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Evening Report – Wed., Aug 10, 2022 – Pullman Downtown Workshop

  • Pullman Council Meeting Includes Downtown Revitalization Workshop
  • 3 Top WSU Police Dept. Officials Retire Early After They Fail to Report Sexual Misconduct by 4th Officer.
  • Fired WSU Football Coach Nick Rolovich Files $25 Million Tort Claim Against WSU Claiming Covid Vaccine Requirement Violated his Religious Rights.
  • West Ada School Board in Southern Idaho Votes to Prohibit Teachers from Displaying Anything Controversial in Classrooms.
  • 16 Idaho Cites Rejected Federal Coronavirus Funds.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Mon., Aug 8, 2022 – Justice Dept. Idaho Trigger Lawsuit

  • Federal Judge B. Lynn Winmill Sets Aug. 22nd Hearing Date on US Justice Dept. Women’s Health Lawsuit Against Idaho’s Trigger Law, 3 Days Before It’s Supposed to Go Into Effect.
  • WSU Slow to Deliver List Needed to Certify Student Academic Employees’ Union.
  • UI McCall Field Campus 2014 Master Plan Projects Downsized.
  • Environmental Groups File Appeal to Deny Idaho & Montana Federal Wildlife Funding Due to the States’ Wolf Killing Laws.
  • Environmental Groups Sue Washington Dept. of Fish & Wildlife Over Wolf Killing Policy.
  • Transportation Board Votes to Sell ITD Headquarters and Grounds.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Wed., Jul 20, 2022 – WSU E-Scooters

  • Pullman City Council May Want to Legalize E-Scooters on Downtown Streets as WSU Contracts with Spin Micromobility for Motorized Scooter Rentals.
  • Slight Drop in Hate Crimes Reported to Police in Idaho in 2021.
  • Abortions in Idaho Down 38% Since 1981 Despite Big Overall Population Increase.
  • Seattle to Put Rank Choice Voting and Approval Voting on City Ballot in November.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Tue., Jul 19, 2022 – Moscow Day Care Licensing

  • Moscow Council Passes on Proposed Day Care Update, Sends Text Back to Staff for Revision.
  • Moscow Human Rights Commission Chair Ken Faunce Says Bias Crime Hotline Seldom Used.
  • 2 Top WSU Police Officials on Leave Amidst Misconduct Investigation.
  • 6 Out of 31 Accused Patriot Front Members Appear in District Court in Coeur d’Alene on Conspiracy to Riot Charges.
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Evening Report – Wed., Jun 15, 2022 – Patriot Front Had Detailed Plan

  • Patriot Front Plan: Create “Confrontational Dynamic” in Downtown Coeur d’Alene and Leave.
  • Palouse River Overflows Its Banks.
  • WSU Will Offer Cybersecurity Degree.
  • more.

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Evening Report – Thu., Jun 9, 2022 – Inslee & Murray’s Snake River Dam Report

  • Gov. Inslee & Sen. Murray Release Dam Breaching Report.
  • Sen. Nelson & Rep. Ruchti ask Gov. Little for State Gas Tax Holiday.
  • WSU Regents Gives President Kirk Schulz $125,000 Raise.
  • Idaho Lawmakers Yet to Reach Agreement on Arguments For & Against Constitutional Amendment Allowing Them to Call Themselves into Special Session.
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Evening Report – Tue., Jun 7, 2022 – Moscow ARPA Funding

  • Moscow Council Approves American Rescue Plan Act Allocations to 4 Businesses and 14 Nonprofits.
  • Nampa School Officials Discuss Process for Banning Books.
  • Stadium Way in Pullman to Close to Cars for 2 Weeks Due to Construction.
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Evening Report – Mon., Jun 6, 2022 – Yellowstone Bison Status

  • US Fish & Wildlife Service Admits Petitions Over Yellowstone Bison Have Credible Information for Informing a Decision on Endangered Species Act Status.
  • Mudslide in Okonogan County Damages Three Homes.
  • Some Washington Nursing Programs Get More State Money.  Others Don’t.
  • Ada County Judge Throws Out Records Lawsuit Against Republican Rep. Priscilla Giddings of White Bird.
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Evening Report – Wed., May 11, 2022 – St. Luke’s Hospital System Sues Ammon Bundy, Associates

  • St. Luke’s Sues Ammon Bundy & his People’s Rights Network For Defamation.
  • WSU Student Employees Vote to Form Union.
  • Nampa School Board Bans 22 Books from School Library “Forever,” Including Handmaid’s Tale.
  • Neighbors Concerned About New Oxford House for Recovering Addicts in Moscow.
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Evening Report – Tue., May 10, 2021 – Doug Wilson’s Letter on Deacon Accusations

  • Christ Church Pastor Doug Wilson Issues Statement on Federal Indictment of Christ Church Deacon Alex Lloyd on Child Porn Charges.
  • Moscow Committee Hears Utility Rate Study Update.
  • Lewiston City Council Votes Against Resolution to Keep 4 Lower Snake River Dams.
  • WSU Regents Increase Tuition by 2.5%.
  • Spring Chinook Salmon Numbers Up.
  • Rockslide at White Bird Grade Slows Traffic to One Lane on US 95.
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