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Moscow, ID




Evening Report – Tue., Sep 13, 2016 – Leonard Peltier

Leonard Peltier Speaks to Pipeline Resistance Camp from Prison Lincoln County Puts Labor Negotiations with County Employees in the Open Moscow Committee Rejects Liquor License for the Perch Moscow Moves Towards Establishing Stormwater Utility LoFi Stream:


Evening Report – Thu., Feb 25, 2016 – Abortion Rules

Rule Requiring Giving Women Seeking an Abortion Info About Free Ultrasounds at Anti-Abortion Clinics Advances to Idaho House Otter Announces New Medical School in Meridian James Henrikson Found Guilty of Two Oil Field-Related Killings New RV Spaces and Campsites at Latah County Parks Death Penalty before Washington Supreme Court LoFi Stream:


Evening Report – Thu., Dec 24, 2015 – Yellowstone Bison

Montana Gov. Bullock Orders Wildlife Officials to Allow up to 600 Bison to Roam Outside of Yellowstone Oso Landslide Not Isolated Geological Event Idaho Liquor Division Director Calls on Lawmakers to Consider Banning Powdered Alcohol Pullman Public Works Director Kevin Gardes Talks about Bypass Roads LoFi Stream:


Evening Report – Tue., Dec 15, 2015 – Tax Working Group

No Immediate Tax Reform Recommendations From Idaho Legislative Tax Working Group Spokane County Loses $8 Million Dollar Judgement for Not Responding to Jail Neglect Lawsuit Trial of Pullman Resident for Murdering his Father Begins in Colfax LoFi Stream:


Evening Report – Mon., Dec 14, 2015 – Moscow City Facilities

City Committee Discusses Moscow Facilities Poll Shows Most Idahoans Feel State Income Tax Rates are Fine Idaho Appeals Ruling Throwing out State Ag-Gag Law US District Judge Selection Process now Looking at G. Richard Bevan LoFi Stream:


Evening Report – Mon., Nov 30, 2015 – Lochsa Meeting Security

Federal Government Asked for Increased Security at Lochsa Land Exchange Meeting Washington Drought Designations Change Secrecy in Spokane City Government Scrutinized BLM Sage Grouse Habitat Management Comment Period Extended Idaho League of Women Voters to Propose Initiative to Change Sales Tax Structure LoFi Stream:


Evening Report – Tue., Nov 17, 2015 – Well Bids Rejected

Moscow Council Rejects All Bids for Drilling Well #10 Moscow Council Updates Floodplain Ordinance Pullman Officials to Consider Cap on Cannabis Businesses Inslee Says Washington Will Welcome Refugees High Wind Warning in Effect until Midnight LoFi Stream:


Evening Report – Mon., Nov 16, 2015 – Otter Opposes Refugees

Gov. Otter Calls for Halting US Refugee Settlement Program High Wind Warning for Tuesday Idaho School Boards Association Votes Down Lewiston School Board Resolution Calling for Local Option Taxes for School Districts Another WSU Student Injured in Alcohol-Related Fall Possible Recovery Center for Lewiston Spokane Police Union Head on Paid Administrative Leave While Under Investigation for Possible Police-on-Police Sexual Assault [...]


Evening Report – Fri., Nov 13, 2015 – Snake Dams Shipping Economics

Report on lower Snake River Dams Shipping Costs Shows it Costs More to Maintain Shipping Channels than Revenue from Shipping LoFi Stream:


Evening Report – Nov. 12, 2015 – FBI Investigates Yantis Killing

FBI will Investigate Yantis Killing Container Shipping Returns to Port of Lewiston Hatchery Salmon Runs Up LoFi Stream:


Evening Report – Wed., Nov 11, 2015 – John Wayne Trail

Supporters and Opponents of John Wayne Trail Discuss Future of Eastern Part of Trail at Meeting in Rosalia Trails & Paths also Discussed at Pullman City Council Meeting Pullman Council Passes Moratorium on New Pot Businesses LoFi Stream: [audio:]


Evening Report – Tue., Nov 10, 2015 – Single Stream Delayed

Moscow Single Stream Curbside Recycling Won’t Start Until Around New Year Family Members Say Adams Co. Sheriff’s Deputies Committed Senseless Murder of Council Area Rancher Jack Yantis Update on Moscow Re-Branding Pullman Council to Vote on 6 Month Moratorium on New Cannabis Businesses Oregon Wolves Taken Off State Endangered Species List LoFi Stream:


Evening Report – Mon., Nov 9, 2015 – Collaborative Process Money

Friends of the Clearwater Activist of the Year Keith Hammer Criticizes Forest Service Collaborative Process Nimiipuu Protecting the Environment Gets FOC Group of the Year Award Nez Perce Language Nimiipuutimpt Gets Audio Cell Phone Ap UI Enrollment Down for 3rd Year in Row Center for Public Integrity Rates Idaho Near Bottom for Government Transparency & Integrity, and Washington also [...]


Evening Report – Fri., Nov 6, 2015 – Idaho K-12 Funding

Moscow Superintendent Greg Bailey, Potlatch Superintendent Jeff Circa and local teacher Ingrid Spence speak about State Funding for School Districts LoFi Stream:


Evening Report – Wed., Nov 4, 2015 – Election Results

Boland, Bonzo & Carscallen Win Moscow City Council Seats Macoll & Parks Win Council Seats in Pullman Retail Pot Controversy Impacts Clarkston Races Moscow School Superintendent Greg Bailey Speaks of Ways to Get the Legislature to Increase School Funding NOAA Releases Chinook Salmon Report LoFi Stream:


Evening Report – Tue., Nov 3, 2015 – Pullman Pot Moratorium

Pullman Council to Vote on Moratorium on New Cannabis Stores Nov. 10th Latah County Commissioners Move Forward with Planned Purchase of South Almon Street Property Moscow Council Hears End-of-Season Hamilton-Lowe Aquatic Center Report Elections Today LoFi Stream:


Evening Report – Mon., Nov 2, 2015 – Deputies Kill Idaho Rancher

Adams County Deputies Kill Rancher Near Council in “Exchange of Gunfire” Moscow City Council Candidate Campaign Contribution Reports Chipotle Closes All Washington and Oregon Restaurants due to E Coli Outbreak Idaho Gets 986 Area Code LoFi Stream:


Evening Report – Fri., Oct 30, 2015 – Pullman Candidates Pt. 2

Pullman At-Large City Council Candidates Eileen Macoll and Tony Poston Pt. 2 WSU Board of Regents Bans Tobacco & Nicotine from Pullman Campus Idaho Economists Say Lowering Income Tax Will Not Help Economy LoFi Stream:


Evening Report – Thu., Oct 29, 2015 – Pullman Candidates

At-Large Pullman City Council Candidates Tell Views on Water and Development Moscow City Council Candidates Answer Questions about Religious Influence and Water City Injunction Forces Clarkston Pot Shops to Close Again Washington Natural Gas Rates to Go Down Sunday LoFi Stream:


KRFP Evening Report – Wed., Oct 28, 2015 – Pullman Recycling

Pullman Leaders Give ASWSU Senate Updates on Recycling, Policing WSU President Bernardo Gives State of the University Address Moscow Moose Lodge Burglarized for Second Time in a Month More From Monday’s Moscow City Council Candidates’ Forum LoFi Stream: