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Evening Report – Thu., Sep 21, 2017 – Health Care Bill: WA & ID

9/22/2017
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Analysis says 850,000 Could Lose Health Care Coverage in Washington & Idaho Under Bill Before US Senate WSU Regents to Vote on Accepting $14.8 Million Offer for Land from Airport Idaho Controllers Office Employee Accused of Sexual & Racial Harassment LoFi Stream: [audio:]

Duration: 00:16:01


Evening Report – Wed., Sep 20, 2017 – Forest Fires

9/20/2017
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John Muir Project Author says Forest Fires this Year were not Particularly Catastrophic Forest Service Lifts Closures & Campfire Restrictions in Some Places, Others Remain in Place Labrador says Now is Time to Reform Immigration Laws Senators from Washington want Congress to Slow Down on Changing Affordable Care Act LoFi Stream:

Duration: 00:15:08


Evening Report – Tue., Aug 29, 2017 – Salmon & Culverts

8/29/2017
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Washington Attorney General’s Office Pushes Back on Culvert Case Impacting Tribes’ Access to Salmon; Files Request for Clarification of Treaty Rights with US Supreme Court WSU Parents’ Petition for Better Window Security has 5000 Signatures after Fall Last Week Leaves Student in Critical Condition Moscow Committee Recommends Approval of 1.77 Million Dollar Master Services Agreement with UI [...]

Duration: 00:23:13


Evening Report – Tue., Aug 8, 2017 – 3rd St. Vehicular Bridge

8/8/2017
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Moscow Council Approves $80 Million Budget, Hears from Citizens for a Livable Community Opposed to Budget Line for 3rd St. Vehicular Bridge over Paradise Creek at Mountain View Rd. Moscow Council Votes for Exception to City Open Container Law for ASUI-Kibbie Dome Parking Lot on UI Vandal Home Football Game Days Paving and Grinding Closes Part of [...]

Duration: 00:28:21


Evening Report – Wed., Aug 2, 2017 – Montana Fires

8/2/2017
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Montana Fires Send Smoke Drifting into Palouse Area Washington Primary Results WSU Study Indicates Chronic Cannabis Users feel Less Stress on Days they Aren’t Stoned Idaho Democrats Won’t Refile Voter Information Suit Against Secretary of State Denny LoFi Stream:

Duration: 00:19:48


Evening Report – Tue., Aug 1, 2017 – Juvenile Lifers

8/1/2017
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4 Idahoans Serving Live Without Parole for Crimes Committed as Juveniles May Have Chance at Freedom due to 2 Recent US Supreme Court Decisions Kootenai County Republicans Express Support for Russia UI Professor Killed by Lightning in Swiss Alps More Construction on Main Street in Pullman LoFi Stream:

Duration: 00:14:41


Evening Report – Tue., Jul 25, 2017 – Tailgating Alcohol

7/25/2017
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Moscow Administrative Committee Recommends Legalizing Open Containers Near University of Idaho Home Football Games City Engineer Kevin Lilly Gives an Update on Planned Highway 8 Bicycle & Pedestrian Underpass at Paradise Creek Craig Mountain Fire Complex Firefighting Winding Down LoFi Stream:

Duration: 00:17:53


Evening Report – Mon., Jul 24, 2017 – Murder Suspects Arrested

7/24/2017
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Palouse Teens Suspected of Murdering Pullman High School Student Arrested Near Canadian Border Moscow Committee Recommends Reinstating Overnight Parking Restrictions Near Recycling Center Wildlife Services will hold Meeting in Lewiston Tuesday Evening on Cyanide Traps Constested Off-Year Washington Senate Race in Seattle Suburbs May Change Balance of Power in Olympia LoFi Stream: [audio:]

Duration: 00:17:07


Evening Report – Fri., Jul 21, 2017 – New St. Andrews Board of Adjustment Remand

7/21/2017
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Moscow Board of Adjustment Approves New St. Andrews College Conditional Use Permit for the CJ’s Building a Second Time headlines LoFi Stream:

Duration: 00:56:49


Evening Report – Thu., Jul 20, 2017 – Search for Homicide Suspects

7/20/2017
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Police Looking for 2 Male Suspects. Body Found in Wooded Area between Deary & Troy Whitman County Elections Office Sends Wrong Ballots to Ward 3 Voters in Pullman City Council Race British Columbia State of Emergency Extended by 2 Weeks as Wildfires Persist LoFi Stream:

Duration: 00:13:25


Evening Report – Wed., Jul 19, 2017 – New St. Andrews Permit

7/19/2017
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Moscow Board of Adjustment Approves Conditional Use Permit for New St. Andrews College to Increase from 200 Full Time Equivalent to 500 Full Time Equivalent Students Downtown Canadian Firm Hydro One Purchases Avista Pullman Council Votes to Put $10.5 Million City Hall and Parks Bond on November Ballot LoFi Stream:

Duration: 00:21:43


Evening Report – Wed., Jul 19, 2017 – Human Rights

7/19/2017
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Moscow Human Rights Commission Outlines Upcoming Activities Idaho Supreme Court Upholds Governor Otter’s Veto of Grocery Tax Repeal Natalie Greenfield Talks about Victim Shaming and Support for her Childhood Abuser from Christ Church Leaders Moscow Council Approves Plat for Moscow Affordable Housing Trust’s Palouse Prairie Subdivision UI Announces Expanded Architecture Program in Boise LoFi Stream:

Duration: 00:34:08


Evening Report – Mon., Jun 17, 2017 – Whitepine Disappearance

7/17/2017
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Whitepine Property Management Company, formerly University City, Disappears; Owner says Money Missing Gritman Medical Center General Board Member Resigns over Handling of Removal of BJ Swanson and No-Bid Contract Controversy With Vermont Action, Idaho is Now 1 of 2 States without Public Officials Ethics and Personal Finance Disclosure Law Idaho Legislative Task Force on Ethics Law Debates whether [...]

Duration: 00:28:01


Evening Report – Fri., Jul 14, 2017 – New St. Andrews Appeals

7/14/2017
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New St. Andrews Expansion Conditional Use Permit Appellant Tina Hilden takes Issue with Process Used by Moscow Board of Adjustment and City Council Largest Rental Company in Moscow Whitepine Property Management Seems to have Disappeared Zinke says Hanford Reach and Craters of the Moon National Monuments off the List of Those that might be Downsized LoFi Stream: [audio:]

Duration: 01:10:04


Evening Report – Thu., Jul 13, 2017 – Oil Train Initiative

7/13/2017
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Spokane Oil & Coal Train Fine Likely to Go on November Ballot WSU Regents Approves 2.2% Undergraduate Tuition Increase Idaho Democrats Sue Secretary of State Lawerence Denny Seeking to Stop Him from Giving Idaho Voter Records to President Trump’s Commission on Election Integrity Idaho Senator Shawn Keough of Sandpoint to Retire Next Year LoFi Stream:

Duration: 00:19:51


Evening Report – Wed., Jul 12, 2017 – Torture Case

7/13/2017
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CIA Torture Contractors formerly based in Spokane want 2014 US Senate Report on Torture Removed from Record in Lawsuit against Them Moscow Superintendent Bailey says Staff Beginning Discussions on New High School New Pot Shop Opens Near Idaho State Line LoFi Stream:

Duration: 00:11:48


Evening Report – Tue., July 11, 2017 – Jerome ICE Contract

7/11/2017
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Jerome Residents Pack Public Meeting Opposing County Jail ICE Contract Pullman Council will Discuss Putting $10.5 Million Bond on the Ballot to Purchase & Refurbish Lawson Gardens Events Center Moscow Budget Could be $80 Million Next Fiscal Year Taking into Account Possible $10 Million Bond Idaho County Commissioner Skip Brandt says County Can’t Afford 3rd Mark Lankford Trial [...]

Duration: 00:19:09


Evening Report – Mon., Jun 10, 2017 – Endangered Species

7/10/2017
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Raul Labrador Looks Forward to Possible Overhaul of Endangered Species Act Next Year Jay Inslee Vetos Manufacturer Tax Break US Senate Passes Procedural Vote on David Nye Nomination for US District Judge Position Fire Temporarily Closes Bruneau Dunes State Park LoFi Stream:

Duration: 00:19:36


Evening Report – Fri., Jul 7, 2017 – Red Flag

7/7/2017
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National Weather Service Issues Red Flag Warning for Parts of Central & Eastern Washington Judge Sentences Former Nez Perce County Deputy Joseph Thomas to 25 to Life Spokane Man Dies of Hantavirus LoFi Stream:

Duration: 01:04:48


Evening Report – Thu., Jul 6, 2017 – Montana Quake

7/6/2017
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5.8 Magnitude Quake Hits Western Montana; Tremor Felt in Moscow Orca Pregnancy Impacted by Low Chinook Salmon Runs Pullman Regional Hospital Will Make Decision on Gender Reassignment Surgery End of Year Inslee Signs Employee Leave Bill LoFi Stream:

Duration: 00:15:05

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