Two Washington State prisons are dealing with COVID outbreaks CREDIT: Washington DOC Listen Anna King reports on two Washington State prisons dealing with COVID outbreaks/Runtime – 43 seconds Read Two Washington prisons east of the Cascades have COVID-19 outbreaks. Many prisoners are being kept mostly in their cells to reduce transmission of COVID. Almost Read More
A contentious hearing was held on the bankruptcy case of the Easterday empire. Photo: Anna King Listen Northwest News Network’s Anna King reports on the latest bankruptcy hearing involving the Easterday family empire. / Runtime – 47 seconds Read There was a combative hearing Wednesday in the bankruptcy case of the Easterday family empire. The… Read More
File picture of a Ukranian tank brigade Listen Read Armed only with Facebook Messenger, and WhatsApp, Ukrainians living in the Northwest watch  in horror as the Russian invasion of their homeland rages. Pasha Rudenko is a PH.D. scientist who lives in Pullman. His company makes nano-materials. He’s been watching what’s happening across the world very… Read More
A boom in American consumers’ online shopping during the pandemic has prompted a boost in imports from Asia. But that left U.S. agriculture products without a ride back. Many ships aren’t waiting to be loaded with agricultural goods at West Coast ports before heading back across the ocean with empty containers. Plus, the Trump administration’s trade war hit apples hard. Read More
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