Starting April 1st, drones used for commercial purposes in Washington State must be registered in the state CREDIT: EARTHFIX Listen NWPB’s Geoff Roth reports on an… Continue Reading Drones Flown For Commercial Purposes Face New Registration Requirement In Washington State
A strike by tulip workers in Washington enters its third day Read Skagit County tulip farmworkers entered a third day of a strike in Mount… Continue Reading WA Tulip Worker Strike Enters Third Day
Concerns are being raised about the number of ballots from Latino voters being rejected during elections in Washington State / CREDIT: Dorothy Edwards/Crosscut Listen NWPB’s… Continue Reading LULAC Reacts to Latino Ballot Rejections
A proposal before the Ben Franklin Transit Board could cut millions from the public transportation budget Listen NWPB’s Dori Luzzo Gilmour reports on a proposal to… Continue Reading Proposed Plan Could Cut Millions From Tri-Cities Public Transportation
A fundraiser is planned to raise needed money for modernization at Pullman Regional Hospital Listen Rachel Sun reports on efforts to raise money to modernize… Continue Reading Fundraising To Modernize Pullman Regional Hospital
A HUD pilot program looks at ways of improving aid to help for homelessness in minority communities Listen NWPB’s Lauren Gallup looks at a pilot… Continue Reading Pilot Program Looks At Equity In Helping The Homeless
Concerns are being raised about the number of ballots from Latino voters being rejected during elections in Washington State / CREDIT: Dorothy Edwards/Crosscut Listen NWPB’s… Continue Reading Concerns Over Latino Ballots Being Rejected In Washington State Elections
Gov. Inslee signs new gun laws, including one that limits high capacity gun magazines Listen: Austin Jenkins reports on reaction to Gov. Inslee signing three… Continue Reading WA Gov. Inslee Signs Gun Bills Into Law
A surge of new residents has caused housing challenges for Kootenai County / Photo by Geoffrey Roth. Listen In the second of a two-part series… Continue Reading Multiple Agencies Working To Solve Coeur d’Alene Housing Crisis
The Washington Department of Natural Resources manages 3 million acres of forest land / Photo by Olena Sergienko, Unsplash Listen In the 2nd of her… Continue Reading The Fight For Legacy Forests: Part Two – Why & How DNR Manages Forest Land
A Idaho bill would provide incentives to attract and retain teachers in rural schools (AP Photo/Craig Lassig) Listen NWPB’s Lauren Paterson reports on a bill… Continue Reading Bill To Support Rural Idaho Teachers Goes To Governor’s Desk
State Rep. Brad Klippert says he will reveal evidence of voter fraud in April Listen NWPB’s Dori Luzzo Gilmour talks to State Rep. Brad Klippert… Continue Reading Washington State Rep. Running For Congress Pushes Voter Fraud Accusations
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