Madeline Franz, reserve firefighter and EMT for the Pullman Fire Department, holds up cold packs used to treat heat illness. Photo by Rachel Sun Listen… Continue Reading Stay Safe as Temperatures Climb: A Guide to Avoid Heat Illness
Photo courtesy of Pixabay Listen (Runtime 0:47) Read In the past month, the Northwest has seen a rise in COVID-19 cases — but just how… Continue Reading Experts Advise On Best Practices As At-Home Tests Go Unreported
A field growing marijuana, image from Pixabay. Listen (Runtime 1:35) Read More people are using cannabis than ever for recreation and medicinal purposes. Among those… Continue Reading More Seniors Using Cannabis in States That Legalized
A case brought against the Washington State Department of Natural Resources has been decided in the department’s favor. Continue Reading WA State Supreme Court Rules DNR Has Discretion Over Management Of State Lands
State superintendent Chris Reykdal announced his plan yesterday to change how school construction across the state is funded. Continue Reading State Superintendent Releases New Plan To Fund School Construction
Mal-information post Listen (Runtime 2:35) Read State Representative Brad Klippert has been using his Congressional Campaign social media account to encourage people to monitor drop-boxes… Continue Reading WA Elected Official Shares Malinformation About Voting
Jordan Chaney Listen (Runtime 1:59) Read Eastern Washington’s ‘unofficial’ Poet Laureate, Jordan Chaney, is leaving the state to explore new endeavors. A farewell show with… Continue Reading Eastern Washington’s ‘Poet Laureate’ Hands Off Legacy
Listen Orofino resident Linda Crawford said more deer and elk have returned to her property this summer since the wandering cows were removed in the… Continue Reading Idaho Rancher Fined $1200 For Abuse Of 98 Cattle
Ben Franklin Transit Listen (Runtime 1:33) Read After 15 months of discussion the Ben Franklin Transit Board has voted to kill the talks of cutting… Continue Reading Ben Franklin Transit Board Ends Tax Cut Talk For Good
Rising home prices and inflation are making it difficult for people to find – or keep – a home. Listen Lauren Paterson reports one Washington… Continue Reading WA Senator Says Legislature Needs To ‘Focus On Housing’
For nearly six decades, Republicans held Washington’s top election post — Secretary of State. That streak ended last November when Kim Wyman resigned to take an election security post with the Biden administration, and Gov. Jay Inslee appointed Democratic state Sen. Steve Hobbs to the post. Continue Reading Washington Primary Will Winnow Large Field For Secretary Of State
Nearly 2,000 of the world’s best runners, jumpers and throwers from 192 countries have arrived in Oregon for the 2022 World Outdoor Track and Field Championships, which start Friday and go through July 24. The big event, Oregon 22, is happening on U.S. soil for the first time and in a smaller host city than ever before, Eugene. More than 30 athletes who are from the Pacific Northwest or who were collegiate standouts here secured berths in these World Champs. Continue Reading 7 Northwest Athletes To Watch At Upcoming World Track & Field Championships In Eugene
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