Former Washington state Rep. Matt Shea’s presence in Poland is raising questions Listen Northwest News Network’s Brandon Hollingsworth reports on concerns being raised over Matt… Continue Reading Former Washington Rep. Shea’s Presence In Poland Raises Questions
Housing prices in Coeur d’Alene and other parts of Kootenai County are soaring Read Listen: NWPB’s Lauren Paterson looks at the housing crisis in Kootenai… Continue Reading Study Says 75% Of Coeur d’Alene Residents Can’t Afford To Buy A Home
A popular Tacoma crafts store is hit by post-pandemic and economic factors Listen NWPB’s Lauren Gallup reports on a popular Tacoma store hit by online… Continue Reading Online Shopping And Post-Pandemic Return To Work Sink Popular Tacoma Crafts Store
A battle is raging over how the DNR is managing and selling logging rights to state forest lands Listen NWPB reporter Lauren Gallup introduces us… Continue Reading The Fight For Legacy Forests – Part One: Defining What Should Be Preserved
U.S. Senate votes to make Daylight Saving Time permanent. CREDIT: HENRIQUE SIMPLICIO / FLICKR/FLIC.KR/P/F1JXBL Listen Tom Banse reports on efforts to make Daylight Saving Time… Continue Reading U.S. Senate Votes To Make Daylight Saving Time Permanent
MisinfoDay is dedicated to teaching about misinformation and how to combat it Tuesday, March 15 is Misinfo Day, an annual event sponsored by the University… Continue Reading MisinfoDay: How To Identify And Battle Misinformation
Researchers at PNNL tag young chinook salmon with tags slightly larger than a grain of rice Listen: Northwest News Network’s Courtney Flatt reports on data… Continue Reading Newly Released Data Could Help Fish At Dams Around The World
New research says 1 in 6 couples have different COVID vaccination Listen: Doug Nadvornick reports on a new study about COVID vaccinations amongst couples /… Continue Reading WSU Researcher: One In Six Couples Have Different COVID vaccination
A new weather satellite will help with weather forecasting in the PNW / Image: NWS Listen: Brandon Hollingsworth reports on a new weather satellite that… Continue Reading New Weather Satellite Will Aid Western Forecasters
A Ukrainian refugee center in Przemysl, Poland Listen: Dori Luzzo Gilmour reports on the former mayor of Pasco who has been helping Ukrainian refugees in… Continue Reading Former Pasco Mayor Was On The Front Lines Of The Ukrainian Refugee Crisis
The debate is on over a 2022 black bear hunting season Listen: Reporter Courtney Flatt reports on debate over a 2022 black bear hunting season… Continue Reading Black Bears Are The Target Of Debate Again In Washington State
A receptionist at Planned Parenthood Spokane talks to a coworker Listen: Reporter Rachel Sun on the impact of planned restrictive abortion laws in Idaho /… Continue Reading Impacts of Texas-like Abortion Law In Idaho
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