Pasco City Council Member Irvin Brown Sr. during a city council special meeting. Credit: City of Pasco YouTube Channel LISTEN (Runtime: 1:38) READ Redistricting in Pasco has raised allegations of… Continue Reading Pasco council member offended by comments against his appointment
For over 30 years, Native American Heritage Month has been federally-recognized. Northwest Public Broadcasting reporters are interviewing Indigenous people from throughout the region to learn what they think about the month and what they want people to understand about their culture and who they are. Lauren Gallup spoke with Rachel Heaton, co-founder of Mazaska Talks, an indigenous-led organization that offers tools to help others divest from fossil fuels. Continue Reading Native American Heritage Month — In their own words: Rachel Heaton
Dr. Preetha Rosen sits at the edge of the bed inside one of two sleep suites at Gritman Medical Center in Moscow, Idaho. Credit: Zach Wilkinson/the Lewiston Tribune Listen (Runtime… Continue Reading Sleep specialist advises on getting better sleep, staving off SAD
‘There is a threat out there,’ says Moscow Police Chief after first press conference since quadruple homicide
Flowers and candles have been set out at the Mad Greek restaurant in Moscow, Idaho, where Madison Mogen and Xana Kernodle, two of University of Idaho students killed Sunday, were… Continue Reading ‘There is a threat out there,’ says Moscow Police Chief after first press conference since quadruple homicide
Police Chief James Fry speaks at a press conference Wednesday evening in Moscow, Idaho. Credit: Rachel Sun Listen (Runtime 1:00) Read Police currently have no suspect for a quadruple homicide… Continue Reading Police have no suspect for quadruple homicide, tell community to ‘remain vigilant’
Geese congregate along the shore of Lake Coeur d’Alene, Nov. 5, 2022. Credit: Lauren Paterson / NWPB Listen For over 30 years, Native American Heritage Month has been federally-recognized. Northwest… Continue Reading Coeur d’Alene Tribe pushing for greater protection of sacred lake
Grizzly bear in Yellowstone National Park. Credit: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service LISTEN (Runtime: 1:11) READ Federal officials are taking another look at bringing grizzly bears into the North Cascades.… Continue Reading North Cascades grizzly bear translocation study begins with virtual public meetings
El líder de los trabajadores agrícolas Edgar Franks durante la COP27. Crédito: Familias Unidas por la Justicia. Lea Los trabajadores agrícolas están presionando por la justicia climática en Washington y… Continue Reading Defensor de trabajadores agrícolas de Washington presiona por la justicia climática en la COP27
From left: Lindsay Chiono, with the tribe’s Department of Natural Resources; Iosefa Taula, a wildlife technician with the tribe; and Andrew Wildbill, the Wildlife Program manager for the tribe. The… Continue Reading Native American Heritage Month – In their own words: Andrew Wildbill
StoryCorps Northwest – Ric Carlson, Andy Kovach & Alex Kovach: Brent Blake and the great Soap Lake lava lamp
From left to right, Alex Kovach, Ric Carlson, and Andy Kovach at their StoryCorps Northwest Recording. Listen (Runtime 4:40) Read How do you bring money into a small town? Tourists… Continue Reading StoryCorps Northwest – Ric Carlson, Andy Kovach & Alex Kovach: Brent Blake and the great Soap Lake lava lamp
Police in Moscow, Idaho, believe a knife or other edged weapon was used to kill four University of Idaho students this past weekend, providing an update about a homicide case… Continue Reading Four UI students died from an edged weapon, police say
Farmworker leader Edgar Franks during at COP27. Credit: Familias Unidas por la Justicia Listen (Runtime 1:09) Read Agricultural workers are pushing for climate justice in Washington and are now taking… Continue Reading Washington farmworker advocate pushes for climate justice at COP27
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