The WA Legislature adjourns its 60 day session Listen: Capitol Correspondent Austin Jenkins wraps up the legislative session / Runtime: 4 minutes Austin Jenkins/NW News… Continue Reading Washington Lawmakers Adjourn 60-Day Session After Passing Budget & Transportation Package
Read The Washington Legislature approved a one-point-five billion dollar capital budget this week. It will help fund several affordable housing, medical clinics and school modernization… Continue Reading Capital Budget Includes Millions For Eastern Washington Affordable Projects, Schools
Brandi Morin, of the Cree Nation, says she is wearing a scarf in support of Ukraine / Photo Courtesy of Brandi Morin Read Listen: Anna… Continue Reading Native Americans Wearing Traditional Ukrainian Scarves In Support of Ukraine
Read Daylight saving time starts early Sunday morning, so remember to set your clocks ahead by an hour this weekend. That’s despite the fact that… Continue Reading Daylight Saving Time Starts Sunday – Industries Mixed On Ditching The Switch
Idaho’s Legislature is considering giving local governments more control over issuing liquor licenses Read Listen: Doug Nadvornick reports on a proposal to give more local… Continue Reading Idaho Considers Revamping Its Liquor Licensing Process
Washington’s Democratic-majority legislature approves 2-year budget plan with new spending and less tax cuts Read Listen: Olympia Correspondent Austin Jenkins reports on the budget deal.… Continue Reading Democrats In Olympia Strike Deal On Updated Spending Plan
Washington’s Democratic-majority legislature passes major transportation funding bill Listen Read Democrats who control the Washington Legislature have sealed a deal to raise and spend nearly… Continue Reading Democrats In WA Legislature Seal Deal For Big New Transportation Package
Washington lawmakers get serious about spending money to retrofit old school buildings for earthquake safety CREDIT: ShakeAlert Listen Read An effort to jump-start the pace… Continue Reading Washington Legislature Gets Serious On School Earthquake Retrofits
A new scorecard ranks manufacturers of cell phones and laptops foe ease of repair and durability Read Is that cell phone or laptop you own… Continue Reading The Best and Worst Electronics For Self Repair
Read On Thursday March 10th, public radio stations around the world, including NWPB, will air Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 “Choral” in support of Ukraine’s public… Continue Reading A Musical Show Of Support For Ukraine Around The World
According to a new report, new forms of energy technology could replace 4 Snake River dams. CREDIT: Bonneville Power Administration Listen Read A new report… Continue Reading Study Says Plans Needed To Replace Snake River Dams Power Generation
Benton County Sheriff Tom Croskrey (left) and Justice Department contractor Rudy Almeida (right) Listen Read Ukrainian law enforcement officers are being called into active duty… Continue Reading Local Law Enforcement Aims To Help Ukrainian Police Officers
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