Convertirse en ciudadano estadounidense es una de las metas de muchos inmigrantes. A veces, hacerlo sin ayuda puede ser motivo de preocupación; pero, en Yakima, una clínica legal de ciudadanía ayuda a las personas a despejar sus dudas y los acompaña en la solicitud de naturalización de principio a fin. Continue Reading En Yakima, clínica legal le ayuda con su solicitud de ciudadanía
It’s been over 70 years since the end of the Korean War. Although it’s known as the “Forgotten War,” the people who were in it aren’t all gone. One of them is 90-year-old Richard Larsen of Clarkston. NWPB’s Rachel Sun spoke with Larsen about his time in Korea. Continue Reading 70 years later, Korean War vet reflects on enlistment
Cosmic Crisp apples on the Mother Tree near Wenatchee Washington. (Credit: Bob Hubner / Washington State University) Listen (Runtime 1:06) Read Known for its crunch and sweet taste, the Cosmic… Continue Reading Cosmic Crisp boasts big sales for Washington, with new apple varieties on the way
Holstein dairy cattle loaf in their pens at Threemile Canyon Farms. New regulations adopted by Oregon seek to tighten cattle watering regulations. (Photo: Courtesy of Friends of Family Farmers.) Read… Continue Reading Oregon’s new SB 85 will further regulate water use on big livestock operations
Cody Easterday walks with family members from the Federal Courthouse on South Third Street after being sentenced to 11 years, on Tuesday, October 4, 2022, in Yakima. KUOW Photo/Megan Farmer… Continue Reading Ranchers Cody and Debby Easterday owe the IRS more than $12.5 million in taxes
A group of Idaho legislators sent a letter to hospitals, requesting data on induced abortion. The request was based on what they say is a discrepancy between reported abortions, and testimony from the Idaho Medical Association. Continue Reading UPDATED: Idaho Freedom Caucus asked hospitals for abortion records
Wildfires are always dangerous – but imagine not understanding the warnings. That’s a real challenge for communities with language barriers, and Washington emergency agencies say there is still a long way to go despite efforts to break those barriers. Continue Reading Connecting with non-English speakers is still a challenge during emergencies
‘I survived so that I could change the cycle’ – Clarkston woman tells her story one year into addiction recovery
A year into recovery from opioid addiction, one Lewiston woman says compassion from strangers — and learning to accept help — allowed her to turn a corner over decade after she started using Continue Reading ‘I survived so that I could change the cycle’ – Clarkston woman tells her story one year into addiction recovery
In South Tacoma, there is about 150 acres of land sitting vacant where dry grasses and trees cover an area that, in part, once served as a rail-yard for Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway.
Continue Reading Mega-warehouse legal battle continues over traffic, water quality
Director Dan Merchant signals to actors on set during a “Going Home” scene filmed in Rosalia, Washington. (Credit: D.S. Schaefer / Outlier Imaging) Listen (Runtime 1:02) Read While the writer’s… Continue Reading As the money grows, Washington’s film and TV industry is taking root
n incendio forestal en el condado de Okanogan, cerca de Oroville, en el noreste de Washington, está activo y cubre una amplia zona a través de la frontera entre EE.UU. y Canadá. Los niveles de evacuación se redujeron al nivel 2 en el condado de Okanogan. Continue Reading Equipos luchan contra el incendio de Eagle Bluff en el condado de Okanogan
A wildfire in Okanogan County, near Oroville, in Northeast Washington is active and covers a large area across the U.S/Canadian border. Evacuation levels were reduced to level 2 in Okanogan County. Continue Reading Teams battle Eagle Bluff Fire in Okanogan County
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