The Western Anabaptist Missionaries have built six houses since January for homeless Malden residents. Listen Read An aerial view of new homes being built in… Continue Reading Malden Recovery Slow But Steady. Residents Get Six New Homes
Read By Ally Pang When Erin Iverson heard about the proposed removal of books from the Walla Walla High School Library, the high school junior… Continue Reading In Walla Walla, Students Push Back Against Proposed Book Bans
Many bills are dying in the final days of the WA legislative session Listen Read This is the final week of Washington’s legislative session. But… Continue Reading Bills Dying In Final Days Of WA Legislative Session
Voting districts around Yakima and the Columbian Basin. Image Credit: WA Redistricting Commission. Listen Read The Washington State Redistricting Commission won’t intervene in a Voting… Continue Reading Washington State Redistricting Commission Chair Resigns
Cybersecurity risks have come to the forefront due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine Listen Read By Anna King and Joshua McNichols What’s happening in… Continue Reading Cybersecurity Concerns – From Ukraine To The Northwest
Russian forces try to take control of Ukraine’s largest nuclear power plant. Photo Credit: AP Listen Read Russian forces now control the largest nuclear power… Continue Reading Why Does Russia Want Ukraine’s Nuclear Power Plants? WSU Expert Weighs In
Gov. Jay Inslee, pictured in this file photo, signed two measures that “fix” issues in the state’s police reform laws Listen Read Washington Governor Jay… Continue Reading Gov. Inslee Signs Police Reform “Fix” Measures
Sam Martinez. Courtesy of Jolayne Houtz/Martinez family Listen Read A Washington state bill to increase transparency, education and intervention for hazing at colleges and universities… Continue Reading Sam’s Law Passes In WA Legislature
Sheriff Raymond denies that he has stopped employees from speaking to their union representatives and plans to fight the arbitration in Franklin County Superior Court.… Continue Reading Franklin County Sheriff In Battle With Teamsters Union
Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians have fled the country after Russia began its invasion / Credit: AP Listen Read A Spokane doctor will soon head… Continue Reading Spokane Doctor Heads to Ukrainian Border To Help Refugees
Mike Kreidler, Washington’s longtime insurance commissioner, is facing allegations that he verbally mistreats staff. Current and former employees say it’s part of a pattern that’s gotten worse in recent months and is contributing to high turnover in the office. Kreidler says he has high standards for his staff, but said he will work to be more careful in how he deals with people. Continue Reading Washington’s Longtime Insurance Commissioner Accused Of Mistreating Staff
Kaylee Hunt in front of the Kamiah City Hall Listen Read KAMIAH, ID – As lockers slam and students move through the hallway, I make… Continue Reading High School Student in Kamiah Sits On City Council
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