A controversial tax on Washington State fuel shipped to other states was shot down by lawmakers CREDIT: Mark Lennihan/AP Listen Read A proposed tax on… Continue Reading Out-Of-State Fuel Tax Runs Out Of Gas in WA Legislature
In happier times – Theda Killgore with her great-granddaughter Chelsea Listen Read During the pandemic, many people who lost loved ones had limited access to… Continue Reading Grieving During The Pandemic – Part Two
The Native American House is one of 4 Culture & Heritage Houses being sold by WSU / Photo by Jayce Carral Read By Jayce Carral… Continue Reading Sale Of WSU Heritage Houses Causing Controversy
Gov. Jay Inslee on May 4, 2021, signed into law a new capital gains tax. Listen Read Washington’s attorney general says he will appeal after… Continue Reading Judge Throws Out Washington’s New Capital Gains Tax
Benton County Prosecutor Andy Miller announces he will not run for re-election. Listen Read Benton County Prosecutor Andy Miller announced his retirement today in a… Continue Reading Longest Serving County Prosecutor in WA retiring
Reports of an active shooter in a building at the Hanford Site caused an evacuation The “all-clear” has been given at the Hanford Site after… Continue Reading All-Clear Given at Hanford Site After Report Of Active Shooter
Wet weather and varying temperatures had impacts on Washington farming in February Listen Read By Brandon Hollingsworth For Washington’s agricultural interests, February was marked by… Continue Reading Weather impacts WA agriculture in February
Nan Orton sits at her kitchen table with photos of her parents. Photo by Austin Johnson/Lewiston Tribune Listen Read During the pandemic, many people who… Continue Reading Grieving During The Pandemic – Part One
Washington State’s mask mandate will end early CREDIT: Noam Galai/Getty Images Read With COVID cases and hospitalizations dropping fast, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee announced Monday… Continue Reading Washington State Mask Mandate To Be Lifted Early
Aaron Quaempts wears a knotted white scarf with colorful flowers draped around his neck. Listen Read Across Indian country people are wearing brightly colored scarves… Continue Reading “Kokum” Scarf Takes Off Across Indian Country In Solidarity With People Of Ukraine
The Sixteen year State Transportation package has passed through the Senate Transportation Committee and held a public hearing recently. An Eastern Washington Commissioner is raising alarming concerns regarding the bill. Are Gas powered vehicles going to be allowed? Continue Reading State Transportation Package and Eastern WA
Northwest officials are preparing in case a radiological event should occur anywhere in the world. Their task would be to detect it, understand what it is and where it came from and tell the public how to respond. Continue Reading WA, OR Preparing For Worst Case Nuclear Disaster In Ukraine
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