Four University of Idaho students killed with bladed weapon, no suspects in custody
Four University of Idaho students were killed Sunday, November 13. There are no suspects in custody. (Credit: Lauren Paterson) Listen (Runtime 1:00) Read Investigators say a weapon with an edge,… Continue Reading Four University of Idaho students killed with bladed weapon, no suspects in custody
Work begins on landscape scarred by Bolt Creek fire to prevent landslide, erosion
United States Forest Service Crews will begin Burned Area Emergency Response work on the land scarred by the Bolt Creek fire in King County on Thursday. Continue Reading Work begins on landscape scarred by Bolt Creek fire to prevent landslide, erosion
Four University of Idaho Students Are Victims, No Suspect In Custody
Officials say all four University of Idaho students who were found dead inside a home near campus on Sunday are considered victims in the case, but police have yet to release the cause of death or other details about the investigation. Continue Reading Four University of Idaho Students Are Victims, No Suspect In Custody
Benton County purchases, leases buildings for new recovery center
Kennewick General Hospital Credit: Washington State Department of Ecology, Flickr Creative Commons Listen (Runtime 1:08) Read Benton County is closer to opening a Behavioral Health Recovery Center after purchasing the… Continue Reading Benton County purchases, leases buildings for new recovery center
Latinos continue to seek representation in Yakima
Washington Sen. Rebecca Saldaña, D-Seattle, at a press conference in Yakima after Election Day. Credit: Audel Ramirez Listen (Runtime 1:05) Read A majority Latino population, redistricting and a renewed election… Continue Reading Latinos continue to seek representation in Yakima
Latinos siguen buscando representación en el condado de Yakima
La senadora de Washington Rebecca Saldaña, demócrata de Seattle, en una rueda de prensa en Yakima tras la jornada electoral. Crédito: Audel Ramirez. Lea Una población mayoritariamente hispana, la redistribución… Continue Reading Latinos siguen buscando representación en el condado de Yakima
McMorris Rodgers hopes to help reset energy policy, if she heads House energy committee
Cathy McMorris Rodgers gives her victory speech after claiming an eighth term as a US Representative for Washington’s 5th District. Credit Emily Schwing/N3 LISTEN (Runtime: 1:05) READ If U.S. Rep.… Continue Reading McMorris Rodgers hopes to help reset energy policy, if she heads House energy committee
Hospice workers honor veterans
Social workers Bethany Enter (left) and April Thompson pose for a photo with a quilt of valor draped around their shoulders on Thursday. The two run the We Honor Veterans… Continue Reading Hospice workers honor veterans
WSU student workers unionize
WSU student workers and union organizers gather for a rally on the Pullman campus on September 14, 2022. Credit: Lauren Paterson / NWPB Listen As the wave of unionization across… Continue Reading WSU student workers unionize
Providers explain what to expect when calling 988
Courtesy SAMHSA Listen (Runtime 1:59) Read Since July of this year, people experiencing a mental health crisis have been urged to call 988. When they reach it, an automated message… Continue Reading Providers explain what to expect when calling 988
Does your soil have lead, arsenic contamination? Washington officials will help test soil.
Jennifer Garcia with her daughter, Hannah, 2. Garcia found out the soil in her yard tested high for arsenic. It’s left over from pesticides sprayed before the 1950s on this… Continue Reading Does your soil have lead, arsenic contamination? Washington officials will help test soil.
Nuevo ciudadano y votante por primera vez el mismo día
Gabriel Gómez recibe su boleta de votación. Crédito: La Casa Hogar. ESCUCHE (Runtime 1:34) LEA Convertirse en ciudadano y votar por primera vez el mismo día no es habitual. Pero… Continue Reading Nuevo ciudadano y votante por primera vez el mismo día
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