Pickleball, invented in 1965 in Washington State, is now the state’s official sport / Tom Banse – Northwest News Network Listen Tom Banse reports on… Continue Reading Pickleball Now The Official Sport Of Washington State
Concerns about redistricting in the Yakima Valley may be overshadowed by concerns over low voter turnout amongst Latinos Listen NWPB’s Johanna Bejarano reports on concerns… Continue Reading Concerns About Low Voter Turnout Amongst Latinos in Washington State
Studies of COVID in wastewater can help predict outbreaks Listen Rachel Sun reports on how scientists at the University of Idaho are tracking COVID through… Continue Reading Tracking COVID Through Wastewater in Idaho
A proposal before the Ben Franklin Transit Board could cut millions from the public transportation budget Listen NWPB’s Dori Luzzo Gilmour reports on reaction to… Continue Reading Union Members Speak Out About Proposed Cuts to Ben Franklin Transit
Paula Clements, a technician with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, sets a tomahawk trap to catch pygmy rabbits. The researchers hope to vaccinate… Continue Reading The Race To Save Endangered Pygmy Rabbits In Washington
A strike by tulip workers in Washington State has been suspended pending new negotiations Listen NWPB’s Johanna Bejarano reports on new negotiations that led to the… Continue Reading Tulip Workers In Washington State Suspend Strike
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson takes capital gains tax appeal straight to the state Supreme Court OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL Listen Olympia Correspondent Austin… Continue Reading AG Appeals Capital Gains Tax Ruling To WA Supreme Court
James Mattis / Photo by Lauren Paterson Listen NWPB’s Lauren Paterson reports on James Mattis’ visit to WSU this week / Runtime – 1:08 WEB… Continue Reading Former Defense Secretary James Mattis speaks at WSU
Packer’s Meadow at Lolo Pass / Photo by Samantha Berglund Read The camas plant can be found across much of the western U.S. It’s known… Continue Reading New documentary showcases cultural ties of camas root to Nez Perce people
Starting April 1st, drones used for commercial purposes in Washington State must be registered in the state CREDIT: EARTHFIX Listen NWPB’s Geoff Roth reports on an… Continue Reading Drones Flown For Commercial Purposes Face New Registration Requirement In Washington State
A strike by tulip workers in Washington enters its third day Read Skagit County tulip farmworkers entered a third day of a strike in Mount… Continue Reading WA Tulip Worker Strike Enters Third Day
Concerns are being raised about the number of ballots from Latino voters being rejected during elections in Washington State / CREDIT: Dorothy Edwards/Crosscut Listen NWPB’s… Continue Reading LULAC Reacts to Latino Ballot Rejections
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