The FDA has approved a 2nd COVID booster shot for people 50 and older CREDIT: Grant Hindsley/AFP via Getty Images Listen NWPB’s Rachel Sun talks… Continue Reading Experts Weigh In On 2nd Booster For 50+
Women attend the closing ceremony of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls CREDIT: Chris Wattie/Reuters Read For the first time,… Continue Reading WA State Will Soon Have An Alert System For Murdered And Missing Indigenous People
Pierce County is seeking to improve their coordinated entry system for housing assistance. One method they’re trying is through funding for so-called cultural hubs.
Continue Reading Pierce County Seeks To Create Cultural Hubs To Improve Coordinated Entry System
Listen A new Washington State University study will examine if breast milk with cannabinoids can affect child development / Runtime – 0:50 Read The political… Continue Reading Feed the weed: WSU examines relationship between cannabis and breast milk
The Cougar Food Pantry at WSU is trying to help end food insecurity for students Read By Saydee Phothivongsa / Murrow News Service On the first… Continue Reading Trying To End The Stigma Of Student Food Pantries
A proposal before the Ben Franklin Transit Board could cut millions from the public transportation budget Listen NWPB’s Dori Luzzo Gilmour reports on a transportation… Continue Reading Transportation Advocacy Group Concerned About Proposed Transit Cuts In Tri-Cities
A tractor and sprayer work a stubble field spraying Roundup. Killing volunteer wheat and cheatgrass will help save moisture in the soil for next year’s… Continue Reading Northwest Farmers Sign On The Dotted Line For Rising Costs, And An Uncertain Future
Charred remains of a house in Malden, WA / Photo by Geoff Roth Listen Rebecca White reports on a lawsuit filed by families from Malden… Continue Reading Malden, Pine City Families Sue Avista Utilities Over 2020 Wildfire
Emails involving the mask mandate and other issues show possible ethics violations by some Richland School Board members Listen NWPB’s Dori Luzzo Gilmour reports on… Continue Reading Accusations Of Ethics Violations By Some Richland Public School Board Members
The decline of freshwater mussels could have a negative impact of waterways throughout the West CREDIT: Nathan Rott/NPR Listen Courtney Flatt reports on the decline… Continue Reading Freshwater Mussels Declining Throughout The Northwest
A fatal wildlife disease is impacting Idaho’s hunting season Listen Doug Nadvornick reports on how Chronic Wasting Disease is forcing Idaho to alter its 2022 hunting… Continue Reading Idaho Adjusts Hunting Season Due To Fatal Wildlife Disease
The Washington Department of Natural Resources manages 3 million acres of forest land / Photo by Olena Sergienko, Unsplash Listen In Part Three of her… Continue Reading The Fight For Legacy Forests – Part 3: The Supreme Court Case
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