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Friday, July 21, 2017

'My Stomach Hurts': Gridlock In Olympia Forces Superintendent To Delay School Construction

Washington state lawmakers have adjourned and gone home without passing a $4.1 billion capital construction budget. For a community in southwest... More » Listen to this story

Friday, July 21, 2017

Rest Of Northwest Summer Looks As Dry And Warm As First Half

If you liked the warm, dry start to our Northwest summer, you'll probably like the rest of it. There's no change to the dominant weather pattern in sight. More » Listen to this story

Friday, July 21, 2017

Feds Roll Out Options For Remaining Radioactive Hanford Tunnel

The U.S. Department of Energy rolled out several options at a public meeting Thursday night to stabilize what’s known as Tunnel 2 at the Hanford nuclear... More » Listen to this story

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Sewage Seeps In Washington Town Desperate For State Funds

The sewage system is crumbling in Carbonado, Washington, near Mt. Rainier. And if Washington lawmakers fail to pass a capital construction budget before... More » Listen to this story

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Spokane Voters Could Decide On Future Of Coal And Oil Shipments On City's Rail Lines

Coal and oil trains pass through Spokane daily, but that could change by the end of the year. Spokane’s city council will take public testimony Monday... More » Listen to this story

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Washington Wildlife Officials To Kill Wolves Again

Washington state’s department of Fish and Wildlife will kill members of a wolf pack that is causing problems for livestock in Stevens County.

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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Total Eclipse And Adventure Still Wait—For A Price 


The final scramble is on to see the total eclipse on Aug. 21 in the Northwest. Most hotels and campgrounds in the path of totality are booked. But for... More » Listen to this story

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Tight Labor Market Limits Further Decline In Northwest Unemployment Rates

The statewide unemployment rate for Washington is holding at its record low in the latest jobs report out Wednesday. The state's Employment Security... More » Listen to this story

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Sexual Assault, Near Drowning, Choking To Death: Report Highlights 'Failures' At State Institutions

Last year, developmentally disabled residents in Washington state institutions choked to death, were sexually assaulted and nearly drowned. That’s... More » Listen to this story

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Spokane Makes Climate Agreement With Itself

Spokane is now the latest northwest city to recognize climate change as human-caused and to commit to limiting greenhouse gas emissions. The Spokane... More »

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