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Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Pace Of Seismic Retrofits Picks Up To Help Drivers Get Around After 'The Big One'

Oregon and Washington officials have identified hundreds of bridges that still need to be replaced or retrofitted to withstand a magnitude 9 earthquake... More » Listen to this story

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Washington Lawmakers Propose $300M On Broadband Access For Rural Communities

While Washington state lawmakers have vowed to protect net neutrality, thousands of people in rural communities still lack access to high speed internet... More » Listen to this story

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

WSU Quarterback Tyler Hilinski Dead Of Apparent Suicide

Condolences are pouring in for Washington State University quarterback Tyler Hilinski . He was found dead in Pullman Tuesday of an apparent suicide. More » Listen to this story

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

WSU Quarterback Tyler Hilinski Dead Of Apparent Suicide

Condolences are pouring in for Washington State University quarterback Tyler Hilinski . He was found dead in Pullman Tuesday of an apparent suicide. More » Listen to this story

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Collecting Lichen To Save The Last Caribou In The Lower 48

The last herd of caribou found anywhere in the lower 48 states is in the Pacific Northwest. To be clear, this caribou herd is tiny . “Today, these are... More » Listen to this story

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Northwest Companies Raise Real Dough With New Virtual Currencies Amid Warnings

A quartet of young companies from the Seattle area have raised tens of millions of dollars by tapping into a hot tech trend. They've invented new... More » Listen to this story

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Washington State Senatorsʉ۬Hear Testimony On Carbon Tax

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is pushing for lawmakers to impose a tax on carbon emissions this year. But at a Senate public hearing Tuesday, some asked... More » Listen to this story

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Bump Stock Ban Faces Uncertain Future In Washington Legislature

A ban on bump stocks has passed out of a Washington state Senate committee. But it faces an uncertain future. More » Listen to this story

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Washington State Lawmakers Tackle Opioid Epidemic

The opioid crisis is front and center at the Washington Legislature this week. On Monday, lawmakers heard testimony on three bills aimed at preventing... More » Listen to this story

Monday, January 15, 2018

Victims Of Las Vegas Shooting Testify On Gun Legislation In Olympia

Hundreds of people crowded hearing rooms in the Washington state Capitol Monday to testify on proposed gun control legislation. Among other things,... More » Listen to this story

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