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The Vallivue school district will again approach voters for…
03.24 / 10:52
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NAMPA — Drivers traveling on Caldwell Boulevard toward Midland Boulevard might see a billboard encouraging them to Choose N…
03.24 / 10:52
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If you don't already have your vehicle of choice filled up with gas, it might be time to get that done. There are 2 brand new videos that are showing that Jump Creek Falls is looking awesome. Continue…
03.24 / 10:26
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When the Food and Drug Administration created controls in January on how farmers can give antibiotics to livestock, scientists concerned about antibiotic resistance and advocates for animal welfare called it a historic shift in how meat animals are raised. But a new federal report , released last week, says the long-awaited FDA initiative — first attempted back in 1977 — falls short in so many areas that it may not create the change that backers hoped for. The FDA initiative, which was cre…
Oh people: it's been one of those weeks again. The focus on immigration continues, as the government promises to punish sanctuary cities and cities that have chosen not to do ICE's work for it by detaining undocumented immigrants until that agency can collect them for deportation. A number of police departments, including the LAPD, have indicated widespread fear of deportation in immigrant communities has had deleterious effects on how the police do their jobs. Stories like this one just…
TODAY 3.24WSU Burtenshaw Distinguished Lecture Series - 2-3:30 p.m., CUB Auditorium, WSU campus, Pullman. A panel of nine hotel and hospitality industry professionals will share…
03.24 / 08:58
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2016 One year ago todayConstruction projects within the Pullman School District are likely to accelerate in the coming months as administrators plan to move forward…
03.24 / 08:58
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PULLMAN POLICEWednesday12:32 a.m. - A man requested a welfare check on another man who appeared intoxicated on Northeast Ruby and Northeast Colorado streets.5:32 a.m. -…
03.24 / 08:58
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A sheriff’s office in Oregon is warning iPhone users about a new scam that results in false 911 calls. According to a post on the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, there is a scam targeting local [...] The post Problems with 911 dispatch appeared first on KID…
03.24 / 04:22
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Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: Republican leaders in Washington are scrambling to save their bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. The House of Representatives was supposed to vote on the health care bill today, but with Republicans divided over just how far they should go with their changes, the vote was postponed. NPR congressional correspondent Susan Davis is following all this at the Capitol. Hi there, Sue. SUSAN DAVIS, BYLINE: Hey, Kelly.…
Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: And to help us understand what's happening on Capitol Hill tonight, I am joined by NPR's Ron Elving. Hello there, Ron. RON ELVING, BYLINE: Good to be with you, Kelly. MCEVERS: So tonight the president threatened that if the House does not vote on this tomorrow and does not pass their own health care bill, that he is going to move on and leave Obamacare in place. How serious a threat is that do you think? ELVING: It sounds pretty…
Copyright 2017 NPR. To see more, visit KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: We're starting to get some details about Khalid Masood. He had a criminal record. He had been arrested for assault, possession of, quote, "offensive weapons" and for public order offenses. But police in the U.K. say they had no prior intelligence about his intent to mount a terror attack. AUDIE CORNISH, HOST: ISIS is now claiming responsibility. The group has been encouraging low-tech attacks like this using vehicles and knives…
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah Gov. Gary Herbert has joined seven other Republican governors in a letter endorsing the GOP plan to repeal and replace former President Barack Obama's health care l…
03.24 / 02:15
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Teton Valley may soon have another option for education: its first charter school. The valley already has several private options, but this would be its first public charter…
03.24 / 01:55
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A valley resident pleaded guilty in Idaho District court this week to his third driving under the influence (DUI)…
03.24 / 01:55
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All valley residents with Blue Cross of Idaho insurance plans can once again safely visit Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center (EIRMC) without paying skyrocketing out of network…
03.24 / 01:55
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Tumult underscores how difficult it is for the GOP to unite their party behind a repeal…
03.24 / 01:44
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Jenna Crowe Staff Writer All ISU soccer enthusiasts are invited to attend a soccer tournament hosted by the Nepalese Student Association, NSA, on Cadet Field... The post WARMER WEATHER BRINGS MORE COMPETITION appeared first on The…
03.24 / 00:32
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Bob Dylan is evidently not finished with his (grand, now exhaustive) inquiry into the Great American Songbook. The 2016 winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, who was hailed by the Swedish Academy for "having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition," is releasing a three-disc mega-dose from the pre-rock era of that tradition on March 31. Triplicate, recorded at Capitol Studios in Los Angeles with Dylan's touring band, follows two similar efforts – Fallen A…
Rosie Delgadillo Reilly watched the mission of affordable, comprehensive health care of Terry Reilly Health Services grow from a unique vantage point — her living r…
03.23 / 23:57
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