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KRFP Evening Report October-December 2009 News Archive

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Thursday, Dec 31 Moscow Police Investigating Phone Phishing Scam Targeting those with Accounts at the Latah Federal Credit Union, 130,000 Eastern Washington University Students Records May Have Been Exposed by Computer Breach, Dam Road in Canyon County to be Widened to Mitigate Terrorism Concerns HiFi

Wednesday, Dec 30 Governor Otter Threatens to Sue Federal Government over Health Care Reform Saying it's Unconstitutional, Idaho Tribal Leaders Want Otter to Create Cabinet Level Tribal Affairs Post, U.S. Supreme Court to Consider Referendum 71 Signature Lawsuit in January, Pullman School District Looking for Focus Group Members to Help with Next Year's Budget HiFi

Tuesday, Dec 29 Whitman County Commissioners Approve Budget Including $90,000 Cut from Sheriff's Department, Moscow Man in Critical Condition After Crash Near Potlatch, Shooter Outside Coeur d'Alene Bar Says He Felt Threatened While Prosecutor Calls for Attempted Murder Charge, Snowpack Low in Idaho Mountains HiFi

Monday, Dec 28 Taliban Releases Video of Captured US Army Soldier from Idaho, Idaho Ranked One of Five Lowest for Animal Abuse Laws, Washington Stands to Gain Congressional Seat After 2010 Census HiFi

Friday, Dec 25 Special: Talks by Dahr Jamail & Susan Galleymore Speak about Events Leading up to Their Visits to Iraq at a KRFP Event in Moscow HiFi

Thursday, Dec 24 Judge Stegner Sets Accused Murderer Silas Parks Bail at $200,000, Moscow Police Looking for Suspects in Tuesday Night Home Invasion Robbery, Traffic is Backing Up at Times in Downtown Moscow Due to Asynchronous Traffic Lights, City Council Hears Report on Census Appeal Requested by The Beach Nightclub, Council Approves Changes to Day Care Ordinance, Council Member Dan Carscallen Reads "The Night Before Christmas" HiFi

Wednesday, Dec 23 Nampa Classical Academy Will Hold Off Using Bible as Text Pending Result of Lawsuit, US 195 to be Resurfaced South of Colton Next Year, Off-Duty Spokane Cop in Drunk Driving Hit & Run Sues City Over his Firing, Judge Rules Nevada Wild Horse Round-Up Can Go Forward, Clarkston Public Works Director Wants Something Done about Traffic Tie-Ups That Have Increased Since Wal-Mart Opened in September HiFi

Tuesday, Dec 22 Whitman County Commission Undecided on Cutting Sheriffs Department Budget, Moscow Council Votes to Increase the Number of Downtown Parking Permits, Third Street Bridge Issue Comes up at Council, Republican Candidate for Governor Rex Rammell to Hold Private Meetings to be Attended by Mormons Only HiFi

Monday, Dec 21 Judge Stegner Agrees to Reconsider UI Retirees Lawsuit But Says Case Will Likely go to Idaho Supreme Court, Judge Brudie to Consider Bail for Accused Murderer Silas Parks, Fundraising Sluggish for Planned UI Livestock Research Center in Southern Idaho, City Council to Consider Day Care Ordinance Changes, Idaho Parks Director Says She Plans to Ween State Parks Off State Money in 4-5 Years HiFi

Friday, Dec 18 Special: Interview with Moscow Police Cheif Dan Weaver, Headlines: Sandpoint Council Votes Against Handheld Cell Phone Driving Ban, Hit & Run Suspect Ordered Committed for Two Weeks, USDA Begins Writing New Logging Plan for National Forests HiFi

Thursday, Dec 17 Feds Say 2 Years of Spills over Montana's Libby Dam Have Failed to Save Kootenai Sturgeon, Prominent Republican Supports Allred for Governor, Eastern State Hospital Policy Will Implement Stringent Rules for Washington Mental Patients after Phillip Paul Escape HiFi

Wednesday, Dec 16 Republican Party Wants IRS to Investigate Democratic Candidate for Governor Allred Alleging Imporper Parisan Politics by Allred's Non-Profit, Moscow Police Use Undercover People Under the Age of 21 to Get Others to Provide Alcohol at UI Football Weekend Parties, More DOE Employees at Hanford will Get New Cancer Compensation, Marijuana Legalization Bill to be Introduced in Olympia as Spokane Council Rejects Initiative aimed at Helping Medical Marijuana Dispensaries HiFi

Tuesday, Dec 15 Naveed Haq Convicted of Murder in Seattle Jewish Federation Slaying, Southern Idaho Feedlot Owner who Polluted Aquifer Gets Probation, Moscow Public Works Committee Approves Rebid on Expensive Pool Re-Plastering Project HiFi

Monday, Dec 14 Moscow Administrative Committee Approves Day Care Ordinance Changes & Approves Intergovernmental Latah Trail Maintenance Plan, Republican Law Makers Propose Slashing Idaho Income Taxes, Couer d'Alene-area Aryan Nations Members Not to Be Prosecuted for Littering, Latah County to Rent Office Space in Federal Building, Whitman County Hunter Found Dead, Humanist Association President Says They May Continue Billboard Rental Until 2011, Washington Attorney General Goes to Bat for Direct TV Customers HiFi

Friday, Dec 11 Special: City Council Approves Comprehensive Plan With Ring Road Line on Map, Ed Board Gives College Presidents Ability to Change Faculty Contracts, Insanity Defense Possible for Man Who Allegedly Drove into WSU Students, Changes Wording on 3rd Street Bridge Proposal. Headlines: Asarco Silver Valley Money to Prevent Pollution Spread during Flooding HiFi

Thursday, Dec 10 Idaho Chief Economist Says State Economy has Hit Bottom, Asarco to Pay Millions for Silver Valley Clean Up, Ed Board Approves UI-Simplot Plan to Keep Parm Ag Research Center Open for 5 Years HiFi

Wednesday, Dec 9 Attorney for Man Accused of Vehicular Assault for Hitting 2 WSU Students says 'Caffeine Psychosis' May Have Been Factor, New Cobalt Mine Slated to Open in Centeral Idaho in 2011, Gritman CEO Outlines New Services & Facilities HiFi

Tuesday, Dec 8 Moscow Council Approves Comprehensive Plan Including Line on Map Representing Possible Bypass Road, US Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack Says Federal Government Will Spend $40 Million on Pine Beetle Infestations in West, UI Employee Charged with Vehicular Assault as Two Men Hit by Car on WSU Campus are in Stable Condition, Stimulus Money for Homeless Programs in Boise Delayed, Labrador Joins First District Congressional Race HiFi

Monday, Dec 7 Two Injured By Driver in Two Seperate Intersections on WSU Campus, UI and Simplot Come Up With Funding Plan to Keep Parma Ag Research Center Open, Ed Board to Consider Allowing Colleges to Propose Tuition Increases Greater than 10%, Racist Slurs and Swastikas Spray Painted on Truck Owned by Person of Color in Coeur d'Alene, Constitutionalist & Militia Supporters Draw Big Crowds in Post Falls, Whitopia Author Rich Benjamin Speaks About his Kootenai County White Enclave HiFi

Friday, Dec 4 Moscow Community Development Director Bill Belknap Presentation on Comprehensive Plan as Public Hearing and Final Adoption on City Council's Monday Agenda HiFi

Thursday, Dec 3 Fewer Idaho & Washington Jobs Paying a Living Wage, Pullman Wal-Mart Workers Expected to Break Ground Today or Tomorrow, Latah Zoning Commission Recommends Denial of Potlatch-Area Rock Pit Permit Change, Homeowner Group Gives up on Tamerack HiFi

Wednesday, Dec 2 Judge Approves Settlement in Univesity Place Lawsuit, UI Faculty Senate Votes in Favor of Notices of Intent to Close 3 of the School's Agriculture Research Centers, Idaho Police Training Academy Chief Fired HiFi

Tuesday, Dec 1 Monsanto Signs Pact with Government Ageincies for Clean-Up of its Closed Southeastern Idaho Phosphate Mines, Attorney For 125 Who Say They Were Abused by Priests in Northwest File for Relief in Federal Bankruptcy Court, Man Who Allegedly Killed 4 Lakewood, Washington Police Killed by Seattle Officer HiFi

Monday, Nov 30 Seattle Police are Searching Everywhere for Man Accused of Killing for Officers in Suburban Lakewood, Latah County Planning Commission to Hold Public Hearing on Request to Expand Lisher Rock Pit Operations Near Potlatch, Former U.S. Rep. George Hansen Loses Case at Idaho Supreme Court, Private Health Care Groups Ask Judge to Expand Reimbursement Suit Against Idaho and Medicaid, Wild Earth Guardians Ask Obama to Ban Aerial Gunning of Animals After Idaho Incident HiFi

Friday, Nov 27 Special: City Council Discusses and Approves New Poultry Ordinance, Post-Election Interviews with Moscow City Council & Mayoral Candidates HiFi

Thursday, Nov 26 Thanksgiving Special: Documentarist Deborah Koons Garcia Discusses her Film "The Future of Food" after Showing at the Kenworthy Performing Arts Center HiFi

Wednesday, Nov 25 Canadian Company Plans to Store Toxic Chlorine Near Garfield, Avista Joins Cap and Trade Lobbyists, City Continues Greenhouse Gas Inventory HiFi

Tuesday, Nov 24 Latah Commissioners Consider 6-Day Furloughs, City Committee Considers Day Care Licensing Changes, Public Works Committee Hears Update on Snow Removal, Judge Redden Sees Salmon Plan as 'Good Piece of Work' HiFi

Monday, Nov 23 Redden Says Little Work Needed to Come Up With Salmon Plan He Can Approve, Charter Commission Reprimands Nampa Classical Academy, Idaho Gives $125,000 in Severance Pay Despite Legislative Ban, Pam Lowe's Replacement as Transportation Director to Get $22,000 More per Year, Troy Highway Rezone Discussed by City Committee HiFi

Friday, Nov 20 Special: The Consequences of De-Listing the Wolf Panel Discussion at UI Law School Pt.1, Headlines: Otter Lashes at Former Transportation Chief, WSU Needs Money for New Student Information System, Student Who Fell from Fraternity Window Has Long Recovery Ahead HiFi

Thursday, Nov 19 Fish & Game Commission Extends Wolf Hunting by 3 Months, New Trasnportation Departement Director Selected, Otter Rejects Income Tax Increase for Well-Off Suggested by Representative Ringo & Economist Judy Brown as Way of Dealing with Budget Deficit, Swastika Sticker Found on Human Rights Institute Door in Coeur d'Alene HiFi

Wednesday, Nov 18 Idaho Unemployment up by a Tenth of a Percent in the Last Month, Lochsa Land Exchange Environmental Impact Statement Delayed, Hamilton-Lowe Aquatic Center Annual Report Given HiFi

Tuesday, Nov 17 Governor Otter to Sue US Fish & Wildlife Service Over Move Towards Slickspot Peppergrass Endangered Species Status, Moscow Council Reduces Amount of Poultry Allowed in Residential Nieghborhoods and Restores Parking on 6th St., Potlatch Teacher Sues District Over Alleged 1st Amendment Violations HiFi

Monday, Nov 16 Whitman County Passes Wind Turbine Ordinance, Former Transportation Director Adds Gender Bias & Due Process Claims to Wrongful Firing Lawsuit, Moscow City Council to New Backyard Poultry Ordinance & 6th Street Parking Tonight, Suspended UI Veteran Center Director Comments About Bighorn Pathology in Apparent Violation of Agreement with Dean HiFi

Friday, Nov 13 Special: Moscow City Council to Consider Poultry Ordinance Monday, Administrative Committee Discussion HiFi

Thursday, Nov 12 Wolf Experts Disagree on Future of Endangered Species Status in Northern Rockies, Moscow Traffic Lights Being Upgraded, Washington Supreme Court Overturns School Funding Equity Ruling HiFi

Wednesday, Nov 11 Critically Injured Woman Found in Road Near Pullman Identified, Sheriff Rausch Wants Commissioners to Prioritize Budget Cuts, Southwest Idaho Charter School Denies Public Records Request from State Agency Over Their Use of the Bible as Main Academic Text HiFi

Tuesday, Nov 10 Idaho Parks Department May Close Dworshak State Park Late Next Year, Moscow Public Works Committee Approves Contract to Study Possible Reservoir Locations, Latah County Prosecutor Says Commission's 6% Holdback for his Office 'Unrealistic,' Yellowstone Bison May go to Ted Turner's Ranch HiFi

Monday, Nov 9 Administrative Committee Moves Backyard Chicken Ordinance Forward, Fired Idaho Transportation Director Sues, Ploughshare Institute Says it May Re-File for Conditional Use Permit for Deary Property, Blake Hall Fired, Minnic & McMorris-Rodgers Vote Against Health Care Bill, Boise Homeless Sue City over Anti-Camping Policy, Removing Sea Lions at Bonneville Dam has Little Effect on Salmon Predation HiFi

Friday, Nov 6 Special: Planning & Zoning Commission Hears Opposition to Line on Map in City Comprehensive Plan Representing Possible Ring Road HiFi

Thursday, Nov 5 Moscow Man Convicted of Voluntary Homicide to be Released after 5 Months at Cottonwood, Hawbaker now 4 Votes Ahead in Pullman Ward 3 Race, Humanist Billboard in Moscow Vandalized Again HiFi

Wednesday, Nov 4 Chaney Wins Re-election by 40 Votes, Steed, Brown & Scott win Council Seats, 'Everything but Marriage' Referendum 71 Approved by Small Margin, Washington Budget Cuts Will Take Away Children's Health Care, Not Guilty Plea in Rape Case by Employee of CIA Contractor at Fairchild HiFi

Tuesday, Nov 3 Second District Judge Stegner Issues Summary Judgement in Favor of University in UI Retirees' Class Action Benefits Suit, Pullman School District Gets 10% Holdback Returned, Whitman Commissioners Hear Arguments on Wind Turbine Ordinance HiFi

Monday, Nov 2 Woman First Spokane County Resident to Die of H1N1, All Collared Wolves in Yellowstone's Cottonwood Pack are Dead, Five Year Asbestos Study to Start in Libby HiFi

Friday, Oct 30 Special: AARP City of Moscow Candidates Forum Segment, Headlines HiFi

Thursday, Oct 29 County Residents Oppose Ring Road Line on City Comprehensive Plan Map at P&Z Hearing, Moscow City Candidates Report Campaign Contributions, Planners Start on Paradise Creek Restoration Project on UI Campus, Logging Protesters Arrested in Oregon Win Round in Court HiFi

Wednesday, Oct 28 University of Idaho Faculty Senate Votes to Survey UI Employees about School's Health Care Plan, WSU Journalism Professor Sues for Violation of First Amendment Rights, South Carolina Not Washington will get the New Boeing 787 Line, Moscow Council Candidates talk about Urban Renewal District, Where Development Should Be and Attempt to Sell City Water Across State Line, P&Z Hearing on Comprehensive Plan Tonight HiFi

Tuesday, Oct 27 Latah Commissioners Tell Departments to Prepare for 6% Budget Cuts, Newly Formed Focus on the Family PAC Files Lawsuit in Washington to Allow Large Last Minute Campaign Contributions, Moscow Committees Approve Money for Industrial Park Plan HiFi

Monday, Oct 26 Flu Virus Vaccines Delayed in Northern Idaho, Moscow Farmers' Market to Get Grant Money, UI Student who Fell 3 Stories Released from Hospital, Scientists say Wood Growth Rates in Northwest to Increase Due to Global Warming HiFi

Friday, Oct 23 Special: City Council & Mayor Candidates Address 3rd Street Bridge, 6th Street Parking and Big Box Ordinance HiFi

Thursday, Oct 22 Moscow City Candidates Talk about Comprehensive Plan and Big Box Stores, Parks Will Not Face Death Penalty, Washington Supreme Court Upholds Indefinite Confinement of Convicted Child Molesters HiFi

Wednesday, Oct 21 Pullman Ward 1 Council Candidates Differ in Approach to Development, Soil Scientist Discusses Giant Palouse Earthworm, Journalists and Locals Discuss Opposing Positions on Washington Referendum 71, Security at Cottonwood Correctional Facility Upgraded, Much Spokane Bill of Rights Opposition Money From Out of Town HiFi

Tuesday, Oct 20 US Supreme Court Votes 8-1 to Keep Washington Referendum 71 Signers Secret Until They Can Hear the Case, Former Attorney General Ashcroft Appeals 9th Circuit Panel Ruling in Illegal Detention Suit Filed by Former University of Idaho Student, Moscow Council Approves Snow Proclamation Ordinance, Idaho Fish & Game Set to Close Wolf Hunting in Some Areas, Spokane Council Wants Mayor to Negotiate More Investigatory Powers for Police Ombudsperson HiFi

Monday, Oct 19 US Supreme Court Justice Says Court will Rule on Keeping Washington Referendum 71 Signers Secret, City and Mayoral Candidates Discuss Greater Moscow Alliance Endorsements, Oregon Researchers Says Hatchery Steelhead Less Fit HiFi

Friday, Oct 16 Special: Interview with Candidate for Mayor John Weber, Headlines HiFi

Thursday, Oct 15 Appeals Court Says Washington's Referendum 71 Signers Are Part of the Public Record, Ag Industry Funding to be Crucial in Decisions on Closing Some UI Ag Extension Research Stations, Pullman City Council Ward 3 Candidates Gibney and Hawbaker Interviewed HiFi

Wednesday, Oct 14 West Nile Virus Kills First Washingtonian, Two North-Central Idaho Districts Close Schools Due to H1N1, Candidate for Mayor John Weber Discusses Moscow's Business Climate HiFi

Tuesday, Oct 13 No Furloughs At UI During Latest Holdback, Moscow Mayor & City Council Candidates Talk About Affordable Housing and Development at Student Forum, City Public Works Committee Passes Draft Snow Emergency Ordinance HiFi

Monday, Oct 12 Washington Governor Asking for Public Comments on Natural Resource Reform, Moscow Mayor Speaks about Community's Future, Administration Committee Rejects Terrorism Insurance, Unembedded Journalist Dahr Jamail and Motherspeak Founder Susan Galleymore Discuss War's Impact on Women HiFi

Friday, Oct 9 Special: Mayor's Race: Interview with Incumbent Nancy Chaney, Interview with Unembedded Journalist Dahr Jamail and Motherspeak Founder Susan Galleymore HiFi

Thursday, Oct 8 Latah County Woman Dies of Complications of the H1N1 Virus, Idaho Supreme Court Affirms Decision to Give David Meister a New Trial, Unembedded Journalist Visiting Moscow Talks About Troops who Resist Afghan & Iraq Wars, Pullman Considers Pre-Zoning of Land Northwest of City, Whitman County Planning Commission Approves Wind Turbine Ordinance HiFi

Wednesday, Oct 7 Washington Announces Proposed Wolf Management Plan, 29 Wolves Killed in Idaho Hunt So Far, Idaho has Only Half Road Maintenance Funding, Washingtonians Debate I-1033 Regulating Excess Revenue Spending, Water Summit Participants Discuss Rain Harvesting and Living Roofs HiFi

Tuesday, Oct 6 Palouse Water Summit Participants Suggest Ways to Manage Groundwater Across State Lines, Montana Supreme Court Recognizes Joint Custody for Same Sex Partners, Silas Parks Officially Requests New Judge in Murder Trial, Latah Commission Denies Conditional Use Permit Appeal for Religious Group's Sustainability School Near Deary, Moscow Council Adopts Hydrant Snow Clearing Ordinance HiFi

Monday, Oct 5 Idaho Fish & Game Wants to Make Helicopter Landings in Wilderness to Collar Wolves, Moscow Teen Missing, Southern Idaho Father who Let Children Walk Home Christmas Day to go on Trial For Involuntary Manslaughter, Unembedded War Correspondent to Visit Moscow This Week HiFi

Friday, Oct 2 Luna Warns Against Further Cuts to K-12, Sheep Rancher Admits to Shooting Wolves from Motorized Parachute, Man Accused of Shooting Up Seattle Jewish Federation Office Goes on Trial Again. Special: Public Works Committee Discusses Snow Emergency Ordinance HiFi

Thursday, Oct 1 Crapo & Wyden Question Amtrack Ridership Study for Restoring Route, Questions Over Governor Otter's Assertion that Health Care Reform Will be Costly to Idaho, Moscow-Pullman Regional Airport Continues Fire Suppression Construction and Looks Towards New Runway, Pullman Planning Commission Considers College Hill Plan HiFi

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