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Regional Public Journalism from twelve public radio stations throughout Oregon, Washington and Idaho.

A bipartisan bill in the Idaho legislature would train teachers to deal with bullying and require them to intervene when they see it happen.

The congressional wrangling over immigration policy -- which threatens to cut off Homeland Security money later this week -- is spilling over to the Washington State Capitol in a fashion.

Idaho Lawmaker Wants National System For GMO Labels

Feb 24, 2015

An Idaho lawmaker and farmer said the state should press the federal government to establish a national labeling system for genetically engineered foods -- before states create their own.

The Oregon Department of Administrative Services has requested a criminal investigation over the matter of who leaked some sensitive emails to the media.

Washington lawmakers are in contempt of court over school funding. But it’s a couple of non-funding issues that could create a partisan rift.

New ownership is giving new hope to a decrepit, unseaworthy fishing boat with a notable literary pedigree.

Idaho lawmakers are moving ahead with a bill that would set legal requirements for doctors who prescribe abortion-inducing medication.

In the Tri-Cities, new facts are emerging in the police shooting of 35-year-old Mexican farmworker Antonio Zambrano-Montes.

Washington state lawmakers are more than a third of the way through their 105-day legislative session.

Oregon's new governor Kate Brown said she'll continue a moratorium on carrying out the death penalty.

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