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

A bill that would establish an expectation for Idaho schools to intervene when a kid is bullied is headed to the Idaho House floor.

According to the monthly update released Wednesday by Washington's Employment Security Department, the state’s unemployment rate stayed flat in February.

Sunday marks one year since a deadly landslide near Oso, Washington, killed 43 people.

An Idaho House committee introduced a revised plan for increasing teacher pay Wednesday.

Some legislators in Olympia say they're having second thoughts about exempting Western Hockey League teams from state labor laws.

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson has accused a mobile home park owner of a scheme to evade inspections.

Oregon lawmakers gave initial approval Tuesday to a bill that would ban so-called "conversion therapy" on youth.

A cast of characters from Washington’s TV and film industry descended on Olympia Tuesday seeking an expanded tax credit for the film industry.

Idaho lawmakers unhappy with the legalization of gay marriage in the state are calling on Congress to do something about “activist judges.”

The region's recent stretch of warm weather means Northwest sweet cherries will likely be going early to market this year.

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