The carefully followed death toll from COVID-19 may not fully capture the loss of life in the Pacific Northwest during the pandemic.
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If California is the nation’s laboratory for progressive laws, why has it been unable to keep the police from policing themselves?
Forest Service Bioregional Assessment Lacks Critical Direction, Says Northwest Forest Plan Co-AuthorUniversity of Washington forest ecology professor Jerry Franklin was one of the original authors of the Northwest Forest Plan. JPR’s Erik Neumann spoke with Franklin about how the new forest service guidance marks a shift in management of 24 million acres of public forests.
The country artist talks to NPR's Ailsa Chang about how following her muse to make the hard-rocking That's How Rumors Get Started is a lesson to herself and her kids on following their dreams.
Hull's brand new album called 25 Trips considers both the artist's first 25 years on the planet as well as some of the important events from one specific year.
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The celestial visitor should be visible just after sunset for anyone who wants to see it. Bring along the binoculars for an even better view.
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the public broadcaster lost about a quarter of its radio audience in the second quarter of 2020, compared with a year earlier. Even so, digital audiences surged.
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