A federal official has issued his recommendation regarding the Makah whale hunt. Judge George G. Jordan, administrative law judge with the U.S. Coast Guard, says he recommends granting the waiver the tribe has requested under the Marine Mammal Protection Act.
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A federal jury has awarded two men who live in the small city of Roy a total of $3.26 million for injuries suffered when they were shot by one of the town's two police officers during a drunken joyride in a 2019 snowstorm.
The University of Washington football team plays Cal Saturday evening at Husky Stadium. Both teams are 1-2 and desperate for a win.
KNKX and the Washington State History Museum present "Challenging History with KNKX: Crossing Boundaries — Trans History, Then and Now," an online conversation on October 14 with KNKX All Things Considered host Ed Ronco and Morning Edition producer Vivian McCall, in conjunction with the museum's Crossing Boundaries: Portraits of a Transgender West exhibit. Ed and Vivian will talk with exhibit curators Gwen Whiting and Peter Boag.
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