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The Trump administration issues talking points challenging health expert Fauci; Latinos challenge voting system in Washington State.

2020Talks - July 14, 2020 


Maine has its statewide primaries today; Texas and Alabama have primary runoffs. And lawsuits abound against the White House's new ICE rule, threatening to deport international students taking only online courses.

Public News Service - ID: Salmon Recovery

Boise, ID – About 400 sockeye salmon have made it all the way from the Pacific Ocean to Redfish Lake near Stanley this year, just in time for the Sawtooth Salmon Festival this weekend. This is the highest number of fish that have made it back since the count was first recorded in 1985. Amand

Boise, ID – People in river towns in Idaho are still hoping to able to count on a chance to hook some wild salmon, and their new hope for regular, sustained fishing seasons is in federal court. Several groups have filed a lawsuit alleging the latest federal plan to "save" endangered fish still

Boise, ID – An impressive Idaho salmon "catch" is sure to be turning heads on highways across the nation. Starting out last weekend from Seattle, an enormous fiberglas salmon is being towed across the country, by a crew that will be sharing the story of this endangered species, as well as the

Boise, ID – Cash speaks louder than science. That's one view of a deal just announced that gives three Indian tribes almost one billion dollars to use on fish hatcheries and habitat for endangered salmon in exchange for the tribes' promising to quiet their criticism of the federal salmon recov

Boise, ID – More rain in the winters, less snow, warmer water - all are affecting salmon runs in the Pacific Northwest. New research shows that changing weather patterns and temperature levels can no longer be ignored in federal efforts for the recovery of endangered runs of the region's iconi

Boise, ID – It's being called another case of "bait and switch." The newest federal plan to save endangered Idaho salmon has been released, and Bill Sedivy, of the conservation group Idaho Rivers United, says it includes more money for fish habitat, and more hatchery production. However, he a

Boise, ID – Federal agencies have released their latest plan to save endangered salmon in Idaho, a plan they were required by a federal judge to write. Bill Sedivy, with Idaho Rivers United, says the list of actions to restore river health and fish populations includes barging fish around dams

They're being called the loneliest couple in Idaho. One male and one female sockeye salmon have made it from the ocean to Redfish Lake near Stanley, following a route that thousands of sockeye used to make successfully every year. Amanda Peacher with Idaho Rivers United says this year's return is an

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