Gov. could extend stay-at-home order later this week

SEATTLE (AP) — Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s chief of staff David Postman said Tuesday that Inslee could announce an extension of the state’s COVID-19-related stay-at-home order later this week. The order is scheduled to continue through May 4 although Inslee has said portions of it would be extended.

German doctors pose naked to protest protective equipment shortages

A website apparently featuring photos of German medical workers is calling attention to the working conditions and protective equipment needed by frontline workers amid the coronavirus pandemic. The website, "Blanke Bedenken," shows photos of apparently nude people, some of whom…

University of Montana eyes cutting adjuncts

Click here for updates on this story MISSOULA, Mont. (The Missoulian) -- The University of Montana is working to trim faculty and class offerings ahead of an uncertain fall semester, with announcements coming as soon as next week on who…