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Idaho Matters Reporter Roundtable: November 18, 2022

Bouquets of flowers sit on the ground in front of the red brick University of Idaho sign.
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Bouquets of flowers sit on the ground in front of the University of Idaho sign after four students were found dead.

We still have little information about a quadruple homicide in Moscow and many concerned University of Idaho students are heading home early for Thanksgiving break, we break down a news conference by Moscow Police regarding the case.

We also take a look at Idaho’s history with abortion laws, Idaho Department of Correction serves convicted murderer Gerald Pizzuto Jr. with a death warrant, and how a boring parking lot sale in Boise is a lot less boring than you might think.

It’s Friday - which means it's time for our Reporter Roundtable when Idaho Matters gets you up-to-date on all the news that made headlines this past week.

Our journalist panel today:

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