A Twin Falls hospital has started an informal fostering program for pets to ease the minds of patients in emergency situations.
A student is suing Washington State University, claiming the university’s alleged negligence and violation of federal law resulted in a failure to protect her from a hostile campus environment in 2015.
Prominent athenahealth investor Elliott Management Corp. is offering about $6.5 billion to take the medical billing software maker private after saying it has grown frustrated with the company’s performance.
When Washington state corrections officials announced a new superintendent for the Cedar Creek Corrections Center
President Donald Trump said Monday he was “Fighting Back” against the Russia probe and warned the “13 Angry Democrats” on the special counsel’s team to “just wait ’till the Courts get to see your unrevealed Conflicts of Interest!”
President Donald Trump is set to reveal his decision on whether to keep the U.S. in the Iran deal on Tuesday, a move that could determine the fate of 2015 agreement that froze Iran’s nuclear program.
Just a few years after it was named Felts Field, Spokane’s first municipal airport was bragging about its great and swift business.
A group of small boys made a “camp” in the pine thickets near their neighborhood around Driscoll Boulevard and Greenwood Street. It did not end well.
Melbourne, Florida – Katie Holley was jolted awake by a cold thing – what she had initially thought was a small piece of ice that somehow slid down her left ear. Still disoriented, she rushed to the bathroom, grabbed a cotton swab and slowly stuck it inside her ear. And then Holley felt something move. It was like a “rhythmic” movement, she recalled, as if whatever that thing was was trying to burrow deeper into her ear canal. She pulled out the cotton swab and saw small, dark brown pieces that looked like legs.
Bloomsday takes parts of West Central captive, blocking off streets and restricting access for most of the day. Many neighborhood residents embrace Bloomsday with parties and family gatherings.
Avista Corp. and Washington’s other investor-owned utilities should reconsider their reliance on coal-fired electricity, state regulators say.
The Spokane City Council is scheduled to consider Monday a suite of laws that will alter how the enforcement arm of the city’s Parks Department may respond to people staying overnight on public property. The “cleanup” of the city’s laws governing parks also prohibits the consumption of marijuana and liquor, as well as addresses the use of drones.
This is for Rose. She is a nice lady who wrote me a nice email in which she spoke about the need to try to understand Donald Trump’s supporters. As Rose put it, “We need to not close ourselves off to how the other side thinks.”
On two different occasions, I’ve had neighbors come over to see if our house was on fire.
The first Monroe Street bridge, built by Spokane Cable Railway and partners, cost $42,000 and opened in 1889. Two other iterations followed, the last being the concrete bridge we see today, with four small pavilions designed by Kirtland Cutter.
A series of shutdowns across the country by the Social Security Administration is causing major difficulties for the elderly, people with disabilities and other beneficiaries, activists and political leaders say. The agency has closed about 125 of its approximately 1,250 offices since 2000 – a 10 percent reduction, part of what officials describe as a shift to greater use of online services in an era of budget constraints and a growing population of senior citizens.
Two major developers are pursuing efforts to build an energy storage project along the Columbia River in Washington state.
Pocatello Police said two groups of people exchanged gunfire during an early morning shooting downtown.
Seattle University’s athletics and recreation center will no longer be named after the late Archbishop Thomas Connolly.
A Central Washington man is pleading for help on social media to find an American flag that belonged to his son who was killed in Afghanistan.