In an email to state lawmakers Friday afternoon, Washington State University President Kirk Schulz indicated no actions will be taken to revoke the WSU College Republicans’ status as a Registered Student Organization.
A jury on Friday convicted a former Spokane County Sheriff’s deputy and found him guilty of lying to fraudulently obtain assistance from two federal programs designed to provide funds for those who can’t work for themselves.
Sam Strahan’s memorial service will be held on Saturday and is open to the public, according to a news release from the family. Strahan was shot and killed by a fellow Freeman High School classmate on Sept. 13.
The former leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party has been invited by the Washington Policy Center as the keynote speaker at its annual dinner. Local activist groups plan to protest the event, saying Farage gives an outlet to “alt-right, nationalist” policies.
A coalition of business owners on North Monroe on Thursday filed a $15 million tort claim against the city of Spokane, citing “significant revenue losses” during the city’s planned renovation of the street.
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Over an eleven-year career as an Air Force intelligence analyst, Kristel Hallsson worked on bases in South Korea, Iraq, Italy and Afghanistan. Now, the Snohomish native is back in her home state for a new challenge: medical school.
Travis Bonnett and Harley Douglass plummeted from a cliff in the mountains above Gunnsion, Colorado, about 200 miles southwest of Denver, last week. Bonnett was killed instantly. Douglass is recovering at home.
ENDANGERED SPECIES -- Wolves have kept Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife field staff busy this suummer, especially in Stevens, Ferry and Asotin counties. Gray wolves are protected in Washington ...