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Insanity defense acquits driver

A Whitman County judge has acquitted a Moscow, Idaho, man accused of injuring two Washington State University students in a December hit-and-run.


WSU’s Anderson has the talent to break records

With spring football wrapping up at Washington State and the NFL draft sucking everyone’s good sense out of a fine weekend, it seemed the right time to reaffirm that Jeshua …


WSU stops taking freshmen applications

PULLMAN – Washington State University is not accepting any more applications for incoming freshman at its Pullman campus for next fall.


WSU Pullman stops accepting freshman applications

Washington State University is not accepting any more applications for incoming freshman at its Pullman campus for next fall.


College students getting pinched

Alina Shanin will be three classes away from a degree in anthropology at the end of spring term, but the 21-year-old is concerned tuition increases coming this fall could make …


WSU bat master sweetens spot for long shot

Cheating isn’t usually what Lloyd Smith, the bat doctor of the Palouse, is all about. But Tuesday, he was looking forward to the chance to cheat his head off – …


WSU OKs retirement plan

Several Washington State University employees will soon be able to retire early under a new plan. WSU’s board of regents approved a Voluntary Early Retirement Incentive plan during its regularly …


WSU eyed for hotel, convention center

A hotel and convention center could be built on the Washington State University campus in Pullman if negotiations between a California developer and the university are successful. WSU’s board of …


Driver accused hitting 2 at WSU to stand trial

A Moscow man accused of injuring two Washington State University students in a December hit-and-run has been released from a hospital and deemed ready to stand trial.


Commandments delivered

PULLMAN – Washington State has landed its athletic evangelist, and he came Wednesday with a warning. “If you like the sermon,” Bill Moos said, “show it when the collection plate …


It’s ‘Play ball!’ for area colleges

Late winter, when a young man’s fancy turns to … baseball? It seems to be the case, as the local Division I college baseball season opens this weekend, with Washington …


Coug world embraces Moos

PULLMAN – If the group in room T101 of the Food Sciences and Human Nutrition Building at Washington State University had their way, Bill Moos would already be the Cougars’ …


Washington St. woos Moos

PULLMAN – Former University of Oregon athletic director Bill Moos was on the Washington State University campus Tuesday night, as he and the university moved closer to an agreement that …


Intrigue surrounds what appears to be slam dunk

How is it that, on his way out the door to San Diego, Jim Sterk didn’t bump into Bill Moos moving his carton of framed pictures and potted plants into …


Wash. Senate approves tuition control to 3 schools

The state Senate voted late Monday to hand its tuition-setting authority over to the leaders of the three largest universities.


Sterk leaving WSU

Jim Sterk, who has served as Washington State University’s athletic director since 2000, will be named to the same position at San Diego State University, sources close to the situation …


Washington home sales surge in late 2009

The sale of existing homes in Washington surged in the fourth quarter of 2009, but prices remained soft.


Students’ walkout doesn’t send best message

Could it be that student activism isn’t as dormant as it seems? We’ll know more this afternoon when students at public universities across Washington are being rallied to walk out …


Salaries soared at regional universities

Raises have been scarce and budget cuts common at colleges dealing with the fallout from the worst state budget in memory. But between January 2007 and January 2009, the largest …


Northwest Public Radio to join Murrow College

Northwest Public Radio, the statewide network owned by Washington State University, will become part of the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication.


Suspect in WSU hit-and-run found incompetent

Doctors have found an Idaho driver accused of striking two Washington State University students with his car incompetent to stand trial.


E-Gals now Crimson Girls

Here’s a quick quiz: What Spokane Valley high school has sent a graduate each of the past three seasons to start at Washington State University this season? Oh, stop guessing. …


‘Caffeine psychosis’ may have affected driver, lawyer says

The Idaho motorist accused of striking down two pedestrians on the Washington State University campus may be suffering from “caffeine psychosis,” his lawyer said.


2 pedestrians hit on WSU Pullman campus

One person is in custody after two Washington State University students were struck by a vehicle and hospitalized in separate incidents along Stadium Way on Monday morning.


Budget slows medical school

University of Washington President Mark Emmert said Spokane will have a four-year medical school “as soon as possible,” but told the annual meeting of Greater Spokane Inc. the state’s budget …


Med school coming to Spokane ASAP, group told Wednesday

University of Washington President Mark Emmert said Spokane will have a four-year medical school “as soon as possible,” but told the annual meeting of Greater Spokane Incorporated the state’s budget …


University enrollment climbs

SEATTLE – Enrollment is up at Washington’s public universities this fall, with most of the increase coming from students who decided to stay in school rather than seek their fortunes …


Fall enrollment up at Wash. public universities

Fall enrollment is up at Washington’s public universities this fall. Most of the increase comes from students who decided to stay in school rather than seeking their fortunes elsewhere in …


WSU regents approve construction bonds

The Washington State University regents have approved $112 million in bonds to pay for two new buildings on the Pullman campus and one at WSU Vancouver.


WSU wins grant for specialty crop research

YAKIMA – The effects of pests, drought and disease on hop and mint plants – and how those stresses influence the taste of beer and gum – will be the …