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No. 4 Stanford women improve to 53-0 against Cougars

For nearly 18 minutes, Washington State women’s basketball coach June Daugherty saw just about everything she wanted to from her team. The Cougars took everything No. 4 Stanford (16-1, 7-0 …


Huskies’ Wilcox has stress fracture, to miss more games

SEATTLE – Washington guard C.J. Wilcox has a stress fracture in his right femur near his hip and is doubtful to play next weekend against California and Stanford. Wilcox sat …


Huskies dominate second half, pull out win over Cougars

SEATTLE – It’s not inaccurate to say Terrence Ross stole the show Sunday afternoon, sparking a second-half burst that helped Washington run Washington State out of Hec Edmundson Pavilion in …


Mead wrestlers place second

MISSOULA – Mead’s Jeremy Golding, Chandler Rogers and Jordan Rogers all won individual titles as the Panthers took second place at the Rocky Mountain Classic Saturday at Sentinel High School. …


Huskies make it 33 straight against WSU women

PULLMAN – It’s supposed to be the simplest shot in basketball. Yet on Saturday night for the Washington State women, trying to convert an uncontested layup – just like trying …


Cougs zero in on UW’s Wroten

The essence of Washington’s most dangerous player is captured via conversation with two players who must defend him this afternoon.


Huskies hold off Redhawks in all-Seattle battle

C.J. Wilcox scored nine of his career-high 25 points during a crucial stretch late in the second half, Tony Wroten added 24 and Washington held off Seattle’s second-half rally for …


Roundup: Cougar women claw way to 2OT victory over Beavers

Sage Romberg hit a jumper with 2 minutes, 10 seconds left in the second overtime Saturday to give Washington State the lead before Tia Presley and Jazmine Perkins hit free …


Even Huskies fans can’t dislike Baylor’s Griffin

You’ve gotta hate this guy. For three and a half hours on Thursday night, Husky fans, you’ve got to find it in your hearts to despise college football’s most exciting, …


UPDATED: Thu., Dec. 8, 2011, 6:35 p.m.

Police says they’ll stop harassing pot supporters

The King County Sheriff’s Office and the Washington State Public Stadium Authority have agreed to stop harassing people collecting signatures outside the Seahawks football stadium for an initiative that would …


Paths are similar

SEATTLE – As of Monday afternoon, Baylor football coach Art Briles hadn’t had a whole lot of time to research his upcoming opponent in the Dec. 29 Alamo Bowl. But …


Idaho man charged with trying to assassinate Obama

BOISE, Idaho — An Idaho man accused of firing an assault rifle at the White House believed he was Jesus and thought President Barack Obama was the anti-Christ, according to …


Huskies face questions other than Price’s status

SEATTLE – An encouraging MRI result on the hurt knee of Keith Price has only added questions, not answers, to the University of Washington’s quarterback situation. And yet that’s only …


Huskies running back Polk piles up big, quiet numbers

SEATTLE – It seemed somewhat fitting, if not a tad bit cruel, that one of the finest first-half rushing performances in recent University of Washington memory got blurred by a …


UW defensive coordinator Holt faces heat

SEATTLE – The 65 points Washington allowed last Saturday to fourth-ranked Stanford resurfaced disenchantment with the Huskies’ defense and third-year coordinator Nick Holt. Since Holt, formerly the head coach at …


Huskies must cool down hype surrounding Luck

SEATTLE – The way the University of Washington football coaches and players have been talking this week, a person might expect a 30-foot tall, Cardinal-red Transformer to walk out onto …


Kearse brothers shine for Washington

SEATTLE – The Page 1 rule of football practice that prohibits a player from unnecessarily flattening his teammate is accentuated for lowly high school sophomores honing in on the star …


Huskies learn how much they miss linebacker Foster

SEATTLE – After losing the most important player on the field to the eighth overall pick in the NFL draft, the University of Washington football team looked like its most …


Economic recovery likened to mirage

OLYMPIA – With economic recovery described as “a mirage in the desert” and a projected gap between income and spending growing to $1.4 billion, state officials began setting the stage …


Washington Huskies coach Steve Sarkisian disappointed in team’s effort

SEATTLE – Huskies football coach Steve Sarkisian had some good news to deliver early Monday afternoon. The stable of players injured in Saturday’s season opener, which included starting quarterback Keith …


Some folks are missing the point of vaccines

We’re No. 1. Measles will be overjoyed. A new report shows that more parents in Washington refused to have their children vaccinated than any other state in the nation. I’d …


Idaho ranks low, falling for school spending

It’s not just that Idaho ranks 50th in the nation for per-pupil spending on schools, an area where the state long has ranked low. It’s that Idaho’s ranking for school …


Special session seems likely

OLYMPIA – The Washington Legislature is unlikely to finish work by Easter Sunday, making a special session all but inevitable, Senate Majority Leader Lisa Brown said Friday. At her weekly …


Washington cuts coal use, gains potential as exporter

The sandy black gold arrives by rail every day and piles up in giant mounds on a spit just off shore. From there, it’s loaded onto ships bound for Asia. …


Smart Bombs: Here’s a teachable moment

We’ve heard plenty about how public employees are to blame for budget deficits around the nation. It’s as if the Great Recession never happened, and instead public employee unions suddenly …


D.C. holiday means extra weekend to file taxes

Looks like we can thank the District of Columbia for this one. The Internal Revenue Service today announced the deadline to file and pay federal 2010 taxes has been pushed …


No. 13 Stanford dominates Washington

SEATTLE - Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck outclassed Jake Locker, and it wasn’t even close. Luck ran for a 51-yard touchdown the first time he carried the ball, directed Stanford to …


Washington wineries now top 650

SUNNYSIDE, Wash. Hugh and Kathy Shiels wanted to stand out when they started Cote Bonneville winery in 2001, and at $100 a bottle for their initial vintage, they certainly did. …


Initiative has social service agencies worried

Recent polls that show Washington’s I-1033 with a comfortable lead have alarmed nonprofits that work on housing and children’s issues. They’re asking volunteers to help defeat the measure, which would …


Home sales increase in Spokane; prices still lagging

Home sales picked up in Washington state in the second quarter compared with last year — the first quarter-over-quarter improvement in sales numbers in more than two years, according to …