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Connor Halliday appears to be done with football

Connor Halliday has been rehabbing since November to prepare himself for professional football, but now appears to be finished with the sport.


WSU moving on med school plans

Washington State University is pushing ahead with plans to establish its own Spokane-based medical school and expects to have its inaugural class of students enrolled for the fall semester in …


UPDATED: Mon., May 4, 2015, 5:23 p.m.

WSU searching for med school dean

Washington State University is pushing ahead with plans to establish its own Spokane-based medical school and expects to have its inaugural class of students enrolled for fall semester 2017.


WSU museum hopes to raise $1 million from art sale

The WSU Museum of Art is hoping to make $1 million by selling two paintings in its permanent collection. The sale of the paintings by Walter Ufer would fund an …


Surgery scheduled for Theia, the dog that was buried alive

Theia, the Moses Lake “miracle dog” who survived being hit by a car, beaten and buried alive, is due for treatment at Washington State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Pullman …


Treatment in the works for Moses Lake dog who rose from the grave

Theia, the Moses Lake “miracle dog” who survived being hit by a car, beaten and buried alive, is due for treatment at Washington State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Pullman …


UPDATED: Fri., April 10, 2015, 8:51 p.m.

Todd Shulenberger named soccer coach at WSU

Less than five weeks after the resignation of women’s soccer coach Steve Nugent, the Cougars have found a replacement


WSU touts $3.4 billion economic impact

A new study says Washington State University generated more than $3.4 billion in economic impact within the state last year.


WSU’s DaVonte Lacy, Josh Hawkinson collect awards from Pac-12

PULLMAN – The Pac-12 men’s basketball coaches voted Washington State senior guard DaVonte Lacy first-team All-Conference and named Josh Hawkinson’s the conference’s Most Improved Player, it was announced on Monday. …


WSU women’s soccer coach resigns after 13 months on job

After only 13 months on the job, Washington State women’s soccer coach Steve Nugent unexpectedly announced his resignation Monday afternoon. Citing personal reasons, Nugent said he would resign effective March …


Four corners: Washington State Cougars

Coming up: Sunday, WSU at UCLA, 6:30 p.m. (FOX Sports 1) Outlook: While UCLA will doubtlessly be favored over Washington State at home, the Cougars are forming a habit of …


Abby Regan of WSU sets school indoor mile record at Husky Classic

Washington State senior Abby Regan set a school record in the mile Saturday at the Husky Classic indoor track and field meet in Seattle. Regan crossed in 4 minutes, 43.91 …


WSU medical school in Spokane gets legislative support

OLYMPIA – Identical bills that could pave the way for Washington State University to start its own medical school in Spokane were filed Wednesday in the Senate and House. Rep. …


Researchers discover brain-specific protein that could help fight flu

Battling the flu could someday be as much as about inhaling some extra brain protein as reaching for another tissue. Researchers at Washington State University in Spokane have discovered that …


UPDATED: Fri., Jan. 16, 2015, 7:31 p.m.

WSU cancels pharmacy classes after receiving threat

WSU Spokane has cancelled classes at its College of Pharmacy after receiving an unspecified threat this morning.


Reardan product Kelsey Moos helps lead Arizona State women past WSU

Katie Hempen hit four 3-pointers and all seven of her free throws for a career-high 21 points, leading No. 18 Arizona State to its ninth-straight win as the Sun Devils …


Women’s basketball: Inland Northwest teams off to successful starts

The Eastern Washington women’s basketball team went into the Sunshine State this week as apparent alligator bait for Florida, which had a four-year run of claiming its own Gator Holiday …


Smart Home Project records movement, behavior

If anyone ever noticed, which is unlikely, it appears that Linda Moulder and Jerry White have smoke detectors in every room and a few other peculiar places – inside the …


Tools can help aged keep independence

Sometimes a simple tool to help someone put on a pair of socks or open a jar can keep an elderly person or someone with disabilities living independently in their …


Spokane’s medical school expansion a complex venture

OLYMPIA – Around the Capitol, the debate over physician education in Spokane is sometimes called the Apple Cup for medical schools. Although some take sides as they do for the …


WSU med school plan has broad support, statewide poll finds

Washington State University’s bid for its own medical school appears to enjoy substantial statewide support. A poll conducted for Gallatin Public Affairs shows 81.2 percent of state residents favor WSU …


Soccer: Too much of good thing?

Steve Nugent has an interesting take on high school and club soccer. He’d like to see less of it.


State legislators support new medical education model

The legislators backing Washington State University’s bid to establish its own Spokane-based medical school said Tuesday the rural doctor shortage is so severe the state needs more than one approach …


Gonzaga may partner with UW on Spokane medical school

Gonzaga University may jump into the medical school fray. The university announced this afternoon that is is exploring a partnership with University of Washington to operate an expanded physician training …


WSU quarterback Luke Falk has already passed some big tests

PULLMAN – When Luke Falk found out that the football coaches at Idaho no longer considered him worth one of their scholarships, he felt too ashamed to tell his parents. …


College volleyball: Colorado again hands Washington first loss of season

Taylor Simpson had a career-high 29 kills and Colorado handed second-ranked Washington its first loss of the season with a 27-25, 26-24, 17-25, 23-25, 15-11 triumph in Pac-12 Conference action …


Whitworth volleyball team tied for first after slow start

The Whitworth Pirates opened the Northwest Conference volleyball season a month ago with road losses to Pacific Lutheran and Puget Sound. They haven’t lost a NWC match since. They’ve gone …


Whitworth volleyball team tied for first after slow start

The Whitworth Pirates opened the Northwest Conference volleyball season a month ago with road losses to Pacific Lutheran and Puget Sound. They haven’t lost a NWC match since. They’ve gone …


WSU, UW split ways on medical school

After years of yearning to have broader medical education offering, Spokane may now have both of the state’s leading universities competing to train doctors.


College soccer notebook: WSU women face big test on Friday, Sunday

After barely passing a pop quiz last weekend, the Washington State women’s soccer team faces a major test this week in the Bay Area. In their Pac-12 opener on Friday, …