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WSU’s Bettinson earns MVP honors at Notre Dame volleyball tournament

Close followers of the Washington State University volleyball team know about Kyra Holt, Emmy Allen and Haley MacDonald, prized recruits in the Cougars’ nationally ranked 2013 class. They’re well aware …


Linda Pall’s garden of hope

Hope grows here – along with cherry, Roma and heirloom tomatoes, basil, Swiss chard, tarragon and thyme. Chives came first. Then “lots of lettuces,” zucchini, broccoli, “some very nice cilantro,” …


Ryan Leaf sentenced to 5 years

Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf has been sentenced to five years in prison in Texas for violating terms of his probation.


Blending worlds, exploring space

Curator Ryan Hardesty imagines ceramics artist Ann Christenson’s studio walls as porous, the boundary between art and life cleared with ease. Ideas move in, become entangled with other ideas, “and …


University District pedestrian bridge would link campus to South Side

The city of Spokane held an open house about the University District Bridge on Thursday presenting the $12 million to $13 million pedestrian bridge that would span Martin Luther King …


Exhibit puts inner workings on display

An exhibit at the Museum of Art at Washington State University brings the “back of house” to front, putting its staff on display as they do the work involved in …


Shawn Vestal: College stats on rape are unbelievable

Wow. So the Wazzu sorority whizzers have been caught on film, denounced and decried, and they’ve come forth with an abject apology. Case closed. If only all questions of justice …


Fresh Sheet: WSU’s Janet K. Beary wins award

A Washington State University nutrition professor has been named Washington Outstanding Dietitian of the Year. The Washington State Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics awarded this year’s title to Janet K. …


WSU cites sorority after students urinate in CdA park

Washington State University will charge a sorority with disorderly conduct and alcohol violations after a group of students were seen and photographed urinating in a downtown Coeur d’Alene park Saturday …


UPDATED: Wed., May 7, 2014, 12:15 p.m.

WSU sorority faces charges over public urination

Washington State University says it will charge a sorority with disorderly conduct and alcohol violations for an incident Saturday in Coeur d’Alene involving students urinating in City Park in front …


WSU students may have urinated in public park

Washington State University is looking into a report that a group of its students – males and females – urinated in full view of the public Saturday in Coeur d’Alene’s …


WSU football will play host to EWU in 2018

PULLMAN – The Washington State football team will host Eastern Washington on Sept. 15, 2018, in Martin Stadium the school announced on Wednesday. The Eagles will also travel to WSU …


Bear research could advance human medicine

I’ve gained 5 pounds since last summer. My body mass index (BMI) is still fine, but I need to stop gaining to keep it that way. Grizzly bears put my …


Reserves give strong showing at WSU scrimmage

PULLMAN – Saturday’s practice, the first scrimmage of spring, may have been “just kind of another day” for Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday, whose easy efficiency was reminiscent of the …


Reserves step up for Cougars

Saturday’s practice, the first scrimmage of spring, may have been “just kind of another day” for Washington State quarterback Connor Halliday, but it was another kind of day entirely for …


Vaccination campaign credited for plunge in whooping cough cases

Two years after a whooping cough epidemic struck Washington state, the number of people infected has plummeted. The state Department of Health credits a campaign to boost vaccination rates.


WSU spring football: WR Vince Mayle emerges slimmer, faster

PULLMAN – College football players spend the winter hidden away from the outside world in a weight room where their work goes unwatched by their autumnal fans. In spring, they …


Lakeland’s Bayley drives toward good finish

Derek Bayley usually puts his golf clubs away for 3-4 months in the winter, but this year his break was a little longer. The talented, three-sport athlete had left shoulder …


WSU researchers work to create cattle vaccine

Researchers at Washington State University have begun work on a vaccine that could save the lives of millions of cattle around the world. The disease, known as East Coast fever, …


Blanchette: Moos gets his man in Kent

What matters is whether Ernie Kent can do more than tread water at Washington State University. Or whether it’s reasonable to expect more than that on a sustained basis.


Cal’s Gray scores 43 points to sink WSU

Reshanda Gray powered for career highs of 43 points and 16 rebounds Thursday night as 18th-ranked California toppled Washington State 75-68 in overtime in Pac-12 women’s basketball in Berkeley, Calif. …


Vandals stand in second place at WAC championships

Rachel Millet (Ferris High) won the 200-yard individual medley, Erica Anderson (Moscow) added a win in the 50 freestyle and Mairin Jameson was tops in the 3-meter diving competition to …


Area roundup: Whitworth’s Shea sets another weight-throw record

Whitworth senior Keegan Shea took first place in the men’s weight throw Friday at the Washington State University Open II in Pullman. Keegan’s toss of 57 feet, 7 inches broke …


WSU history professor found dead in pond

A colleague remembered Washington State University history professor Scott Stratton as a down-to-earth, positive force in the department Wednesday, hours after Stratton’s body was found in a pond east of …


Cougars win 10 events, UI 7 at Idaho Indoor

Washington State had 10 victories and host Idaho seven at the Vandal Indoor Meet Friday night in Moscow, Idaho. WSU pole vaulter Kristine Felix, the 2013 Pac-12 champion, soared 13 …


WSU women give No. 3 Stanford a scare

Washington State has taken the floor 56 times against Stanford in women’s basketball, and 56 times the Cougars have lost. But No. 3 Stanford’s 77-69 victory Friday night in Pullman …


Cougars hold on for Pac-12 women’s victory at USC

Tia Presley scored 21 points to lead five players in double figures Friday as Washington State snapped a three-game losing streak with a 79-75 Pac-12 win at USC after giving …


Golden Bears topple Cougars

California’s Richard Solomon had 12 points and nine rebounds to offset 17 and 11 from Washington State’s D.J. Shelton as the Golden Bears defeated the Cougars 76-55.


Cougars hope to rebound

Although the Washington State has won just two of its last seven games, coach Ken Bone refuses to be hard on his team.


Jensen-Byrd considered a preservation success for 2013

Spokane’s Jensen-Byrd building ranks second on the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s “10 historic preservation saves” list for 2013.