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Coug fans: Head out early because of I-90 work

Coug fans headed to Seattle for the game Saturday should be aware that Interstate 90 near Snoqualmie Pass has, um, issues this weekend.


Undefeated Cougars set to host No. 2 Huskies

Pac-12 volleyball teams are a combined 110-16 for a staggering 87.3 winning percentage, but now comes the great equalizer: conference play. Easy assignments don’t exist in the meat- grinder, round-robin …


Cougars make home debut as facilities work progresses

PULLMAN – The RVs pulled into town on Thursday, the customary time of arrival prior to a Washington State home football game. That much hasn’t changed. But plenty in and …


Benson happy to be back coaching Eagles

Wade Benson’s second stint as Eastern Washington University’s volleyball coach is off to a solid start. The Eagles are 3-4, nothing that will prompt throwing a parade but it’s a …


Rock Doc: Wheat stem rust research offers reason for hope

Scientists have been hard at work in recent years combating a significant disease of wheat. Stem rust is caused by a group of nasty fungal organisms that can infect wheat …


College women’s soccer preview: Making strides

The Washington State soccer team got out of its comfort zone last season under new coach Keidane McAlpine, then found something even better: a return trip to the NCAA tournament. …


WSU makes plans to combat binge drinking

Washington State University will take new steps to try to reduce binge drinking and drug use by students, including scheduling more Friday morning classes and notifying parents if an underage …


Cougars cream of crop at Dairy Quiz Bowl

A Washington State University team scored big and came home with a bowl win recently. While the Cougars are just gearing up for football season, the WSU Dairy Club traveled …


Thompson gets chance, steps up for Cougars

Once a youngster collecting autographs from Jason Hill and Michael Bumpus, John Thompson got a productive taste Wednesday of what it’s like to catch passes in Washington State’s offense.


Mariners draft Gonzaga pitcher Olson

The Seattle Mariners followed the lead of the St. Louis Cardinals and drafted a left-handed pitcher from Gonzaga. West Coast Conference Pitcher of the Year Tyler Olson went to the …


High court mulls WSU water rights

OLYMPIA – Washington State University’s Palouse Ridge Golf Course needs lots of water to stay green in the dry summers – more water than some people think the university has …


Moos tells sports media WSU isn’t done building

Bill Moos said he wanted to build when he accepted Washington State’s athletic director job in February of 2010. He’s already done that, spearheading the efforts that saw construction completed …


Dropdown U.

Last weekend, Bo Levi Mitchell was reminded why he came to Eastern Washington University in the first place. Loyalty, the kind that brought Mitchell to Roos Field last weekend to …


UPDATED: Thu., April 25, 2013, 5:33 p.m.

Pullman police say surveillance video released in error

A video containing excerpts of surveillance camera footage from the night a Washington State University instructor was assaulted was released to The Spokesman-Review by police and published on the news …


WSU students offer plans for Peaceful Valley project

A group of Washington State University architecture students have been working on plans for a possible remodeling of Peaceful Valley Community Center. Professor Matthew Cohen’s third-year architectural design students used …


Judge releases one suspect in WSU assault

No booze, bars or taverns – that’s what a judge told a Washington State University senior when he released him Thursday pending a first-degree assault charge in an attack on …


Two arrested in attack on WSU instructor

An anonymous tip is unraveling the mystery of a brutal attack that has left a Washington State University instructor in critical condition at a Spokane hospital. Pullman police Chief Gary …


Shock receiver Solomon catching on to the indoor game

Everything moves a little faster in Arena League Football. After practice Tuesday afternoon, the Spokane Shock receivers had worn out the live quarterbacks and turned to the automatic passing machine. …


Shock receiver Solomon catching on to the indoor game

Everything moves a little faster in Arena League Football. After practice Tuesday afternoon, the Spokane Shock receivers had worn out the live quarterbacks and turned to the automatic passing machine.


Rodarte uses pageant title as platform to educate others on gang violence

One day when she was in elementary school, Erica Rodarte was sitting on the counter in her family’s two-bedroom trailer, helping her father bake a cake, when she heard a …


UPDATED: Sat., March 9, 2013, 8:40 p.m.

Cougs topple Trojans

Brock Motum scored 31 points and Royce Woolridge added 25 as Washington State closed out the regular season by crushing USC 76-51 on Saturday.


EWU, UI get matchups for BracketBusters

Men’s College basketball: Eastern Washington knows a lot about the Bearkats from the football field, just not much yet about their men’s basketball team. The Eagles will host Sam Houston …


Former WSU runner Samson Kimobwa dies

Samson Kimobwa, who set a world record at 10,000 meters and was part of Washington State’s renowned line of great Kenyan distance runners, died last week in Nairobi, where he …


Lawmakers considering DUI courts for college campuses

OLYMPIA – Washington State University uses many tools to combat binge drinking by students, from mandatory information programs to counseling to notifying parents, a school official told a legislative panel …


UPDATED: Sat., Dec. 29, 2012, 6:54 p.m.

Washington State men beat Idaho State 74-39

Washington State overcame a sluggish start to defeat Idaho State 74-39 on Saturday. The Cougars used a 20-2 run late in the first half to blow open a close game.


Back on the right foot

An awkward step off the curb influenced Tia Presley’s way of seeing things. Almost one year ago, Presley took a false step and broke her left ankle while on a …


WSU women prepare for big challenge

Some may look at Washington State’s upcoming women’s basketball schedule and see a minefield.


UPDATED: Thu., Nov. 29, 2012, 7:40 p.m.

Lisa Brown named chancellor at WSU-Spokane

Lisa Brown, the former Washington state Senate majority leader, has been named chancellor at Washington State University Spokane.


Vestal: Simple scents make good retail sense

It’s beginning to smell a lot like Christmas. Pine, cinnamon, gingerbread, mulled wine, roasting chestnuts – all the sensory cues that strap us to the mast of seasonal nostalgia. Retailers, …


WSU student still in critical condition after fall

A student who fell from a Washington State University fraternity early Sunday morning remains in critical condition, says Sacred Heart officials.