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  • 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 …


  • 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 …


  • 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.


  • 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.


  • WSU student hurt in fall from balcony

    Police say alcohol was a factor in another incident at Washington State University, where a student fell two stories early Sunday from a fraternity balcony. Griffin E. Healey, 19, was …


  • WSU student in critical condition after fall

    Police say alcohol played a factor in another fall at Washington State University where a student fell two stories early Sunday morning from a fraternity balcony.


  • Former WSU coach Mike Price retires

    UTEP coach Mike Price is retiring after a 31-year career notable for two Rose Bowl bids at Washington State and a drinking binge that cost him the Alabama job before …


  • Cougars squander lead, succumb in OT

    MALIBU, Calif. – Washington State began its most challenging part of pre-conference play by losing to one of the nation’s weakest Division I programs on Friday night. Pepperdine – which …


  • WSU rolls over EWU in Cougars’ season opener

    Washington State shot nearly 55 percent from the floor, Eastern Washington less than 35. And that simple statistic was at the nub of the Cougars’ 88-69 season-opening nonconference victory over …


  • WSU receiver Wilson quits, cites ‘abuse’

    In a letter faxed Saturday to The Spokesman-Review and other media outlets, Marquess Wilson, Washington State’s career leader in receiving yards, announced he has left the Cougars and their program …


  • In brief: Three WSU soccer players make All-Pac 12

    SOCCER: Three Washington State soccer players are second-team selections to the All-Pac 12 team announced Wednesday. Honorees include junior defender Rachael Doyle of North Epping, New South Wales, Australia; senior …


  • Trufant brothers plan for unique weekend

    SEATTLE – Marcus Trufant has played in a Super Bowl and a Pro Bowl, and is now in his 10th season with his hometown team. Yet for all those experiences, …


  • Mora changes culture at UCLA

    PULLMAN – Everything has changed for the once-struggling program since firing its coach and hiring a new one.


  • Everything starts with family for Trufants

    SEATTLE — Marcus Trufant has played in a Super Bowl and a Pro Bowl, and is now in his 10th season with his hometown team.


  • Cougars get berth to NCAA

    The strength of the Pac-12 Conference – and a 1-0 win over Washington on Friday – assured the Washington State Cougars a trip the NCAA women’s soccer tournament. “Playing in …


  • Cougars draw Portland in NCAA women’s soccer

    The strength of the Pac-12 Conference – and a 1-0 win over Washington on Friday – assured the Washington State Cougars a trip the NCAA women’s soccer tournament. “Playing in …


  • Cougars dismantled by Utes 49-6

    Reggie Dunn returned a kickoff 100 yards for the third time in two weeks and John White rushed for 101 yards and two touchdowns as Utah defeated Washington State 49-6 …


  • Pac-12 basketball coaches stick together

    SAN FRANCISCO – Long ago, back in, say, 1992, Pittsburgh point guard Sean Miller rooted against conference opponents in nonconference games.


  • WSU student died of intoxication

    A Washington State University freshman who died Oct. 27 had blood alcohol content that was five times the level considered legally intoxicated. Kenneth D. Hummel, 18, died early Saturday morning …


  • WSU student died of alcohol poisoning

    A Washington State University freshman who died Oct. 27 had blood alcohol content that was five times the level considered legally intoxicated.


  • Ending losing streak ‘pure joy’ for Eastern volleyball

    It was a celebration nearly a year in the making. Eastern Washington’s volleyball team has endured a long, difficult season, but the Eagles broke through last week with a 3-0 …


  • WSU student with meningitis in stable condition

    A Washington State University student who has a confirmed case of bacterial meningitis was listed in stable condition Tuesday. After two days on a ventilator at Providence Sacred Heart Medical …

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