The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled nearly 1,200 points Thursday, deepening a weeklong worldwide rout caused by growing anxiety that the coronavirus will wreak havoc on the global economy. It was the market’s worst one-day drop since 2011.
Steven Seagal may have starred in “Above the Law,” but it turns out he isn’t in real life. The 67-year-old Hollywood actor, who also appeared in “Under Siege,” became the latest celebrity punished by the Securities and Exchange Commission for failing to disclose that he was being paid to promote a digital token.
Walmart’s battle with Amazon.com is going Prime time.
Minnesota wheat and soybean farmer Tim Dufault summed up his reaction to the Trump administration’s trade war with China: “The ag economy doesn’t live on promises. Until China buys, we are not buying the promise.”
Contract signings for existing U.S. homes surged in January, rising the most since October 2010 after slumping a month earlier, adding to signs of more momentum in the housing market.
Students in Grant Elementary School’s Dancing and Drumming group spent part of their Saturday afternoon performing African dances for a small crowd at the South Hill Library as part of the library’s Black History Month programs.
Sew Uniquely You offers fabrics and sewing notions and sewing machine repair and service, but its class offerings set it apart
Louis is one awesome dog, the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service said in an email.
By the time you read this, I’ll be wandering around the Northwest Flower and Garden Festival taking in the sweet smell of blooming plants and listening to bird song.
Students 18 and under were invited to participate in a Wastewater Access Cover design contest and they responded in droves, with 280 students of all ages submitting designs in the contest sponsored by Spokane Arts, the City of Spokane, the Lands Council and The Spokesman-Review.
Dale Arnold, who served as the wastewater director under Mayor Mary Verner and supported a more expensive plan to reduce pollutants in the Spokane River, said the new regime at City Hall has an opportunity to push for more necessary clean-up. A multimillion dollar project, the largest infrastructure investment in the city’s history, is expected to finish this year when the last tank designed to trap stormwater and sewer runoff becomes operational downtown.
Eight Wobblies were convicted in a Spokane courtroom of “criminal syndicalism” and sentenced to 30 days in the city jail.
As Spokane has gained nationwide recognition for its job growth, real estate market, affordability and quality of life – it’s time to think forward for the region, said Alisha Benson, CEO of Greater Spokane Incorporated at the organization’s annual event.
The Federal Aviation Administration has prepared an airworthiness directive requiring all Boeing 737 Maxes to be inspected for a manufacturing defect the jet maker discovered in December. All Maxes found to have the defect will have to be fixed before they can fly again, although Boeing doesn’t expect this requirement to add further delay to the aircraft’s return to service.
The young man seen in a viral video striking a dog staying at Jeanne’s Doggie Daycare and Pet Hotel was immediately fired after an employee reported his behavior, the business’ co-owner said Wednesday.
It’s never too early to think about Christmas. At least, that’s the attitude COPS Logan president Michael Carlson has about the annual Santa Store hosted by the local Community Oriented Policing Services shops.
Bayer Chairman Werner Wenning is leaving the German drugs and chemicals company before his term expires, capping a half-century of dealmaking that culminated in the contentious Monsanto acquisition and a blizzard of lawsuits over its Roundup weedkiller. Wenning, 73, will be succeeded in April by Norbert Winkeljohann, 62, who joined Bayer’s supervisory board in May 2018 just before the Monsanto deal closed. The $63 billion purchase was the brainchild of Wenning and Chief Executive Officer Werner Baumann, who was censured by shareholders at last year’s annual meeting.
Centennial Middle School in the West Valley School District has announced its honor roll for the second quarter of the 2019-20 school year.
Anticipation is a feeling of excitement about something pleasant that you know is going to happen, and it’s just about my favorite feeling in the world.
Avista Corp. on Wednesday reported a $5 million increase in net earnings for the fourth quarter of 2019 compared to the prior year.