U.S. stocks were volatile Tuesday, with the Dow Jones industrial average jumping 150 points at the open before dropping as much as 320 points in the red by late morning. The whiplash came one day after the Dow fell 1,000 points on fears that coronavirus would further stymie the global economy.
The board of All Nippon Airways (ANA) on Tuesday approved a firm order for a dozen Boeing 787 Dreamliners, with an option to purchase five more later, giving Boeing its first sales win of the year.
Amazon’s next step in its disruption of the grocery store business is rolling out in Seattle. Amazon Go Grocery, the online retailer’s first checkout-free grocery store, opened Tuesday morning in a 10,400-square-foot space on East Pike Street between Belmont and Boylston avenues on Capitol Hill.
Investigators from 39 states will look into the marketing and sales of vaping products by Juul Labs, including whether the company targeted youths and made misleading claims about nicotine content in its devices, officials announced Tuesday.
A carload of new airplanes arrived at the Symons-Russell Aviation Co. — and all three of them were already claimed by purchasers.
WSU Health Sciences Spokane plans to expand its resources and support for Native American students, faculty members and prospective students with a grant from the Empire Health Foundation.
On Wednesday, Bloomsday organizers unveiled their full plans for this year’s race, which takes place on May 3.
Johnson, who performs under the moniker Eliza Catastrophe, didn’t get much praise from the show’s celebrity judges, but she will surely be remembered as the first contestant to repulse Katy Perry with a smelly can of sardines.
Four coronavirus patients who were passengers on the Diamond Princess cruise ship remain in satisfactory condition at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane.
The Spokane City Council unanimously approved a 10-year franchise agreement Monday with TDS Telecommunications, a Minnesota-based company that plans to bring high-speed internet and more than 100 channels of cable television to Spokane customers.
A car slammed into the cupcake shop at First Avenue and Washington Street on Saturday morning. No serious injuries were reported.
Marionette Eblacas, 22, was booked into the Spokane County Jail on charges of fourth-degree assault, resisting arrest, attempting to elude police, making false statements, hit-and-run, possession of a stolen vehicle and driving with a suspended license.
The lecture on March 12 will mark the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote.
Monroe, Louisiana-based CenturyLink is planning to layoff dozens of field technicians in the state, including five employees in Spokane, the company confirmed Monday.
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma launched an ad campaign Monday to tell people harmed by their powerful prescription opioid where they can file claims against the company.
Audi halted output of its E-Tron SUV to resolve production issues including battery-supply bottlenecks as it prepares to flank the model with a sportier variant, underscoring the struggles traditional automakers face to boost electric cars and challenge Tesla Inc.
Huawei Technologies reaffirmed its bet that expensive folding smartphones will excite consumers into upgrades, and that Apple’s iPad Pro is a design worth imitating for a new line of tablet computers.
Employment increased in about 80% of the largest U.S. counties in the third quarter of 2019 from a year earlier and wages grew in 350 of 355, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The new precinct will open inside the former Umpqua Bank Building at Riverside Avenue and Wall Street.
The critically acclaimed and award-winning novelist says the two genres have been historically undervalued and overlooked. But the craft of storytelling, even if it’s seen as formulaic, is difficult to master.