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The parents of a University of Utah student killed on campus by an ex-boyfriend said Monday they feel a fresh sense of betrayal after new allegations surfaced that a police officer investigating her report kept explicit photos that were intended as evidence.
The Pullman Islamic Center appears to have been a victim of vandalism Tuesday.
PRH announced Thursday it would cut all hourly and salary employees’ pay by 25% over the next 60 days in an effort to maintain the necessary cash to keep the doors open. With elective surgeries and outpatient procedures all but canceled, the health care center must rely on donations and dwindling options for state and federal assistance to keep the lights on.
The availability of downtown parking has long been a concern for many Moscow residents, so the city plans to examine the parking system this year.
A Washington state representative has introduced a bill in response to fines levied against the city of Pullman for violations that occurred during an April flood rescue.
The suspect allegedly stabbed a 17-year-old, then later called to turn himself in. The 17-year-old stabbing victim is expected to survive.
The Whitman County coroner confirmed Monday that Samuel Martinez, a 19-year-old Washington State University freshman, died of acute alcohol intoxication during a party at his fraternity house last month. Coroner Annie Pillers also determined Martinez’s death on Nov. 12 was an accident, despite questions raised about the time it took his peers to call 911.
The Pullman Regional Hospital Board of Commissioners will schedule a retreat soon to decide what to do next following the failure of a $29 million bond for hospital upgrades.
Pullman voters narrowly rejected a bond measure that would have allowed Pullman Regional Hospital to expand its facilities, electronic records and prepare to apply for a residency program with the WSU College of Medicine.
Theo Lawson breaks down WSU's victory over Stanford this past Saturday. With a win under their belt, the Cougs face Oregon State with a 5-5 record.
With an estimated 40 ballots left to be counted, it appears the Pullman Regional Hospital’s $29 million bond likely will fail.
The Whitman County Auditor said her staff worked 16-hour days processing voter ballots following the Nov. 5 election. Even with those long hours, hundreds of ballots remain uncounted more than a week after Election Day as Sandy Jamison’s staff tries to sort out the questionable ballots, which take longer to process.
The member of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity was discovered unconscious and not breathing Tuesday morning, and was declared dead in the fraternity house just after 8:30 a.m. Police are investigating, and the coroner’s office is performing a death investigation.
Spokesman-Review's Theo Lawson breaks down WSU's 0-4 losing streak on the road. Cougs return home this week where they will play Stanford.
Pullman’s Eliason Kabasenche said he felt the pressure this season as the defending State 2A cross country champion.
Pullman residents so far seem to approve of a $29 million bond measure to expand Pullman Regional Hospital, but results will come down to the last ballot counted.
Low voter turnout in Pullman may put the $29 million bond for Pullman Regional Hospital to expand its facilities and services on hold.
Pullman Regional Hospital will build a 45,000-square-foot outpatient medical facility, upgrade its electronic records system and take a major step toward creating its first residency program if voters pass a $29 million bond in November.
Theo Lawson is back, but this week he is breaking down the WSU vs. CU game. After a 41-10 win against the Buffs, the Cougs now sit 1-3 in the conference.
SWX Rob Jesselson & Spokesman-Review Theo Lawson breakdown the Cougs loss to Arizona State University and what to expect as they get ready for the CU Buffs.