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Surveillance footage shows WSU instructor assault

Surveillance footage from five security cameras at the Adams Mall in Pullman shows several angles of an assault that left a WSU instructor in critical condition for two weeks before being upgraded by hospital staff in Spokane.

Pullman streets’ protection sought

Washington State University students believe that two brick streets in Pullman’s College Hill neighborhood are worth preserving and listing on the city’s new historic register. A group of students taking a historic preservation seminar in the WSU School of Design and Construction will be making a presentation on the idea this afternoon on the WSU campus.

WSU professor assault suspects released from jail

A Whitman County judge on Friday released the remaining suspects in last month’s assault of a Washington State University instructor. Pullman police investigators are working to gather evidence from witnesses so Whitman County Prosecutor Bill Druffel can file formal charges against John “Matt” Cabanos-Soriano, 22, Robert D. Bean, 22, and Joshua W. Nantz, 23, for first-degree assault.

WSU professor upgraded to serious condition

SPOKANE — The Washington State University professor who has been hospitalized since a March 30 assault has been upgraded from critical to serious condition.

WSU president donates reward for arrest in assault case

Washington State University President Elson Floyd has donated a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of those responsible for attacking a professor nearly two weeks ago, according to a statement issued Tuesday.

Beaten WSU faculty member in critical condition

PULLMAN — The Washington State University faculty member who was beaten near campus early Saturday remains in the intensive care unit at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane.

Pullman police seek 4 suspects in faculty member assault

Pullman police are looking for four college-age suspects in a beating that left a Washington State University faculty member hospitalized in critical condition. Detectives released photos Monday of three men and one woman in hopes of solving the case tinged with rumors that it may have been a hate crime.

Pullman wins first boys state basketball title

YAKIMA – Finally after two agonizing near-misses, the Pullman Greyhounds brought a state basketball championship trophy home Saturday night. The Greyhounds outlasted Anacortes, 44-39, at the Yakima Valley SunDome to win the State 2A boys title.

Pullman boys reach State 2A boys title game

YAKIMA – Corey Langerveld needed an address book. Or a GPS. Google Maps. Something.  Langerveld not only couldn’t find the zone – the cliche location that every elite athlete wants to permanently reside in –  in the first six quarters of Pullman’s two State 2A boys basketball tournament games at the SunDome, he didn’t even know its address.

Pullman boys advance at state tournament

YAKIMA – At 5-foot-6 Pullman’s David Ungerer was easily the shortest player on the court during the Greyhounds’ State 2A boys basketball quarterfinal on Thursday against Burlington-Edison. But when the Greyhounds needed a spark, Ungerer stood perhaps the tallest.

Cameras focus on College Hill

Pullman police are using five cameras perched on utility poles outside the Adams Mall area of College Hill to monitor a hot spot of criminal activity. The department purchased those cameras with a $300,000 grant from the Smart Policing Initiative, a consortium of law enforcement agencies that studies more than 30 U.S. cities.

Body cameras aid police in Pullman

Pullman police officers are elevating their surveillance tactics with tiny, wearable cameras, as well as public cameras that monitor sidewalks and streets outside some of the town’s college bars and local businesses. The new 3-inch-long cameras weigh only a third of a pound, making them easy to clip onto a pair of glasses, the side of a hat or a shirt collar. The $50,000 purchase of 25 body cameras and software support is part of a transition from dashboard cameras in patrol cars to what Chief Gary Jenkins – as well as police leaders in Spokane and many other cities – sees as the future of policing.

Pullman promotes historic preservation

Like most of the older cities in Washington, Pullman has its share of homes and commercial buildings with historic character. Yet Pullman has lagged behind other places in Washington in getting those buildings officially designated on historic registers.