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Here's all the scores from Saturday's championships and semifinals from all across the Treasure State.
White Sulphur Springs is undefeated and heading to the 6-Man State Championship for the first time in program history. The last time the Hornets won a title was the 1963 Divisional game, before the state title game existed. They will play the Medicine Lake Redhawks on Saturday at 1 p.m.
Kika Kaui had options and time at the outset of 2020.
Walgreens will squeeze primary care clinics into as many as 700 of its U.S. stores over the next few years in a major expansion of the care it offers customers.
When it comes to living for a century, good genes help. However, other influences to reach 100 such as environmental and socioeconomic factors weigh in more than previously thought, Spokane researchers say.
A genetic analysis of COVID-19 patients suggests that blood type might influence whether someone develops severe disease. Scientists who compared the genes of thousands of patients in Europe found that those who had Type A blood were more likely to have severe disease while those with Type O were less likely.
UW Medicine announced furloughs of about 4,000 members of its unionized workforce in spite of the health care system’s position at the forefront of COVID-19 response efforts both locally and globally.
UW Medicine has announced furloughs due to the coronavirus pandemic in spite of its position at the forefront of COVID-19 local and global efforts.
Unionized University of Washington Medicine staff and labor organizers rallied at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle on Thursday, calling for better protections from the novel coronavirus and protesting planned furloughs and layoffs in the face of $500 million in losses during the current pandemic.
More than 70 companies have signed up to sell so-called antibody tests in recent weeks, according to U.S. regulators. Governments around the world hope that the rapid tests, which typically use a finger-prick of blood on a test strip, could soon ease public restrictions by identifying people who have previously had the virus and have developed some immunity to it.
Gonzaga basketball always keeps Dr. Molly Gilbert on the edge of her seat. It’s a good one, too, just 11 rows behind the GU bench, where Gilbert has sat for more than two decades and cheered on the GU men. That seat is nearby for a good reason.
Leif Mattson had a goal and an assist as the Spokane Chiefs wrapped up a five-game Western Hockey League trip with a 2-1 victory at Medicine Hat on Saturday night.
After reporting no new cases at St. Joseph’s Orphanage in Spokane the day before, on Feb. 17, 1920, 34 new cases were reported, including two sisters. The sudden outbreak puzzled doctors.
After 37 years, Patrick Zim Pearce – known as P.Z. – has retired from the Spokane sports medicine pillar he help build with stints as a team physician for the Spokane Indians, Spokane Chiefs, Seattle Seahawks and Eastern Washington University, among other roles.
Once operated out of the historic Carnegie Library on downtown Spokane’s western edge, the Washington State University Nursing College now trains students with evolving technology and offers advanced degrees, decades after the call for nurses to receive college training.
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.
Drug-resistant “superbug” infections have been called a developing nightmare that could set medicine back a century, making conquered germs once again untreatable.
CVS apologized and said it’s investigating after a Purdue University engineering student was denied the purchase of over-the-counter cold medicine by employees who questioned his immigration status, refusing to accept his Puerto Rican driver’s license and U.S. passport.
Dr. Alexi Matousek talks about his work in Haiti.
Spokane-based Occupational Medicine Associates is joining MultiCare Health System.