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Ronald Shurer, a Washington State University graduate who earned the nation’s highest military honor in 2018, was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery Tuesday.
The parents of a University of Utah track athlete who was killed by her ex-boyfriend on campus two years ago reached a $13.5 million settlement Thursday with the university, which acknowledged that it didn't handle the woman's case properly.
More than two years after a former Pullman police officer was accused of coercing a WSU freshman to perform a sex act to get out of an underage drinking arrest, the state has revoked his peace officer certification.
Grocery Outlet Bargain Market has opened a store in Pullman that employs more than 30 workers.
The officer who wrote Washington State University’s women’s basketball coach a ticket related to a party violating COVID-19 gathering rules suggested she move the party as opposed to disbanding it, body camera footage shows.
“It really got my thinking maybe for the first time in my life about this kind of stuff,” Triplett said. “I’ve had an African American son for 18 years and this stuff has been going on this whole time. He’s had some racial incidents, but mostly minor things. For the first time it just really hit me, what can I do?”
Exploding case counts in Whitman County has Spokane County Commissioners re-considering if they should invest some CARES Act funds in local universities that are opening in-person.
Colton's across-border football move to play this fall holds statewide significance amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Alex Guerrero never imagined he would spend his first year in college at home with his parents. But when Washington State University announced in July that classes would be online, Guerrero decided to stay home because of growing COVID-19 concerns and having lost two family members to the virus.
Despite Washington State University offering courses remotely, college students returning to Pullman have led to a near doubling of Whitman County’s COVID-19 case count in just four days.
Three days before fall classes begin, Washington State University officials warned students and staff of a “substantial increase” in COVID-19 cases in Pullman among people ages 18 to 24.
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories CEO Dave Whitehead has a launched a new podcast that explores topics affecting the electric power industry.
Parties and other social events in Pullman have prompted the city’s police department to announce it would crack down on violations of Gov. Jay Inslee’s pandemic regulations as Washington State University students return to town.
The plan was to open mid-March coinciding with the start of golf season. To prepare, remodeling started in January: Fresh paint, updated lighting, new tables and chairs, the removal of a wall to make the space feel more open, the addition of commissioned works and more.
Washington State University President Kirk Schulz has taken a voluntary 10% pay cut for one year and turned down a $50,000 retention bonus as the university works to regain its financial footing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In February 2019, Pullman Police broke up a fight outside a bar by using pepper spray against a Black man. Statistics show that arrests and use of force by the department are disproportionate to the city's demographics.
Back in 2004, a group of middle-aged men sat in a downtown Pullman coffeeshop to talk about forming a soccer team. They weren’t doing it for their kids. They were creating a team for themselves.
Police body camera video reveals how Pullman Police broke up a fight between two or more young men on February 3, 2019 using pepper spray and Tasers, taking the two men into custody. The officers later talk about the charges that might be made in the case. Warning: profanity and violent fighting.
Shopko’s bankruptcy created an opportunity in Pullman for two national retailers that are thriving during the coronavirus pandemic that has forced numerous stores to close temporarily.
Rural counties in the Inland Northwest avoided COVID-19 outbreaks this spring, and now, rural hospitals are finally reopening, bringing back furloughed employees and ready to welcome back patients.