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Willie Taylor III finds himself at a new position for Washington State this fall. It’s probably best he doesn’t get too comfortable.
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.
Terrell Bynum can do so much more than catch. Take it from Jason Negro. Or the Mater Dei Monarchs.
Klay Thompson took a break from his main priority this offseason – rehabilitating a torn ACL – to fulfill the last wish of a Golden State Warriors fan facing Stage 4 breast cancer.
Rui Hachimura wears a size 17 shoe, more than enough space to help illustrate his unique family heritage and remarkable personal journey on a pair of basketball shoes.
If you've heard your vote could be voided if someone else uses your name and date of birth to request a replacement ballot, you should know it's highly unlikely.
When the Mountain West begins its abbreviated football season on Saturday, Reeder's Aggies will visit Schmedding's Broncos on BSU's famed blue turf.Their friendship started on EWU's red turf.
SEATTLE – Earlier this month, Washington coach Jimmy Lake was asked about the prospect of getting into the College Football Playoff. Wisely, he refused the bait.
Washington State still doesn’t know what time it will kick off the Nov. 7 season opener against Oregon State, but the Pac-12 Conference announced possible starting times and television slots for both of the Cougars’ Friday games later on in the year.
SEATTLE – The Bronsons always win.
In their only in-person debate of the election season, the congresswoman and her Democratic challenger sparred over the federal response to the coronavirus pandemic and wildfires. McMorris Rodgers also reiterated her desire for closer government regulation of social media based on perceived election year bias.
Intentional burning of underbrush and dead trees – “prescribed fire” to those who practice it – is increasingly regarded as the key tool in making combustible forests fire-resistant and heading off “megafires.” But the technique is rarely used in the West, and prescribed fire rates actually decreased in the Northwest over the past two decades, one study showed.
Four former Eastern Washington standouts appeared in the latest edition of Sunday Night Football.
Two years ago, even as Mike Leach attempted to keep the nature of Washington State's quarterback competition close to the vest, it wasn't a major surprise when Gardner Minshew trotted onto the field to take the first snaps of the season in Laramie, Wyoming.
Like the junior Southern Methodist transfer did several times in the Eagles' historic season, Mitchell manufactured a late, go-ahead touchdown drive to dispatch Sacramento State 28-24 in a Big Sky Conference nailbiter at Roos Field.
Let’s call it the Edefuan Ulofoshio Effect.
At just a little more than $4 million, and most of that going to incumbent Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, fundraising in Eastern Washington in 2020 is on pace to total less than half what was amassed two years ago. With other races nationwide drawing record amounts of money and time on the airwaves, the change likely has more to do with the perceived competitiveness of the race and less to do with the effects of the pandemic.
Jahad Woods had one of the most impressive statistical feats by a Washington State football player not named Anthony Gordon last season, registering 141 tackles in 13 games.
In assessing the qualities he’s seeking in the next Washington quarterback — a four-man battle that will obviously play a huge role in determining the Huskies’ success in 2020 — new offensive coordinator John Donovan kept coming back to one factor.
Nearly two months ago, former Washington State wide receiver Tay Martin left the Cougars for Oklahoma State.