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Alissa Anderson's three-year study of Canada lynx living in Glacier National Park has an extra wrinkle due to COVID-19. The grad student has been able to observe the animal living without human interaction as portions of the park were closed during the pandemic.
Supporters of President Donald Trump who took part in a scientific while watching Thursday's debate reacted more strongly than others when one candidate attacked the other.
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.
A police officer will not face criminal charges for showing explicit photos of student-athlete and Pullman High School graduate Lauren McCluskey during an investigation of the man who killed her days later.
The Washington State University Faculty Senate voted Thursday to cancel spring break and replace it with one-day academic breaks throughout the semester, amid concerns of that spring break travel would cause another outbreak on campus.
Why do garden spiders hang upside down in the middle of their webs? That’s a great observation. Garden spiders and other orb-weaver spiders crawl all around their webs, but we often see their heads pointing down toward the ground. My friend Todd Murray, an entomologist at Washington State University, told me about a group of scientists.
Dr. Brian Hunter, a beloved and community-minded veterinarian in the Spokane community, died from kidney cancer in mid-August.
With Washington's legal marijuana sales seeing a boost during the pandemic, a legislative committee that oversees the industry is studying whether to increase the amount of information on product labels and keeping track of the growing number of studies taxes from those sales support.
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.
Ants build mounds in all shapes and sizes. Beneath those piles of dirt, ants are building their underground homes. That’s what I my friend Rob Clark, an entomologist who studies bugs on plants. His job is to figure out if bugs make a plant sick or help the plant grow.
Universities in the Inland Northwest are back in class – or will be soon.
Whitman County’s COVID-19 case count rose to 422 Saturday, nearly tripling the county’s numbers since last week, according to a Whitman County press release.
The WSU College of Nursing is conducting a study on breastfeeding relationships, and researchers need to hear from more moms who are breastfeeding healthy newborns. Some could win in a drawing for a gift card.
An investigation by an outside lawyer has found no evidence of gender discrimination against the former provost and executive vice president of Washington State University, who served in that position for less than two months last fall.
Washington State University announced last week a new commitment to address racial bias in policing, following an internal investigation which found campus police arrested Black people at about four times the rate of white people.
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 will begin analyzing samples for COVID-19, as case counts continue to climb in Eastern Washington and the demand for more testing capacity does as well.
Washington university administrators, Gov. Jay Inslee and bipartisan members of the state’s congressional delegation on Tuesday denounced new visa restrictions imposed by President Donald Trump’s administration.
We can make paper in lots of different ways. It often starts with trees. In fact, one of the first kinds of paper we know about was made in China using rags, plants and bark from mulberry trees.
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.