Tag search results
Tags let us describe our content with keywords, making it easier to find what you're most interested in. Use the search box to look for tags, or explore our coverage with the lists below.
Insect experts say people should calm down about the big bug with the nickname “murder hornet” – unless you are a beekeeper or a honeybee.
The fate of five old Victorian houses in Spokane’s West Central Neighborhood has been decided after years of efforts to transform them into affordable housing units.
Call them zombie cells – they refuse to die. As they build up in your body, studies suggest, they promote aging and the conditions that come with it like osteoporosis and Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers are studying drugs that can kill zombie cells and possibly treat the problems they bring.
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has been forthright about what he believes are the root causes of mass shootings. A few months ago, the Republican blamed gun violence on children’s access to smartphones, video games and psychotropic drugs.
The internet is riddled with long-forgotten accounts on social media, dating apps and various shopping sites used once or twice. Sure, you should delete all those unused logins and passwords. But is it even possible to delete your zombie online footprints – or worth your time to do so?
A talent agency has confirmed the death of a Quebec model known for his head-to-toe tattoos and participation in the Lady Gaga music video “Born This Way.”
New law will help the city of Spokane clean up abandoned properties that are becoming a nuisance.
ATHOL – Scarywood special effects director Chris Russell stood up on the balls of his feet Thursday as he layered makeup on a 7-foot, 350-pound zombie. Prepping the final dress rehearsal for Silverwood Theme Park’s new Planet Zombie attraction, which debuted Friday night, Russell had already put in a day’s work and was visibly fatigued.
George Romero, whose classic “Night of the Living Dead” and other horror films turned zombie movies into social commentaries and who saw his flesh-devouring undead spawn countless imitators, remakes and homages, has died. He was 77.
Google and YouTube can’t tell the difference between promoting terrorism and rekilling the undead, a new lawsuit claims.
Spokane police seized 36 guns and thousands of rounds of ammunition from the home of a convicted felon who was involved in a shootout with Las Vegas police in 2013.
Squatters evicted from Spokane Valley home that was neighborhood nuisance for years.
The original web version of this morning's story on the city's struggle with zombie properties came with a map that was a bit hard to read. We put an easier to read version inside the blog before switching it in the main story.
City of Spokane seeks state help to monitor and fight “zombie properties.”
REI’s classes in “Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse” could come in handy the day after Election Day.
The Portland City Council voted Wednesday to move forward with a plan to foreclose on so-called “zombie homes” for the first time in 50 years as the city grapples with a swelling population and skyrocketing home costs that are locking new homeowners out of the market.
If “Goosebumps” is this year’s kid-friendly scare fest, zom-sex-com “Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse” will try to eat the brains of every teenage boy on Halloween night. Which is ideal, because you’d have to have the brain of a teenage boy to appreciate this tired take on the zombie genre. Filled with haphazardly executed and shopworn horror and teen movie tropes, “Scouts Guide” is passable for a zombie movie – if you’ve never seen a zombie movie before.
The Incredible Corn Maze in Hauser has been fined $14,000 by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration for the death last October of a Spokane Valley teenage worker who was dressed as a zombie when he slipped beneath a school bus and was crushed. Jeremy T. McSpadden Jr., 18, died Oct. 10 when he was run over by the converted “zombie slayer” bus that was part of the Halloween attraction.
The Incredible Corn Maze in Hauser has been fined $14,000 by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration for last October's death of a teenage worker who died when a "zombie slayer" bus rolled over and crushed him.
The tactless, self-centered zombie, ever an easy target, is the perfect antagonist in a series of new TV spots about the best ways to interact with people with disabilities. Four 30-second public service announcements produced by Disability Action Center Northwest and featuring an ill-mannered zombie shedding body parts will be provided to television stations and movie theaters in the Northwest.