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UPDATED: Mon., Feb. 11, 2019

Owner: Cougar Country won’t close

The owner of Cougar Country Drive-In says the restaurant is not closing and employees will be paid after financial troubles caused rumors the popular business would close.

Pullman pushing for SR 26 passing lanes

Pullman and Washington State University are putting pressure on the state to make State Route 26 safer ahead of schedule.

UPDATED: Wed., Jan. 30, 2019

Pullman’s only winery under investigation for illegal gambling

Pullman’s only winery is under investigation for illegal gambling for possessing a craps table.

UPDATED: Wed., Dec. 19, 2018

Investigation shows missed clues at Utah school before killing of Pullman native

An investigation into the death of Pullman High School graduate and University of Utah student Lauren McCluskey, who was shot by a man she briefly dated found her friends had …

Pullman’s Family Promise to take on warming shelter

Local nonprofit Family Promise of the Palouse recently agreed to organize a warming shelter in Pullman for those looking to escape the freezing weather overnight.

UPDATED: Thu., Nov. 29, 2018

Pullman police sergeant resigns over alleged sexual misconduct with WSU student

Pullman police Sgt. Dan Hargraves submitted his resignation on Monday, a month after he was criminally charged with sexual misconduct and a day before he was scheduled to be interviewed …

Pullman businesses and fans energized by football team’s meteoric rise

Hannah Wilson, a 20-year-old junior at Washington State, doesn’t typically go to college football games. That’s about to change.

Former Cougars cornerback accuses Pullman police of excessive force in 2017 arrest

Treshon Broughton, who graduated from Washington State University last year after two seasons as a cornerback, claims the officers repeatedly struck his head and inappropriately deployed a Taser into his …

UPDATED: Thu., Oct. 25, 2018

Sex offender lurked for days before killing Pullman track star

A sex offender parolee who killed a University of Utah student and track athlete had been lurking on campus for days trying to confront the woman who had broken up …

UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 24, 2018

Man who killed Utah athlete says he manipulated women

A sex offender who killed a University of Utah student he briefly dated once said at a parole hearing that he was a womanizer who manipulated women to get what …

UPDATED: Sun., Oct. 14, 2018

ESPN College GameDay making trip to Pullman for Washington State game against Oregon

ESPN College GameDay announced Saturday night on Twitter that the weekly college football program will make its first trip to the Palouse for the Oct. 20 game between the 17th-ranked …

UPDATED: Mon., Sept. 17, 2018

Pullman police arrest Greek Row arson suspect in Cheney

Pullman police arrested a 19-year-old Cheney man Monday for allegedly starting several fires on Washington State University’s Greek Row.

UPDATED: Sun., Sept. 2, 2018

Delays, complaints mar opening of Pullman’s downtown apartments

Two weeks after a new, luxury apartment complex in downtown Pullman was scheduled to open, residents are just now moving into the building, even as construction continues around them.

UPDATED: Wed., July 18, 2018

‘A bad day for bicyclists’: Child dies, man seriously injured in separate bike accidents in Pullman

A 60-year-old man was hospitalized and a 6-year-old boy was killed in separate bicycle accidents Sunday in Pullman.

Fourth pot shop in Pullman may open next month

Kush 21, Pullman’s newest pot shop, could be open for business as soon as July 1, the store’s manager told the Daily News.

UPDATED: Fri., June 8, 2018

Washington State spring football game returning to Pullman in 2019

WSU will use the spring scrimmage as a platform to promote suicide prevention and mental health awareness – two areas near and dear to Cougar players and fans following the …

Pullman celebrates 130 years with art show

Hundreds of vendors, artists, musicians and admirers converged on Pullman’s downtown corridor Saturday to celebrate the city’s 9th Annual ArtWalk – themed after Pullman’s recent 130-year anniversary.

UPDATED: Fri., May 11, 2018

Man who fell into Palouse Falls identified

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office said dangerous water conditions forced the cancellation of the search for a man who was reported missing after falling into the water at Palouse Falls …

Trashing the neighborhood

The Petry Natural Area, a small stretch of woodland that lies along Missouri Flat Creek near North Grand Avenue, appears to have become an unofficial landfill for some residents.

UPDATED: Wed., April 25, 2018

‘Gang’ fashion prompts armed confrontation with Pullman teens; man sentenced to 31 months in prison

A 22-year-old man was sentenced Monday to 31 months in prison after he pointed a gun at some teenagers in a Pullman apartment complex, thinking they were part of a …

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art opens on WSU campus

A new museum at Washington State University aims to make art accessible to everyone, in accordance with the wishes of its namesake, Jordan Schnitzer.

Lentil fest wins awards

The 2017 National Lentil Festival received six awards at this year’s Washington Festivals and Events Association conference.

UPDATED: Fri., March 30, 2018

WSU research tech arrested on suspicion of child pornography

WSU research technician Robert M. Long, 56, was arrested in his office at Clark Hall, according to police. He is accused of uploading content of minors engaged in sexual acts.

UPDATED: Thu., March 29, 2018

Pullman’s We’re Just Buds to close after Spokane owner’s death

While marijuana stores seem to be blooming like crazy in and around Pullman, one will be closing its doors Saturday.

WSDOT to begin spring projects along U.S. 195, cause delays through summer

Drivers traveling between Pullman and Spokane are being told to expect delays throughout the summer due to construction on U.S. Highway 95. Some projects will begin Monday.

UPDATED: Thu., March 22, 2018

Pullman teen sentenced to at least 5 years for manslaughter

A Pullman teenager who pleaded guilty to killing another teen last year will serve at least five years in prison.

UPDATED: Mon., Feb. 19, 2018

Pullman psychologist accused of sexual assault found dead of suspected suicide in Whitman County Jail

A Pullman therapist and psychologist arrested last week on suspicion of sexual assault was found dead in his Whitman County Jail cell Sunday night.

UPDATED: Sat., Feb. 17, 2018

Longtime Pullman psychologist arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting patient

Longtime Pullman therapist and psychologist Dr. Dean Funabiki was arrested late Friday on suspicion of sexual assault. Funabiki, 67, is accused of sexually assaulting a patient in her 40s during …

Glenn Johnson, ‘voice of the Cougs,’ appointed to Community Colleges of Spokane board of trustees

Glenn Johnson, the four-term mayor of Pullman and college football announcer known as “the voice of the Cougs,” has been appointed to the board of trustees of the Community Colleges …