The four patients receiving treatment for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) at Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center were not showing symptoms when they were transported to Spokane on Thursday amid scrutiny of saftey measures.
Yakima was humming with the news that five high school girls from the “best” families had all been arrested and placed in juvenile detention, The Spokesman-Review reported.
WarnerMedia’s new streaming service will debut with some extra “Friends.”
Spokane police arrested a 36-year-old Spokane woman on suspicion of second-degree murder Friday afternoon in relation to a body found in a northeast Spokane home on Thursday. Melissa Lee Ann Martin was booked into the Spokane County Jail at about 2:30 p.m. Friday.
Bishop Thomas Daly expressed “concern that Gonzaga Law School will be actively promoting, in the legal arena and on campus, values that are contrary to the Catholic faith and natural law.”
Joy, deep faith and mourning were on display Friday when the family, friends, community and former colleagues of Rev. Bernard J. Coughlin gathered to say goodbye to the longtime former university president and chancellor at St. Aloysius Church during a Mass of Christian Burial.
Deere & Co. had a surprisingly strong first quarter after an extended period in which the tractor and construction equipment maker was bruised by the ongoing trade war between the United States and China.
Tim Eyman – a perennial initiative sponsor and 2020 Republican candidate for governor – concealed more than three-quarter of a million dollars in contributions to previous initiative campaigns, a Thurston County Superior Court judge ruled Friday.
Spokane’s former police chief, Anne Kirkpatrick, was ousted on Thursday as Oakland’s police chief after three years in the job.
Wells Fargo is nearing a settlement with federal authorities over accusations of widespread consumer abuses that have haunted the bank for more than three years, a person familiar with the discussions said.
President Donald Trump promised in an all-caps tweet Friday to provide additional bailout funding to American farmers if necessary, as questions arise over whether China’s purchases of agricultural products will fall short of what it pledged in the recently signed trade deal.
Sales of previously owned U.S. homes remained robust in January as low borrowing costs and higher wages continue to make purchasing more attainable.
The stars have aligned for gold, as concerns that the coronavirus outbreak may damage growth, hurt risk assets and add to pressures for easier monetary policy trigger a global hunt for havens.
Korbin Cabrera seemed shocked by the transformation, spending the first several minutes saying little more than “Wow,” “Whoa,” and “Cool!”
One obituary is a portrait of a life. Several taken together, though, build a portrait of a community. Recent obituaries in The Spokesman-Review have told the stories of farmers, nurses, plumbers, maintenance workers and engineers.
Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors had a suggestion for Gonzaga University audience members asking how to rectify issues in their communities: organize.
A proposal to ban the sale of high-capacity gun magazines in Washington died by not receiving a vote by a key deadline Wednesday evening, but gun-control advocates quickly reloaded with a new proposal.
Local health officials and Sacred Heart executives stressed that the risk to the general public in Spokane for contracting the novel coronavirus is low.
In a ceremony mixed with joy and sadness, the Spokane Tribe of Indians on Thursday marked the adoption of federal legislation that will compensate the tribe for 2,500 acres of land lost to the dam’s floodwaters.
After less than two months on the job, former WSU provost Mitzi Montoya described receiving sexist performance evaluations and other resistance from fellow administrators. “I learned that there are major concerns about me – I need a personality transplant, I need to be more feminine and conforming in my communication style, and I need to be less intelligent,” she wrote in a September email to President Kirk Schulz.