FBI Offers Reward For Info On Missing Omak Man
The FBI says foul play is suspected in the disappearance of the man.
Number of Jobs, Jobless Rate Up in Washington State
More jobs were available, but it seems more people looked for a job
House Bill Offers Financial Aid For Victims Of WA’s Old Racist Covenant Laws
The laws, which existed in the early part of the 20th Century, excluded many different minority groups from home ownership in certain neighborhoods
WSU Drops Covid Vaccine Mandate for Most Students
The University will no longer require students to get a Coronavirus vaccine beginning this summer
Dickert to Stay as Head Coach for WSU Cougs
Dickert took over as interim coach back in 2021 after Nick Rolovich was fired.
Washington Mulls Bill Tightening Drunk Driving Legal Limit
The bill would set a standard for blood alcohol content that's matched only by Utah law.
Rolovich Files Suit Against WSU, Inslee, Chun
The Coach was let go after refusing the Coronavirus vaccine