She worked for years to escape her past, but a routine letter from the police sent her back

She worked for years to escape her past, but a routine letter from the police sent her back

A sharp stench of funk and sweat leak from the two thick brown paper bags as Elizebeth Troudt realizes what's inside.

One man's struggles with schizophrenia end tragically in Idaho

Early one Tuesday morning in mid-October, Nathan Hale puts a change of clothes in his backpack, takes a moment to write a note saying he's heading back to Spokane and then he leaves his room.

Brad Little and Paulette Jordan are set to square off in Idaho's general election

With results in from Idaho's May 15 primary, it's now clear who will be facing off in multiple closely watched races.

Why a tribal treaty rights case in Washington will likely end up in front of the U.S. Supreme Court

Washington state stands to lose hundreds of millions of dollars in fuel tax revenue and possibly more if a state Supreme Court decision involving fuel brought to the Yakama Reservation is allowed to stand.

City Council members accuse public works director of treating employees like garbage

Monday night, City Council President Ben Stuckart and City Councilwoman Karen Stratton announced they would both be resigning from the city's Public Infrastructure, Environment, & Sustainability Committee due to their frustration with Public Works Division Director Scott Simmons.

STD rates are up "across the board," Washington health department says

If you've been diagnosed with a sexually transmitted disease recently, know that now, more than ever, you're not alone. Washington has never seen STD rates this high, the state Department of Health says.

Honey and Tummies: Can we harness the microbes in bee guts to create stronger bees?

Scholastic Fantastic
The eight white boxes in a weedy, fenced-off field behind the big red barn at Eastern Washington University are absolutely crawling with life.

Downtown businesses have increasingly closed restrooms to non-customers — should the city build its own?

Living on the street comes with a constant stream of basic survival questions: Where do you find food?

Scientists feared Trump would cut research funding — so far, the opposite has happened

When Donald Trump was elected president in November 2016, the scientific research community braced for the worst.

A Gonzaga researcher is designing technology to scan bodies in a safer, cheaper, more mobile way

Scholastic Fantastic
Thousands of times every day, doctors around the world look for issues inside their patients without ever breaking the skin, thanks to help from imaging technology like computed tomography (CT) scans, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), X-ray and ultrasound.

A new gravitational wave observatory in India could challenge what we know about physics

Scholastic Fantastic
The frontier of human knowledge can be measured in collisions. With the right instruments, you can hear their echoes, from billions of years ago, many light years away.

WSU researchers find some genes help resist sleep-deprivation, and the military has noticed

Scholastic Fantastic
Imagine a sleep-deprived soldier walking into an ambush.

Scott Maclay announces he will run for sheriff, changes his name to Dumpozzie Dot Com

It's a bit of an understatement to call Rattlesnakes Motorcycle Club founder Scott Maclay a burr in the boot of Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich.

Okanogan River approaches record highs; officials close river off to recreation

The Okanogan River hit major flood stage last week and could get near record highs by Sunday morning, May 20, according to a National Weather Service forecast.

Stevens County Prosecutor Tim Rasmussen accused of sexual discrimination

A former deputy prosecutor in Stevens County is accusing her old boss, Stevens County Prosecutor Tim Rasmussen, of giving preferential treatment to male employees and creating a sexually discriminatory work environment

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