NEWS: Why nobody — not even the New York Knicks — can convince Mark Few to leave Gonzaga.
NEWS: State lawmakers are considering letting a North Idaho rehab program treat vulnerable children for addiction without a license.
NEWS: Spokane's years of pleas for more housing resources from the state are finally paying off.
IN OTHER NEWS...
Coronavirus continues to alter public life. Just yesterday:
- The NCAA announced that tournament games will be played without fans. (CBS)
- The NBA suspended the season, and two Utah Jazz players have tested positive for the illness. (ESPN)
- Tom Hanks and Rita tested positive as well. (Deadline)
- Donald Trump announced a travel ban for Europe. (Vox)
- Spokane officials held a press conference on coronavirus yesterday in which Spokane Regional Health District Health Officer Bob Lutz said that coronavirus "is here" even though we have no confirmed cases yet. (Spokesman-Review)
- Colleges, including WSU and EWU, are moving to online formats. (WSU News)
Beating the Bern
Joe Biden is ahead of Bernie Sanders in the latest count of the Washington primary. (Seattle Times)