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The Los Angeles Dodgers have combed the independent leagues and came up with a Slammer.
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Gesture control for small electronic devices could become a reality with AllSee, developed by University of Washington engineers.
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. They want mental health care to be better coordinated with primary medical care, so communities no longer have to use jails as mental hospitals.
Some visitors who attend John Whitmer's popular Friday night stargazing sessions expect insights based on the position of celestial bodies, as in "when the moon is in the Seventh House."
This year's high school graduates have a slightly better chance of getting into Washington's public colleges and universities, thanks to a fluke of demographics.
David, now 57, works for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Alaska District's Northern Area Office, the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported.
A seven year $9.8 million grant from the NIH's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases was awarded to four Seattle institutions and The Rockefeller University to fund HIV-1 vaccine research.
Twenty-four years after greeting its first class of students, the University of Washington's Tacoma campus has reached several major milestones.
The Northeast Georgia Medical Center's 6th Annual Northeast Georgia Regional STEMI Summit set a record for attendance.
Students in Vickie Bailey's two gifted and talented literacy classes have been selling starfish character cards for $1 to raise money for research.
Great Decisions at the Library will feature the topic "Food and Climate Change" at the next lecture at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, March 15 at Bethany Lutheran Church.
Using the SAT as a standard to judge college-readiness has been a point of debate for years.
Andr Watts burst upon the music scene at age 16 when Leonard Bernstein chose him to debut with the New York Philharmonic in a nationwide Young People's Concerts broadcast.
A new line of human embryonic stem cells that have the ability to develop into a far broader range of tissues than most existing cell lines has been created by researchers.
As you walk into the Kucera Gallery, the rooms glow with the light emanating from Michael Dailey's large canvases.
On August 12, 1999, as Seattle University's law school prepared to move from Tacoma to new facilities in Seattle, temporary employee Melissa Joyner examines and tosses old, unneeded law school records in the Registrars Office.