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  1. UW medical students now learn hands-on patient care from Day 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 6 | Seattle Times

    Dr. Thomas Rea knelt at the side of the man lying motionless on the ground. "Hello! Hello! Are you OK?" he said urgently, feeling for a pulse in the man's neck - and finding none.


  2. Red state, blue state: Watch 40 years of political change in WashingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 1 | Seattle Times

    In the past generation, Washington voters have split in a schism harder than nature's ragged Cascade divide. The state's more rural counties east of the mountains have grown redder while the populous counties west of the divide have gotten bluer.


  3. Sorelli holds off stable mate to win $54,000 Quarter Horse race at Emerald DownsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 21, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Sorelli held off stable mate Stella Corona to win by a head Sunday in the $54,000 Bank of America Emerald Downs Championship Challenge for Quarter Horses. Winning jockey Eswan Flores said he got to know Sorelli, who paid $6.60, $4.40 and $3.60, while finishing second in the trials two weeks ago.


  4. 2 fires in Spokane area destroy homes, force evacuationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 21, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Two wildfires in the Spokane area have destroyed several buildings and forced the evacuation of hundreds of people, the Spokane Spokesman-Review reports. A fire in north Spokane that is one-sixth of a square mile in size has burned buildings and led authorities to issue a mandatory evacuation order on Sunday, the newspaper reports The Spokesman-Review says the evacuation boundaries are Valley Springs on the south, Thierman Road on the east, Joseph Lane on the north and a west boundary due north and south of Joseph Lane.


  5. 'I'm no terrorist,' says inmate under FBI review in SpokaneRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 4, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Jerome Curry Jr. doesn't claim to be an angel, but the 47-year-old says he's baffled that the FBI has linked him to murderous radical groups. Jerome Curry Jr. converted to Islam while in prison in 2010, but he claims he's hardly devout.


  6. Washington attorney general seeks immediate help for Hanford workersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 23, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Workers wearing protective clothing and footwear inspect a valve at the "C" tank farm on the Hanford nuclear reservation near Richland. More than 50 workers have received medical evaluations after reporting exposure to vapors in recent months.


  7. Spokane startup led by Blue Origin vet raises $1.3 million to drill for clean energyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 30, 2016 | Seattle Times

    HyperSciences has raised about $1.3 million of a $2 million round to launch high-powered projectiles into the earth as a drilling technique. A Spokane company has raised $1.3 million to develop technology that launches fast-moving projectiles into the earth in order to find a cleaner energy source.


  8. Three public forums planned on deal to buy Group HealthRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Consumers can weigh in on the proposed acquisition of Seattle's Group Health Cooperative by Kaiser Permanente during three public forums in June and July. Consumers can weigh in on the proposed acquisition of Seattle's Group Health Cooperative by Kaiser Permanente during three public forums in June and July.


  9. State must fix special ed funding, too, advocates tell high courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 10, 2016 | Seattle Times

    As the state Supreme Court once again weighs whether the Legislature is doing enough to comply with the court's 2012 McCleary decision, the justices are hearing from many of the same groups: the plaintiffs in the case, of course, the state Superintendent of Public Instruction, and others. But this year, the justices are hearing a new voice, too: from advocates for more than 125,000 Washington students who receive special education services.


  10. Vegas, 9 other cities get grant for community court programRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Court officials say Las Vegas Township Court is one of 10 in the nation to win a grant to begin a community court program to redirect petty offenders in quality-of-life cases. Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Bita Yeager says the award involves a $200,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice and technical assistance from the nonprofit New York-based Center for Court Innovation.


  11. Sanders lags in delegates but leads in likabilityRead the original story

    Apr 12, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Bernie Sanders is still behind when it comes to delegates and votes, but he has one clear advantage over his Democratic and Republican presidential rivals - a lot of people actually like him. By 48 percent to 39 percent, more Americans have a favorable than an unfavorable opinion of Sanders, giving him the best net-positive rating in the field, according to a new Associated Press-GfK poll.


  12. In Spokane County, marijuana outsells wine, milk and bread - but not beerRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Legal marijuana sales in Spokane County topped retail sales of wine and kitchen staples such as bread and milk last year. That's according to sales numbers from the Washington Liquor and Cannabis Board and a survey of household expenses conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau.


  13. Nine other things buried in state's supplemental operating budgetRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2016 | Seattle Times

    State lawmakers Tuesday touted their supplemental operating budget agreement for its spending on mental-health and homelessness programs, as well as its protection of rainy-day reserve funds. Here are some lesser-known parts of the agreement, according to the supplemental budget proposal and summary issued Monday night: a $32 million for a settlement in the lawsuit known as Moore v.


  14. Chicago mayor to introduce new interim police superintendentRead the original story

    Mar 27, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Mayor Rahm Emanuel has rejected three finalists recommended by the Chicago police board for the city's top police post and selected the force's current chief of patrol as the new interim superintendent, his office said. The mayor's office said in a statement late Sunday that Emanuel was appointing Chicago Chief of Patrol Eddie Johnson as interim superintendent.


  15. Disliking the Mariners commercials, praising Mark Few, pleading with Pac-12: Times readers sound offRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 19, 2016 | Seattle Times

    It's as if they hired a new agency who didn't have a clue about Northwest humor and certainly didn't capture the occasional magic of the efforts of past years. Even in the worst of seasons on the field, we could always count on a few good laughs, or at least a comfortable smile, from the team's annual TV commercials.


  16. UC Berkeley to review head coach's role in harassment caseRead the original story

    Mar 16, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Officials at the University of California, Berkeley, are reviewing whether the men's head basketball coach correctly handled sexual harassment allegations against one of his assistants. The review aims "to dispel any doubts" about coach Cuonzo Martin's role in the case that led to the firing of assistant coach Yann Hufnagel, athletic director Mike Williams said in a statement late Tuesday.


  17. 4A Girls Basketball: Top-ranked Central Valley takes down BeamerRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2016 | Seattle Times

    But the University of Colorado commit walked out of the Tacoma Dome with her head held high following a 55-37 loss to top-ranked Central Valley of Spokane in a Class 4A state semifinal. Sophomore Lacie Hull scored 16 of her game-high 18 points in the second half for Central Valley, which returns to the state-championship game for the first time since 2004.


  18. 4A Girls Basketball: Snohomish upsets Lewis & Clark, 54-50 in OTRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2016 | Seattle Times

    So of course it would be Madison Pollock and Madeline Smith leading the way as the eighth-ranked Panthers upset No. 5 Lewis & Clark of Spokane Thursday in the state quarterfinals of the Class 4A state girls basketball tournament at the Tacoma Dome, 54-50 in overtime.


  19. In first round of 4A tourney, two unbeatens square offRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 28, 2016 | Seattle Times

    No. 1 Bellevue vs. No. 2 Lynnwood in 3A - both nationally ranked - could happen in the Friday semifinals, just like last year, as they wound up in the top half of the bracket during the draw Sunday at WIAA headquarters.


  20. Gonzaga to join UW in Spokane medical-school partnershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 24, 2016 | Seattle Times

    The University of Washington announced Wednesday that it has formally joined with Gonzaga University to train medical students on the Jesuit school's Spokane campus as part of a five-state medical partnership known as WWAMI. The partnership will start this fall, when 60 first-year medical school students will begin their training in Spokane, joined by another 40 who are already studying there.


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