Eastern Washington football players Dehonta Hayes and Keith Moore have both been released from the hospital after suffering gunshot wounds in downtown Spokane early Saturday morning.
Two Eastern Washington football players were shot early Saturday in downtown Spokane’s central bar district, at the intersection of West Main Avenue and North Division Street.
Eleven-time champion Joey Chestnut says he expects this year’s Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest to be “a battle.”
The Spokane Indians honored longtime Albertsons employee and Special Olympian Andrew Vathis, who died in January, by having 30 members of his Special Olympics team, the Wolfpack, and 80 other Special Olympians on the field while his brother Michael threw out the first pitch.
Steven Gray was one of four former Zags participating in Gonzaga Legends, a panel part of The Spokesman-Review’s Northwest Passages Book Club series.
Spokane’s Sandy Zimmerman is the first mother to ever complete an American Ninja Warrior obstacle course.
About 40 million Americans watched the final match of the 1999 Women’s World Cup, and they’ll struggle to recall the score or the opponent.
A cougar attacked a child Saturday evening in a city park in Leavenworth, Wash. The boy’s two dogs fought the cougar, eventually running the big cat off. The boy suffered only minor injuries.
The Ferris High School wrestling coach resigned earlier this month after an investigation was launched into whether he had inappropriate interactions with a female student. The incident marks the third time in four years that a coach at the South Hill school has been implicated with allegations of improper interactions.