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Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is in the final stages of selecting his running mate
Gov. Jay Inslee has the authority to issue emergency orders shutting down businesses in an effort to control the COVID-19 pandemic, a federal judge in Spokane has ruled for a second time.
I’ve been thinking about beans and rice a lot lately, and it’s only partly because I wrote a book about the former. I’ve been thinking about how the combination got me through some of my poorest years when I was putting myself through college after my father cut me off financially.
The national title game would have been held Monday, and Gonzaga had hoped, as it does every year, to cut down the nets to claim its first national championship in men’s basketball. But even without such a victory to stamp its legacy, its stamp is found in more and more places across the country as its coaches and players try to bring tenets of the Gonzaga Way to other programs.
A scoop of well-spiced, warm rice is comfort food to me. I’ll eat it by the heaping forkful, especially when I’m seeking solace in a plate or bowl. I know I’m not alone.
Impressive. In a word, that describes the rookie professional basketball season of Zykera Rice.
Two defendants tied to an insurance-fraud scheme that included Spokane developer Ron Wells were sentenced to federal prison on Tuesday.
Growing up in a Filipino household, rice was a staple. It was served with every meal of the day. Fried eggs over rice for breakfast was my favorite (I’ve even got my daughter hooked). When you break into the egg, the runny yolk seeps into the rice. The coated grains make each bite luscious and rich.
Two defendants, who were tied to an insurance-fraud scheme that included Spokane developer Ron Wells, were sentenced to federal prison Wednesday and ordered to pay restitution to help cover the cost of the insurance payouts.
A business pitchman who claimed to have deals with the father of Michael Jackson and came to Spokane in 2007 with promises of turning the Lilac City into a DVD-making giant has died in federal prison. Erick H. Hansen was 62.
The stereotypical image of homelessness is often a disheveled man, wrapped in his meager belongings, drunk or on his way. Unfortunately, this image is misleading.
Jump by jump, 98-year-old D-Day veteran Tom Rice is nudging closer to his goal of leaping out of planes at age 100.
Dear Doc: My cholesterol is high. My doctor wants me to take a statin, but I’m afraid of its side effects. My friends tell me it’s safe, but my research tells me they’re wrong. I’m taking red yeast rice instead. My numbers are down. Hurray! Now I’m taking something safe and natural. What do you think? – J.K. from Racine Dear J.K.: My default when it comes to supplements used to be “no harm, no foul.” That is until I saw some supplements that have “foul” written all over them. Red yeast rice is one of these.
Fans at Hoopfest’s Nike Center Court were treated to a special surprise as four former Gonzaga basketball players took the court Saturday. Rui Hachimura, the ninth overall pick in this year’s NBA draft, was joined by former teammates Josh Perkins and Silas Melson and women’s player Zykera Rice.
A federal judge on Wednesday sentenced a former substitute teacher, Boy Scout troop leader and Warden City Council member to 10 years in prison after he previously pleaded guilty to receiving child pornography.
Gonzaga’s Zykera Rice has been invited to participate in the Seattle Storm’s May 5 training camp in Seattle, becoming the ninth player in program history to either be drafted or invited to a WNBA training camp.
Zykera Rice, Laura Stockton & Chandler Smith all played their final game in a Gonzaga uniform in a close loss to Oregon State, but their legacy left goes beyond the basketball court.
Most freshman college basketball players just want to get into the game. Sophomores want to score. Juniors want to start. And seniors simply want to win. Especially the seniors on the Gonzaga women’s basketball team.
SWX's Rob Jesselson spoke with Gonzaga about some key injuries to Laura Stockton and Jill Townsend that the Zags will have to move on from as they enter the NCAA Tournament Saturday in Corvallis, Ore.
It takes a team to win a championship, but sometimes it takes a big game from the right player at the right time to get them there.