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College Football World Reacts To 'Wrongful Termination' News

Former Washington State football coach Nick Rolovich has filed a claim against the university seeking $25 million for wrongfully termination. Rolovich and four of his assistants were fired last October after refusing to get vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus. The claim was filed with Washington's Office of Risk Management on...
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Anthony Fauci jokes that he created Covid-19 virus in his own kitchen

Dr Anthony Fauci mocked the many right-wing conspiracy theories about him, joking that he “developed the ancestral model strain” of the virus that causes Covid-19. The chief medical adviser to the president was speaking with Dr Larry Corey at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center in Seattle, Washington on Tuesday to receive the honorary Hutch Award. The award is typically given to baseball players who act as healthcare advocates off the field. Dr Fauci is the second non-player to receive the award. Dr Corey, the former president of Fred Hutch, discussed Dr Fauci’s long career and the future of the...

Suspect dies in police custody, investigation underway in Tacoma

TACOMA, Wash. - An investigation is underway in Tacoma after an armed suspect died while in Police custody Tuesday night. According to the Washington State Patrol (WSP), at around 7:40 p.m., a trooper tried stopping a red Ford truck near the corner of S 37th St. and Pacific Ave. The driver swerved, almost hit a pedestrian and ran a red light. This led the trooper to believe that the driver was impaired.

Redmond Police need help identifying car theft suspect

REDMOND, Wash. - Police are asking the public's help in identifying a man who stole a car from an apartment complex on Sunday, July 31. According to the Redmond Police Department (RPD), the man who was caught on surveillance video stole a red, four-wheel-drive, 2012 Hyundai Sante Fe outside Eaves Apartments in the 15600 block of NE 40th St.

Washington 2024 WR Reggie Witherspoon lands first Pac-12 offer

Seattle (Wash.) Garfield 2024 receiver Reggie Witherspoon III started his recruitment off with a Pac-12 offer. Last week, Arizona State offered the speedy receiver and it was an overwhelming conversation for Witherspoon. "It was crazy, just getting the feeling of getting a FaceTime call from my coach saying I have...

Four killed, three injured after crash on Highway 2 in Glacier County

The following is a press release from the Glacier County Sheriff's Office:. CUT BANK, Mont. - On August 6'*, 2022 at 11:08 p.m., the Glacier County Sheriff's Office Dispatch received multiple 911 calls reporting a head-on vehicle crash at mile-post 215, US 2. The Glacier County Sheriff's Office, Blackfeet Law Enforcement Services, the Montana Highway Patrol, East Glacier Fire, Browning Fire, and Blackfeet EMS responded. Upon arrival Deputies and Officers found Shawn Patrick Neal, 60, of East Glacier Park, deceased in one vehicle and Ti Shalene Stalnaker, 50, of East Glacier Park, gravely injured. Stalaker was transported to the hospital where she succumbed to her injuries.

Blind rapper sentenced to prison after 247 pounds of meth, 42,000 fentanyl pills seized

SEATTLE — A legally blind rapper known as “Mac Wayne” was sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to federal charges. Wayne Frisby, aka “Mac Wayne,” was sentenced to six years in prison with an additional four years of supervised release, as the judge noted “the massive size of the conspiracy and the huge quantity of drugs involved,” federal prosecutors said in a news release announcing the sentence.

Woman killed in crash on Interstate 84 after rolling vehicle

BURLEY — Idaho State Police are investigating a fatal crash on eastbound Interstate 84 at mile marker 206.1 in Minidoka County. The crash occurred at about 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 9, according to an ISP news release. Police reports show a 2006 Ford Focus was traveling eastbound, driven...

Local, state police ask for help to find missing indigenous person

LAKEWOOD, Wash. — Local and state police are asking for your help to find a Quileute Tribe member with dementia who left his adult family home over the weekend. The Lakewood Police Department said Frank Cooper, 59, went missing Aug. 6 around 2 p.m. when he left the Comfort Haven Adult Family Home on Tomahawk Road SW.