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Deadlocked jury forces mistrial in case of Pullman Police sergeant accused of sexual misconduct

After 11 hours of deliberation this week, all 12 jurors told the judge Thursday there was no chance they would reach a verdict within a reasonable time.

Airway Heights residents asked to participate in water exposure study

In an informational meeting on Thursday, Airway Heights residents learned about the part they can play in a study on exposure to per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).

It’s been over two years since people in Airway Heights learned their drinking water was contaminated.

Minshew throws 2 TD’s , leads Jacksonville to win over Titans

Former Washington State Cougar quarterback Gardner Minshew threw 2 first quarter touchdown passes to lead the Jacksonville Jaguars to a 20-7 win over Tennessee on Thursday Night Football.

Confession from former Lewis and Clark student accused of threats cannot be used in trial

A judge ruled Thursday that prosecutors cannot use a confession made by a teenager accused of making threats towards students at Lewis and Clark High School during his trial.

Rate of abortions drops to lowest level since Roe v. Wade

In the 46 years since abortion was legalized nationwide, the country has never seen abortion rates this low. But those decreases might have little to do with anti-abortion laws passed across the country in recent years, researchers say.

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