Spokane, Wash. - Budget problems have been a concern in Spokane for a while with shortages forcing layoffs across the city. Now it looks like the next victim could be the Spokane Public Library system.
Those who went inside the East Side library would smell cinnamon on Friday. The staff was
DENVER (AP) - A mediator handling the distribution of about $5.3 million in donations to victims of the Colorado theater shootings said Friday that disbursement amounts have been finalized.
A gunman killed 12 people and injured at least 58 others at an Aurora movie theater July 20.
The WSU Board of Regents gave the green light for a new $61 million football operations building to be built at the west end zone area of Martin Stadium.
The vote was unanimous and gave the school permission to begin construction on the Monday after the Apple Cup. It will be complete by June 2014.
By TOM KRISHERAP Auto Writer
DETROIT (AP) - Two years after a wounded General Motors returned to the stock market, the symbol of American industrial might is thriving again.
Sunday marks the anniversary of GM's initial public stock offering in November 2010. The company has made money for
By MARCY GORDONAP Business Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) - JPMorgan Chase and Credit Suisse have agreed to pay a combined $417 million to settle federal civil charges that they sold risky mortgage bonds to investors ahead of the 2008 financial crisis that the banks knew could fail.
JP Morgan did not
By TRACIE CONEAssociated Press
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) - A California slaughterhouse where videotaped mistreatment of cows prompted the largest meat recall in U.S. history has reached a symbolic $500 million settlement with an animal welfare group and the federal government.
The record penalty for
By VERENA DOBNIKAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - It took only hours for Superstorm Sandy's surging waters to destroy an emergency drop-in center for homeless gay youths. Four feet of water swamped the hallways and rooms, buckling the linoleum floors and caking the electrical outlets with