By KASIE HUNTAssociated Press
NORFOLK, Va. (AP) - Republican Mitt Romney anointed Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, an ardent conservative and devoted budget cutter, as his vice presidential running mate on Saturday, and the two men immediately embarked on a tour of campaign battleground states vowing
First Conference Home Game Is Against Saint Mary's
by Gonzaga Athletics
SPOKANE, Wash. - Gonzaga University's men's basketball team will begin the second - and last - season of the new-look West Coast Conference with a pair of road games Jan. 3 at Pepperdine University and Jan. 5 at
By TOM RAUMAssociated Press
As Mitt Romney nears a running-mate decision, he may want to consider some unanticipated consequences of past selections.
He's said to be proceeding carefully to avoid following in the steps of Sen. John McCain, whose 2008 last-minute gamble on Alaska Gov. Sarah
SPOKANE, Wash. - On Saturday, August 11, from 12:00 noon to 1:00 PM, participants from several Spokane organizations will hold hands while surrounding the Sikh Temple of Spokane as its members worship inside.
The action is a symbolic gesture of support, compassion, and protection of the greater
By Mark Guarino
Weeks after fast food chain Chick-fil-A suddenly found itself in the middle of a national shouting match involving gay marriage and the First Amendment, the company now finds itself facing risks to its expansion plans and its overall brand.
The Atlanta-based chain isn't the
SPOKANE, Wash. - A major development tonight on who will be the next Spokane Police Chief as sources close to KHQ tell us that two of the men are the clear frontrunners, Frank Straub and Dan Mahoney. Sources say, George Markert, the director of Public Integrity in Rochester, New York, did not
By DAVID BAUDERAP Television Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - A look at media coverage of the London Olympics:
An opening ceremony from the mother country with a Beatle, a queen and Mr. Bean proved irresistible for viewers in the United States, with a record-setting 40.7 million people watching NBC's
NEW YORK (AP) - A look at media coverage of the London Olympics: An opening ceremony from the mother country with a Beatle, a queen and Mr. Bean proved irresistible for viewers in the United States, with a record-setting 40.7 million people watching NBC's first night of summer
By BEN FELLERAP White House Correspondent
WASHINGTON (AP) - Stubbornly close and deeply divisive, the presidential race throttles into its last 100 days as an enormous clash over economic vision, with the outcome likely to come down to fall debates, final unemployment numbers and fierce efforts
By PHILIP ELLIOTTAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - On a trip to Israel, Mitt Romney is trying to win over a tiny sliver of a small - but powerful - section of the American electorate. President Barack Obama is doing the same at home.
But while Romney's trip is unlikely to change the