A 63-49 win over the Tampa Bay Storm on Saturday, coupled with losses by both Chicago and San Antonio, earned the Spokane Shock a playoff berth.
San Jose's win over San Antonio also clinched a playoff spot for the SaberCats.
The Shock erased a halftime deficit en route to the win on Saturday, ho
FRIDAY, July 5 (HealthDay News) -- Companies may be looking at the wrong things when using Facebook to screen job applicants and, as a result, could be overlooking people who would be good employees, a new study suggests.
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PASCO, Wash. – The
Franklin County Auditor's Office is reminding voters that the deadline for
online or mail changes to voter registration status, either
new registrants or updates, is Monday, July 8th.
RICHLAND, Wash. -- Richland Police want the public to be aware of a level three sex offender moving into the area.
46-year-old Phillip J. Motyka Jr. has moved to the 500 block of Berkshire Street in Richland.
Motyka is 5'5'', about 175 pounds with blue eyes and brown hair.
Spokane's newest addition didn't need introductions to most of his teammates, the Shock administrative staff or football followers in the Inland Northwest.
Former Eastern Washington University receiver Nicholas Edwards has joined the Shock, roughly a year after se
PASCO, Wash. - Joshua Elliott, 31, was nearly killed when he stepped on an improvised explosive device, while serving in Afghanistan back in 2011.
"It threw me directly up in the air and I dropped straight back down through the whole in the roof that the bomb had made," said Elliott.