SPOKANE, WA (May 11, 2013) – In front of a crowd of 8,730 The Spokane Shock (5-3) suffered their third defeat of the season at the hands of The Orlando Predators (2-5), falling by a single point at 82-83.
RICHLAND, Wash.- Kids enjoyed the fun activities set up at Kadlec Regional Medical Center Saturday. While they all had fun they learned some very valuable safety tips along the way.
The games they played had different lessons built into them.
WALLA WALLA, Wash.- Things got a little spicy at Walla Walla High School today. Three students were busy showing off their culinary talents in a cooking competition.
The vegetables are chopped the stoves heated and the game is on.
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KENNEWICK, Wash. - Future CEO's and business gurus gathered Tuesday in Kennewick for the Junior Achievements High-Tech Business Challenge at the Three Rivers Convention Center.
High schoolers from around the Tri-Cities area competed in a business simulation game.
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SALT LAKE CITY, Utah -- Erik Meyer's 4th down pass into the end zone fell incomplete as the Spokane Shock dropped their second straight game on Saturday, 52-48 against the Utah Blaze.
On the Shock's opening possession, Blaze defensive lineman