A former chemist at a Massachusetts drug lab who admitted faking test results in criminal cases pleaded guilty Friday and was sentenced to prison in a scandal that has jeopardized thousands of convictions.
Well, yes I do. I was rising out of a chair to leave Mrs. Benson’s freshmen high-school English class, when someone burst in with the news. I remember being shocked, but really more confused. Assassinate the president? Shoot the President of the United States? That does not happen now. That wa
Last chance to have fun before the friends and relatives descend on you next week — or before you have to pack up, brave the travel crowds and descend on someone else. So get out there and amuse yourself. Our list of weekend entertainment suggestions, as always, just skims the top of what the
Missing kayaker: Searchers with the Whitman County Sheriff’s Office are looking for a kayaker missing on the Palouse River. KHQ reports that authorities were called when the woman failed to return from a kayaking trip on the river near the town of Palouse. Expensive jaywalking stop for the cit
The Latin Grammy Awards Thursday, Nov. 21, 2013, honored many proven superstars, including Marc Anthony, but there also were signs that a new generation of artists, such as Gaby Moreno, is continuing to elbow its way into the front row.
The coastal razor clam digs are still on top of the charts as far as late fall outdoor activities go. Digging was excellent since the most recent openings began Friday, Nov. 15 through Wednesday, Nov 20. “In general it has been a good series of digs,” said Dan Ayres, the head state Fish
Morning links: — Our notebook from today’s paper, leading with the Pac-12′s reprimand of Steve Sarkisian. — The News Tribune on UW’s uncertainty at quarterback. — A “doomsday scenario” for the Beaver? — One long-time Oregon State fan is giving up