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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady prevailed Thursday as his his four-game suspension for cheating was overturned by a federal judge.
College football is, without a doubt, big business — at least for schools in the major conferences (with ginormous TV contracts) such as the PAC 12, Big 10 and SEC.
The county clerk in Kentucky who denied a marriage license to same-sex couples on religious grounds — saying she was acting “under God’s authority” — is in the wrong line of work.
Snail mail, while not as popular or crucial at it once was, nevertheless serves an important purpose.
Although it’s hard to believe fall is on the horizon — as temperatures have been hovering at or above 90 degrees — it will be clear this week. The Walla Walla Fair & Frontier Days kicks off for the 149th time.
The nuclear waste at Hanford was supposed to be turned into glass logs. That, at least, has been the plan for the millions of gallons of radioactive waste accumulated over seven decades at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.
Sports fans in Washington state need something to take their minds off the dreadful season the Seattle Mariners are having.
Senate Republicans (and one Democrat who sides with the GOP on many issues) have arched their collective backs to challenge the state Supreme Court’s recent order fining the state $100,000 a day for not fully funding basic education.
The school year has started. Make sure to be aware of and slow down in school zones.
The City Council has been asked by the Walla Walla Alliance for the Homeless — a newly formed group that includes Councilwoman Barbara Clark — to exempt from the state building code some requirements as it seeks to establish a day center and microhousing for the homeless on a piece of land off Pine Street it is calling Madison Park.