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On a college campus it’s probably common that face masks are required inside campus buildings. However, the real issue with that is where those face masks end up. It’s almost a guarantee that your walk to and from campus you might see a disposable face mask on the ground or laying in the dirt. While… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN (Murrow News 8) – Police released the names of the victims in Saturday morning’s shooting on College Hill. Police said Liban Barre, of Kent, died at Pullman Regional Hospital. WSU student Brandon Gray was injured, taken by Lifeflight to a Spokane hospital. Late Saturday morning, Pullman Police announced the arrest… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH -Let’s rewind back to spring 2020. Pre-COVID-19 shutdown. The WSU Horticulture Club had around $53,000 worth of plants growing in their greenhouses for their largest sale of the year, Mom’s Weekend… which got cancelled. The pandemic put a huge financial strain on the Horticulture Club. During the shutdown, Co-Advisor,… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH – “I collect mainly from two areas,” Jason Shull said, a Pullman rock enthusiast, “they come from Washington and Idaho. I go on big walks and hikes and kick rocks over and try to determine what material might end up being good and what ends up being what we call… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH – It has been a tough, trying year for people around the world. The Pullman Police Department is one such group that has had a lot on their plate this last year. COVID-19 has added a lot of work stress to the already stressful job of being an officer.… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN – Every senior has paid their graduation fee at Washington State University for the lowest amount possible by March fifth. Without any clarification from WSU Graduations, many students are not sure why there is an additional fee just to graduate. Senior Haley Cyr feels that it is an unnecessary cost.… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN- The WSU design and construction team took first place at a construction competition last Thursday. The competition included 1,100 students from 47 universities in this year’s Associated Schools of Construction competition. The WSU team won first place in the commercial category beating out 12 other teams. The win meant a… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN (Murrow News 8) – Just five days after a robbery suspect shot him through the eye, “Chief” is going home. The Moses Lake Police Department K-9 Unit dog left the WSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital Wednesday morning, in a processional with law enforcement from around the region. The 3-year-old German Shepherd… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, WASH. – Downtown Pullman could potentially see some new developments, depending on city council approval. On February 25, the Pullman City Council voted to approve the “Downtown Master Plan” at their weekly meeting. The plan details different beautification efforts, pedestrian crosswalk and sidewalk improvements, as well as a change Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN – Trimpin: Ambiente432 returned to the main atrium of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the start of the spring semester. The exhibition is an interactive experience that allows the audience to become a part of the art. “What I love so much about it is that it’s unexpected,”… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN (Murrow News 8) – Pullman is losing a major overnight shopping option. Over the weekend, Pullman’s Walmart announced a change to their hours as of February 1. They will be open from 6am to 1am daily. The announcement was also made on the local Walmart Facebook page. The Walmart opened… Read More
More Murrow News Stories PULLMAN, Wash. – Kappa Sigma was released from the Interfraternity Council membership and is banned from returning to University recognition until 2024, according to the IFC Senate. The national fraternity has been promoting its chapters to leave the IFC in effort to gain more freedom and control of their own operations. “They finally… Read More
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