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One of the most coveted Facebook features released earlier this year is undoubtedly the Graph Search, which essentially makes it easier for anyone to find people, photos, places, and interests to connect with and like, and for a long time it was only available to a sele
The NBA Summer League will have one more local addition: Former Washington State guard Derrick Low, who will play for the Los Angeles Clippers.
That comes after yesterday's news that former Gonzaga forward Josh Heytvelt will play for the Cleveland Cavaliers summer league team in Las Vegas and fo
By Andrew Beattie
As soon as you put the word "financial" in the title of an article, many people click away, assuming that the topic will be expressed in arcane mathematics that requires an MBA to understand.
By Andrew Housser
In 2009, with the intent of protecting consumers, Congress passed the Credit CARD (Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure) Act. The law regulates credit card lender practices, including communication with consumers.
RICHLAND, Wash. - Drivers in Richland can expect some delays on a portion of Stevens Drive over the next few weeks.
A three-quarter mile long stretch of Stevens Drive from Van Giesen to Catskill Streets will be closed during the day. Crews will be working on a utility project through mid-August.
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