Nicholas K. Geranios, The Associated Press

Nicholas K. Geranios

The Associated Press

Spokane, WA, United States

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Recent articles by Nicholas:

Washington Ag asks live poultry sales to end because of bird flu

SPOKANE — With bird flu hitting nine flocks scattered across seven counties, the Washington state Department of Agriculture on Thursday requested that live market poultry sales cease for the next 30 days. → Read More

Trump-backed Loren Culp in Wash. House race appears to stall

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The insurgent candidate backed by former President Donald Trump appears to be stalling in a crowded field of Republicans challenging the GOP incumbent for a U. S. House seat in conservative central Washington state. Rep. Dan Newhouse, a four-term congressman, has drawn primary challengers thanks in part to being among the few in his party who voted to impeach President… → Read More

AP: Washington has 50 dams in 'poor' condition that need repairs

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — An small earthen dam in Stevens County that was rated the worst in the state in 2016 had a slightly improved condition when it was re-inspected in 2021, according to an analysis released this week by The Associated Press. The Van Stone Pit Lake Dam was the only high-hazard dam in the state listed in unsatisfactory condition and in need of immediate repairs, the worst… → Read More

Redfin settles lawsuit alleging housing discrimination

The lawsuit alleged Redfin’s minimum home price policy violated the Fair Housing Act by discriminating against sellers and buyers of homes in communities of color. → Read More

Realtors to conservatives living in liberal areas: Try Idaho

Linda Navarre moved to Sandpoint, Idaho, from Cleveland in 1978, when the town consisted of people in the timber industry and hippies “and they all got along.” → Read More

Realtors to conservatives living in liberal areas: Try Idaho

Linda Navarre moved to Sandpoint, Idaho, from Cleveland in 1978, when the town consisted of people in the timber industry and hippies “and they all got along.” → Read More

Rural Idaho town part of trend: Conservatives seeking space

Linda Navarre moved to Sandpoint, Idaho, from Cleveland in 1978, when the town consisted of people in the timber industry and hippies “and they all got along.” → Read More

Suspect arrested in Washington state grocery store shooting

A man suspected of opening fire inside a grocery store in Washington state, killing one person and injuring another, was arrested late Monday night on Interstate 90 near Spokane, police said. → Read More

Strawther leads No. 4 Gonzaga over North Alabama 93-63

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Julian Strawther scored 15 points, Rasir Bolton added 14 points,... → Read More

Holmgren, Watson lead No. 4 Gonzaga past Northern Arizona

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Chet Holmgren had 20 points and nine rebounds, Anton Watson... → Read More

Conservation group sues Army Corps over Columbia pollution

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A conservation group is suing the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, saying the agency is polluting the Columbia River with hot water, oil and toxic chemicals that are killing large numbers of endangered salmon. Columbia Riverkeeper filed the lawsuit Wednesday in federal courts in both eastern Washington and Oregon. → Read More

Timme scores 22 as No. 5 Gonzaga beats Merrimack 80-55

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Drew Timme scored 22 points, making all eight of his shots, and... → Read More

Oregon officials ask public help to find killers of 8 wolves

Officials in Oregon are asking for public assistance to locate the person or persons responsible for poisoning eight wolves in the eastern part of the state earlier this year. The Oregon State Police has been investigating the killing of all five members of the Catherine Pack in Union County, plus three other wolves from other packs, the agency said in a news release Thursday. → Read More

Jake Dickert introduced as Washington State football coach

Jake Dickert was introduced Thursday as the new head football coach at Washington State and vowed to "bring the Pac-12 championship back here to Pullman, Washington. " Dickert was elevated last week from interim coach after the Cougars pounded rival Washington 40-13 in the annual Apple Cup game in Seattle. "My main goal is to re-energize and refocus our program," Dickert said at a news… → Read More

Bolton scores 17 as No. 3 Gonzaga beats Tarleton State 64-55

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Rasir Bolton scored 17 points and Chet Holmgren added 15 as No. 3... → Read More

Wolf killed in Washington state for preying on cattle

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Monday... → Read More

Wolf killed in Washington state for preying on cattle

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has announced that an adult male wolf was killed last week in Columbia County. Monday's announcement drew criticism from wildlife advocates who say that endangered wolves should not be slain for preying on livestock. The agency says the wolf was killed last Thursday in an area of new wolf-pack activity in the southeast corner… → Read More

Jump, Belibi score 14 each, No. 7 Stanford beats Gonzaga

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Hannah Jump and Francesca Belibi each scored 14 points for No. 7... → Read More

Timme scores 25 as No. 1 Gonzaga tops Bellarmine 92-50

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Drew Timme scored 25 points as top-ranked Gonzaga dominated... → Read More

Washington redistricting panel urges high court to look at its maps

SPOKANE — The head of Washington 's bipartisan redistricting commission that failed to meet its deadline for redrawing political maps urged state Supreme Court justices to still consider their work now that the high court will have to complete the process. → Read More