This morning we have learned WSU head coach Rolovich has applied for a religious exemption from the state's COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
Washington State University head football coach Nick Rolovich is trying to get a religious exemption from the COVID-19 vaccine mandate, according to his mentor.
Three former Washington State University fraternity members have been sentenced to eight months supervised probation after they pleaded guilty to supplying liquor to a minor the night a 19-year-old freshman died of alcohol poisoning at an initiation event.
Washington State coach Nick Rolovich said Thursday that he intends to follow a new state mandate requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for all those working at the state’s colleges and universities, including coaches.
Washington State University has announced students will soon no longer be able to cite a "personal or philosophical" exemption to the school’s requirement that all who attend get a COVID-19 vaccine.
June Daugherty, the former Washington and Washington State women’s basketball coach who led the Huskies to seven NCAA Tournaments, has died. She was 64.
Many colleges across the country are telling students a COVID-19 vaccination is required if they want to attend classes on campus during the upcoming academic year.
Washington State coach Nick Rolovich said he will not participate on site at next week’s Pac-12 media day in Los Angeles after choosing not to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.
Walking around on a summer night, it feels like Washington is back.
The medical school at Washington State University has received full accreditation, the final step in an academic journey that took nearly six years.
Following an announcement by the Seattle Seahawks on Tuesday, both University of Washington and Washington State University announced that home football games will operate at full capacity for fans.
The Whitman County prosecutor has filed criminal charges against 15 current or former members of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity at Washington State University following the death of a student from alcohol poisoning.
Leaders of Washington State University have voted to establish a full research center with nearly 100 scientists working on a diverse range of cannabis-related projects.
Washington State University, the state's second-largest college, will require students and employees to show proof of COVID-19 vaccinations for the 2021-2022 school year.
A jury has awarded over $1.4 million to four University of Washington marching band students injured in a bus crash in 2018 as the group was headed to Pullman to perform at the Apple Cup.
The Washington State University Board of Regents has voted to stop requiring and using SAT and ACT test scores in its admissions process.
Through interviews, police learned that the night Samuel Martinez died was "Big/Little Night," an event when older fraternity members called "bigs" for "big brother" join their "littles" in drinking.
Meet Charlisse and Krystal Leger-Walker, two sisters from New Zealand, are leading the Washington State University women's basketball program to new heights this season.
Washington State University is currently preparing for a mostly in-person fall 2021 semester.
Researchers have predicted that the Asian giant hornet, an invasive newcomer to the Pacific Northwest popularly dubbed the "murder hornet," will spread down much of the U.S. West Coast if it gains a foothold in Washington.