Archive for March, 2011

Isaiah Thomas to enter NBA draft, will not return to UW

Huskies guard Isaiah Thomas is forgoing his senior season at UW to enter the NBA draft. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Kelly Graves to remain at Gonzaga

Women’s basketball coach Kelly Graves has decided to remain at Gonzaga after a brief discussion about the head job at Washington. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Charge against Venoy Overton to be dropped

University of Washington basketball player Venoy Overton has been given a continuance on a charge of furnishing alcohol to a minor. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Thomas to enter NBA draft, not hire agent

SEATTLE (AP) — Washington guard Isaiah Thomas says he’ll put his name in the NBA draft but will not hire an agent at this time. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Gene therapy shows promise for Parkinson’s

Doctors at Stanford University started treating patients with a new gene therapy. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Extremely low levels of radiation detected in Spokane milk sample

The amounts of radiation are nearly 5,000 times below what the FDA considers to be of public health concern. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Tips: Travel offer investigated

Bill Henson is a big game hunter and trophy fisherman, but now he’s got his sights set on a company that sold him and his wife, Rory, a trip they can never take. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

No ground troops while ‘I am in this job,’ says Gates

Defense officials slammed the brakes on any broad participation in Libya Thursday, with Defense Secretary Robert Gates saying there will be no American ground troops in Libya “as long as I am in this Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

WTO rules some US aid to Boeing is illegal

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AIG names new boss at property casualty unit

NEW YORK (AP) — The insurer AIG, the recipient of a huge government bailout during the 2008 financial crisis, named a new CEO and management team for its Chartis global property casualty business on Thursday as part of a reorganization of one of its main business units. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites