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Washington State athletic department projects $67 million hole, will discuss plans to reduce debt at Board of Regents meeting

PULLMAN – Washington State anticipates its multiyear athletics debt will reach $67 million by the end of the 2018 fiscal year, a school spokesperson confirmed to The Spokesman-Review Friday, and the s... read more

University of Michigan expansion: Buying land in Ann Arbor raises questions about tax base

In a state filing, the university reported owning buildings totaling 33.56 million ... so does Ann Arbor. One is good for the other," U-M regent Andrea Fischer Newman said in an interview after a Dece... read more

Rocky Fire Update And Realignment's Effect On Firefighting

The Rocky Fire outside Clearlake ... part of the state’s firefighting efforts for decades. But Cal Fire has been worried that court orders and new laws that are reducing the state’s prison population ... read more

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