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    • The Pay 'n Pak is coming back

      TRI-CITIES, WA - On June 2nd, boat racing fans in the Tri-Cities will get a chance to see some of their favorite boats...whether it's the Miss Madison Homestreet Bank boat cruising on the water, or the Graham Trucking U-5. But they'll also get a chance to see what was once a legendary boat, a boat that was certainly a fan favorite. Taking the boat racing community by storm in the 70s, this boat went on to win a world title in 1974 and a gold cup in '75, both coming in the Tri-Ci...

    • Pre-season hydro testing beginning June 2nd

      TRI-CITIES, WA - In less than two months, boat racing will be back in the Tri-Cities. On June 2nd, The H1 Unlimiteds are coming to town for testing. And who will be coming exactly? Only some of the biggest names in the sport. Jimmy Shane and the Miss Homestreet Bank boat will be there, as will J. Michael Kelly in the Graham Trucking U-5. Kelly Stocklin in the Bucket List U-18 will be testing, as will Brian Perkins in the U-21 Payne West and Andrew Tate in the Les Schwab boat. But th...

    • NBC Right Now, SWX only stations in country to broadcast live H1 Unlimited boat racing

      NBC Right Now and SWX are the only stations in the country to broadcast live H1 Unlimited boat racing. Watch the video for more.

    • Anticipated Silver Cup Postponed To 2016

      Fans looking forward to seeing the hydroplanes back on Lake Coeur d'Alene will have to wait another year. Organizers of the 2015 Silver Cup Unlimited Hydroplane Race say they're postponing the event until 2016.
    • PHOTOS: Up close & personal - Gonzaga in Denver and their win against Seton Hall

      KHQ.COM - Before Thursday night's game against our Zags, Seton Hall was "talking some smack" as they like to say. The private New Jersey university was everything but humble going into their first NCAA tournament appearance since 2006. In an interview with SWX's Sam Adams, Angel Delgado mentioned he didn't think Gonzaga could beat them because they were slow and not athletic. "They don't play teams like us," he said.

    • SPOKANE, Wash. -- Spokane's Avista Stadium has been named the 2015 Northwest League Field of the Year, extending the stadium's unprecedented run of success in turf management."When I took over, I knew I better not be the guy to stop the streak," said Spokane Indians Head Groundskeeper David Yearout, who has helped oversee a tenth straight year of winning the award for Avista Stadium.
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