Early in the morning of Wednesday, March 4th, the WSU Pullman campus experienced a power outage which affected Johnson Hall, Ensminger Pavilion, the Alumni Center, and nearby greenhouses. Crews are on-site working to repair the outage and restore electrical service.
There are no warnings or emergencies
The Pullman Police Department is investigating a report of an armed robbery that took place around 7pm yesterday (Wednesday, January 21st) on Fairmont Drive in Pullman. The victim was approached by 4 men wearing dark clothing and ski masks who demanded the victim’s belongings. The victim said a handgun was displayed and the suspects left in a dark colored sedan with tinted windows. Fairmont Drive is the road behind the Pullman Walmart. If anyone has information about the event they should call the Pullman Police Department at (509) 334-0802. Remember to try and walk in groups in well lighted areas and to be aware of … » More …
The power outage which affected parts of the Pullman campus has been repaired, and power has been restored to all buildings which were impacted.
Repairs are nearly complete on the electrical feeder line for the Pullman campus which suffered an outage earlier today. Crews have restored service to all affected buildings with the exception of Kreugel/McCallister and Neill Hall. Restoration of power to those buildings is expected by late afternoon or early evening. Power has been restored to the Rotunda dining center.
Check back here for additional information as the situation evolves.
THERE IS NO THREAT TO WSU PULLMAN CAMPUS
There was a shooting reported at the hospital in Moscow Idaho today Saturday January 10, 2015. There is currently no active threat to WSU Pullman campus, the suspect fled towards Spokane, WA and is in currently custody.
THERE IS NO THREAT TO WSU PULLMAN CAMPUS
The power outage which affected multiple buildings in the Southwest portion of campus yesterday has been successfully resolved. Crews restored power effective approximately 2:00pm, 23 December.
There has been a recent outbreak of mumps at our neighboring campus, the University of Idaho. As of November 19, 2014, 10 cases of mumps have been confirmed with over 20 additional reports under investigation. No recent cases of mumps have been reported to date in Pullman or Whitman County.
Mumps is a contagious viral illness that spreads from person to person via droplets of saliva or mucous from the mouth, nose or throat of an infected person; spread is commonly associated with coughing, sneezing or talking. The virus can also be spread when an infected person touches surfaces without washing their hands and another … » More …
Earlier today the WSU Police Department and Pullman Police Department received information regarding a former student whose actions caused concerns that he might be a risk to himself. Acting on information received from both family members and a WSU athletics unit, police located that individual, conducted a welfare check, and have resolved that situation. There is no threat to the WSU Pullman Campus.
The WSUAlert emergency notification system semester test occurred today Wednesday October 29, 2014 at 12:05pm. This was only a test of the WSUAlert systems, during an actual emergency this system would contact you with important information.
If you did not receive appropriate notification by (phone call, text message, e-mail) please visit ZZUSIS and update your registration for emergency notifications.
You can follow WSUAlert on Twitter @WSUAlert.
The fall semester test of the WSUAlert system by the Office of Emergency Management is scheduled for Wednesday, October 29th, at 12:05pm. Faculty, staff and students associated with the Pullman campus who have signed up for notification will receive text messages, phone calls, and emails which will be clearly identified as a test. This test will also include the @WSUAlert twitter account and the campus outdoor warning sirens.
Washington State University places the safety and security of its students, employees, and visitors as its highest priority. WSU has developed the WSUAlert! System to disseminate official information via email, text messages, telephone, loudspeakers, … » More …