Let's face it: We are all going to die someday. It's just a fact of life. But an unsettling new research paper written by four Washington State University faculty and students points out that eastern Washingtonians likely to die sooner than west-siders ...

Stacy Lee

According to the report, eastern Washington has higher death rates than western Washington in categories like cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer's -- even suicide.

The report basically chalks it up to lower incomes on the east side of the state vs. the westside and access to health care ...