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A former police officer from Stanfield, Oregon, has learned to live life paralyzed from the waist down after being attacked while on duty back in... [Read More]
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Local students are already preparing for their first semester that they will spend on a college campus. [Read More]
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Local school districts received $100,000 in donations ahead of the upcoming school year. [Read More]
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A man who has been missing since Saturday after jumping out of a boat into the Snake River was known as someone who worked hard... [Read More]
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After an almost two-year process, a new live fire training facility will soon be available for Pasco firefighters and departments in the surrounding regions. [Read More]
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Those who lived and worked in Hermiston in the 40s and 50s may remember grabbing a drink at the old Union Club on Main Street.... [Read More]
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The city of Pasco is asking for the public's help again as it works on a new city logo . [Read More]
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A bell-ringing ceremony will be held in Tri-Cities on Thursday to recognize the 73rd anniversary of the Nagasaki bombing. [Read More]
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After months of ongoing discussion, city leaders are moving forward with plans to install red light cameras at two busy intersections in Pasco. [Read More]
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Franklin Graham, the son of the late Christian evangelist Billy Graham, is making a stop in Tri-Cities on Tuesday. [Read More]
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For most of her life, Michele Abrams' title has been mom to 15 children - eight adopted and seven biological. Now, she can add entrepreneur... [Read More]
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Members of the Columbia Center Rotary Club got to hear from a U.S. congressman on Thursday. [Read More]
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Many drivers may be extra aware and cautious while driving on New Year's Eve or the Fourth of July, but the deadliest day for drivers... [Read More]
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More kids nationwide may get the opportunity to learn to code under newly signed legislation that was sponsored by a Washington state lawmaker. [Read More]
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If warm, summer days are being spent with your kids at a local playground, keep in mind that play structure surfaces can get dangerously hot. [Read More]
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With football season just around the corner, the Better Business Bureau is advising fans to watch out for phony ticket scams. [Read More]
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Seattle Seahawks tickets will be available for purchase at the Tri-Cities Visitor Center starting this Friday. [Read More]
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When Martin Gerschwitz formed his first band at 16 years old, they immediately learned to play Iron Butterfly's "In-A-Gadda- Da-Vida," a song he was personally... [Read More]
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It's going to be a busy and profitable weekend in the Tri-Cities. [Read More]
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Tri-Cities' annual Water Follies is just around the corner - the area's largest event that draws tens of thousands of visitors. It also draws more... [Read More]
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