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  • Deputies looking for suspects involved in illegal marijuana grow in Benton City

    Right now, Benton County Sheriff's deputies are still looking for two people involved in an illegal marijuana growing operation.  

  • Portland man steps in to help residents of Kennewick apartment fire

    KENNEWICK, WA.--     Right now, at least eight families are without a home after a fire in the D building of the Tanglewood Apartment Complex. Kennewick Fire, Kennewick Police, Benton County Fire, and multiple other agencies all responded to the scene around 7:40 Saturday morning. But, as we learned from the residents of the building, they also have one man to thank for their safety.  

  • Hometown Proud: Job growth in Toppenish, thanks to Legends Casino

    For this week's Hometown Proud: What Grows Here, reporter Gilbert Magallon headed to Toppenish, where he checked out how Legends Casino is experiencing growth. 

  • West Richland residents concerned over lack of communication regarding new marijuana shop

    Resident Daniel Richey says he'd be upset no matter what the business would be, if he thought it would interfere with the quiet neighborhood he's grown accustomed to.

  • Hometown Proud: Generations of hops farmers in Toppenish

    For this week's Hometown Proud: What Grows Here, reporter Gilbert Magallon went to Toppenish and checked out Brulotte Farms, where they told him about their hops. 

  • Parents of late two-year-old donate to Richland Public Library

    Today, parents of a toddler who died under the care of his nanny honored their son at the public library in Richland. 

  • Trios Health celebrates second graduating class of residents

    Young doctors in training like McDannel can work up to 90 hours a week and spend more than a decade learning their trade.

  • Reckless burning sparks Slavin Road Fire

    West Valley Fire and Rescue Chief Nathan Craig says reckless burning of garbage is what started a three alarm fire.

  • Fire district wants to pay for your tuition

    The staggering cost of college probably isn't a surprise to anyone.  But what may be, is a program through one of the fire departments in our area that could completely eliminate your next bill.  Few have what it takes to be a firefighter...But if you do...Benton county fire district #4 in west Richland wants to pay for your college . Yes, you read that right.  Lieutenant Aaron Meloy started out as a resident firefighter about 10 years ago.  "When I was a resi...
  • Parts of Yakima Greenway to undergo repairs

    Yakima Greenway visitors be advised, soon certain parts of the path will undergo repairs and closures. 

  • Starting small: Pro West Mechanical upgrading to a brand new warehouse

    Owning a business is a daunting experience because success is never a guarantee. 

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  • Coroner identifies person who died in house fire near Moses Lake Golf Course

    Coroner identifies person who died in house fire near Moses Lake Golf Course

    Friday, June 23 2017 7:25 PM EDT2017-06-23 23:25:38 GMT

    MOSES LAKE, Wash. - One person is dead following an early morning house fire near Moses Lake. Grant County Fire District #5 was called to the home at around 7:30 a.m. on Fairway Drive Northeast near the Moses Lake Golf Course. 

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    MOSES LAKE, Wash. - One person is dead following an early morning house fire near Moses Lake. Grant County Fire District #5 was called to the home at around 7:30 a.m. on Fairway Drive Northeast near the Moses Lake Golf Course. The home was fully engulfed when firefighters arrived, and firefighters say while battling the blaze they found the body of a person inside the home. 

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  • Trios Health celebrates second graduating class of residents

    Trios Health celebrates second graduating class of residents

    Friday, June 23 2017 3:00 PM EDT2017-06-23 19:00:47 GMT

    Young doctors in training like McDannel can work up to 90 hours a week and spend more than a decade learning their trade.

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    Young doctors in training like McDannel can work up to 90 hours a week and spend more than a decade learning their trade.

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  • Palouse Falls State Park temporarily closes during fire

    Friday, June 23 2017 2:02 PM EDT2017-06-23 18:02:46 GMT

    KENNEWICK, Wash. - Officials say Palouse Falls State Park in eastern Washington was temporarily closed during a fire that burned through wild lands north of the park. 

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    KENNEWICK, Wash. - Officials say Palouse Falls State Park in eastern Washington was temporarily closed during a fire that burned through wild lands north of the park. The Tri-City Herald reports that the fire started Wednesday and seemed to begin to die down until winds caused it to grow again. Franklin County Fire Districts and Adams County Fire District brought the fire under control Thursday.

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