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  • Body found in the Yakima River near SR 22 bridge; autopsy scheduled

    On October 19 at about 12:26 p.m., the Yakima County Sheriff's Office was notified of a human body that had been discovered by a citizen.  

  • Early morning Kennewick fire displaces two families; destroys one house

    An early morning house fire displaced two families and left one house almost completely destroyed. 

  • 31 Hanford workers exposed to radiation in June PFP incident

    The Department of Energy has confirmed 31 Hanford workers were exposed to contamination in a June incident at the Plutonium Finishing Plant. 

  • Tri-Cities growth: Fresh Out The Box expands beyond four wheels

    When you're driving around town, how much growth do you see? 

  • Shred Day: Where does all the paper go?

    A lot of people dropping off their sensitive documents might wonder: where do they all go? 

  • Local wineries to donate percent of weekend proceeds to CA wineries

    As we see the aftermath of the northern California wildfires, many of our local wineries are looking to help their California counterparts. 

  • Tri-Cities contractor charged with felony theft in consumer scam

    A Richland concrete contractor faces unregistered contracting and felony theft charges in an alleged scheme to steal thousands of dollars from consumers. Jesse Scott Espinoza, owner of Jesse’s Custom Concrete, is accused of accepting down payments for two concrete jobs as an unregistered contractor, then never working a single day on the projects. 

  • 15-year-old charged in Columbia Gorge fire

    On behalf of the Hood River County River District Attorney's Office: "When the Eagle Creek fire erupted a criminal investigation was immediately begun by the Oregon State Police. US Forest Service investigators have been assisting the State Police in this ongoing investigation. As a result of the investigation legal proceedings have been commenced in the Hood River County Circuit Court. A fifteen year old boy recently appeared and was arraigned on a Juvenile Court Petit...

  • CRIME STOPPERS: Daniel Vazquez-Ortega

    Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers is looking for a Daniel Vazquez-Ortega.

  • Kennewick Firefighters investigating early morning house fire

    Kennewick firefighters are trying to figure out what started a house fire on the 1700 Block of South Rainier Street.

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  • PHOTOS: Bomb-sniffing CIA dog fired for not sniffing bombs

    PHOTOS: Bomb-sniffing CIA dog fired for not sniffing bombs

    Thursday, October 19 2017 1:56 PM EDT2017-10-19 17:56:06 GMT

    WASHINGTON - You know they old saying, "If you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life."  Some aren't fortunate enough (or brave enough) to live by that motto, but a pup in training to sniff out explosives in the CIA obviously wasn't digging what she was doing, so she's moving on. Hopefully to something she enjoys more. 

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    WASHINGTON - You know they old saying, "If you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life."  Some aren't fortunate enough (or brave enough) to live by that motto, but a pup in training to sniff out explosives in the CIA obviously wasn't digging what she was doing, so she's moving on. Hopefully to something she enjoys more. 

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  • $1.2 million worth of drugs found after Moses Lake traffic stop

    $1.2 million worth of drugs found after Moses Lake traffic stop

    Wednesday, October 18 2017 9:08 PM EDT2017-10-19 01:08:51 GMT

    MOSES LAKE, Wash. - A traffic stop in Grant County ended up being a major drug bust.  About two weeks ago on October 5, during a traffic stop, Moses Lake Police Department Officers found a man with nearly 80 pounds of meth and heroin in his car.

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    MOSES LAKE, Wash. - A traffic stop in Grant County ended up being a major drug bust.  About two weeks ago on October 5, during a traffic stop, Moses Lake Police Department Officers found a man with nearly 80 pounds of meth and heroin in his car. Through additional search warrants, law enforcement officials found 25 more pounds of meth, seven pounds of heroin and 40 pounds of marijuana. 

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  • The most popular Halloween candy by state

    The most popular Halloween candy by state

    Wednesday, October 18 2017 5:43 PM EDT2017-10-18 21:43:43 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - When it comes to candy, I'm more of a fruity-flavored guy. Skittles, Starburst, and my favorite, Mike and Ike. But if I want to fit in, I'm gonna have to move to North Dakota, Indiana or Florida because that's where those are the most popular according to one website.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - When it comes to candy, I'm more of a fruity-flavored guy. Skittles, Starburst, and my favorite, Mike and Ike. But if I want to fit in, I'm gonna have to move to North Dakota, Indiana or Florida because that's where those are the most popular according to one website.  Halloween candy is a big industry. REALLY big. Billions of dollars will be spent this year on candy for trick-or-treating, but not all of it will be spent wisely.

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