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  • Business Spotlight: New hops fields in Walla Walla Valley

    The Walla Walla Valley is well known for its wine. However, now it's home to a whole new beverage business venture. 

  • Father dies trying to save his son from drowning

    A father is dead after trying to save his son from drowning.

  • Wapato students participate in NASA project

    Imagine being a teenager working on a project for NASA - a project that could help astronaut when they're in outer space. 

  • Throwback Thursday: Prohibition-age hops in the Walla Walla Valley

    For this week's Throwback Thursday, we talked to Walla Walla Hops - the first certified hop yard in the Walla Walla Valley. 

  • Road 100 development plan in the works

    If you've driven down Broadmoor Boulevard in Pasco, you've probably noticed the empty lot across from Delta High School. 

  • Construction sparks fire in Hermiston hospital; 200 evacuated

    Scary moments for staff and patients at Good Shepherd Health Care System in Hermiston on Thursday when 200 people had to evacuate because of a fire. 

  • Two suspects wanted after shots fired near Clearwater Bay Apartments

    At about noon on Thursday, Kennewick Police officers responded to a shots fired call near the Clearwater Bay Apartments on West Clearwater. 

  • Washington State Patrol targeting unsecured loads

    The Washington State Patrol (WSP) is conducting a statewide “Secure Your Load” emphasis from April 27, 2018 through April 29, 2018. 

  • Brad Sawatzke - Chief Executive Officer

    Brad Sawatzke named Energy Northwest CEO

    Energy Northwest’s executive board today named Brad Sawatzke as the agency’s chief executive officer. 

  • Local food bank struggling with community trash troubles

    For over a year now, the Toppenish Community Chest has been dealing with an ongoing situation of people coming to dump out household items in front of their doorstep. 

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  • New recycling program from Hasbro turns your kids' old toys into flower pots and park benches

    New recycling program from Hasbro turns your kids' old toys into flower pots and park benches

    Wednesday, April 25 2018 10:49 AM EDT2018-04-25 14:49:17 GMT

    Hasbro is offering parents a new option for getting rid of their child's unwanted toys: Recycling.  The toy company is launching a new recycling program that encourages parents to send back any "well-loved" toy or game that they will be recycled and used to build play spaces, flower pots, and park benches. 

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    Hasbro is offering parents a new option for getting rid of their child's unwanted toys: Recycling.  The toy company is launching a new recycling program that encourages parents to send back any "well-loved" toy or game that they will be recycled and used to build play spaces, flower pots, and park benches. 

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  • Moses Lake Police arrest suspects accused of passing off fake $100 bills

    Moses Lake Police arrest suspects accused of passing off fake $100 bills

    Wednesday, April 25 2018 1:04 AM EDT2018-04-25 05:04:26 GMT

    MOSES LAKE, Wash. - A Puyallup man and woman suspected of passing fake $100 bills across multiple states were arrested in Moses Lake Monday night.  Moses Lake Police posted photos of the two suspects on Monday after a man used two fake $100 bills at a Safeway, and a short time later a woman used a fake $100 bill at Rite Aide.

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    MOSES LAKE, Wash. - A Puyallup man and woman suspected of passing fake $100 bills across multiple states were arrested in Moses Lake Monday night.  Moses Lake Police posted photos of the two suspects on Monday after a man used two fake $100 bills at a Safeway, and a short time later a woman used a fake $100 bill at Rite Aide.

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  • NICU Flight Education Day

    NICU Flight Education Day

    Thursday, April 19 2018 10:23 PM EDT2018-04-20 02:23:20 GMT

    "This helps us take our basic skills and build on that foundation. It helps us continually work on those skills, run through scenarios. Perfect practice in these scenarios, so when that patient does arrive, we are better equipped and better trained to handle these at-risk premature infants."

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    "This helps us take our basic skills and build on that foundation. It helps us continually work on those skills, run through scenarios. Perfect practice in these scenarios, so when that patient does arrive, we are better equipped and better trained to handle these at-risk premature infants."

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