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    Dialed In: Local doctor receiving award from the Department of Defense

    Dr. Zirkle is set to receive an incredible honor: the U.S. Department of Defense Medal of Distinguished Public Service.

  • Armed robbery in Yakima at mini mart

    YAKIMA- On February 21st, 2018 at approximately 9:15 PM, Yakima Police Officers were dispatched to an armed robbery at a mini mart in the 300 block of North 8th Street. While officers were arriving in the area they were advised that a Hispanic or Native American male had entered the store and shot a person while inside during the robbery. Officers found a 63-year-old male inside the store with a gunshot wound to his right leg. Officers applied first aid until medics arrived. The ...
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    Eight years after Adan Virgen-Ponce stabbed and killed a Pasco man, that man's family is now getting closure after an arrest. 

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    A man is still trying to find his sister's murderer 47 years after her death. 

  • Grieving loved ones start scholarship foundation to honor domestic abuse victim

    It was just two years ago that a Richland teen was murdered by her boyfriend while going to school at University of Washington Seattle. 

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    After a two-year absence, FluMist could be available again next flu season. 

  • New peanut allergy treatment

    A new treatment could help kids deal with peanut allergies. 

  • USASA competition at White Pass Ski Area

    While the Olympics are taking place in Pyeongchang, over the weekend here, locals participated in a winter sport competition of their own. 

  • Yakima rape suspect enters not guilty plea

    A 29-year-old man is sitting in the Yakima County Jail for rape charges in a case prosecutors are calling horrific. The victim in this case - a 12-year-old girl. 

  • K-9 Grizzly saves the life of a missing Alzheimer’s patient

    Grant County Sheriff’s K-9 Grizzly is being credited with saving the life of a man suffering from Alzheimer’s disease who wandered away from his home overnight. 

  • Downtown Pasco is getting a face lift with $40M revitalization plan

    There are some big plans in the works for downtown Pasco; the City is planning to invest around $40 million to revitalize the area.

  • Kennewick Police looking for Joshua Bussell after several pursuits

    On February 20, 2018 at about 10:26 a.m. a Kennewick Police officer was parked in the area of W. Canal Drive and N Buchannan Street when he observed a vehicle he recognized as being associated with a pursuit from February 14, 2018 with suspect Joshua Bussell. 

  • Trump Administration aims to change federal food stamp program

    Changes have not officially been made, but the Trump Administration announced they plan to make changes to the Federal Food Stamp Program. 

  • Second victim linked to Pasco fatal stabbing on Feb. 14

    A second murder victim has been identified and found connected to the stabbing in Pasco on February 14, 2018.

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  • Armed robbery in Yakima at mini mart

    Armed robbery in Yakima at mini mart

    Thursday, February 22 2018 11:28 AM EST2018-02-22 16:28:36 GMT
    YAKIMA- On February 21st, 2018 at approximately 9:15 PM, Yakima Police Officers were dispatched to an armed robbery at a mini mart in the 300 block of North 8th Street. While officers were arriving in the area they were advised that a Hispanic or Native American male had entered the store and shot a person while inside during the robbery. Officers found a 63-year-old male inside the store with a gunshot wound to his right leg. Officers applied first aid until medics arrived. The ...More >>
    YAKIMA- On February 21st, 2018 at approximately 9:15 PM, Yakima Police Officers were dispatched to an armed robbery at a mini mart in the 300 block of North 8th Street. While officers were arriving in the area they were advised that a Hispanic or Native American male had entered the store and shot a person while inside during the robbery. Officers found a 63-year-old male inside the store with a gunshot wound to his right leg. Officers applied first aid until medics arrived. The ...More >>
  • USASA competition at White Pass Ski Area

    USASA competition at White Pass Ski Area

    Wednesday, February 21 2018 7:31 PM EST2018-02-22 00:31:22 GMT

    While the Olympics are taking place in Pyeongchang, over the weekend here, locals participated in a winter sport competition of their own. 

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    While the Olympics are taking place in Pyeongchang, over the weekend here, locals participated in a winter sport competition of their own. 

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  • Yakima rape suspect enters not guilty plea

    Yakima rape suspect enters not guilty plea

    Wednesday, February 21 2018 7:22 PM EST2018-02-22 00:22:41 GMT

    A 29-year-old man is sitting in the Yakima County Jail for rape charges in a case prosecutors are calling horrific. The victim in this case - a 12-year-old girl. 

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    A 29-year-old man is sitting in the Yakima County Jail for rape charges in a case prosecutors are calling horrific. The victim in this case - a 12-year-old girl. 

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  • Grant Co. K-9 Grizzly saves elderly Ephrata man who wandered away from home

    Grant Co. K-9 Grizzly saves elderly Ephrata man who wandered away from home

    Wednesday, February 21 2018 1:16 PM EST2018-02-21 18:16:07 GMT

    EPHRATA, Wash. - Grant County K-9 Grizzly saved the life of an 85-year-old Ephrata man suffering from Alzheimer's early Wednesday morning.  The Sheriff's Office says the 85-year-old man wandered away from his home overnight in the frigid, single-digit temperatures. Deputies, firefighters and medics searched the area and even used thermal imaging, but could not find the man.  

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    EPHRATA, Wash. - Grant County K-9 Grizzly saved the life of an 85-year-old Ephrata man suffering from Alzheimer's early Wednesday morning.  The Sheriff's Office says the 85-year-old man wandered away from his home overnight in the frigid, single-digit temperatures. Deputies, firefighters and medics searched the area and even used thermal imaging, but could not find the man.  

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  • Salmonella outbreak prompts Dept. of Health warning: 'Don't snuggle or kiss live poultry'

    Salmonella outbreak prompts Dept. of Health warning: 'Don't snuggle or kiss live poultry'

    Tuesday, February 20 2018 4:55 PM EST2018-02-20 21:55:50 GMT

    OLYMPIA, Wash. - The Washington Department of Health says nationally there were 1,120 Salmonella cases linked to backyard poultry in 2017, with 23 of those reported in Washington. Those 23 cases were more than double the number of cases in the previous two years combined.  "Salmonella can cause serious illness," the Department of Health said. 

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    OLYMPIA, Wash. - The Washington Department of Health says nationally there were 1,120 Salmonella cases linked to backyard poultry in 2017, with 23 of those reported in Washington. Those 23 cases were more than double the number of cases in the previous two years combined.  "Salmonella can cause serious illness," the Department of Health said. 

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  • Idaho to send 250 inmates to Texas

    Thursday, February 8 2018 6:14 PM EST2018-02-08 23:14:26 GMT

    BOISE, Idaho - Officials with the Idaho Department of Correction say up to 250 male inmates will be moved to a correctional center in Texas due to a shortage of beds in Idaho's prisons and jails. Director Henry Atencio said Thursday that he knows the move creates challenges for inmates and their families, but Idaho simply has no more room. 

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    BOISE, Idaho - Officials with the Idaho Department of Correction say up to 250 male inmates will be moved to a correctional center in Texas due to a shortage of beds in Idaho's prisons and jails. Director Henry Atencio said Thursday that he knows the move creates challenges for inmates and their families, but Idaho simply has no more room. 

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