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  • Two mini-marts robbed at gunpoint over the weekend

    YAKIMA- Two mini-marts were robbed at gunpoint on Saturday.  At about 7:30 pm Yakima Police Department officers responded to a report of an armed robbery at the Food Mart located at 620 North 16th Avenue.  The suspect in the robbery of the Food Mart is described as a man wearing a tan mask, a black and gray flannel shirt, black jeans, and dark-colored shoes.  The suspect is approximately 5’8″ tall and weighs approximately 220 pounds.  ...

  • Pasco School District Board of Directors earns state recognition

    The Pasco School District Board of Directors was one of the 29 Washington school boards named a 2018 Board of Distinction by the Washington State School Directors' Association. Board President Steve Christensen, Board Vice President Amy Phillips, and members Sherry Lancon, Scott Lehrman, and Aaron Richardson were honored during the annual WSSDA conference in Spokane last week. 

  • CRIME STOPPERS: Blake Charles Wallace

    Pasco Police and Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers are looking for a Blake Charles Wallace. 

  • Man recovering after being stabbed in Kennewick

    A man is recovering after being stabbed in the shoulder late Monday night.

  • Local firefighters return home Monday from helping fight California fires

    "There was absolutely a great out-pouring of thank you's from all of the folks..."

  • Thanksgiving good for your brain, study shows

    Experts say a delicious Thanksgiving meal does more than fill your stomach - it can also be good for your brain. 

  • New treatment for peanut allergies

    A promising new treatment could help people with peanut allergies. 

  • One-third of parents say their child won't get flu shot

    Nearly a third of parents say their child will not get the flu shot. 

  • WSP rolls out tracking system for rape kits

    The new tracking system called 'Track-Kit' is helping sexual assault victims anonymously track the status of their sexual assault kits through the use of an added barcode.  

  • Tattoo shop feeds community

    A local tattoo shop celebrated Thanksgiving early by hosting a dinner for the community. 

  • Secretary of Defense James Mattis visits Chief Joseph Middle School

    Students at Chief Joseph Middle School had a surprise on Friday, November 16 when James Mattis, the U.S. Secretary of Defense, paid a visit.  

  • Newhouse bill honoring fallen Richland Marine heads to President’s desk

    Rep. Dan Newhouse (R-WA), Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA), and Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) released the following statements after the U.S. Senate approved H.R. 5504, to designate the U.S. Postal Service facility at 4801 West Van Giesen Street in West Richland, Washington as the “Sergeant Dietrich Schmieman Post Office.” Rep. Newhouse introduced H.R. 5504 with the support of the entire Washington delegation to honor the life and service of U.S. Marin

  • WA city considers becoming 'sanctuary city' to protect gun rights

    A Washington city is considering becoming a "sanctuary city" to shield itself from gun laws after its police chief says he won't allow his department to enforce the regulations passed by voters under Initiative 1639.

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  • WSP rolls out tracking system for rape kits

    WSP rolls out tracking system for rape kits

    Monday, November 19 2018 9:15 AM EST2018-11-19 14:15:35 GMT

    The new tracking system called 'Track-Kit' is helping sexual assault victims anonymously track the status of their sexual assault kits through the use of an added barcode.  

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    The new tracking system called 'Track-Kit' is helping sexual assault victims anonymously track the status of their sexual assault kits through the use of an added barcode.  

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  • US Marshals Task Force arrests wanted gang affiliate in Yakima

    US Marshals Task Force arrests wanted gang affiliate in Yakima

    Thursday, November 15 2018 9:28 PM EST2018-11-16 02:28:57 GMT
    YAKIMA, WA – On Wednesday, the United States Marshals Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Task Force (PNVOTF) was working in Yakima trying to locate and arrest 41-year-old Elijio Mendoza. Mendoza was wanted by the Washington State Department of Corrections (WDOC) for Failure to Report. He is a known gang affiliate, who is classified as a High Violent Offender.  The PNVOTF had surveillance of a house in south Yakima and tried to arrest Mendoza....More >>
    YAKIMA, WA – On Wednesday, the United States Marshals Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Task Force (PNVOTF) was working in Yakima trying to locate and arrest 41-year-old Elijio Mendoza. Mendoza was wanted by the Washington State Department of Corrections (WDOC) for Failure to Report. He is a known gang affiliate, who is classified as a High Violent Offender.  The PNVOTF had surveillance of a house in south Yakima and tried to arrest Mendoza....More >>
  • New Goodwill coming to Kennewick

    New Goodwill coming to Kennewick

    Thursday, November 15 2018 8:44 PM EST2018-11-16 01:44:59 GMT
    KENNEWICK: Good news for all of you bargain shoppers out there, Goodwill is opening a brand new store in Kennewick sometime next year. Thanks to a 3.1 million dollar loan and lots of planning, a very large patch of dirt will be home to a 20,000 square foot Goodwill; half warehouse and processing, half retail. The Kennewick store will be closing, however. You can still say, out with your old couches, TV's and clothing, and *into someone else's hands, just at a different location. ...More >>
    KENNEWICK: Good news for all of you bargain shoppers out there, Goodwill is opening a brand new store in Kennewick sometime next year. Thanks to a 3.1 million dollar loan and lots of planning, a very large patch of dirt will be home to a 20,000 square foot Goodwill; half warehouse and processing, half retail. The Kennewick store will be closing, however. You can still say, out with your old couches, TV's and clothing, and *into someone else's hands, just at a different location. ...More >>
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  • Pasco School District Board of Directors earns state recognition

    Pasco School District Board of Directors earns state recognition

    Tuesday, November 20 2018 4:48 PM EST2018-11-20 21:48:29 GMT

    The Pasco School District Board of Directors was one of the 29 Washington school boards named a 2018 Board of Distinction by the Washington State School Directors' Association. Board President Steve Christensen, Board Vice President Amy Phillips, and members Sherry Lancon, Scott Lehrman, and Aaron Richardson were honored during the annual WSSDA conference in Spokane last week. 

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    The Pasco School District Board of Directors was one of the 29 Washington school boards named a 2018 Board of Distinction by the Washington State School Directors' Association. Board President Steve Christensen, Board Vice President Amy Phillips, and members Sherry Lancon, Scott Lehrman, and Aaron Richardson were honored during the annual WSSDA conference in Spokane last week. 

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  • CRIME STOPPERS: Blake Charles Wallace

    CRIME STOPPERS: Blake Charles Wallace

    Tuesday, November 20 2018 3:28 PM EST2018-11-20 20:28:17 GMT

    Pasco Police and Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers are looking for a Blake Charles Wallace. 

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    Pasco Police and Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers are looking for a Blake Charles Wallace. 

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  • Man recovering after being stabbed in Kennewick

    Tuesday, November 20 2018 7:29 AM EST2018-11-20 12:29:54 GMT

    A man is recovering after being stabbed in the shoulder late Monday night.

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    A man is recovering after being stabbed in the shoulder late Monday night.

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  • Citing E. coli outbreak, US officials say don't eat romaine

    Citing E. coli outbreak, US officials say don't eat romaine

    Tuesday, November 20 2018 3:34 PM EST2018-11-20 20:34:25 GMT

    NEW YORK - U.S. health officials are telling people to avoid eating romaine lettuce because of an E. coli outbreak that has sickened 32 people in 11 states. The Food and Drug Administration says it's working with officials in Canada, where people are also being warned to stay away from romaine lettuce.

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    NEW YORK - U.S. health officials are telling people to avoid eating romaine lettuce because of an E. coli outbreak that has sickened 32 people in 11 states. The Food and Drug Administration says it's working with officials in Canada, where people are also being warned to stay away from romaine lettuce.

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  • Wyoming man argues against death penalty in fetus death

    Wyoming man argues against death penalty in fetus death

    Tuesday, November 20 2018 12:11 PM EST2018-11-20 17:11:35 GMT

    JACKSON, Wyo. - A Wyoming man charged with killing his girlfriend in Idaho in July 2016 argues the death of her unborn baby does not qualify as a second murder that makes him eligible for the death penalty. Attorneys for 41-year-old Erik Ohlson of Jackson say it's nonsensical for Idaho law to protect a first trimester fetus under the homicide law but not under the abortion law. 

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    JACKSON, Wyo. - A Wyoming man charged with killing his girlfriend in Idaho in July 2016 argues the death of her unborn baby does not qualify as a second murder that makes him eligible for the death penalty. Attorneys for 41-year-old Erik Ohlson of Jackson say it's nonsensical for Idaho law to protect a first trimester fetus under the homicide law but not under the abortion law. 

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  • Q6 Cold Case Files: Vanished

    Q6 Cold Case Files: Vanished

    Monday, November 19 2018 9:23 PM EST2018-11-20 02:23:28 GMT

    FLATHEAD COUNTY, Mont. - It's been roughly 18 months since a 26-year-old Spokane Valley man traveled to Montana for work, never to be seen again. The many loved ones of Corey Flannigan try to stay optimistic that one day, answers about what happened to him, will come. "I hate to call it a cold case after 18 months," said Flathead County Sheriff's Office Detective Rich Schuster. 

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    FLATHEAD COUNTY, Mont. - It's been roughly 18 months since a 26-year-old Spokane Valley man traveled to Montana for work, never to be seen again. The many loved ones of Corey Flannigan try to stay optimistic that one day, answers about what happened to him, will come. "I hate to call it a cold case after 18 months," said Flathead County Sheriff's Office Detective Rich Schuster. 

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