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  • Washington’s Lottery announces “Luckiest Stores” in Tri-Cities

    With St. Patrick’s Day upon us, Washington’s Lottery is sharing its “Luckiest Stores” – retail locations that have sold the most Scratch tickets with prizes worth over $1,000 or more in the previous year. 

  • Wolf population increasing in Washington

    The population of wolves in Washington state grew by 28% last year, with at least two new packs. 

  • Man taken to hospital with injuries from Friday morning stabbing

    police say the victim suffered non-life threatening injuries

    A man was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries after a stabbing in Union Gap Friday morning.

  • Only in Washington: El Fat Cat Grill

    Four area restaurants made onlyinyourstate.com's list of "12 Unsuspecting Restaurants In Washington With Food So Good It Should Be Illegal". 

  • Man arrested after running from Kennewick Police

    suspect had felony warrant for stealing a gun

    One man is sitting in the Benton County Jail after running away from police. 

  • Women of Hanford; More than Meets the Eye

     For some of us, when we think of a scientist, we might envision a man in a white lab coat.  But if not for the *women of hanford, this area, and our country for that matter, would likely be a very different place.  Dr. Leona Woods Marshall Libby was one of the most important scientists of her generation.  "Often times when you hear about Leona, you hear about how wonderful it was that she was the first woman scientist of the B Reactor, that she was the first ...
  • Only in Washington: Pepp'rmint Stick Drive-In

    We continue our coverage of the 12 Unsuspecting restaurants in our state with food so good it should be illegal, according to onlyinyourstate.com. 

  • Future engineers put their skills to the test in high school competition

    Today, our future engineers of America competed at Kennewick High School. 

  • Yakima neighborhood evacuated because of flooding

    A lot of people in Yakima woke up to rushing water flooding their homes.

  • Local students dress like dead people: the reason why could save a life

    The last thing anybody would expect to see walking down the halls of a high school is a Grim Reaper, but it happened today.

  • Conference for the 75th Anniversary of the Manhattan Project

    The rich history of the Tri-Cities is attracting people from all over the world tonight. 

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  • City leaders discuss making Camp Hope a long-term solution

    City leaders discuss making Camp Hope a long-term solution

    Friday, July 21 2017 8:39 PM EDT2017-07-22 00:39:00 GMT
    YAKIMA, WA - Homeless camp, Camp Hope in Yakima, opened four months ago. The camp was supposed to be temporary and close in November, but now the Yakima City Council, the Yakima Valley Conference of Governments and the camp are discussing the possibility of making it a long-term solution.  "We are trying to get ahead of the curve, we are trying to be proactive and not wait until October to think about winter, so that is why we want to start that conversation now," said...More >>
    YAKIMA, WA - Homeless camp, Camp Hope in Yakima, opened four months ago. The camp was supposed to be temporary and close in November, but now the Yakima City Council, the Yakima Valley Conference of Governments and the camp are discussing the possibility of making it a long-term solution.  "We are trying to get ahead of the curve, we are trying to be proactive and not wait until October to think about winter, so that is why we want to start that conversation now," said...More >>
  • Yakima Woman Recounts Eight Days Wandering Naches Forest

    Yakima Woman Recounts Eight Days Wandering Naches Forest

    Friday, July 21 2017 8:34 PM EDT2017-07-22 00:34:55 GMT

    Kaylynn Johnson is still recovering from the motorcycle crash with a family friend near the little Naches campground on June 23rd.

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    Kaylynn Johnson is still recovering from the motorcycle crash with a family friend near the little Naches campground on June 23rd.

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  • Quintero brothers change pleas

    Friday, July 21 2017 6:02 PM EDT2017-07-21 22:02:16 GMT

    PASCO-  25-year old Nathan Quintero and 19-year old Jaden Quintero changed their pleas Friday morning from not guilty to guilty. Nathan Quintero took a deal and plead guilty to first degree manslaughter even though he still claimed the shooting was in self defense. Nathan could face up to 16 years and two months in prison to life for the murder of George Thacker.  By pleading guilty, Quintero gives up the right to a trial. His sentencing is scheduled for early Au...

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    PASCO-  25-year old Nathan Quintero and 19-year old Jaden Quintero changed their pleas Friday morning from not guilty to guilty. Nathan Quintero took a deal and plead guilty to first degree manslaughter even though he still claimed the shooting was in self defense. Nathan could face up to 16 years and two months in prison to life for the murder of George Thacker.  By pleading guilty, Quintero gives up the right to a trial. His sentencing is scheduled for early Au...

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  • U.S. Forest Service warns of aggressive bear on Canfield Mountain

    U.S. Forest Service warns of aggressive bear on Canfield Mountain

    Friday, July 21 2017 8:41 PM EDT2017-07-22 00:41:48 GMT

    COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - If you're planning on doing some outdoor activities on Canfield Mountain this weekend, listen up! The U.S. Forest Service wants the public to avoid the upper parking area and trail system on the mountain for the time being. An aggressive sow bear with a cub (possibly more than one cub) has been reported on the Cave Trail.

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    COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - If you're planning on doing some outdoor activities on Canfield Mountain this weekend, listen up! The U.S. Forest Service wants the public to avoid the upper parking area and trail system on the mountain for the time being. An aggressive sow bear with a cub (possibly more than one cub) has been reported on the Cave Trail.

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  • UPDATE: 19-year-old firefighter killed by falling tree in Montana

    UPDATE: 19-year-old firefighter killed by falling tree in Montana

    Thursday, July 20 2017 4:27 PM EDT2017-07-20 20:27:38 GMT
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    MISSOULA, Mont. - Authorities say a 19-year-old firefighter has died after being struck by a falling tree while responding to a small blaze in western Montana. Missoula County sheriff's officials say Trenton Johnson of Missoula died from his injuries Wednesday afternoon in a hospital. Johnson worked for a Merlin, Oregon-based private firefighting contractor called Grayback Forestry Inc. 

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    MISSOULA, Mont. - Authorities say a 19-year-old firefighter has died after being struck by a falling tree while responding to a small blaze in western Montana. Missoula County sheriff's officials say Trenton Johnson of Missoula died from his injuries Wednesday afternoon in a hospital. Johnson worked for a Merlin, Oregon-based private firefighting contractor called Grayback Forestry Inc. 

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  • Man with previous ties to Coeur d'Alene and Spokane wanted by the FBI on meth trafficking charges

    Man with previous ties to Coeur d'Alene and Spokane wanted by the FBI on meth trafficking charges

    Wednesday, July 19 2017 5:57 PM EDT2017-07-19 21:57:16 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - The FBI is looking for a convicted felon they believe is involved in trafficking methamphetamine in Montana.  33-year-old Chase Storlie initially had a federal arrest warrant issued for him in Montana on June 9 for failure to appear at his arraignment in Helena. Storlie was previously charged on April 26, 2017, with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine, possession with intent to distribute meth.

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    SPOKANE, Wash. - The FBI is looking for a convicted felon they believe is involved in trafficking methamphetamine in Montana.  33-year-old Chase Storlie initially had a federal arrest warrant issued for him in Montana on June 9 for failure to appear at his arraignment in Helena. Storlie was previously charged on April 26, 2017, with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine, possession with intent to distribute meth.

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  • Team Sky rider Chris Froome wins 4th Tour de France title

    Team Sky rider Chris Froome wins 4th Tour de France title

    Riding a bright yellow bike to match his shiny leader's jersey, defending champion Chris Froome won his fourth and most challenging Tour de France title on Sunday.

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    Riding a bright yellow bike to match his shiny leader's jersey, defending champion Chris Froome won his fourth and most challenging Tour de France title on Sunday.

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  • Severe weather brings rain delay early in Brickyard 400

    Severe weather brings rain delay early in Brickyard 400

    NASCAR officials sent drivers to the pits and instructed fans to clear the stands at Indianapolis Motor Speedway as severe weather entered the area during Sunday's Brickyard 400. The race was stopped just 12 laps in.

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    NASCAR officials sent drivers to the pits and instructed fans to clear the stands at Indianapolis Motor Speedway as severe weather entered the area during Sunday's Brickyard 400. The race was stopped just 12 laps in.

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  • Cruz, Mariners beat Yankees in extra innings 6-5

    Cruz, Mariners beat Yankees in extra innings 6-5

    SEATTLE (AP) - Nelson Cruz hit a winning single off Adam Warren in the 10th inning, and the Seattle Mariners beat the New York Yankees 6-5 Saturday night after Edwin Diaz allowed a tying hit to Ronald Torreyes in the ninth.      Masahiro Tanaka had another shaky outing and New York trailed 4-2 before Aaron Judge hit his major league-leading 32nd home run, a sixth inning drive against Steve Cishek. Matt Holliday's sacrifice fly tied the score in the eighth, but former Ya...More >>
    SEATTLE (AP) - Nelson Cruz hit a winning single off Adam Warren in the 10th inning, and the Seattle Mariners beat the New York Yankees 6-5 Saturday night after Edwin Diaz allowed a tying hit to Ronald Torreyes in the ninth.      Masahiro Tanaka had another shaky outing and New York trailed 4-2 before Aaron Judge hit his major league-leading 32nd home run, a sixth inning drive against Steve Cishek. Matt Holliday's sacrifice fly tied the score in the eighth, but former Ya...More >>
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