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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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  • Adopt-a-Grandparent program brings college students and seniors together

    Adopt-a-Grandparent program brings college students and seniors together

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 10:16 PM EDT2018-05-24 02:16:07 GMT
    WALLA WALLA- Devin Reese, a recent graduate from Whitman College, has some big plans ahead of him. He'll be spending the next year studying abroad in foreign countries studying a topic he first gained an interest in here in Walla Walla. More specifically at the Washington Odd Fellows Home. Reese has been volunteering at the home for two years now but recently was paired up with a senior through a program at Whitman College called ''Adopt-a-Grandparent.'' The program places students w...More >>
    WALLA WALLA- Devin Reese, a recent graduate from Whitman College, has some big plans ahead of him. He'll be spending the next year studying abroad in foreign countries studying a topic he first gained an interest in here in Walla Walla. More specifically at the Washington Odd Fellows Home. Reese has been volunteering at the home for two years now but recently was paired up with a senior through a program at Whitman College called ''Adopt-a-Grandparent.'' The program places students w...More >>
  • Hiking and wildlife safety

    Hiking and wildlife safety

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 5:15 PM EDT2018-05-23 21:15:28 GMT
    Cougars often only come out when it's dark outside.Cougars often only come out when it's dark outside.
    Cougars often only come out when it's dark outside.Cougars often only come out when it's dark outside.

    The next time you're heading off for a hike in the Pacific Northwest, there's a few things to know in case you're confronted by a mountain lion.  

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    The next time you're heading off for a hike in the Pacific Northwest, there's a few things to know in case you're confronted by a mountain lion.  

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  • KPD needs tips after two men are shot over the weekend

    KPD needs tips after two men are shot over the weekend

    Wednesday, May 23 2018 5:15 PM EDT2018-05-23 21:15:28 GMT
    If you know anything, you are asked to give them a call.If you know anything, you are asked to give them a call.
    If you know anything, you are asked to give them a call.If you know anything, you are asked to give them a call.

    It happened around 2 p.m. Sunday near North Buchanan Street and West Canal Drive.

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    It happened around 2 p.m. Sunday near North Buchanan Street and West Canal Drive.

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  • Pilot OK after plane makes hard landing on I-90 east of Lookout Pass

    Pilot OK after plane makes hard landing on I-90 east of Lookout Pass

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 7:41 PM EDT2018-05-22 23:41:45 GMT

    LOOKOUT PASS - Investigators with Montana Highway Patrol say a pilot was flying an experimental aircraft and trying to go over Lookout Pass when he reportedly hit a downdraft and the plane's engine gave out. Troopers say the pilot aimed for the only thing he could think of which was the highway. He landed hard in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 90.

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    LOOKOUT PASS - Investigators with Montana Highway Patrol say a pilot was flying an experimental aircraft and trying to go over Lookout Pass when he reportedly hit a downdraft and the plane's engine gave out. Troopers say the pilot aimed for the only thing he could think of which was the highway. He landed hard in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 90.

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  • Teen who started Columbia River Gorge fire last summer ordered to pay $37 million in restitution

    Teen who started Columbia River Gorge fire last summer ordered to pay $37 million in restitution

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 11:11 AM EDT2018-05-22 15:11:27 GMT

    HOOD RIVER, Ore. - A Vancouver, Washington teenager who admitted to throwing fireworks in Eagle Creek Canyon last summer, causing a major wildfire in the Columbia River Gorge, has been ordered to pay nearly $37 million in restitution. It's unlikely the boy, whose identity has not been released by authorities, will ever cover the entire $37 million.

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    HOOD RIVER, Ore. - A Vancouver, Washington teenager who admitted to throwing fireworks in Eagle Creek Canyon last summer, causing a major wildfire in the Columbia River Gorge, has been ordered to pay nearly $37 million in restitution. It's unlikely the boy, whose identity has not been released by authorities, will ever cover the entire $37 million.

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  • Searchers recover body of missing Montana backcountry skier

    Searchers recover body of missing Montana backcountry skier

    Monday, May 14 2018 5:46 PM EDT2018-05-14 21:46:41 GMT

    KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) - Searchers have recovered the body of a northwestern Montana physician who went missing while backcountry skiing in February.    Flathead County Sheriff Chuck Curry says the body of 62-year-old Jonathan Torgerson of Columbia Falls was recovered Saturday in an avalanche runout zone on the north side of Whitefish Mountain.

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    KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) - Searchers have recovered the body of a northwestern Montana physician who went missing while backcountry skiing in February.    Flathead County Sheriff Chuck Curry says the body of 62-year-old Jonathan Torgerson of Columbia Falls was recovered Saturday in an avalanche runout zone on the north side of Whitefish Mountain.

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