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PASCO, Wash. - School is back in session for every grade level and higher education. Dr. Rebekah Woods has been at the helm of Columbia Basin College in Pasco for nearly five years now. 

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KENNEWICK, Wash. - In a special Water Follies Edition of Dialed In, Tracci sits down with the new Water Follies Event Director. Mark Williams has decades of experience in events and security. He's bringing his talents to the table as the top organizer for the biggest event of the year in the…

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KENNEWICK, Wash. - A Tri-Cities transplant now embodies everything good the Mid-Columbia has to offer. Michael Novakovich is well-known around the region for his professional work, philanthropy, love of tacos and 'outlandish' music videos. 

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RICHLAND, WA - April is Sexual Assault Awareness month and the mid-Columbia region has an incredible resource in SARC in helping combat sexual assault and a slew of other issues. 

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KENNEWICK, WA - The Coronavirus pandemic is finally winding down. Over the last 15 months, Tri-Citians have often heard from Benton-Franklin Health District's Health Officer Dr. Amy Person. She has talked a lot about public health but not much about herself. Ever. 

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KENNEWICK, WA - The effort to recall Benton County Sheriff Jerry Hatcher is about eight months in. The committee behind it has until May to get enough signatures on a petition to bring the recall to a public vote. 

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KENNEWICK, WA - A Tri-Cities native has done very well for himself. He is well-known as an entrepreneur and a public servant. He also started the hashtag #dogoodstuffandbragabout it that has inspired a domino-effect of local philanthropy several times. 

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PASCO, WA - A Tri-Cities woman made history last fall when voters elected her to a city council seat. She was the first Muslim woman to be officially elected to a position in Washington State. A second woman in Washington, from Redmond, was also elected last fall. Both started their terms th…

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PASCO, WA - For the first time in decades Pasco Police hired a chief from inside the department. He's been a longtime member of the force, was born and raised in Tri-Cities and has a common family backstory: his parents moved to the Tri-Cities for work at Hanford.

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