A new police unit funded by a special sales tax targets gangs and major crimes in the area. The Pasco Police Street Crimes Unit benefits from the public safety sales tax passed in 2011. The unit has only been operational since January 2013. One sergeant and three officers were hired.
$140 million went from Kadlec Health Systems to Tri-Cities families last year.
That's up from Kadlec's $30 million payroll just 11 years ago when it employed 740 people. Today it employs about 2,200 people -- the most in Richland's "business district" and the No. 4 largest private employer in the Tri-Cities. That's according to the City of Richland, which is doing everything it can to help Kadlec continue to grow.
A water main break in the 20th Avenue neighborhood is requiring the Pasco City crews to repair the main tonight from midnight to 4 a.m. This work requires the shut-off of water during that time for the following areas/businesses:
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