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WA AG says police do not have to disclose use of body camera to indvidual.
WA AG says police do not have to disclose use of body camera to indvidual. (KNDU-TV)
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Police Body Cameras Don’t Require Disclosure, Says WA State AG

It's a case getting a lot of attention, and apparently police will not have to tell you if they're wearing a body camera.

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Ferguson – Michael Brown Protests Erupt in Portland [VIDEOS]

While we deplore the sad situation in Ferguson, Missouri,   like many Americans we are growing tired of the boorish behavior of the protestors.   You may have seen the sad pictures of the African-American woman in Ferguson, whose little bakery-cake shop was looted and vandalized by protestors seeking "justice" for Michael.  She was in te

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16-Year-Old Thrown From Car, Witness Shot at in Kennewick

Monday afternoon near 10th Ave. and Washington Street in Kennewick a "very intoxicated" 16-year-old boy was thrown from a car. A witness followed the vehicle and was shot at near 14th and Washington!

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Kennewick Man Falls From Balcony Fleeing Police

Kennewick police officers responded to a call about domestic violence last night and found drops of blood outside the apartment and inside.

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Plasma Center Donor Killed in Kennewick’s BioMat by Girlfriend’s Ex Husband!

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Benton county judge agrees with WA AG opinion on pot bans
Benton county judge agrees with WA AG opinion on pot bans (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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Benton County Judge Agrees With AG Opinion on City-County Pot Bans

Now, this makes three...Friday another Superior Court Judge agreed with the January opinion issued by WA State Attorney General Bob Ferguson, that cities and counties to have the authority to pass their own pot bans.

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Suspect dies in Yakima hostage standoff
Suspect dies in Yakima hostage standoff (KNDU-KNDO-TV)
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Suspect Killed in Yakima Hostage Standoff from Pasco

Authorities have now identified the man as 36-year-old Travis Sregzinski of Pasco. (Photo courtesy of KNDU-KNDO-TV)

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Tri-City Americans Ride Carousel for a Great Cause!

Thursday evening, the Tri-City Americans spun around the GESA Carousel of Dreams, to help raise funds for the Americans Continuing Education Fund.

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Police Make Arrest in Connection With Transmitter Site Fire

Kennewick police arrested Dale Thomas LaGrande this morning after searching his home and finding an item stolen from the Radio Tri-Cities Transmitter site.

The warrant was obtained as a result of information received in connection with the fire

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Tank farm workers union, environmental groups to sue DOE
Tank farm workers union, environmental groups to sue DOE (Photo by Jeff T. Green/Getty Images)
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Tank Farm Union + Environmental Groups Sue Hanford Over Vapors

Perhaps spurred on by Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson's suit that will be filed against  the Department of Energy and contractors, a group representing tank farm workers also plans legal action.

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