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Inslee still plans green push in 2015
Inslee still plans green push in 2015 (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)
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Despite Economic Warnings, Gov. Inslee to Push Climate Policies in 2015

Despite the disastrous failure of the Green Economy nationally,  Gov. Inslee is stubbornly sticking to his environmental agenda - putting "clean" energy ahead of economic growth.

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Washington state's national tax rank released.
Washington state's national tax rank released. (Washington state legislative website)
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Washington State Sales Tax Among Worst in Nation, Says Annual Report

The Tax Foundation has released it's annual State Business Tax Climate, and Washington state is a mixed bag of results.

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Managers found not guilty in time card fraud
Managers found not guilty in time card fraud (Getty images)
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Hanford Managers Found Not Guilty in Time Card Fraud Scheme

The jury apparently agreed with defense attorneys, who said just because workers were committing time card fraud, how were managers supposed to know?

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Know Where Sex Offenders Live Before Trick-Or-Treating!

It's always a good idea before letting the kids Trick-or-Treat to visit the sex offender registry and know where offenders live. If a neighborhood has a large number, it might be a good idea to skip that block.

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Environmental groups want to shut down Hanford nuclear reactor
Environmental groups want to shut down Hanford nuclear reactor (Photo by Jeff T. Green/Getty Images)
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Environmental Groups Sue over Hanford Nuclear Reactor

Three Northwest environmental groups are suing a state agency over what they claim is the effect of the Energy Northwest Nuclear reactor at Hanford on Columbia River water.

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Stolen Car Chase Ends With Crash into Jefforson Park Gazebo in Richland [PHOTOS]

Richland Police's street crimes unit located a suspected car thief in the 300 block of Van Giesen Street a little after 2 p.m. Wednesday and he gave chase in a stolen Kia Sorento with stolen license plates. When driver Brian Buell, 45, tried to turn around near George Washington Way and Symons Street, he spun out and slammed into the Jefferson Park gazebo.

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Flaucher
Flaucher (Benton County - KNDU-TV)
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Kennewick Police Seeking Sex Offender – Failed to Register And Report

Police are seeking this man, for escaping from community custody.

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Record cherry harvest this year
Record cherry harvest this year (Photo by Buddhika Weerasinghe/Getty Images)
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Despite Heat, Northwest Growers Expect Record Cherry Harvest in 2014

Despite boiling weather for much of the summer,  there's going to be a LOT of cherries to go around.

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Colts A team during Pink Week
Colts A team during Pink Week (Kennewick Colts Facebook page)
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Kennewick Grid Kid Super Bowls at Lampson Wednesday Night – Best Way to Spend a Buck!

If you enjoy watching kids pour their hearts into a sporting event, and exciting action under the lights,  tonight marks the annual Kennewick Grid Kids Super Bowl games at Lampson stadium.

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Group of people on broom and halloween witch costume.
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It Doesn’t Have to Be a Potion to Be Deadly on Halloween

Halloween should be all about fun, sadly it has been tragic for many in the Pacific Northwest.

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