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Moses Lake Man Arrested for Trying to Stick His Head in Deep Fryer

The Moses Lake Walmart deli saw some action earlier this month when local man Lionel Pando barged in and tried to stick his head in the deep fryer.

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Important summit on concussions, and neurological health of athletes
Important summit on concussions, and neurological health of athletes (Townsquare media image)
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Parents, Coaches – Don’t Miss Free Concussion Summit May 20

If you coach any sport, or your child or teen plays anything from football to soccer, gymnastics to baseball or basketball, you need to attend this event!

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Kennewick police arrest assault suspects
Kennewick police arrest assault suspects (KNDU-TV)
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Marijuana Likely Cause of Assault, Brawl in Kennewick

Multiple suspects are in the Benton County jail after an assault Sunday that left the victim bloodied.

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Prison sentence handed down for racing driver
Prison sentence handed down for racing driver (Kennewick Fire Department)
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Kennewick Driver Gets Prison Time for April 2014 Fatal Crash

A one year nine month sentence was handed down for a 47-year-old Kennewick driver, who plead guilty for his role in a crash that killed a pedestrian on 27th. Ave in Kennewick last April.

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Washington state drought emergency expanded
Washington state drought emergency expanded (Photo by Brent Stirton/Reportage for Getty Images.)
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Gov. Inslee, Ecology, Expand Drought Emergency Statewide

As more information is gathered about the lack of snowpack in the Cascades and other mountain areas, The State Department of Ecology (DOE) and Gov. Inslee have expanded the 2015 drought emergency to include most of Washington state.

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Yniguez Michael T
Yniguez Michael T (Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers)
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Crime Stoppers Seeking Felon – Violated Terms of Release

Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers is looking for 30-year-old Michael Tapia Yniguez, in connection with violations of his release.

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Washington farmers join fight against Inslee carbon tax
Washington farmers join fight against Inslee carbon tax (Photo by Darren Hauck/Getty Images)
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Washington Farmers Join Fight Against Gov. Inslee’s Energy Tax [VIDEO]

The effort began a few months ago with the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), and now the Washington State Farm Bureau (WFB) has joined in the fight.

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Multiple Adults Knowing CPR Saves Jr. High Student in Richland

A Carmichael Middle School student was running in gym class at Fran Rish Stadium when he collapsed in a seizure and had no pulse. The gym teacher began CPR and a vice principal experienced in CPR arrived just minutes later. Ambulances were out at other calls so no EMTs were available to respond. Richland firefighters came instead and used a defibrillator to regain a pulse. When an ambulance did arrive, the student was stable.

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Tri-City Fever game cancelled -Sioux Falls grounded in Midwest
Tri-City Fever game cancelled -Sioux Falls grounded in Midwest (Courtesy Tri-City Fever)
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Storm Grounds Sioux Falls Storm – But Team Still Coming to Tri-Cities

Rather ironic, but true!  The Tri-City Fever's Intense Football League (IFL) game scheduled for Friday was nearly cancelled due to near-record snowstorms in Denver and the Midwest. (Photo courtesy of Tri-City Fever)

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(Photo From TC Fever Facebook)
(Photo From TC Fever Facebook)
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Tri-City Fever Game Moved to Saturday

The Tri-Cities Fever Football game has been cancelled tonight due to bad weather in the Denver area. Ironically the Storm can't play because of a storm... THE GAME HAS BEEN MOVED TO SATURDAY.

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