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Intersection where pipe bomb was found
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Who Left a Pipe Bomb in East Finley? Police Want to Know

The bomb was found last Friday, detonated by the Washington State Patrol bomb squad, and now authorities are looking for help finding who left it there.

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WA state task force takes up drone regulations
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Drone Regulation Task Force Meets This Week in Olympia

Whether or not you will see those hovering,  humming eyes in the sky in the future might be determined by a committee that met for the first time Monday.

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Identity of missing man confirmed
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Dental Records Confirm Identity of Body found as Cody Mason

The Kennewick man has officially been identified by authorities.

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New zombie tv series shooting in Spokane
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New Zombie TV Series to Shoot Scenes (not people!) In Spokane

Maybe you've heard of the new zombie-inspired series ""Z Nation?"    Thousands of wanna-be zombies turned out for casting calls in Spokane last week and this.

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Jeff T. Green, Getty Images
Jeff T. Green, Getty Images
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Now Is a Good Time to See Fish at McNary Dam Near Umatilla!

I stopped at McNary Dam on Saturday to see the fish ladder and it was the best fish viewing experience I've ever had.

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Public Disclosure commission fines I-522 organization
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Food Label Advocates Fined by State for Violations

It's been many months since the tense, bitter battle over food labeling was settled by voters, but the Public Disclosure Commission is now fining supporters of the measure.

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Kennewick man shot after car chase
Kennewick man shot after car chase (Courtesy Cameron Robertson)
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Man Shot in Kennewick After Fleeing Stolen Car

Kennewick police attempted to pull over a man driving a stolen car this morning, but he fled, leading officers on a chase up Volland Street (behind WinCo).

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Scott Butner
Scott Butner
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Vote for the Local Photographer in Weather Channel Contest!

Scott Butner is a retired scientist (was at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory). He took a beautiful photograph at Palouse Falls and entered it in a Weather Channel contest. He currently has the fifth-most votes with about 5,400 votes! Follow the link below to vote once every 24 hours (no voter registration required)!

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Gardening with Tom and Gayle
Gardening with Tom and Gayle (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
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Did You Miss Gardening with Tom and Gayle? Catch up With the Show Here! (AUDIO)

They just might have had that one answer you're looking for on how to get rid of ants swarming your flower garden,  or those bugs that leave those mysterious "holes" in the leaves of your plants.    Catch up with last Saturday's show here.

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Benton County justice center
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Group Files Complaint Over Proposed Criminal Justice Sales Tax

Benton County Citizens for Efficient Criminal Justice claims various public officials have violated Washington law by allegedly using their publicly-elected positions to lobby for the proposed Criminal Justice Sales Tax.

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