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Pasco Fiery Foods festival returns
Pasco Fiery Foods festival returns (Pasco Fiery Foods Festival)
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Pasco Fiery Foods Festival Returns – Even More Activities than Before!

The return of the popular Pasco Fiery Foods Festival will allow local musicians a chance to perform.

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Event to suppor the Childrens Developmental Center
Event to suppor the Childrens Developmental Center (Townsquare media image)
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Big Event to Support Childrens Developmental Center in September

Be sure to attend the Cuisine De Vin event, September 19th.

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Attorney general weighs in on pot lawsuit
Attorney general weighs in on pot lawsuit (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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WA Attorney General Supports Fife Pot Ban, But Disagrees on Federal Ban

It's hard to follow without a scorecard...

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Kennewick police apprehend burglary suspect
Kennewick police apprehend burglary suspect (Kennewick police department)
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Burglar Who Escaped Police in Wild Chase Now Behind Bars

Police have apprehended the suspect who allegedly broke into a home Monday night, then led officers on a brief but wild chase.

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Cyber attack targets Albertson's, affiliated stores
Cyber attack targets Albertson's, affiliated stores (albertsons.com)
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Albertson’s Security Breach Affects Tri-City, Mid-Columbia Stores

Albertson's store officials confirm that between June 22nd and July 17th,  hackers attempted to steal credit card information from it's customers. (photo courtesy of Albertsons.com)

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Burglary suspect leads Kennewick police on brief but wild chase
Burglary suspect leads Kennewick police on brief but wild chase (KNDU-TV)
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Kennewick Burglary Suspect Eludes Police After Wild Chase

The suspect in a residential burglary was able to elude police, but only because they called off the chase due to his extremely dangerous driving.

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$242 million dollar investment rejectedd by Oregon Land Officials
$242 million dollar investment rejectedd by Oregon Land Officials (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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Oregon Officials Reject Coal Terminal Plan in Boardman

A $242 million dollar investment in the Boardman, OR area has been shot down by the Oregon Department of State Lands.  The announcement was made Monday.

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Aerial spraying often used to combat mosquitoes
Aerial spraying often used to combat mosquitoes (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
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Walla Walla Man Tests Positive for West Nile Virus

The man, in his early 20's is the first person to be infected in Washington state.

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Kennewick Planing Commission to hear public comments on pot stores
Kennewick Planing Commission to hear public comments on pot stores (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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Share YOUR Opinion on Pot Stores in Kennewick Monday Night

7pm Monday night, August 18th, the Kennewick Planning Commission wants to hear what you think of pot stores, pot bans, and related issues.

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Mid-Columbia Schools fall short of No Child Left Behind standards
Mid-Columbia Schools fall short of No Child Left Behind standards (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
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Tri-City, Walla Walla Schools Fall Short of Federal Academic Requirements

Thousands of students will be receiving letters in the mail saying Washington state has failed to meet the academic standards of the No Child Left Behind program.

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