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Oregon State Patrol uses spike strips to stop speeding driver
Oregon State Patrol uses spike strips to stop speeding driver (oregon.gov)
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Spike Strips Used to Stop Runaway Driver Near Pendleton

Oregon State Patrol troopers were in a wild chase of a woman Wednesday morning.

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Pasco police assist in grocery store raid
Pasco police assist in grocery store raid (Townsquare media image)
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Pasco Grocery Store Raided, Accused of Food-Stamp Fraud

Federal, state and local law enforcement agencies temporarily shut down Atomic Foods in Pasco Wednesday, the latest store to be targeted for allegedly being a part of a ring involving the illegal selling of food cards, or EBT's.

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The Reach Interpretive Center Opens Monday!

I'm excited by the fish tanks I saw! The Reach Interpretive Center will open Monday and celebrate its grand opening through July 6.

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TRANFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION
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New Movies This Week: ‘Transformers: Age of Extinction’

Okay, so only one new movie this week, but it's a biggie: the fourth installment in the robot-alien-EXPLOSIONS!!! saga based on a 1980s cartoon.

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A direct hit by a 105MM howitzer at Yakima Firing Range
A direct hit by a 105MM howitzer at Yakima Firing Range (Oregon National Guard)
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Wow! Rare Pictures of National Guard ‘Blowing Stuff Up’ at Yakima Firing Range!

The Oregon National Guard recently completed a round of training at the Yakima Firing Center, and Newstalk 870 was lucky enough to receive some photos of the action.

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Pot farmers, processors forced to turn to armored vehicles for protection
Pot farmers, processors forced to turn to armored vehicles for protection (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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Why Will WA Pot Farmers Be Using Armored Vehicles for Cargo Transport?

This is getting almost tiresome, but yet another part of legalized pot the ACLU and others didn't consider.   Whoops!

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How Much Does Watching Other People Work Pay? Apparently $175,000

Dave Zabell is the new city manager for Pasco. How much does that job pay? The city council unanimously agreed to $175,000 a year (even though the job was advertised for $165,000). On top of that, he gets a $15,000 relocation allotment and $500 a month car allowance. If the city lets him go, his golden parachute includes a six-month severance package. Wow, that's a lot of money for someone who watches other people work.

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Tacoma based could be housing immigrant children
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Tacoma Military Base Might House Immigrant Children Coming from Mexico

Joint Base McChord-Lewis could be the destination point for some of the tens of thousands of parentless children who are coming over the border.

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Mr E's Food Mart
Mr E's Food Mart (Google street view)
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Armed Kennewick Robber Gets Cash, Nicotine Fix from Convenience Store

Kennewick police are searching for the suspect after last nights' hold up.

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Inslee announces prison system review committee
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Gov. Inslee Looks to “Review” State’s Criminal Justice System

Is this is tied to his decision recently to suspend all death row executions?

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