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Richland man dies in traffic accident
Richland man dies in traffic accident (Getty images)
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Crash Kills Richland Man Monday Morning

A 29-year-old Richland man died early Monday, apparently after he failed to stop at a stop sign and hit another vehicle just before 5am.

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Othello Overrun With Feral Cats!

The City of Othello is sick and tired of dealing with civil disputes over residents' treatment of a growing feral cat population!

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Robbery suspect turns self in to police
Robbery suspect turns self in to police (City of Kennewick)
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Armed Robbery Suspect Turns Self in to Kennewick Police

Kennewick police didn't have to go far, or wait long, to get their man.

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Kennewick man jailed for baseball bat assault
Kennewick man jailed for baseball bat assault (Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
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Baseball Bat Assault Leaves Kennewick Man in Hospital

A 21-year-old man is in the Benton County jail accused of 1st. Degree assault after he allegedly struck another man repeatedly with a baseball bat Thursday afternoon.

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Former Tri City DJ pleads guilty to child porn charges
Former Tri City DJ pleads guilty to child porn charges (Townsquare media image)
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Former Tri-City Radio DJ Pleads Guilty to Child Porn Charges

A former Tri-City area radio standout has plead guilty to multiple counts related to child pornography.

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Kennewick police seek armed robber
Kennewick police seek armed robber (KNDU-TV)
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Robbery Prompts Lockdown of Kamiakin High School – Has Since Been Lifted UPDATE

Thursday afternoon, around 12-1 pm, an armed robbery prompted a lockdown of Vista Elementary, Tri-Tech Skills Center on Metaline, and Kamiakin High School.

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Tri City teachers to vote on whether to stage walk out protest
Tri City teachers to vote on whether to stage walk out protest (Townsquare media image)
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Tri-City Teachers Vote Whether to Stage One-Day Walkout

Thursday, teachers in Richland, Pasco and Kennewick are voting whether to stage a one-day walkout in protest of what they believe are key educational issues.

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More Restaurants Coming to Downtown Richland

People who are excited about the food trucks on John Dam Plaza and a new McDonald's coming near the Uptown will be pleased to learn three new restaurants are coming to the corner of George Washington Way and Swift.

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Workers find possibly ancient bones, tools at construction dig
Workers find possibly ancient bones, tools at construction dig (KNDU-KNDO TV)
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Yakima Construction Crew Unearths Possibly Ancient Bones, Artifacts

Much like the Columbia Mammoth discovered last decade near Southwest Kennewick, now Yakima could be joining the archeological digging.

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Mandatory Gas Pumping May End in Northeast Oregon

The Oregon legislature is debating a proposal to do away with mandatory fuel pump attendants in counties with fewer than 40,000 people.

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