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Prosser yes, Pasco no
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Pot in Prosser, But Pasco Planning Ban

Citing discrepancies and differences between state and Federal law, the City of Pasco has started down the road towards banning pot stores.

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Pot stores open today in Washington state
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24 Pot Shops Expected to Open Tuesday – Including Altitude in Prosser

Get ready for a bit of a road trip, if you plan to be a client of the legal weed stores.

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Paws Natural Pet Emporium
Paws Natural Pet Emporium (Paws facebook page)
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Richland Pet Supply Store Owner Gets WHAT From Eating Dog Food?

In a story that's gone viral on the web, the owner of a pet food and supply store has been eating dog food for 30 days to prove it's nutritional value.   She's also learned why dogs can clear a room.

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WA pot store in Prosser hopes to open Tuesday
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Will Prosser Pot Store Open Tuesday? Racing The Clock

The last update available was less than five days ago, but it's going to be close.

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Kennewick hit-and-run accident
Kennewick hit-and-run accident (KNDU-TV)
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Kennewick Police Quickly Find Hit-And-Run Driver – UPDATE

It took less than 45 minutes for authorities to capture the driver involved in a hit-and-run accident Monday morning. (Photo courtesy of KNDU-TV).

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Body found inside building at old baseball field
Body found inside building at old baseball field (KNDU-TV)
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Strong Smell Leads Police to Body Inside Little League Concession Stand

West Richland authorities say a very strong smell led to the initial investigation. (Photo courtesy of KNDU-TV).

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Oregon state pen goes on lockdown
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Oregon State Pen Locked Down Due to Huge Fight

After a large fight broke out Thursday, the Oregon State Penitentiary in Salem is on indefinite lockdown.

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Protestors on Canal Drive near Hobby Lobby
Protestors on Canal Drive near Hobby Lobby (Courtesy of KNDU-TV)
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Hobby Lobby Protestors Appear in Tri-Cities

On the heels of the Supreme Court decision, some don't agree. (Photo courtesy of KNDU-TV).

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How will Hobby Lobby ruling affect Arlene's?
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What Does Hobby Lobby Ruling Mean for Arlene’s Flowers?

It's an interesting, and related question.

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Toddler struck, partially dragged by van
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Death of Toddler Run Over by Vehicle Called “Accident” by Police

The tragic death of a 2 1/2-year old boy in Kennewick Tuesday evening continues to be investigated by Kennewick police, but they say it's a tragic accident.

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