At first glance, many irrigation districts across Southeastern Washington thought it would be tight this summer with water supplies, but now further examination shows possible, or probable, drought conditions.
Kennewick police have exhausted numerous leads, pored over traffic camera videos for hours, gone over two potential suspect vehicles with a fine tooth comb, but still don't have a viable suspect in the fatal hit-and-run that killed 58-year-old Michael Robinson February 22nd.
Snow pack experts are warning the Cascade Mountains don't have enough water to meet demands this summer. Snow pack is like a water savings account. When it melts slowly it provides water all year. When it melts quickly there will be none left by late summer and fall. The beautiful, dry spring we've had spells trouble.
Edith Macefield owned a "hold-out" house in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood until she died in 2008. Offered a million dollars for her tiny home, she declined and a five-story commercial building went up on all three sides of her property. Sandwiched between an L.A. Fitness and a Trader Joe's, she earned the love and respect of Seattle for her steadfast commitment to die in her own home.
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