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Oregon crash north of Pendleton injures five
Oregon crash north of Pendleton injures five (Oregon State Patrol)
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Investigation Continues in Deadly Four-Car Crash North of Pendleton [PHOTOS]

Oregon State Patrol officials continue to search for information as to why a driver crossed over into the opposite lane on Highway 11, triggering a four car crash that sent five people to area hospitals.

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TV report says Hanford whistleblowers being retaliated against
TV report says Hanford whistleblowers being retaliated against (Photo by Jeff T. Green/Getty Images)
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Report Says Hanford Management Retaliates Against Whistleblowers

A new investigative report suggests that Hanford workers who have brought to light what they believe are safety concerns are being targeted.

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Should Granger Tear Down the Aging Dinosaurs? [POLL]

 

Granger, Washington, is northwest of Tri-Cities on the way to Yakima. It's a nice little town and if you don't remember it, it's the one with concrete dinosaurs! Everybody loves the little dinosaurs, but they're 20 years old this year and looking kind of ragged. Are they still endearing?

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6 Prosser Schools Put on Lockdown Because of Man With Knife [UPDATE]

At the request of Prosser Police, Prosser School District placed the following schools on lockdown: Heights Elementary, Housel Middle School, Keene-Riverview Elementary, Prosser High School, Whitstran Elementary and Prosser Falls High School.

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Candidate forum coming Wednesday September 24th.
Candidate forum coming Wednesday September 24th. (City of Kennewick)
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Didier, Newhouse to Square Off in Candidate Forum Next Week in Kennewick

Next Wednesday, September 24th, the Tri-Cities Regional Chamber of Commerce presents the "4th. Congressional District Candidates Forum".

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Stabbing victim had a backpack full of pot
Stabbing victim had a backpack full of pot (Newstalk 870 file image)
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Stabbing Victim Drives Self to Hospital with Backpack Full of Marijuana

Police are trying to piece together the details of a stabbing that occurred in the early morning hours Wednesday in Kennewick.

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4th. District Race starting to mirror others across America
4th. District Race starting to mirror others across America (Photo by Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images)
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Didier, Newhouse Race Starting to Mirror Others Across America

Make of it what you will, but based upon recent endorsements of the two 4th. District Congressional candidates,  our House race is looking very much like others across the country.

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Kennewick police nab car prowler
Kennewick police nab car prowler (KNDU TV)
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Police Nab Car Prowler in Kennewick – Possibly Related to Other Burglaries

The sharp eyes of a Kennewick patrol officer led to the apprehension of a 42-year-old man who also might be related to recent burglaries in the Southridge area.

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Connell voted safest city in Washington state
Connell voted safest city in Washington state (Connell football Facebook page)
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Connell Voted Safest City in Washington State by Security Firm

They're #1!  So sayeth the experts for Connell.

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Head on crash near Hood River
Head on crash near Hood River (Oregon State Patrol)
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Shocking Oregon Crash Now Believed to Be Alcohol Related [PICTURES]

A head on crash near Hood River, OR that sent several people to hospitals in serious condition is now a DUI investigation.

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