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I-1351 could cost taxpayers money in the long run
I-1351 could cost taxpayers money in the long run (Townsquare media image)
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I-1351 Passing As of Friday – Will Cost New Teachers, Maybe Taxpayers, Money

According to the latest information from the Washington Secretary of State's Office,  the controversial measure that would limit class sizes in our state is passing by about 3,200 votes.

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‘Terror Behind the Screen’ Presents Tri-Cities Cancer Center With $5,000 From Proceeds

A portion of ticket sales from Terror Behind the Screen was pledged to the Tri-Cities Cancer Center in 2014. Today we were proud to present them with $5,000 to fund cancer screenings for people who can't afford them!

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Benton-Franklin Counties make Voter turnout Wall of Shame
Benton-Franklin Counties make Voter turnout Wall of Shame (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)
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2014 Voter Turnout – Are Benton, Franklin Counties on ‘Wall of Shame?’

Statewide, voter turnout was low, and while it's expected during off-year or mid-term elections (those in between Presidential elections) it's still pretty pathetic.

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I pledge challenge (I-Pledge Challenge website)
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Finley, Riverivew H.S. Students Take “The I-Pledge Challenge” For Veterans Day

As part of their observations for Veterans Day,  Riverview High students are going to be a part of a very patriotic event that is starting to go viral.

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Anti I-594 event planned for December in Olympia
Anti I-594 event planned for December in Olympia (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
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Pro Gun, Anti I-594 Event Already Planned for State Capitol in December

The results are not even cold from I-594, and already a huge event is being planned for the steps of the state capitol.

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BEWARE OF PHONE SCAM TARGETING UTILITY CUSTOMERS

Pacific Power and other utility companies are warning customers and the public of a phone scam targeting utility customers in the Northwest where criminals posing as utility customer service agents are trying to get money and steal personal information.

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Inslee a lot less loud after last night
Inslee a lot less loud after last night (Photo by Taylor Hill/Getty Images)
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Read Gov. Inslees ‘Predictable’ Reaction to Election Results

Gov. Jay Inslee issued a statement Wednesday in the wake of the National and State Elections.

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Does West Side carry many election issues to victory?
Does West Side carry many election issues to victory? (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
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Does ‘West Side – Seattle’ Carry Too Much Voting Clout? See For Yourself

This started as a look at how Initiative 1351 (reducing classroom size) was doing, but turned into a stunning look at how Eastern Washington - as well as areas outside of King County - cast their votes.

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NHL Rangers pick Richard Nejezchleb joins Americans from Brandon
NHL Rangers pick Richard Nejezchleb joins Americans from Brandon (Tri City Americans - Brandon Wheat Kings)
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TC Americans GM Bob Tory Talks About Big Player Moves This Week [AUDIO]

Tuesday was probably the biggest personnel shake-up the Tri-City Americans have seen in over two seasons as a whole.

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Prosser Man Falls 30 Feet into Ditch Trying to Help Driver

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