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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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Throwback Thursday — Wanna Know How Haunted Houses Got Started?

Greg Delange is busy building Terror Behind the Screen -- the largest, scariest and most high-tech haunted house in the Mid Columbia! That got me thinking, where did the idea of a haunted house attraction come from? They've been very popular for the past dozen years, but how old is the concept? You'll be surprised by the answer!

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Where in Tri-Cities Is Haunted? I’ll Go and Film It! [SURVEY]

For some Halloween fun I want to visit haunted places around the Mid Columbia. I'll turn my video camera on, stick it in my pocket and go "ghosthunter"! But first I need to know where to go. That's where you come in.

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Category: Newsletter, Politics Tags:
South Hill rapist will remain behind bars
South Hill rapist will remain behind bars (Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
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Federal Judge Denies New Trial for South Hill Rapist

Kevin Coe, sent to prison in 1985 for sexual assaults in Spokane, will remain behind bars.

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New bill prohibits welfare recipients buy pot with benefit cards
New bill prohibits welfare recipients buy pot with benefit cards (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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‘No Welfare for Weed’ Law Passed by Congress

The House of Representatives passed a bill Tuesday that will try to keep welfare recipients from using their benefits to buy marijuana.

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Category: Business, crime, Newsletter Tags: ,
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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Minnesota Vikings Deactivate Adrian Peterson, Order Him to Stay Away from Team

Amidst growing public pressure, the Minnesota Vikings have changed course and deactivated Adrian Peterson, placing him on the exempt/commissioner's permission list and making him unavailable for the foreseeable future. 

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Are Too Many NFL Players Getting Arrested? — Not by a Long Shot

Adrian Peterson and Ray Rice are making headlines this month, but it seems like we're hearing of an NFL player misbehaving all the time! It's flavor of the week! Does the NFL need to do more? No way. The statistics don't lie and they'll blow you away.

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Category: Newsletter, Sports Tags: ,
Terror Visions via Youtube
Terror Visions via Youtube
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You’ll Need 3-D Glasses for Half of ‘Terror Behind the Screen’! [VIDEO]

We announced last week our haunted house TERROR BEHIND THE SCREEN was going 3-D! Today we're ready to say that HALF the haunted house will require 3-D glasses (provided)! Here's what we're doing: 

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