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Knife used by suspect to threaten police (KNDU-TV)
Knife used by suspect to threaten police (KNDU-TV)
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Man Who Threatened Kennewick Police With Knife Identified

Wednesday Kennewick police tasered a 19-year-old suspect near East Columbia Drive and North Kingwood Drive, after getting a report of trespassing on railroad property.

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Coal trains pass through WA, proposed storage depots eyed for coast (Getty Images)
Coal trains pass through WA, proposed storage depots eyed for coast (Getty Images)
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Feds Want Your Input on Future of Coal in The West, Rest of America

At six public hearings to be held in June and July from Pennsylvania to Seattle, the Bureau of Land Management wants your input on their Coal Program. Now, if you can't attend, here's information on making your voice heard. While we in the West don't rely on it (Washington state's only coal-fired plant has already closed), coal trains and storage depots for export are a big topic in Washington state.

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22 Washington Railroad Crossings deemed unsafe by officials
22 Washington Railroad Crossings deemed unsafe by officials (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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10 Railroad Crossings in Mid Columbia Deemed Unsafe

The Department of Ecology and the Utilities and Transportation Commission have released a report about the safety of railroad crossings in Washington state,  and the list is in the thousands when it comes to deficient crossings.

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Inslee report claims dangers of train transport in WA
Inslee report claims dangers of train transport in WA (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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Gov. Inslee Claims New Report Lists Dangers of Transporting Oil in Washington State

Under the guise of "improving" safety and transportation,  Gov. Inslee today will discuss a new report claiming the risks of transporting oil by rail or water in Washington state.

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Inslee's stance on coal exports questioned by business leaders
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Tri-City Business Leaders Caution Gov. Inslee About Job-Killing Environmental Ideas

Gov. Jay Inslee has been politely warned by Tri-City business leaders his stance on coal trains and exports from Washington state could hurt jobs.

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