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First Night Tri-Cities 2013 New Year’s Eve Celebration

First Night Tri-Cities 2013 is the perfect way to celebrate the new year. 

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Detroit developer wanted to turn downtown area into Zombieland Amusement area
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Best of 2012 – July-August – Detroit Becomes Zombieland? – Jack Didleys Controversy and More

July and August were hot months news-wise, with zombies, Jack Didley's situation, and an unlicensed massage parlor was investigated in Kennewick!

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TRAC almost became a swimming pool
(Courtesy TRAC facility Pasco)
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Best of 2012 – May – Shocking Moses Lake Child Abuse – Pasco Aquatic Center Idea Approved for TRAC

In May, we learned of a shocking story of child abuse in Moses Lake, and Pasco almost turned TRAC into a swimming pool.

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Ron Paul electrified crowd in Richland
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Best of 2012 – March – Obama Flag Infuriates – Ron Paul Wows Crowd in Tri-Cities

Politics dominated much of the big stories for March.

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Japanese ghost ship drifting off Washington coast
(U.S. Coast Guard photo)
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Best of 2012 – April – Tri-Cities Toilet Flush Ban – Japanese Ghost Ship – Liquor Stores Bid For

April saw a terriffic joke, a ghostly guest of our coast, and the liquor stores found new homes.

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TC Americans among the biggest stories of 2012
(John Allen photography-Arid Acres Photography)
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Best of 2012 – January – Worst Job Outlook – Big 9 Conference Ends – TC Americans Ranked #1 in WHL

January 2012 was a busy month! Remember these stories?

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Postal Service planned to close Pasco Mail Processing Center
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Best of 2012 – Februrary -Graham WA Killings – Big Internet Outage – Pasco Mail Center Closing

February saw a big mix of stories.

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toilet flushing ban coming to benton-franklin county
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Best of 2012 April – Toilet Flushing Ban To Take Effect In Tri Cities Soon (One of Our Favorites!)

The Benton-Franklin Enviornmental Oversight Committee has pushed through a controversial new toilet flushing ban, that will affect everyone in both counties.

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Christmas for Children Group
Photo by Jimmy Taylor(Distorted Lens Photography)
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Christmas For Children Was a Major Success

Another successful year for our annual Christmas for Children toy drive. We teamed up, we collected and we delivered. Special thanks to all our listeners who stepped up and donated to help out the local foster kids in our community.

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Pine tree uprooted by high winds in Kennewick
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60 MPH Winds Wreak Havoc Across Mid-Columbia

Power lines were downed and even Pasco schools delayed because of last night's storm.

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