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Get out the electric blankets and long underwear, because the Mid-Columbia is going to continue getting socked with some serious cold.
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PASCO, Wash. - It's no secret Pasco schools have battled low test scores. But KEPR learned some elementary schools are in the bottom five percent for the state.
The Downtown Walla Walla Foundation has postponed the Macy's Parade of Lights scheduled for Saturday to the following Saturday, Dec. 14. Events manager Gina Grant Bull says they didn't want to expose an estimated 5,000 spectators to a forecast temperature no warmer than 11 degrees.
Emily Dusek, 7, looks out the window of a 1950s-era passenger car on Thursday as she joined her grandparents Rockey and Twila Stoddard, all of Kennewick, on the BNSF Holiday Express.
Amy Ward, executive director of the Mid-Columbia Reading Foundation, stands next to some of the empty book shelves at the agency's office in the Fruitland School building in Kennewick.
PASCAN Aviation Inc. is cancelling its flights in and out of Moncton on Dec. 13 after promised sales didn't materialize.
The city recently issued a building permit for SpringHill Suites by Marriott to Vijay Patel, president of A-1 Hospitality of Kennewick.
Elizabeth Romero was last seen at 1800 W. 7th Avenue Kennewick and is believed to be in danger.
Linda Christiano of Spot-O-Faith Farms in Pascol ooks over a 12-year-old mare June 5, 2013 that was dropped off by Franklin County Sheriff's deputies who seized the horse from a Pasco man due to mistreatment of the horse.
Police found more than 20 shell casings at the scene, said Richland police Capt.
A Pasco woman was sentenced Wednesday to 20 days in jail for using a former roommate's checks on a closed account to get pizza delivery.
I wanted to express my gratitude and commend the city of Pasco Public Works Department.
Here is the latest steelhead fishing report from the Hanford Reach area by Paul Hoffarth, a state Fish and Wildlife biologist in Pasco: Through Nov. 30, a total of 243 steelhead have been harvested in the Hanford Reach .
The city of Pasco is looking at several increases in costs for services in 2014, according to City Manager Gary Crutchfield.
Wind Chill Warning for Franklin County was issued at December 07 at 6:48AM PST