Tue Aug 26, 2014
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Demand for special needs teachers higher than ever
The start of school required the hire of hundreds of new employees to fill all the open positions across local districts.
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Road 68 project is only halfway done... but delays are just getting started
Pasco's Road 68 improvement project is about half way done, but the worst of the delays are just getting started.
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Suspect identified in Pasco carjacking, Idaho stabbing
Oregon State Police , with the assistance of the Malheur County District Attorney's Office, are continuing the investigation into the stabbing of a commercial truck driver Monday afternoon along Interstate 84 about fifteen miles west of Ontario.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Oregon police: Trucker stabbed by car driver
Oregon state troopers say man driving a car stolen in Pasco, Washington, attacked a commercial truck driver in eastern Oregon on Monday, stabbing the driver multiple times.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
The VA Provides Full Coverage for Veterans With ALS
The military provides full coverage for veterans diagnosed with ALS. ALS has been getting a lot of attention from the Ice Bucket Challenge, Veterans can get full coverage of all medical expenses and can get money from the Department of Veterans Affairs if they have ALS.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Police Chase Reaches Speeds of 90 MPH on Highway 395
A 23-year-old man is facing several charges after leading police on a chase Friday night.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
Pasco Officers Seize Narcotics During Traffic Stop
At about 11:30 PM last night, Pasco Police conducted traffic related stop on a motor vehicle.
Habitat for Humanity Breaks Ground in Pasco
Two families had the opportunity to break ground for their new homes today. They'll also help build the homes by putting in 500 hours of labor per family.
2 Road 68 traffic signals to be shut down this morning
The shutdowns will take place between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. at the Road 68 intersections with Argent Road and Chapel Hill Boulevard, according to a city of Pasco news release.
Pasco's TRAC could face record loss
Pasco's TRAC event center could be headed for a record loss of almost a half-million dollars in 2014.
Suspect in Connell murder pleads innocent
A Connell teen pleaded innocent Tuesday to allegations he fatally shot a Pasco man at the front door of an apartment.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Letter: Motorized vehicle?
Electric-assisted bikes are defined as needing to have fully functional pedal system.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Construction ccontract awarded for last of 3 new Pasco elementary schools
The Pasco School Board awarded the construction contract for the last of three new elementary schools in the district to a Richland contractor.
800MHz System To Be Installed in Franklin Co. Dispatch Center
This comes after the Tri-Cities' Fraternal Order of Police made a request that all local governmental agencies work together on the same system.
Civil War reenactment this weekend at Columbia Park part of library program
There are some ties. Confederate Gen. George Pickett was based in the San Juan Islands during a dispute with Great Britain before the war, Allison said.
Commercial projects encourage taxable sales growth in Pasco
The city saw nearly $222.5 million in taxable sales through the first quarter of this year compared with about $212.3 million through the same period last year.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Man charged with shooting another man in chest after Pasco fight
Leopoldo Navarro Ramires, 46, is accused of shooting another man once in the chest after the two fought earlier in the day.