4 hrs ago
Pasco man shot dead by police identified
Richard R. Howard, 49, was killed by a member of the Tri-City Regional SWAT Team after he pointed what appeared to be a rifle at officers, Pasco police Capt.
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16 hrs ago
Shots fired in west Pasco
An unidentified man fired several shots at police Wednesday from inside a home near Lansing and Providence lanes in Pasco.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
BYU students took cover in bomb shelter during Hamas missile attack on Jerusalem
Students, faculty and staff at BYU's Jerusalem Center took cover Tuesday in bomb shelters on the property during a Hamas missile attack on the city.
Eric Herman performs catchy kid tunes July 15 in Kennewick, Pasco
After losing his wife Roseann to cancer a year ago, West Richland musician Eric Herman is back doing what he loves most, singing catchy tunes for kids.
Rodney Carrington returns to TRAC for comedy show
Tickets officially go on sale July 11 for the Rodney Carrington show, scheduled for Sept.
Basin Disposal to get natural gas trucks
Basin Disposal is converting its fleet of more than 70 garbage trucks from diesel to natural gas, and opening up its fueling station to other businesses.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Pasco man pleads innocent to charges of selling stolen property
A Pasco man pleaded innocent Tuesday to charges he has been fencing stolen goods for years to resell in a Mexico store.
Week in Photos - July 6-12, 2014
July 8, 2014 - Workers with the Franklin Public Utility District use a fire extinguisher Monday to help put out a fire on top of a power pole.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Pasco votes to draft measure to ban pot sales
The Pasco City Council voted 6-1 Monday to draft an ordinance banning recreational and medicinal marijuana sales in the city, despite objections from a man looking to set up a marijuana store downtown.
Second Harvest seeks volunteers in Pasco
Second Harvest's Pasco distribution center has an ongoing need for volunteers to help sort and repack produce and nonperishable food items.
3 arrested in Pasco altercation
Three Basin residents were arrested early Sunday after they were asked to leave a Pasco property because the homeowner didn't know them.
Vandalized veterans memorial in West Richland fixed, rededicated
The vandalized veterans memorial in West Richland's Flat Top Park has been fixed, but more work needs to be done.
Protect Your Skin in Excessive Heat
It is definitely looking like it is going to be a hot week and if you are planning on spending any time outdoors there are some precautions you should take.
Hay & Forage Grower
Rains Keep Washington Hay Growers From Fields
The second cutting of alfalfa is under way in much of Washington, but recent rain has caused some decline in quality, says Chep Gauntt, a Pasco, WA, grower.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
All candidates vying for Doc Hastings' spot to be at forum Thursday
All 12 candidates running to replace retiring Rep. Doc Hastings, R-Pasco, are scheduled to attend a candidate forum Thursday.
Fire burns hundreds of acres in Badger Canyon
Fire just north of Badger Road. Barbara Minton of Benton City said it started about 2 p.m. and looks like it is contained now.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Kid's Day is today at Pasco Farmers Market
Pasco Farmers Market will hold its fourth annual Kid's Day at The Market today from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Pony rides, face painting, make-your-own ice cream, balloon art, carnival-type games, snow cones, pumpkin seed planting and a show by The Dance Connection students are among the offerings.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Franklin County votes to ban semi-truck parking
The changes were prompted after other drivers complained about parked 18-wheelers blocking their views along streets, as well as other parked cars making it difficult to pick up or drop off children safely at schools, said Public Works Director Matt Mahoney.
Last stretch of Kennewick's Steptoe project to begin
The Kennewick City Council unanimously awarded a $6 million contract to Premier Excavation of Pasco for the project earlier this week.
Gallery: Grand Old Fourth Parade
Thousands of participants and spectators enjoyed the red white and blued themed Grand Old Fourth Parade Friday as it moved down Sylvester Street in downtown Pasco.