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A career criminal whose loaded flare gun was used by a woman to shoot herself in the head was sentenced Thursday to nine months in county jail.
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Staff trainer Aaron Tumale of Tacoma twirls pizza dough in the air Thursday as employees Michael Griffith of Umatilla and Jordan Wendling, right, of Kennewick work together building a pizza in the kitchen area of The Rock Wood Fired Kitchen in Kennewick.
Costa Vida Fresh Mexican Grill announces the opening of its fifth location in Washington State on Monday, March 17th.
U.S. ATTORNEY'S OFFICE NEWS RELEASE -- Michael C. Ormsby, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Washington, announced that Alfredo Ozuna Ahumada, a resident of Kennewick, Washington, was sentenced to 100 months in prison following his plea of guilty to one count of Distribution of Methamphetamine, in violation of 21 U.S.C. section 841 ... (more)
The Columbia River Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution will hold an event to honor the recipients of the DAR Good Citizen Award from Hanford, Richland, and River's Edge high schools, and celebrate the chapter's 65th anniversary.
Kollektiv is a quartet of Reed College students who spend their spare time cranking out a mix of music that can only be described as improvisational.
The Evan Egerer Band performs March 15 at the Barnard Griffin Wine Bar & Eatery, 878 Tulip Lane, Richland.
A Tri-City student speech and debate club is looking for judges to help at its tournament in Richland this weekend.
Cinda Williams Chima of Ohio, the best-selling author of the Heir Chronicles and Seven Realms series, among other titles, will be at Richland Public Library, 955 Northgate Drive, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. tonight.
The Richland School Board is considering building another elementary school and moving sixth-graders back to the elementary level because of difficulty in finding suitable land to build a middle school.
Ramez S. Farag, 37, was driving north when the Camry crossed the center line and hit the semi, which was carrying two trailers, state patrol said.
A Hanford watchdog group is criticizing the federal government's plan to take at least two years to pump out a nuclear waste storage tank that is leaking.
Sixteen authors in the young adult genre will join more than 1,000 Mid-Columbia middle and high school students Friday for the Cavalcade of Authors.
Ericka Rice has joined Richland-based TradeWind Services as manager of business development.