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Police: Man threatens several people with gun, arrested in Richland
Robert L. Ozuna, of Outlook, was arrested around 7:30 a.m. and a loaded .38-caliber revolver was found near him, police said.
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Sun Mar 09, 2014
Cavalcade of Authors celebrates its sixth year with 16 young adult writers
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.
Business Briefcase for March 9
Ericka Rice has joined Richland-based TradeWind Services as manager of business development.
Tri-Cities man writes new book about Pakistani people
Haroon Ullah's heritage is Pakistani, but he proudly calls himself an American -- his family moved to the Tri-Cities when he was 3 years old.
Beverly and Frank Aiello
They were married Dec. 28, 1963, in Binghamton, N.Y. They moved to the Mid-Columbia in the fall of 1978 from Puyallup.
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FISHING: Pasco angler lands record walleye in McNary Pool
Pasco resident John Grubenhoff holds the record for the largest walleye caught in Washington.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Entrepreneurs have vision for Richland
Two young tech entrepreneurs in Richland are plugging away on development plans for about 2 acres of city-owned property off George Washington Way near Lee Boulevard, at the gateway to the city's central business district.
Veterans outraged by theft of items from memorial
The apparent theft of an M-16 rifle and helmet from a West Richland memorial has outraged Mid-Columbia veterans.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Richland man accused of groping woman in her Pasco hotel room
A 20-year-old Richland man is accused of groping a woman as she was sleeping after he got into her hotel room.
Red Cross honors local residents
The Benton-Franklin chapter of the American Red Cross honored several local heroes Thursday -- from a Richland father who defended his daughter against an attacker, to a longtime Red Cross volunteer who hails from Benton City.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Red Cross honors local 'Real Heroes'
The Benton-Franklin chapter of the American Red Cross honored several local heroes Thursday — from a Richland father who defended his daughter against an attacker, to a longtime Red Cross volunteer who hails from Benton City.
UPDATED: New citizens take oath in Richland
The new citizens come from all walks of life - some left a war-torn country with the hope of a brighter future and others ventured to America for a more promising job or educational opportunity.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Richland flower shop lawsuit delayed
The state attorney general's lawsuit against Richland flower shop owner Barronelle Stutzman, who refused to provide services at a gay couple's wedding, has been delayed.
Pasco mother acquitted of child abuse charges
Olga V. Shved, a Pasco mother convicted in 2009 of abusing her infant only to have the conviction overturned, has been acquitted of all charges.
Our Voice: We're grateful for learning and nonstop learners
We've been thinking about mentors lately: People who encourage, inspire and support young people.
New state record walleye caught in McNary Pool of Columbia River last Friday
With all the giant walleye being caught in the Columbia River, it was bound that the state record was going to get broken.
Watercolors, pottery featured in Allied Arts Gallery's new exhibit
Lemley will share the exhibition with pottery artist Alan Higinbotham. A reception for the artists is planned from 1 to 3 p.m. March 9 at the gallery, 89 Lee Blvd., Richland.
Missing Hanford High School student booked flight to Indianapolis
The family of a missing Hanford High School honor roll student said the girl bought a plane ticket and ran away from home.
Hanford could see $100-million budget cut
RICHLAND, Wash. -- It seems like a never-ending process to get nuclear waste cleaned up at the Hanford site.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Richland considers storm water pond
The Richland City Council on Tuesday night heard from several residents who are concerned about a storm water infiltration pond planned in their neighborhood.