Local obituary notices in Pasco, WA
7 hrs ago | via TwinCities
Funeral arrangements have been finalized for former Twin Cities sportscaster Rod Simons, who was found dead Monday while in town to cover spring training. Simons, who was 56, will be buried in the Tri-Cities of Washington, where he was raised and started his radio and television broadcasting career. Comment?
Tuesday Jan 31 | via Tri-cityherald.com
The Kennewick police are asking the public to identify a suspect of lewd conduct in the 400 block of Bradley Street at 7 a.m. and was seen driving a white full-sized extended cab pickup truck. If you have information about the suspect or can identify him from the video, you are asked to call 509-628-0333. Comment?
Jan 24, 2017 | via Tri-cityherald.com
The Pasco Police produced a humorous video about a man trying to steal and run from them on a golf cart. A robber remains at large after holding up a GNC, a nutritional supplement store at 2879 W. Kennewick Ave shortly before noon. Comment?
Jan 23, 2017 | via Tri-cityherald.com
A couple took turns trying to run from Pasco police on Jan. 20. A man and a woman were arrested after he ran and she tried to drive away. Pasco Police Officer Adam Wright testifies Wednesday during the coroners inquest into the death of Antonio Zambrano-Montes in February of 2015. Comment?
Jan 22, 2017 | via Tri-cityherald.com
A woman died Tuesday afternoon after she was hit by a vehicle as she dashed across West Clearwater Avenue near the Sterling's restaurant in Kennewick. She was taken by ambulance to Trios hospital and died a short time later, according to the Kennewick police. Comment?
Jan 19, 2017 | via The Daily News-Record
Joseph "Joe" Thomas Arnaud, 88, of Harrisonburg, passed away Thursday, Jan. 19, 2017. He was born in Worcester, Mass., on Dec. 21, 1928, and was the son of the late Joseph L. and Marie Elizabeth Davis Arnaud. Comment?
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