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03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
Banks and other financial companies led U.S. stock indexes sharply higher Tuesday, snapping an eight-day losing streak for the Dow Jones industrial average. The rally was broad, with materials and … Click to Continue »
03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
The Latest on France's presidential campaign (all times local): 10:45 p.m. The wife of French presidential candidate Francois Fillon is facing preliminary charges over well-paid parliamentary jobs that investigators suspect … Click to Continue »
03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
Fox News host Bill O’Reilly seemed to disparage a senior African American congresswoman because of the lawmaker’s appearance - comparing her hair to a “James Brown wig.” O'Reilly later said … Click to Continue »
03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News

Former Kennewick City Attorney John Ziobro has been selected to complete the Benton County District Court term of Joe Burrowes, which expires next year.

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03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
Get help listening for and identifying different species of birds during the Lower Columbia Basin Audubon Society’s monthly walk Saturday. Many species of birds are migrating through the area and … Click to Continue »
03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
A con artist called a Richland man asking for money to support fallen police officers. He didn’t know he called the police. The Richland police officer asked the caller for … Click to Continue »
03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
A new chief was appointed to head the Columbia Basin College Foundation. Alissa Watkins, previously the foundation’s director of philanthropy, is the new executive director of the nonprofit organization. The … Click to Continue »
03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
Boaters, including wheat shippers, will have to wait longer for the navigation lock at Little Goose Dam on the Snake River near Starbuck to reopen. The lock now is expected … Click to Continue »
03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
A Missouri Western student was recently banned from Tinder after she entreated men to send her money. Maggie Archer, 20, used nothing more than a few words in her Tinder … Click to Continue »
03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
A 65-year-old Fort Worth man has been charged with possessing child porn and sexual abuse of two children after lending his computer to a young family friend, who discovered nude … Click to Continue »
03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
Cpl. Kevin Holtry’s pain strikes unexpectedly. And often. He compares it to getting stabbed and electrocuted at the same time. “Stabbed with an electrical rod,” he told the Statesman. Some … Click to Continue »
03/28/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
On March 26th at about 6:30 a.m., Benton County Sheriff's Office deputies responded to a call that a woman was found not breathing by her daughter. 
03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
A full renovation of the boat launch at Two Rivers Park on the Columbia River in Finley is planned. But first, Benton County need permission from the Army Corps of … Click to Continue »
03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
There are dumb criminals, and then there’s this guy. Police in Washington, D.C., are looking for a man who tried to rob a 7-11 there. He had a gun and … Click to Continue »
03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
Kennewick police would like to know the signature of the “artist” spray painting graffiti on a gazebo wall Tuesday. Surveillance video captured the image of a woman painting the wall … Click to Continue »
03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
Spiders are quite literally all around us. A recent entomological survey of North Carolina homes turned up spiders in 100 percent of them, including 68 percent of bathrooms and more … Click to Continue »
03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
Two generations ago, they were often written off as a bunch of hippies making backpacks and climbing gear for niche markets. But in recent decades, companies such as Patagonia and … Click to Continue »
03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
The Ferrari driver who allegedly slammed into a motorcycle cop, dragged him along the road and then sped away from the mangled body took just hours to find, as investigators … Click to Continue »
03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
Killer whales hunting in Argentina have developed a distinctive technique of attack in the Peninsula Valdes nature reserve, a far-flung coastline 600 miles from Buenos Aires. This phenomenon can only be witnessed here in March and April, and is rarely caught on camera. … Click to Continue »
03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
The security perimeter around the White House – put in place after a suspicious package was found on the north side on Tuesday – has been lifted, according to the … Click to Continue »
03/28/2017   Tri-City Herald Local News
Donald Carter had a long day Friday. His wife and their two children had already had dinner by the time he got home late. So he jumped in the car … Click to Continue »
03/27/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
It's no secret that buying produce can get expensive, but it's also necessary for a healthy diet. 
03/27/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
This fall, 12 WSU Pullman doctoral students will begin long-term internships at PNNL as part of a new program between the university and the lab. 
03/27/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
Type 2 diabetes is the most common type of diabetes. With this disease, your body doesn't use insulin properly. 
03/27/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
A new lecture series at WSU Tri-Cities aims to get students interested in careers in and around the Hanford Site. 
03/27/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
Richland Police officers were called out to the scene of a car versus bus accident earlier today. 
03/27/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
Fire Ops 101 has been going on for 12 years at Hammer Training Facility in Richland. It's meant to give city and government leaders an inside look at what firefighting is: time critical, highly technical and labor intensive. 
03/27/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
Three Hanford Site contractors – Mission Support Alliance (MSA), CH2M HILL Plateau Remediation Company (CH2M) and Washington River Protection Solutions (WRPS) - were recently recognized as leaders in the procurement and use of sustainable information technology products by the Green Electronics Council and managers of the Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT) label. 
03/27/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman says she will undergo treatment for colon cancer over the next several weeks. 
03/27/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
The Walla Walla High School Blue Devil Dance team finished 4th at the WIAA State Dance Competition this weekend. 
03/27/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
Warden Police Department is asking the community’s help in finding two suspects in connection with a robbery and unlawful imprisonment of a victim on March 25th, 2017. 
03/27/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
Kennewick Fire is trying to figure out how some debris caught on fire in front of a home on the 1800 block of west 11th avenue early Sunday morning.
03/27/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
A man and a woman are home safe after going missing near the Umatilla National Forest. 
03/26/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
Multiple agencies including Richland, Pasco and Benton County responded with Kennewick Police Department to the 3700 block of W 2nd Avenue. 
03/24/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
We all have dreams and roads towards achieving them.
03/24/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
Leona Libby Middle School is looking good. 
03/24/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
When your hands are full, you can use tools like Siri to check the weather, get directions, or even make a phone call. 
03/24/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
The Washington State Department of Early Learning is in the beginning stages of a proposal to merge the standards for in-home childcare facilities and childhood learning centers. 
03/24/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
One of the Hanford site's toughest cleanup projects can see the light at the end of the tunnel.
03/24/2017   NBC Right Now Tri-Cities News
A jury has found former Pasco Police Officer Richard Aguirre not guilty in his second trial. The verdict came in Thursday, March 23.