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04/25/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
Sri Lanka on Thursday lowered the death toll from the Easter suicide bombings by nearly one-third, to 253, as authorities hunted urgently for a least five more suspects and braced … Click to Continue »
04/25/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
It was the pelican jump seen around the social media world, recorded and posted on Facebook by the very man who did the deed. Now, William Hunter Hardesty, the Maryland … Click to Continue »
04/25/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
The Tri-Cities earned a failing grade for its increasing problems with ozone after recent hot summers and wildfire smoke have taken their toll, a new report said. In the American … Click to Continue »
04/25/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
Pacific lamprey, an eel-like species, will be released into the Yakima River by the Yakama Nation Fisheries at a public event in Prosser on Sunday. Lamprey, which are older than … Click to Continue »
04/25/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
Kennewick police said they caught a trio of drive-by shooting suspects after they returned to the scene of the crime Wednesday evening. The shooting happened near the corner of Clearwater … Click to Continue »
04/25/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
A Charlotte man is accused of turning a North Carolina teen runaway into a sex slave in Charlotte and Miami after meeting her on Facebook, federal prosecutors said Thursday. The … Click to Continue »
04/25/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
Beto O’Rourke was nearing the end of his stump speech when he turned to an unexpected subject in the 2020 primary: pragmatism. The former Texas congressman was outlining a health … Click to Continue »
04/25/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
Momentum is growing in Washington to approve an increase in the fee airline passengers pay to help improve the nation’s airports – with an unusual mix of Democratic House leaders … Click to Continue »
04/25/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
A flash flood warning Monday during an Arizona thunderstorm had Jonathan Kraft worried about the tigers at his Keepers of the Wild animal sanctuary, The Arizona Republic reported. Kraft, founder … Click to Continue »
04/25/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
Two men flew a plane from North Carolina to Kentucky before crashing near an airport, police said. Neither were trained pilots, and the plane may have been stolen, according to … Click to Continue »
04/25/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
A North Carolina woman landed in jail after telling a flight attendant about vomit near her airplane seat. Rosetta Swinney was boarding a Frontier Airlines plane bound for Raleigh-Durham International … Click to Continue »
04/25/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
A two-year Food and Drug Administration study of ice cream production plants found 21.3 percent had listeria and 50.6 percent had “objectionable conditions or practices,” the agency announced this week. … Click to Continue »
04/25/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
Illinois-based Grant Park Packing recalled 53,200 pounds of raw ground beef products that might be contaminated with E. coli as the multi-agency investigation into the current 10-state outbreak continues. The … Click to Continue »
04/25/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
In a domino recall after Torrent Pharmaceuticals pulled 104 lots of losartan for NMBA presence, Legacy Pharmaceutical Packaging added one lot to its recall of the heart and blood pressure … Click to Continue »
04/25/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
Fort Bragg in North Carolina says the Army base had a “blackout” for more than 12 hours overnight Wednesday as part of a cyber-attack military exercise that came as a … Click to Continue »
04/25/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
President Donald Trump’s reelection strategy will cast the entire Democratic primary field as an “unprecedented lurch to the left,” with every candidate captive to the party’s extreme wing, two senior … Click to Continue »
04/25/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
The next phase of the 2020 Democratic primary is about to begin. While a minor candidate or two may still jump in, the field is now largely set with Joe … Click to Continue »
04/25/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
Joe Biden has built a career as a back-slapping, old-school politician who prides himself on working with Republicans. He’s about to find out just how much bipartisanship Democratic voters are … Click to Continue »
04/24/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed a girl in Delaware was bitten by a “kissing bug,” ABC News reported. It is the first time a kissing bug has … Click to Continue »
04/24/2019   Tri-City Herald Local News
A Pennsylvania hospital is out $450,000 in medical supplies after thieves stole “numerous” colonoscopes, according to local authorities. Lower Merion Township police released surveillance video Wednesday showing the three people … Click to Continue »