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Police are investigating a break in at the Kennewick Verizon Wireless store. Police are investigating a break in at the Kennewick Verizon Wireless store.

Kennewick Police to Investigate Break In at Verizon Wireless

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Police say someone broke into the Verizon Wireless store in Kennewick early Friday morning. More>>

Yakima Police are Investigating an Armed Robbery at Domino's Pizza

Armed Robbery at Domino's Pizza on Union St. in Yakima Armed Robbery at Domino's Pizza on Union St. in Yakima
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The Yakima Police Department is investigating an armed robbery at the Domino's Pizza on Union Street Thursday evening just before 9 p.m. More>>

The Walla Walla Police Department is Participating in "No Shave November"

The Walla Walla Police Department Participating in "No Shave November" The Walla Walla Police Department Participating in "No Shave November"
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 Members of the Walla Walla Police Department and Dispatch are taking a break from shaving to help fight cancer for the next month during "No Shave November". More>>

Troopers Investigating an Accident that Killed a Man Near Wapato

Troopers are investigating an accident that killed a man Thursday night. Troopers are investigating an accident that killed a man Thursday night.
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The Washington State Patrol is investigating an accident that killed a pedestrian Thursday night. More>>

Studded Tires are Legal Again Starting November 1st

Studded tires are legal in Oregon and Washington beginning Saturday. Studded tires are legal in Oregon and Washington beginning Saturday.
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Studded tires are legal again starting Saturday on roadways in Washington and Oregon. More>>

Make Sure Your Kids Are Safe While Trick Or Treating

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It is almost time to take to the streets for trick-or-treating, and parents need to keep in mind the safety of their children while they are out at night.
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Two Suspects to Serve Decades, Two Walk Free in Murder of Yakima Real Estate Broker Video included

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A judge wrapped up the case of the murder of Yakima real estate broker Vern Holbrook Thursday.  More>>

Yakama Nation Plans to Sue Over Hanford Cleanup Plan Video included

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The Yakama Tribal Council announced that it plans to sue the Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency over their plans to clean up a portion of the Hanford site. More>>

Domestic Violence Victims Remembered at Annual Vigil in Richland Video included

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Dozens of people came together Thursday night at John Dam Plaza in Richland to honor those lost by domestic violence.  More>>

Zillah Pizza Delivery Suspect Appears in Court as Final Suspect Arrested Video included

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A fourth and final suspect has been arrested in connection with Monday's pizza delivery robbery near Zillah.
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Workers Exposed & Harmed By Vapors According To New Hanford Report

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A third party report shows Hanford workers were in fact exposed to chemical vapors resulting in negative effects to their health.  More>>

Halloween Costume Trends and Sales Video included

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Frozen fanatics, we have some bad news for you. If you have not picked up your costumes already, you may be out of luck. More>>

Richland Doctor Needs Your Help To Further Assist Local Veterans Video included

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A Richland man is opening the doors of his private practice to the men and women who serve our nation.   More>>

TRENDING: Resting Faces in the Workplace Video included

You could be sleepy, mad or even jolly. NBC Right Now's Morgan Ashley took some time Thursday and tried to get some of the best resting faces in the newsroom. Most of them are hard at work and they were barely able to tell they had been photographed. You could be sleepy, mad or even jolly. NBC Right Now's Morgan Ashley took some time Thursday and tried to get some of the best resting faces in the newsroom. Most of them are hard at work and they were barely able to tell they had been photographed.
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Ever wonder what your resting face could be telling others? The Today Show dug into a study this week that says many people decide trustworthiness or competence based on facial features.  More>>

JUST ASK SHANE: Where Does Washington's Lottery Money Go? Video included

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I got an email from a viewer recently who had a question about Washington's lottery and the money that it generates. Nancy sent me an email asking, "When they started the lottery back in the 80's, they told us the money would go toward education and other programs. Can you tell us where the money goes now?" More>>

Trios Volunteer Turns 100 Video included

Maria said, "I'm going to come in here maybe not every Thursday because I am getting tired, but when I don't, I'll send it home. But I'll do work at home until the day I die." Maria said, "I'm going to come in here maybe not every Thursday because I am getting tired, but when I don't, I'll send it home. But I'll do work at home until the day I die."
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Trios is celebrated on Thursday for a volunteer who is ringing in the big 100 by donating her time and wisdom to a great cause.  More>>

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  • Studded Tires are Legal Again Starting November 1st

    Studded Tires are Legal Again Starting November 1st

    Friday, October 31 2014 12:11 PM EDT2014-10-31 16:11:22 GMT
    Studded tires are legal in Oregon and Washington beginning Saturday.Studded tires are legal in Oregon and Washington beginning Saturday.
    Studded tires are legal again starting Saturday on roadways in Washington and Oregon.More >>
    Studded tires are legal again starting Saturday on roadways in Washington and Oregon.More >>
  • Halloween House Turns Heads

    Halloween House Turns Heads

    Friday, October 31 2014 11:24 AM EDT2014-10-31 15:24:04 GMT
    Al North has two things to celebrate this Halloween: the completion of his intense decorating, and his birthday! North estimates he's spent several thousand dollars on all of his intricate decorations over the years.More >>
    Al North has two things to celebrate this Halloween: the completion of his intense decorating, and his birthday! North estimates he's spent several thousand dollars on all of his intricate decorations over the years.
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  • The mystery of Alfred Packer: 'The Colorado Cannibal'

    The mystery of Alfred Packer: 'The Colorado Cannibal'

    Friday, October 31 2014 10:55 AM EDT2014-10-31 14:55:07 GMT
    DENVER - A mystery 140 years in the making. The story of the Colorado Cannibal: Alfred Packer. Was he a cannibalistic murderer or simply misunderstood?More >>
    DENVER - A mystery 140 years in the making. The story of the Colorado Cannibal: Alfred Packer. Was he a cannibalistic murderer or simply misunderstood? Nearly 150 years ago, Alfred Packer went to Colorado to find his fortune. He joined a group of prospectors on their way to Breckenridge, but before the trip was over, he would become known as Colorado's first cannibal.More >>
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