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The incident is still under investigation. The incident is still under investigation.

24-year-old dies near Sunnyside after car goes off the roadway

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Washington State Patrol said 24-year-old Jose Jimenez died Sunday morning after he ran a stop sign and crashed into a fence. 

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Yakima man on bike dies after two women in a car hit him, drive off

The 25-year-old driver was arrested. The 25-year-old driver was arrested.
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A 60-year-old man on a bike died Saturday night around 11 p.m. after two women in a car hit him near the 1400 block of S. 6th Avenue.   

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BREAKING: Hermiston firefighters battle house fire on Lorraine Street

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Hermiston firefighters say they are on scene of a house fire in the area of Lorraine Street. 

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UPDATE: Zillah man arrested after two die in Snoqualmie Pass crash Video included

Courtesy: Trooper Chris Webb Courtesy: Trooper Chris Webb
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The Washington State Patrol says two people were killed in two multi-vehicle crashes heading west on Interstate 90 near Snoqualmie Summit Friday. 

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WA DOC Secretary steps down after 33 years of service

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Washington State Corrections Secretary Dan Pacholke is stepping down.

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KPD arrests man for car prowling after he admits to using "too many drugs"

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Kennewick police say they have caught a car prowler who allegedly broke into a car at the Tesoro Station on South Gum Street.

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Pasco police investigate possible armed robbery on West Sylvester Street Saturday morning

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Pasco police blocked off several roads on Saturday morning, looking for two suspects wearing masks and gloves.

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Veteran group helps buy new flags for local vets

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Local veterans in Kennewick and Richland living in the Wagenaar-Pfister Homes, homes housing homeless veterans, received a new flag Saturday.  

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Local eye doctor gives info on Age-Related Macular Degeneration for AMD Awareness Month

AMD is not reversible. AMD is not reversible.
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February is National Low Vision and Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month and a local Kennewick doctor explain what it is and how to manage it.

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Water was topic of discussion at Elements at The REACH

Tim Adams explains the Rain Shadow. Tim Adams explains the Rain Shadow.
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The REACH hosted an event Saturday on the element, water, and showed kids how it is used in our area.  

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Facebook activates 'safety check' for Taiwan after deadly earthquake

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The Latest on a 6.4-magnitude earthquake in southern Taiwan

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Family of a young man who was murdered near the Cable Bridge speaks Video included

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=It's been four months since George Thacker Garcia was shot and killed near the Cable Bridge. We were able to meet up with his family and talk with them about the past few months.  

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The Reach Museum presents the element water Video included

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The Reach is anticipating up to 100 people for tomorrows element event. People who attend will have an interactive learning experience and learn all about water.  

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  • WSU Loses Again to ASU, Drops 9th Game in a Row

    WSU Loses Again to ASU, Drops 9th Game in a Row

    Charles Callison led Washington State with 15 points. Valentine Izundu came off the bench after missing eight games with a foot injury and contributed 10 points, seven rebounds and three blocked shots.Charles Callison led Washington State with 15 points. Valentine Izundu came off the bench after missing eight games with a foot injury and contributed 10 points, seven rebounds and three blocked shots.
    Tra Holder scored 16 points to lead Arizona State past Washington State 67-55 on Saturday afternoon. Obinna Oleka and Andre Spight both scored 13 points for the Sun Devils (13-11, 3-8 Pac 12). More >>

    Tra Holder scored 16 points to lead Arizona State past Washington State 67-55 on Saturday afternoon. Obinna Oleka and Andre Spight both scored 13 points for the Sun Devils (13-11, 3-8 Pac 12).

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  • Mark Rypien Discusses His Super Bowl Experience and Sunday's Matchup

    Mark Rypien Discusses His Super Bowl Experience and Sunday's Matchup

    Shadle Park graduate Mark Rypien was the MVP of Super Bowl XXVI, and he's headed to Santa Clara this weekend to see the 50th edition. On his was to the bay area, he joined our Lindsay Joy in studio to talk about his experience in the Big Game and give his insight into Sunday's matchup between the Panthers and Broncos.  More >>
    Shadle Park graduate Mark Rypien was the MVP of Super Bowl XXVI, and he's headed to Santa Clara this weekend to see the 50th edition. On his was to the bay area, he joined our Lindsay Joy in studio to talk about his experience in the Big Game and give his insight into Sunday's matchup between the Panthers and Broncos.  More >>
  • Cougar Women Can't Overcome Slow Start, Fall to Coach Graves and The Ducks

    Cougar Women Can't Overcome Slow Start, Fall to Coach Graves and The Ducks

    By Washington State Athletics The Washington State women’s basketball team (12-10, 3-8 Pac-12) struggled to find an offensive rhythm in the first half against the University of Oregon (16-6, 5-6 Pac-12), Sunday, falling to the Ducks, 48-73. WSU freshman Borislava Hristova led the Cougars with 19 points, including 15 points in the second half. The Cougars and Ducks were on opposite ends of the spectrum, offensively, as WSU was unable to score consistently from the field, shootin...More >>
    By Washington State Athletics The Washington State women’s basketball team (12-10, 3-8 Pac-12) struggled to find an offensive rhythm in the first half against the University of Oregon (16-6, 5-6 Pac-12), Sunday, falling to the Ducks, 48-73. WSU freshman Borislava Hristova led the Cougars with 19 points, including 15 points in the second half. The Cougars and Ducks were on opposite ends of the spectrum, offensively, as WSU was unable to score consistently from the field, shootin...More >>
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