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Stacey Henderson and Ukiah Petersen, both of Pasco, are planning a Sept. 14 wedding at Shadow Lake Ranch in Prosser.
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The Washington State Department of Transportation and Tri-Cities drivers can feel safe when they drive across our local bridges.
If he's charged with theft in this case, he could face increased penalties for organized retail theft for committing thefts at three retail locations in six months.
The City of Pasco has been working on plans to improve traffic flow on Road 68. The City estimates that 50,000 vehicles use Road 68 every day and that number is only expected to grow.
Children in a Moses Lake family are receiving rabies treatment as a precaution after they were found playing with several dead bats.
Cars pack in on the southbound lanes of Highway 395 on the Pasco side of the blue bridge following a six-car fender bender on the bridge late Thursday morning.
Winners of this year's awards for achievement through the Afro-Americans for an Academic Society are from left, Arisha Fite, 18, of Kennewick, Marina Brown, 18, of Pasco, Kendreya Skinner, 17, of Richland, Jamie Wallace, 18, of Richland and Cameron Estes, 17 of Pasco.
A young girl who may have witnessed her grandmother's fatal shooting more than two years ago will not be called to testify in her mother's upcoming murder trial, the Franklin County prosecutor said Wednesday.
Assistant Superintendent Cal Bacon is retiring in June after 30 years as a teacher, principal, and administrator for the Pasco School District.
Bryan Vargas, 20, of Pasco uses a small resistance parachute to train for conditioning Wednesday at Edgar Brown Stadium in Pasco.
Parents ought to be encouraged by the Pasco School Board's bold plan to build not only new school buildings but also new ways of teaching their children.
The district will hold an open house from 3:30 to 5 p.m. on May 29 at the administrative headquarters at 1215 W. Lewis St., to thank and recognize Bacon for her service, according to a release.
The Road 68 Improvements Phase 2 project include raised median treatments on Road 68 between Burden Blvd and Sandifur Parkway and median/turn lane modifications at the Burden and Clemente intersection to prevent left turns.
Jim MacRoberts with the Washington State Department of Transportation sets out barricades at West Lewis Street and West 28th Avenue in Pasco on Tuesday to close lanes on the blue bridge for the installation of new LED lights.