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Neil Aiello, center, speaks to residents at a UNHCR, UN Refugee Agency, truck during a recent trip to Africa.
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Kiwanis Club of the Horse Heaven Hills meets at noon Monday in the fourth-floor conference room at Clover Island Inn, Kennewick.
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Richland residents are invited to review instructional materials being proposed to teach about HIV/AIDS and personal growth and development in Richland schools.
Local Pastors, from left, Wes Lindseth of Life Church 7, Jon Brandstetter of Columbia FourSquare Church, Steve Watson of The Bridge Church and Dan Keller of Island View Worship Center, pose for a photo at The Bridge Church in Richland.
The two men weren't necessarily best friends, but they went from hanging out every once in a while to "more and more," often at the Richland skate park, said the witnesses, friends of Young and Hunt.
See a video at tricityherald.com. A Richland mountaineering guide who takes climbers up Mount Everest wasn’t hurt in this morning’s deadly avalanche on the peak.
Theater students from Richland and Hanford high schools took home several honors and scholarships at the recent Washington State Thespian Festival.
Seventeen small Tri-City businesses are in the running for the 2014 Mid-Columbia Small Business of the Year awards.
Katie Ziegler has been named 2013 Dispatcher of the Year for Southeast Communications, a division of Benton County Emergency Management.
A Richland firefighter sprays smoldering areas Tuesday on the back porch of a house in Pasco.
Rebar and concrete walls are installed last fall at the top of the High-Level Waste Facility at the Hanford vitrification plant.
A program about "Helping Adolescents Cope with Loss" is planned from 10:15 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 22 at The Chaplaincy's Spaulding Park facility, 1480 Fowler St., Richland.
A fire Tuesday morning damaged a house at 115 N. Seventh Ave. in Pasco. One person was home at the time but the person was not hurt.
There were four identity thefts were reported on Monday alone, police said. Three of the complaints were from people who discovered someone else had filed using their social security number and claiming fake returns.