- Report completed on police shooting of Washington state man Updated: May-28-15 8:53 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - A special investigative unit gave prosecutors its final report Thursday on the February killing of an unarmed Mexican man who was shot by police in Pasco, Washington. The contents were not released.
- Wash. prosecutor expects police report on fatal shooting Updated: May-27-15 10:50 pm
PASCO, Washington - A special investigative unit's report on the Feb. 10 shooting death of an unarmed Hispanic man in the central Washington city of Pasco is expected Thursday, the Franklin County prosecutor said.
- Connell boot camp closes after nearly 2 decades Updated: May-21-15 12:35 pm
TRI-CITIES, Washington - The state's only military-style camp for incarcerated teens has closed its doors after nearly two decades.
- Former Hanford supervisor to pay fine in timecard fraud case Updated: May-20-15 1:41 pm
TRI-CITIES, Washington - A final defendant in a multiyear timecard fraud case at Hanford has been sentenced to pay a $7,500 fine.
- Kennewick woman celebrates 80th birthday with skydive Updated: May-17-15 3:44 pm
KENNEWICK, Washington - A Kennewick woman celebrated her 80th birthday with a 12,500-foot skydive.
- Woman, pets found dead after Richland, Wash., house fire Updated: May-16-15 2:31 am
RICHLAND, Washington - Authorities in Richland, Washington, say a 67-year-old woman and two pets have been found dead after flames gutted a house.
- Federal judge to consider proposals for Hanford's future Updated: May-13-15 3:40 pm
RICHLAND, Washington - A federal judge has agreed to consider all three proposals to modify a court-enforced cleanup agreement for Hanford, which was signed in 2010.
- 3 arrested for blocking traffic during Pasco march Updated: May-10-15 5:31 pm
PASCO, Washington - Three protesters have been arrested for blocking traffic during a march in Pasco on Saturday to mark the fatal shooting of a migrant worker by police officers.
- WSU researchers make jet fuel compound from fungus Updated: May-10-15 1:01 pm
RICHLAND, Washington - Recent research out of Washington State University Tri-Cities may have you looking at your compost pile in a new light.
- Pasco school nurse named Washington school employee of year Updated: May-08-15 6:47 pm
OLYMPIA, Washington - A Pasco school nurse has been named Washington state classified school employee of the year.
- WSU signs deal to help preserve Hanford artifacts Updated: May-08-15 2:08 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - Washington State University has signed a contract to help preserve the Manhattan Project and Cold War history of the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.
- Report: Consider construction limits at Hanford plant Updated: May-07-15 7:47 pm
RICHLAND, Washington - A new report says the federal government should consider further limiting construction at a facility being built to deal with nuclear waste at Hanford until it has plans to deal with risk.
- Autopsy: Man in Wash. standoff died of gunshots to torso Updated: May-07-15 1:40 am
KENNEWICK, Washington - The Benton County coroner's office says an autopsy on a man involved in a standoff with police at a Kennewick, Washington, apartment shows he died from several gunshots to the torso.
- Former Pasco cop pleads innocent to rape Updated: May-05-15 6:07 pm
PASCO, Washington - A former Pasco police officer has pleaded innocent in Franklin County Superior Court to charges he raped a woman at his Pasco home in November.
- Standoff between police, suspect ends with man's death Updated: May-05-15 2:29 pm
KENNEWICK, Washington - Police are investigating the shooting death of a Kennewick man police say has a long history of violence against women.
- Unsolved Pasco murders leave open wounds Updated: May-03-15 2:25 pm
PASCO, Washington - It's mostly pain and anxiety that keep Drea Rose away from the Pasco block where her high school sweetheart was gunned down more than five months ago.
- State officials focus on Hanford cleanup budget Updated: May-03-15 11:58 am
RICHLAND, Washington - Washington state officials say finding adequate money to complete the Hanford cleanup is the key to completing the work, which is already 25 years behind schedule.
- Brother accused of stealing $83,000 from disabled sibling Updated: Apr-30-15 8:07 am
RICHLAND, Washington - A Richland man is facing a first-degree theft charge after $83,000 was withdrawn from his developmentally disabled brother's bank account.