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Broadway hit will teach these Pasco teens a lesson

Geo Rivera hadn't heard of Hamilton. The 16-year-old Pasco High School junior is into hip-hop. Broadway isn't exactly his thing. But Hamilton is something different. The hit musical tells the story of founding father Alexander Hamilton through rap and R&B. "When (my teacher) told me about it, she wa

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Diabetes classes beginning Feb. 8 in Kennewick

The Benton Franklin Health District is offering a free diabetes self-management workshop on Thursdays from 4 to 6 p.m. through March 15 at the Benton Franklin Health District, 7102 W Okanogan Place, Kennewick. The workshop will address how to deal with fatigue and pain, improve nutrition and exercis

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He escaped Kennewick police twice. Officers need you to catch him

Kennewick police are looking for a man who escaped officers twice this morning. Criminal Apprehension Team detectives wanted Joshua Bussell, 33, for an outstanding warrant for eluding police. They spotted Bussell behind the wheel of a vehicle near 10th Avenue and Hartford Street at 2 a.m., Kennewi

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Marimba stolen from Howard Amon Park finally returned to its rightful home

RICHLAND, WA - Howard Amon Park is one of the busiest hangouts in Richland. So, it's no surprise a lot of people were so upset to find out a really cool instrument in the park had been stolen. But tonight, it's where it's supposed to be. "They're a little unique," said Justin Watson. "They're not li

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Valentine's Day Flowers | Tri-City Herald

Dana Stone, an employee at Shelby's Floral in Kennewick, fills up the store's delivery van with bouquets of flowers and balloons that need to be delivered for Valentine's Day throughout the Tri-Cities. Shelby Floral has been delivering on more than 500 Valentine's Day orders since Tuesday. Noelle Ha

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This club is serious about fighting gangs in Kennewick. They raised $4.3M to prove it

A thousand kids in central Kennewick will soon have a place to go that will keep them away from gangs and graffiti. Boys & Girls Clubs of Benton and Franklin Counties breaks ground on its $5.1 million Kennewick Clubhouse in March, following a low-profile campaign that secured $4.3 million in commitm

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Authorities: No threats made at Zillah High School amid concerns

ZILLAH, Wash. - Investigators say no threats have been made at a Zillah school after concerns have come into the school regarding possible threats. Zillah Schools Superintendent Doug Burge told Action News authorities investigated rumors of a school threat at Zillah High School on Wednesday, but no

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Our Voice: The Hanford funding game is one we must win

In addition to the Super Bowl, Winter Olympics and the upcoming March Madness, this time of year also brings a political game called Hanford cleanup funding. It isn't a sport, but it involves important players, opposing sides and strategy. Its outcome is significantly more important than any athleti

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