Dylan Carter

Digital Media Journalist

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“If my writing leaves a positive impression on just one person, then it’s a successful day in my book.”
A native of Brooklyn, NY, Dylan joined the KAPP-KVEW team after receiving his bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. He has over 1,500 articles published across a variety of platforms and has extensive background knowledge in content writing, filmmaking, podcasting, analytics, social media management, and sports reporting.
Before arriving in the Tri-Cities, he’s also won in-network awards for beat coverage of the Phoenix Suns and ASU basketball as a digital reporter for Cronkite Sports. Dylan has covered local news and sports in newsrooms with Cronkite News, the State Press, Arizona Sports, and Blaze Radio. Dylan published articles that were featured nationally by Bleacher Report, Sports Illustrated, and SB Nation. In his previous role as Site-Expert at AirAlamo.com, articles written and supervised by Dylan accumulated over 14 million views.


Four Seattle Supersonics crack the 'NBA 75' anniversary team

Columbia River shoreline closed again over toxic algae

Black bear or big dog? Large animal spotted roaming in Hermiston

Single mother shot in Toppenish recovers from brain damage

Granger High School receives anonymous threat

UPDATE: Toddler in stable condition after being ejected from grandma's car in Wapato

The 3-year-old's grandmother was distracted and rolled through a stop sign after the child unbuckled his seatbelt.

Benton Franklin Fair donates $12,250 for breast cancer prevention

Oregon, tribes and feds unite to improve Columbia River conditions for salmon population

Yakima woman injured after rear-ending truck on I-182 in Richland

Influx of COVID-19 outbreaks spread to Sunnyside Assisted Living Facility

UPDATE: Pasco PD recovers stolen pickup — suspects remain at large

Benton County Sheriff won't impose vaccine mandate for his staff

Franklin County farm faces steep penalty for illegal irrigation

Truck driver was nearly impaled by steel beams in Kennewick accident

Attorney General cracks down on spam phone calls that target Washington residents

Siren test planned Thursday from Columbia & Yakima Rivers across the Tri-Cities

Retired Hanford workers eligible for free Spudnuts at drive-thru event

Early-morning house fire in Yakima deemed a total loss by YFD

Teen missing out of Yakima is considered endangered by YPD

EWU Police Department granted funds for national accreditation

Ticket sales from Cats production benefits Tri-Cities cancer patients

Eastern Washington police departments receive grants from DOJ

REPORT: 98% of Kennewick school staff are vaccinated or exempt

Wenatchee man gets 17 years in prison for producing child pornography

SIU identifies DUI suspect who rammed into Kennewick PD officers & patrol cars over the weekend

Traffic Alert: WA-17 blocked by potatoes after semi-truck rollover near Mesa

Kennewick schools seek approval from Native American tribes to avoid re-branding

Two local high schools—Kennewick and Legacy—may have to re-brand by the start of 2022.

Five people hospitalized in car accident west of Connell

Hanford High creatives gain national attention with films, podcasts

A Cold War-era Hanford story is brought to life in latest production at Richland Players

Tri-Cities surpass 500 COVID deaths in spite of descending case rates

Seahawks to place Russell Wilson on IR — Earliest return is Week 10

'Slow Down, Move Over!' Tri-Cities police team up for PSA

Want your artwork hung in Walla Walla City Hall? Apply today!

3-car wreck on U.S. 12 claims life of young woman from Yakima

Clover Island restorations begin in late October along with parking restrictions

Suspect in Legends Casino shooting killed by deputies in Idaho

Pasco's small businesses receive pandemic lifeline via federal funds

Businesses throughout Pasco—many of which are minority-owned—received grants through the American Rescue Act.

Texas Roadhouse announces employee tuition refund + hosts Kennewick hiring event

Driver passes away in remote Umatilla County after train strikes semi-truck