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.


Central Washington Congressional Art Competition open to regional high schoolers

Walla Walla PD welcomes new puppy to fill veteran K9's position

Kennewick police arrest wanted felon, leaving dog in Animal Control custody

Gonzaga advances to national championship on Suggs' half-court heave

The Bulldogs move to 31-0 on the season after beating UCLA 93-90 in OT of the NCAA Tournament's Final Four.

Benton County mass vaccination site surpasses 50,000 vaccines administered

Kennewick schools will re-open for full-time, in-person learning April 21

A return to a normalized educational model is contingent on final details, KSD officials say.

Union Gap fire victims have been identified by Yakima coroners

Gonzaga head coach Mark Few named Naismith Coach of the Year

Coronavirus update: Hospitalizations dip, one death is reported

Space X recovers parts of Falcon 9 rocket from Grant County, Washington

Coronavirus update: Hospitalization rate increases to 5%

Driver charged with reckless driving following a head-on collision on I-182 in Pasco

Tri-Cities law enforcement team up to make stolen vehicle, DUI arrest

All Washington adults will be vaccine eligible April 15, Governor Inslee says

UPDATE: Kennewick driver dies in rollover accident on SR 395 near Connell

Coronavirus update: Pasco hits 10k cases, positivity rates decline

WATCH LIVE: Governor Inslee addresses vaccinations, state of COVID-19 in Washington

Schoolyard fight between Walla Walla teenagers leads to stabbing

Homes in Richland, Kennewick are more expensive than before the pandemic

Fire crews respond to senior housing complex in Walla Walla

Longtime Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett is rewarded with a hefty contract extension

Gonzaga Bulldogs defeat USC to claim 30th consecutive victory

Washington DOH announces positive COVID-19 results from vaccinated individuals

Washington's Phase Finder tool is being discontinued

Kennewick firefighters respond to house fire near Columbia Park

Coronavirus update: Millions become eligible for vaccination tomorrow

WATCH: 'American Idol' contestants shine in final round of Showstopper Performances

Pasco Police arrest man who robbed Albertsons for an 18-pack of beer

Coronavirus update: 74 cases arise as vaccination eligibility expands

WSP confirms 36 crashes in Kittitas County, Grant County region

EWU basketball: Jacob and Tanner Groves enter transfer portal

Suspected Kennewick kidnapper arrested re-entering the country after 13 years

Coronavirus update: No community deaths reported for this week

Seattle Seahawks re-sign edge rusher Carlos Dunlap to bolster defense

Landspout tornado surfaces above the Tri-Cities

Washington updates school guidelines, clearing way for a return to in-person education

WATCH LIVE: Inslee provides update on schools, COVID-19 response

Washington Secretary of Health: "Everyone 16+ will be eligible for the Vaccine by May 1"