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.

Articles

WSU Tri-Cities raises funds for students in need on '#CougsGive Day'

Kennewick police extend search for a little girl who went missing 18 years ago

Local law enforcement created a website dedicated to finding Sofia Juarez.

Hermiston schools opt out of state assessments for 2021

Russell Wilson and Ciara set to host vaccination awareness special

Central Washington job fair set for May 8, hosted by Rep. Newhouse

Inslee commutes sentences of 13 inmates serving for low-level drug offenses

Kennewick police dog tracks hidden burglary suspect

Pasco burglary suspect arrested after brandishing hunting knife

Annual plant sale benefits Walla Walla youth program

Coronavirus update: Benton & Franklin Counties hit 27k cases

Toppenish fire causes major damage after spreading from outbuilding, vehicles to home

Healthy Washington update: South Central counties remain in Phase 3

Walla Walla police plan 'TAKE BACK' event for disposal of drugs, unwanted goods

Benton County mass vaccination site to offer Johnson & Johnson vaccine

Coronavirus update: Franklin County hits 100 deaths to COVID-19

Pasco resident faces insurance fraud claims in Idaho after tragedy strikes

Missing Yakima girls returned to parents, who found them on Snapchat

Wenatchee Safeway urgently offers J&J vaccinations today

Prosser: Seven-hour power outage planned for April 10, per Benton PUD

KPD arrests domestic violence suspect hiding under a mattress

Walla Walla victim tricked by phone scammer using fraudulent caller ID

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee speaks on COVID-19, the '21 legislative session

Pair of young girls from Yakima missing; police ask for help

Have you seen these girls?

Kennewick alternative health clinic ignites, likely caused by washer/dryer

Richland teenager to premiere his film at Fairchild Cinemas

Tri-Cities Cancer Center will open a community garden to aid patients

Coronavirus update: Tri-Cities hospitalizations, positivity rates decline

Central Washington University opens coveted craft brewing class to all students

Hundreds of appointments available at Benton County mass vaccination site

Yakima courthouse bomb scare deemed non-threat after investigation

Kennewick police arrest suspect in Columbia Center Mall drive-by shooting

Yakima police resolve potential bomb threat at Federal Courthouse

Yakama Nation Tribal Council meets with Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff

WATCH LIVE: Second Gentleman visits Yakima vaccination site, agricultural community

Doug Emhoff, husband to Vice President of the United States Kamala Harris, meets with local leaders in Yakima today.

Gonzaga falls short against Baylor in NCAA Championship