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.


Pasco Police investigate citizen report near schools, no threat found

Pasco police arrest alleged arsonist for setting fire to apartment doors

Two Pasco police officers hurt during arrest of man brandishing knives near Lourdes ER

Nigerian citizen charged with defrauding Washington unemployment of over $350,000

FEMA to assist with funeral costs for COVID-19 related deaths

Splash pad in Milton-Freewater officially opens for the summer

Washington Sen. Patty Murray announces her re-election campaign

Othello woman injured in car crash north of Tri-Cities

Clarifying Washington state’s updated masking rules and vaccination guidelines

Car combusts on Yakima Valley Highway after hit-and-run accident

WSP teams with local agencies to tackle street racing

Kennewick fire crews put out smokey fire in local carniceria

Wildfire scorches vegetation along Snake River near Levey Park

What were Washington’s most popular baby names in 2020?

Toppenish schoolbus struck in sudden collision; senior and juvenile sent to hospital

WSU Tri-Cities contracts Rite Aid for vaccination clinic

Tri-Cities gets first Aerie store at Columbia Center Mall

Central Washington University lifts SAT/ACT requirement for admission

Washington children 12-15 cleared for Pfizer vaccine

Fairchild Cinemas in Pasco offers free popcorn with ticket

CBC names competition court after HOF coach Cheryl Holden

Canyon View Elementary introduces its next principal

What’s Keeping You from Getting the COVID-19 vaccine?

Have you been vaccinated? If not, we want to hear from you!

Pasco agencies team up to offer Utility and Rental Assistance Money

Benton County & Yakima sites won’t vaccinate children ages 12-15 yet

Pasco Crime Roundup: Chain snatching, aggravated assault, burglary & car theft

Local police officers faced these four individual crimes over a busy Spring weekend.

The Portland A’s? Oakland Athletics ponder a move to the Pacific Northwest

Hermiston Spring Bazaar returns with 80+ vendors Saturday

Tri-City Americans open a section for vaccinated fans at Toyota Center

Central Washington University will require COVID-19 vaccinations in the Fall

Franklin County hits 12,000 COVID-19 cases

Benton County sheriff recall election set for August 3

Richland wildfires may have begun at homeless camp; damaged over 235 acres

Tri-Cities fire crews prevent spread of an unintentional kitchen fire

KPD detains three suspects including two juveniles in BB gun rampage

Yakima Farmers’ Market set to re-open for season on Mother’s Day

Walla Walla police arrest prowler stealing from cars

Kennewick police receive new information on Sofia Juarez’s disappearance

Investigators are looking into a viral TikTok video and a mysterious van spotted near Sofia's home in 2003.

Washington Governor signs economic justice legislative package