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.


29 firefighters respond to Yakima structure fires; $500K in damages accrued

House fire claims life of Walla Walla resident despite firefighters’ best efforts

“Kind-Hearted” community member slain in string of shootings, arsons

New details include the identities of two victims and a statement from the IBEW Local 112 on the arson/shooting spree.

Pasco hit-and-run victim dies from injuries, police have a suspect

Yakima Taco Fest 2021 canceled due to influx of smoke & COVID-19 cases

Washington health leaders advise against Ivermectin for COVID-19 treatment

The drug, which is commonly used to treat parasite-infested livestock, will not help you fight COVID-19.

Cle Elum teen missed his merge for Lewis Street Underpass, crashed into wall

Walla Walla City Council signs letter of intent to host electric vehicle festival in 2022

Police identify second suspect in Yakima Valley Mall homicide

Tri-Cities officially suffer worst COVID-19 spike of the pandemic

Fewer than half of eligible Benton and Franklin county residents are fully vaccinated.

Teenager injured in car accident on US-97 north of Wapato

Violent arson spree across Benton County culminates in West Richland shootout

Toppenish man gets 70 months in federal prison for violent assault

Franklin County Commissioners meeting gets heated over mask mandate

Kennewick Schools re-open September 1 — Here’s what parents need to know

The latest on schedules, mask requirements, buses, lunches, and online learning options for the 2021-22 school year.

Pasco gun violence is surging with three shootings in one night

Yakima toddler located safely as police search for her missing mother

Grant County is 3rd in WA case rate, adds 12 more COVID-19 deaths

Wapato woman injured in hit-and-run crash on US-97

SIU releases details of Walla Walla PD officer-involved shooting

Suspect ID’d in Yakima Valley Mall shooting that killed an innocent bystander

"They exposed innocent people to violent acts and imminent threat."

Pasco houses targeted in several drive-by shootings within a month

Rain slows fires in Umatilla National Forest + Schneider Springs Fire is now 3% contained

The Lick Creek Fire is nearly contained while aerial support bolstered efforts in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.

30% of patients at Tri-Cities hospitals have COVID-19

Neighbor allegedly snuck into a Pasco home to tell a resident he liked her

“It can save entire communities:” Inslee reacts to FDA approval of Pfizer vaccine

Murder suspect arrested at Pasco trailer park after fatal stabbing

Yakima Schools re-open August 25 — Here’s what you need to know

Yakima Pride Parade postponed due to wildfire smoke

Benton County Sheriff’s Office won’t uphold Inslee’s mask mandate

Schneider Springs Fire ruins air quality from Yakima to the Tri-Cities

Still 0% contained, the massive fire has forced level 3 'Go Now' evacuations on the Highway 410 corridor.

Nine more COVID deaths in Tri-Cities + Just 3.65% of cases are breakthroughs

Yakima strip mall significantly damaged in structure fire

Fred Meyer expands vaccinations, boosters for at-risk community members

Pasco woman, 80, injured in rollover accident on S.R. 240 in Kennewick

Brush fire along I-82 contained quickly thanks to Benton County landowners & firefighters

“This is a crisis:” Benton County suffers worst COVID-19 spike of the pandemic

Tri-City Raceway returns after 17 years to host the 2021 Fall Classic

100th person dies from COVID-19 in Umatilla County

Washington prosecutors say Richland officer shot at suspect “in good faith”