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Frank Harkenrider Retiring After 50 Years

Frank Harkenrider has announced that after 50 years of service to the Hermiston comminty as mayor and a city council member he is retiring.Harkenrider told your local ABC his reason is, he's 87 years old and it was his time…

Walla Walla Murder Suspect Pleads Not-Guilty

The prime murder suspect in the shooting death of Yesica Olivos pleads not-guilty in court yesterday. 17 year old Carlos Valdez is charged with first degree murder and will be charged as an adult. Olivos' body was found on Frog…

Guadalupe Montejano's Arraignment Continued

The arraignment of Guadalupe Montejano has been continued until Tuesday, January 21st. Montejano is being charged with Murder in the First Degree in the death of Tamie Alane Clark Acevedo. On January 3rd Pasco police received a call that Tamie…

CBC College Night set for Tonight

The 13th annual Columbia Basin College, College Night, will be held tonight at 6 p.m. in Gjerde Center on the CBC Pasco campus. College Night is for all high school seniors and their parents to learn about college life and…

Yakima Teen is Hit by a Police Vehicle Yesterday

A Yakima teen is recovering after being hit by a Police Department vehicle. According to witnesses, the boy was attempting to cross North 6th at Jerome Avenue yesterday when he was struck by Sergeant Mike Henne. Witnesses say the teen…

Supply and Demand

Patrick Smith surveys his hop field, preparing for the planting season next month. Smith, in conjunction with many other hop growers in the Yakima Valley, helps supply nearly 80% of the nation's hops. As the number one supplier, that also…

Mariners Player Visits Students

Students at Summitview Elementary in Yakima got a special visit this afternoon. Mariners second baseman Nick Franklin spoke to kids about living a healthy and drug free lifestyle. It's part of the Seattle Mariner's baseball caravan tour, where they will…

Windy Tri Cities

Today we saw wind gusts up to 40 miles per hour. Most of the trees around town are now leaning in the direction of the wind. Ryan Hone, the owner of tree service Top Tree said it usually takes gusts…

Yakama Nation Moving to Ban Marijuana

The Yakama Nation is moving to ban marijuana in all 10 counties of ancestral land which covers one-fifth of Washington State's land mass. In the wake of the state's legalization of recreational pot use, the tribe has already banned marijuana…

Wash. legislature returns; quick action planned

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) -- Washington state lawmakers are back in session.The Legislature began its 60-day session today, with school funding, transportation and marijuana among the issues on the agenda. The state House planned to take immediate action on a bill…

Yakima Police Search for Robbery Suspects

The Yakima Police Department is looking for two suspects who allegedly robbed two others at gunpoint. It happened Saturday afternoon on the 1400 block of Cherry Avenue. According to Police, two hispanic men in the 20's approached two men who…

Brides Brides Everywhere

The TRAC in Pasco was filled with brides to be for Brides 2014. The event was a huge success. Inside there were over 80 differnt vendors, including florists, backeries, DJ's, bridal dresses and men's wear. Terry Marie Fleischman the director…