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Hanford vapor lawsuit may be delayed again

The state of Washington and other plaintiffs in a lawsuit filed over Hanford chemical vapor protection have asked that the trial be delayed five months.

Richland ends Central Valley’s season in 37-0 shutout

Richland shrugged off what coach Mike Neidhold thought was a sluggish offensive game, but the Bombers’ defense was more than up for the task as it blanked Central Valley 37-0 in a 4A play-in game Friday at Lampson Stadium in Kennewick.

G-Prep Cash(es) in, tops CV 28-19 for GSL title

Chase Cash came up with two interceptions – his fifth and sixth – as the defending State 4A champion Bullpups defended their Greater Spokane League championship with a 28-19 win over visiting Central Valley.

WSU regents to consider tuition cut

An academic building at Washington State University Tri-Cities is likely to be renamed this week after the university’s late president.

Corps determines Kennewick Man is Native American

The ancient skeleton known as Kennewick Man is related to modern Native American tribes, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Wednesday, opening the process for returning to a tribe for burial one of the oldest and most complete set of bones ever found in North America.

Henrikson defense attacks witness credibility, moves for acquittal

The defense’s first witness in the murder-for-hire trial of James Henrikson offered a different account of the killing of Kristopher “K.C.” Clarke than the one told by his supposed killer, Timothy Suckow. Elberta Carlile did not testify Monday but her harrowing 911 call to authorities Dec. 15, 2013 was replayed for the jury.