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Frozen food recall covers hundreds of items from many stores

Amid a massive frozen foods recall involving millions of packages of fruits and vegetables that were shipped to all 50 U.S. states, Canada and Mexico, authorities who want to stem …

Plenty of Ted Cruz supporters remain at state GOP convention

Jennifer Fetters, of Bellevue, worked a booth promoting former presidential candidate Ted Cruz at the Washington State Republican Party convention on Thursday – one of the many supporters of the …

Washington state GOP convention opens in Pasco

With Donald Trump emerging as the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, a little of the drama has been removed from the state GOP convention that opened in Pasco on Wednesday.

Pasco man pleads not guilty to raping preschooler

A man who worked as a performer at children’s parties in the Tri-Cities remains jailed on $50,000 bail on allegations that he sexually assaulted a preschooler in 2014.

FDA investigates listeria outbreak after frozen food recall

A listeria outbreak that led to a massive recall of frozen fruits and vegetables is being investigated by the U.S Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control …

Former Pasco cop wants coroner removed from inquest

A former Pasco police officer involved in the fatal shooting of a Mexican immigrant last year is asking a judge to remove the Franklin County coroner from an inquest into …

Ex-Pasco officer Richard Aguirre, arrested in 1986 killing, posts bail

SPOKANE) – A former Pasco police officer who faces a murder charge in the 1986 killing of a Spokane prostitute has been released from jail pending trial. The Tri-City Herald …

Pasco police shooting inquest expected this spring

After clearing three major hurdles this week, Franklin County Coroner Dan Blasdel plans to hold a public inquest in April or May into last year’s shooting death of Antonio Zambrano-Montes.

Coroner will proceed with inquest into Pasco police shooting

The Franklin County coroner says he will proceed with an inquest into the death of an orchard worker who was fatally shot by Pasco police last year.

Plea deal for Pasco alternative energy CEO calls for cooperation, uncertain jail time

Scott C. Johnson, owner and founder of Gen-X Energy Group, may avoid jail time by offering substantial assistance to federal prosecutors probing an alternative energy tax credit scam.

Renewable fuels company CEO expected to plead guilty to federal charges

Scott C. Johnson, the founder of a Pasco-based biofuel company, faces criminal charges after federal investigators say he bilked the IRS out of more than $9.5 million between 2012 and …

No charges for Pasco officers in migrant worker’s death

Three Pasco police officers who shot and killed migrant worker Antonio Zambrano-Montes in February will not face criminal charges, Franklin County Prosecutor Shawn Sant said Wednesday. Sant announced the decision …

UPDATED: Wed., June 10, 2015, 11:14 a.m.

Haskell: No comment on Richard Aguirre leak accusations

Spokane County Prosecutor Larry Haskell said his office will not be releasing the details that led one of his deputies to accuse law enforcement in Central Washington of leaking information …

UPDATED: Tue., June 2, 2015, 10:44 a.m.

Former Pasco officer arrested in 1986 killing of Spokane woman

Spokane police have arrested Richard Aguirre, the former Pasco police officer who was a suspect in the 1986 strangling death of a Spokane woman.

Justice Department will aid Pasco police

PASCO, Wash. (AP) — The federal office of Community Oriented Policing Services will offer technical assistance and training to the Pasco Police Department.

Brian Choate’s overtime blast powers Central Valley into State 4A soccer final four

Brian Choate called it “probably the best moment of my life.” Better ones may follow for the Central Valley senior, but this will do just fine for now. Deep into …

Jim Kershner’s this day in history

From our archives, 100 years ago In a remote area north of Sandpoint, O.C. Henry entered the cabin of W.B. Mabie and was acting rowdy.

UPDATED: Wed., Feb. 25, 2015, 8:10 p.m.

Man killed by Pasco police hit “five or six” times

Pasco police fired 17 shots during their fatal encounter with Antonio Zambrano-Montes, according to preliminary autopsy results released during a news conference Wednesday.

UPDATED: Sat., Feb. 21, 2015, 7:52 p.m.

Protestors block traffic on Columbia River bridge in Pasco

PASCO, Wash. — A group protesting a police shooting in Pasco, Washington, took over a bridge crossing the Columbia River.

Criticism of record walleye misguided

Most people who’ve seen the photo in Wednesday’s paper of John Grubenhoff holding the Washington-record 20.32-pound walleye he caught in the Columbia River are amazed and congratulatory. But a surprisingly …

Landers: Record walleye draws unfair scrutiny

Most people who’ve seen the photo in Wednesday’s paper of John Grubenhoff holding the Washington record 20.32-pound walleye he caught in the Columbia River are amazed and congratulatory. But a …

Ethanol spills in Pasco rail yard accident

Two trains collided in a switching yard at Pasco, derailing two locomotives and about a dozen cars. One of them has leaked about 2,000 gallons of ethanol.