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An interesting controversy has surrounded Kennewick in its quest to be the Slurpee Capital of the World. The international title has been held by Winnipeg, Canada, for some years and Kennewick mounted their effort to be recognized. Although Winnipeg is the urban market area with sales of the highest number of "cups on average per store," Kennewick led the world in Slurpee sales dollars and number of cups sold for 2008.

Population: 67180
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Local Colleges: Washington State University Tri-Cities

Zip Codes associated with kennewick, washington: 99336 99337 99338
Towns/Cities near kennewick, washington : Pasco Burbank Richland Finley Highland Benton City

Kennewick News
Wiz Khalifa coming to Kennewick on 4/20

The star rapper known for hits like "We Dem Boyz," "Black and Yellow," "On My Level" and the Furious 7 single "See You Again" will be coming to the Toyota Center for his 2018 tour. It just so happens that Khalifa, a marijuana enthusiast who often raps about the subject, will be performing on the international weed holiday "4/20."

Hea s a rap superstar. And hea ll perform next month in Kennewick.

Khalifa burst onto the scene in 2006 with his debut album, "Show and Prove." His latest album, "Rolling Papers 2," is in the works.

Hey, child predators and gangsters. A Tri-City sheriff is asking for more help to track you down

The Benton County sheriff wants to add three new detectives using public safety sales tax money that was originally earmarked for jail employees. The Benton County sheriff wants to add three new detectives using public safety sales tax money that was originally earmarked for jail employees.

He was rejected by Panama as a undesirable.a The child rape suspect is back in Kennewick

Clay V. Haynes, 46, was booked into the Benton County jail on March 12, three months after he was picked up in Panama. The Kennewick man is charged with six sex crimes involving two girls.

Man uses survey to lure teens in Kennewick

The two 15-year-olds were at the Columbia Center Mall on Thursday when a man asked them if they wanted to take a survey and earn $20, Kennewick police said. While the man's behavior is disturbing, it may not have stepped over the line into illegal, Kennewick Sgt.

Warm weather sweet as honey

A honey bee makes the rounds collecting pollen Monday from a blossoming cherry tree in the 4100 block of West Okanogan Avenue in Kennewick.

1 drunk man plus a shotgun led to hour-long standoff in Finley

Daniel James, 44, allegedly went home drunk and got into an argument with his housemates in the living room shortly before 6:30 p.m., the Benton County Sheriff's Office said. He allegedly walked into a bedroom and returned with a shotgun and threatened one of his housemates.

She started teaching in honor of her husband. Now she is the inspiration

Kris Mars a teacher at Hawthorne Elementary began teaching to honor her late husband Bob Mars. She just won a Crystal Apple award for excellence in education.

Hundreds turn out to help clean up the Spokane River

Just over 100 volunteers showed up on Saturday morning at People's Park in Spokane's Peaceful Valley. They were there to help clean up all the litter left behind from the winter "It's been a long winter and trash has accumulated along our river and streets, and we really need to get that before it gets into the river," said Jule Schultz with Spokane Riverkeepers.

Kennewick PD arrest man linked to Spokane shooting death

Kennewick Police reported Saturday that one person has been arrested and another detained in connection to a fatal shooting that happened in North Spokane Thursday night. A car, pictured above, showed up to Holy Family Hospital Thursday night with a gunshot victim dead inside.

Suspect arrested in Kennewick in connection with North Spokane homicide - Sat, 10 Mar 2018 PST

Kennewick Police report that a suspect wanted in connection with a fatal shooting this week in north Spokane has been taken into custody. At around 7 a.m. Saturday morning, an Kennewick Police officer on routine patrol spotted a vehicle believed to have been involved in the Thursday homicide, which occurred near 800-block of E. Hoffman Avenue about 8:30 p.m. While the officer was waiting for backup to arrive, the vehicle began to drive away and was stopped, according to a Kennewick Police Department news release.

So is it nuclear waste, or used nuclear fuel?

Many people cite "nuclear waste" as the reason we shouldn't pursue more nuclear energy. But there also exists a big disconnect on what nuclear waste, or used nuclear fuel, actually is.

Benton County judge facing DUI is back at work

Judge Terry M. Tanner has returned to work on the Benton County District Court bench, but is not handling any DUI cases. Tanner was arrested March 6 for driving under the influence, and appeared the following day before Superior Court Judge Joe Burrowes, left.

Scam artists targeted Kennewick police sergeant. He struck back online

When a Kennewick police sergeant arrived at work to find a check for nearly $2,000, he knew something was wrong. "First of all I knew that I hadn't done anything to earn this $2,000 check, and that was the first clue for me that something wasn't right," said Sgt.

Deadly consequences

Southridge High senior Grace Hamaker-Teals applies her ghostly makeup as Kennewick Police Support Specialist Dawn Westerfield looks on as part of the Every 15 Minutes program on Thursday. The program is used in most Mid-Columbia high schools to dramatically show the consequences of drunk driving and texting while driving.

Kennewick man admits trying to have sex with kids while mom watched

William Barrett, 48, of Kennewick, is the second defendant to plead guilty out of the five-day "Net Nanny Operation" last July in the Tri-Cities. A total of 26 men were arrested as part of the five-day operation.

BBQ fans lining Columbia Center Boulevard for free lunch

A line of of people wraps around the new location of Porter's Real Barbecue at 1022 N. Columbia Center Boulevard in Kennewick on Thursday. Free barbecue was given away for the grand opening.

Benton County judge arrested for DUI

Judge Terry M. Tanner sits at the defense table, instead of on the Benton County District Court bench, after his arrest late Tuesday for driving under the influence. Tanner, left, was represented by Scott Johnson during his first appearance.

Man trying to flee police gets hit by his own car

His plan to escape police didn't go so well. Fairfax County Police in Virginia said in a tweet that this video shows a "man trying to escape our officers, but his plan gets foiled when he's hit by his own car."

Another Mid-Columbia Republican lawmaker to retire

The former Columbia County prosecuting attorney and coroner said Tuesday he will not run for re-election to his 16th District post , which extends from Prosser to Pasco to Dayton, following the Washington-Oregon border to the south of Kennewick. "After a great deal of soul searching, I have decided it is best to retire from the Legislature at the end of my term in January and spend more time with my family," said Nealey, who was first elected in 2009.

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