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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
Local Newspapers: Tri-City Herald
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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
Eclipse fans brave heat and wait for chance at solar eclipse

Preston Reitz, a Pasco resident, brought his racing boats to show at the Water Follies. He is hoping more people from Eastern Washington will join the event.

Volunteer drivers giving Tri-City cancer patients a lift

Gregoria Maguigad, left, and her husband sit inside Causey's car. Maguigad was diagnosed in the spring and is undergoing chemotherapy.

Renovated buildings ready for fairgoers in Kennewick

John Donley, Benton County Fairgrounds office manager, invites fairgoers to visit newly renovated buildings 2 and 3 at the fairgrounds in Kennewick. Both recently received a $1.6 million makeover.

Check out the route for Saturdaya s Grand Parade in Kennewick

The Grand Parade, the annual kickoff to the Benton Franklin Fair & Rodeo, is set to run through downtown Kennewick on Saturday. The parade runs north on South Dayton Street and heads west on 1st Avenue.

Kennewick kidnap, murder suspect gets new lawyer 6 weeks before trial

Murder and kidnapping suspect Theresa L. Wiltse received a new attorney Friday because her original lawyer was just appointed to the Benton-Franklin Superior Court bench. The former state corrections officer is accused of killing Sandra Harris, the wife of a Kennewick pawn shop owner.

Mr. Movie review: a Logan Luckya

Steven Soderbergh hasn't done a movie in four years. Logan Lucky is his latest, and it's a fun heist film with interesting twists and a laugh-out-loud ending.

Rides, rodeo and food: Your guide to a fun fair

It's time to bust out your boots and leave room in your bellies - the Benton Franklin Fair & Rodeo kicks off Aug. 22, providing five days of fun in Kennewick. It'll be packed with fair favorites, from gravity-defying rides to death-defying rodeo runs and mouth-watering fare.

Kennewick man led troubled life before Sunday's shooting - Thu, 17 Aug 2017 PST

People reported seeing Hassan walking around Kennewick with a sword Sunday. Facebook posts mentioned spotting him as early as 6 a.m. When Officer Jason Kiel found him on Olympia Street about 6:30 p.m., Hussein Hassan reportedly charged him, hitting him several times in the head.

A solid foundation for education

Workers install a staircase Thursday at the Kennewick School District's new dual language elementary school at 6011 W. 10th Place. The school will be 66,000-square-feet and have 30 classrooms.

Sister Christiana s Night Ranger to rock Kennewick

"On my flight back, I'd made my decision: Night Ranger would be our next big concert," he told the Herald. Gates open at 6 p.m. Tickets for the 21-and-over show are $30 in advance and $35 at the door.

Dona t be left in the dark. Where Tri-Citians can watch the eclipse.

Never look directly at the sun's rays. When watching a partial eclipse you must wear eclipse glasses at all times or use another indirect method if you want to face the sun.

Kennewick police get a little help, nab suspected thief

Detectives arrested Ricky Corby, 38, Monday night in connection with a burglary at an office building on the 3300 block of Clearwater Avenue. Corby allegedly broke into a building at 1 a.m. Aug. 9 and stole electronics, computer equipment, credit cards and various small items from the offices inside.

Richland neighborhood gets trashed

Preston Reitz, a Pasco resident, brought his racing boats to show at the Water Follies. He is hoping more people from Eastern Washington will join the event.

Energy Secretary Rick Perry at HAMMER training facility

Energy Secretary Rick Perry responds to a question about what message he has for President Trump after visiting Hanford and five of the national laboratories, including PNNL in Richland. Energy Secretary Rick Perry addresses employees at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory after touring the facility in Richland.

Kennewick father killed by police had attacked before

Canada and Officer Miguel Ayala were called to Hassan's home on the 1700 block of West Sixth Avenue. The details are unclear from court documents, but they contacted Hassan and ended up starting to arrest him for obstruction.

He started a Kennewick fire with his car, now hea s in jail for DUI

Officers said a witness saw Devonn D. Kinsey, 34, try to make a turn at the intersection of Canal Drive and Quincy Street. He missed and hit the curb instead, sparking a fire.

El Fat Cat helps headline fair food lineup

The Benton Franklin Fair & Rodeo is next week and that means plenty of opportunities to sample traditional fair fare as well as offerings from local restaurants participating in this year's lineup. Fair organizers wooed El Fat Cat Grill, a permanent mobile stationed on North Edison Street in Kennewick, to help headline the food selection, offering owner and chef Felix Sanchez a truck at the fairgrounds so he wouldn't have to move his main vehicle.

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