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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
21st annual kid's fish derby on Saturday

Event organizer Ken Johanning talks to the Herald about the 21st annual kid's fishing derby while the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife employees from the fish hatchery dump rainbow trout into Columbia Park Pond for the upcoming event. Event organizer Ken Johanning talks to the Herald about the 21st annual kid's fishing derby while the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife employees from the fish hatchery dump rainbow trout into Columbia Park Pond for the upcoming event.

Chill out on tax day

Prestyn Klinger, 7, grins while eating free shaved ice from Kona Ice of South Richland outside of Texas Roadhouse in Kennewick during its fifth annual "Chill Out" on tax day . Prestyn Klinger was accompanied by his cousin Alyssa Beidler of Kennewick.

Life savers in training

Students from Kennewick's Bethlehem Lutheran School crowd around classmate Aliyah Thornton, 12, as she learns to do CPR on a mannequin during Safety Connect 2018 at the TRAC center in Pasco. An iPad app shows if the chest compressions are done correctly.

Man convicted in deadly burglary captured in Kennewick

Armando Rodriguez-Willis, 27, also known as "Dopey," was wanted by the Department of Corrections for violating his probation. He was arrested by the Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Taskforce in the afternoon.

Robbed 3 times in 9 days. Kennewick Jet Mart can't get a break

The Conoco Jet Mart in Kennewick was robbed Monday night for the third time in nine days, and police think it wasn't coincidence. The robbery happened at about 10 p.m. - the same time as the first robbery and within an hour of the second robbery .

Eat All About It: Mexican restaurant, wine bar taking over long-empty spots in Kennewick, Richland

Kennewick is getting a new Mexican restaurant and Richland is getting a new wine-and-tapas bar as new operators take over long-vacant restaurant spots. Cozumel Mexican Cuisine, led by restaurant veteran Javier Valdez, opens in early June in the 2,200-square-foot spot that once held Holy Mac & Deli at 3801 S. Zintel Way in Kennewick.

This is how much was paid to end a Kennewick teacher sex abuse trial

Kennewick School District's insurance company paid $250,000 to three former students who say they were sexually abused by longtime teacher and coach William "Bill" Pickerel. The payment was part of a settlement between the district and the students, ending a civil trial on whether the district was liable for Pickerel's abuse.

Fatal house fire in Richland

Richland Fire Chief Tom Huntington talks about the house fire in the 1300 of Dakota Avenue that sent two people to the hospital. An elderly male resident died after being taken to the hospital.

Sex offender nabbed in Tri-Cities 'Net Nanny' sting nervous about prison

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.

Police hunting for Kennewick man with many names and crimes

Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers issued a bulletin for Joseph L. Webb, 33, who is wanted for escaping community custody and possessing methamphetamine. The transient's last known address was in Kennewick.

This pair plastered graffiti in Kennewick. Do you recognize them?

The two teens were caught on camera carrying backpacks and walking through the U-Rock Radio Station March 23 on West Falls Avenue. They allegedly painted walls, and marked up a van before taking off, Kennewick Sgt.

Blowing in the wind: Plutonium at former nuclear weapons site

The Energy Department project to tear down the Plutonium Finish Plant at the Hanford Site was halted in mid-December after radioactive dust was discovered far off the plant site. The hazardous work requires workers in protective gear.

Trios housekeeper threatened by woman with knife

As she stepped outside at 11:34 p.m., a stranger approached holding a knife and threatened to kill her, said Kennewick police Sgt. Ken Lattin.

Raise a glass with these leading climate scientists. They might change your mind

Steven Ghan and Phil Rasch, both based in Richland, were named to the latest international list compiled by Clarivate Analytics in the category of scientists whose atmospheric research has been cited most often by other scientists. They will be the first two speakers in a monthly Tri-City series launching Monday called Climate Science on Tap.

Football fun at the park

Rudy Angulo, 10, left, and Brayden Buxbaum, 4, right, chase after Vida Angulo, 5, as she runs with a football on Saturday at Highlands Grange Park in Kennewick. Siblings Rudy Angulo and Vida Angulo were accompanied by Brayden Buxbaum's mother, Maria Buxbaum, of Kennewick.

Climate change basics

An introduction to the causes of modern-day climate change, signs that the climate is already changing, and how climate change affects the environment and human well-being. Elvis, the Australian Reptile Park's notoriously cranky 52-year-old crocodile, showed off his powerful jaw by crunching a watermelon that was rolling towards him, as seen in this April 13 video Suspect Abdul Sweidan testifies at his attempted second-degree murder and first-degree assault jury trial in Benton County Superior Court in Kennewick.

That 3-car wreck on 240 this morning? Here's what happened

The three-car pileup Friday morning on Highway 240 in Richland started with a Kennewick driver sweeping across several lanes of traffic. The Washington State Patrol and Richland police responded to the wreck around 7:15 a.m. as traffic backed up.

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