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The city of Pasco, Washington is located in the southeastern region of the state. It makes up one of the Tri-Cities, in which the other two cities are Richland and Kennewick. Notable residents have included author Chuck Palahniuk (Fight Club, Choke, Haunted), model and actress Shauna O'Brien (Lady Chatterly's Stories, Emmanuelle 2001), and cinematographer James Wong Howe (The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter).

Population: 32066
Local Newspapers: Tri-City Herald
Local Sports Teams: Seattle Mariners (MLB) Seattle Seahawks (NFL)
Local Colleges: Washington State University Tri-Cities

Zip Codes associated with pasco, washington: 99301
Towns/Cities near pasco, washington : Kennewick Burbank Richland Finley Highland

Pasco News
Need a job? Tri-Cities restaurants and hotels need you a " and not just for the summer

The Lodge at Columbia Point's, Sarah Gallacher, assistant general manager, and front desk employee Adriana Garcia showcase their indoor pool to CBC Hospitality students Jessica Ham, Kara Mercer and Tony Calapristi. Hospitality industry leaders are saying they are looking for people who are trained before they start cooking, serving or working at a hotel front desk.

Are you faithful or fearful? Learn to stand up for others at Pasco forum, organizers say

Hate groups in the U.S. spend millions of dollars each year whipping up anti-Muslim sentiment through websites, videos, white papers and the like, a Washington pastor said. The Anacortes man is working with a Muslim leader from the west side to fight it.

Tri-Cities colleges are seeing more hungry students. They're not alone, but they've got a plan

Even with the limited selection, more than 350 students used the service in the past two years. It eventually prompted the university branch campus to open a pantry.

Why was plutonium dust left to blow for miles across a Washington plateau?

As crews demolished a shuttered nuclear weapons plant during 2017 in central Washington, specks of plutonium were swept up in high gusts and blown miles across a desert plateau above the Columbia River. The releases at the Department of Energy cleanup site spewed unknown amounts of plutonium dust into the environment, coated private automobiles with the toxic heavy metal and dispensed lifetime internal radioactive doses to 42 workers.

Pooch rescued from Oregon shelter now Washington K-9 dog

In this April 10, 2018, photo, Deputy Joe Mehline and his new K9 partner Sawyer pose for a photo at the Benton County Sheriff's Office in Kennewick, Wash. They recently graduated from the Department of Corrections Narcotic Detection Dog Training class in Shelton.

He is only a sophomore at Kennewick High, but he is an accomplished inventor

Kennewick High School's Nikhil Devanathan talks about an air quality sensor he created along with a phone app to read the data. Fisherman Troy Bickle captured video of a whale bumping into Ocean City fishing pier in Maryland while on a fishing trip on April 20. The whale can be seen swimming close to the pier and slightly bumping it before swimming away.

Chicken coop tours and more to honor Earth Day

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Jacob Cha was sentenced April 20 to four years and three months in...

Jacob Cha was sentenced April 20 to four years and three months in federal prison for his involvement in a fraudulent biofuel production scheme involving his own companies and the Pasco-based Gen-X Energy Group. Gen-X's Burbank biodiesel facility was damaged during a suspicious fire in 2009.

Light Notes: His life was flipped upside down. Now this man is seeking his destiny

At the crest of the hill, a wide ribbon of asphalt beckoned the skateboarder; an irresistible promise of adventure. As the young man descended with purpose into the setting sun, the breeze urging momentum, an unknown malicious hand stretched out to change the course of Sean McClintock's life.

Pasco police dash cam shows car blasting steam after busting radiator

Pasco police dash cam footage shows a fleeing driver's car catching air in an alleyway and busting its radiator on the way down. The driver fled on foot before police could catch him.

Richland woman threatens to kill Trios employee while trying to get inside the hospital

A Richland woman was charged Wednesday with threatening to kill a Trios Southridge Hospital employee if she couldn't get into the Kennewick facility through a secured door. Cristi C. Chambers-Dozer, 47, allegedly held a knife with the blade facing up when she confronted the housekeeper late Saturday.

Snake River spring chinook fisheries to open

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife announced Wednesday afternoon that spring chinook salmon fishing opens two day per week on sections of the Snake River. Fish and Wildlife reports A relatively good forecast of spring chinook combined with limited weekly openings in each zone should allow for a prolonged season, which was requested by anglers.

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.

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.

Try your skill at walking and texting. Free safety expo returns to Pasco

If you think you have the skills to walk and text, you might want to test that Tuesday and Wednesday at Safety Connect at the TRAC Center in Pasco. The event is supported by the Department of Energy, Hanford contractors and Hanford unions.

Richland's favorite son visiting Pasco to talk about transition to civilian life

Secretary of Defense Jim Mattis is hosting a public forum aimed at military veterans and their families at 11 a.m. on May 5 at Columbia Basin College's Gjerde Center. Mattis, a retired Marine general and Richland native, wants to hear the challenges people face as they transition from the armed services to civilian life, and the relationship between military and civilian life.

New identity of Pasco conman explained. He asks to be released from jail

Padlocks secure a gate at the Green Power facility in the Port of Pasco's Big Pasco. The company was evicted from the port property after owner Michael Spitzhauer failed to pay back rent.

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