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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
Free breakfast, lunch offered to Tri-City students

A free lunch, or even a free breakfast, is not out of reach for children in the Tri-Cities who may need an extra meal. Cheryl Wilson, a field supervisor with Richland's nutrition support, said the need in the area is big, and she often hears how the program helps struggling families with their food bills in the summer months.

Our Voice: Joint 911 center a major achievement

After all, fast-spreading wildfires don't stop at jurisdictional boundary lines and bridges don't keep criminals on only one side of the river. The prevalence of mobile phones has added to the urgency for Benton and Franklin counties to combine forces and create a single 911 dispatch operation center in the Mid-Columbia.

Video: Toddler's memory honored at Richland Library

Family and friends gather to honor David Schreiber at the Richland Library. Jennifer Schreiber, David's mother, unveiled three interactive panels and two activity tables in the children's area.

Twin City Foods to close plant in Washington

Frozen vegetable processor Twin City Foods plans to close its packaging plant in Stanwood, impacting as many as 85 employees. The Daily Herald reports the plant is expected to close next year.

Pasco woman hits and hits and runs

A woman spent the night in the Franklin County jail after she hit another car and then a pole -- twice -- after buying some beer at a Pasco mini-mart. NASA's planet-hunting telescope has found 10 new planets outside our solar system that are likely the right size and temperature to potentially have life on them, broadly hinting that we are probably not alone.

Pascoa s 6th graders may be headed back to middle school

Pasco School District is considering at bond that would include a new middle school, along with a plan to move the sixth grade out of the elementary schools. Pasco School District is considering at bond that would include a new middle school, along with a plan to move the sixth grade out of the elementary schools.

A Pasco knighta s tale

Children watch as Knights of Veritas members Eric Slyter, left, and Michael Jones show some medieval weaponry and talk about knighthood, armor, combat and chivalry on Thursday at the downtown Pasco branch of the Mid-Columbia Libraries. The group is based in Ellensburg and gives demonstrations around the Northwest.

Credit card scam suspect caught coming out of Richland store

Richland police arrested Shaun R. Bailey, 45, of Mountlake Terrace, as he was walking out of a Richland store Wednesday. Pasco police first asked for the public's help identifying a man they described as slick.

Running for office? Watch where you post your signs

Campaign signs line the roundabout at 27th Avenue and Union Street in Kennewick. Signs aren't allowed on public property in Kennewick.

Stan Chalich retires from CVHS after 49 years - Wed, 21 Jun 2017 PST

Central Valley High School's Stan Chalich poses for a photo on Tuesday, June 20, 2017, at Central Valley High School in Spokane Valley, Wash. Chalich is retiring after 45 years at the school.

W. Richland man thrown from motorcycle on I-182

A West Richland man was in stable condition Tuesday after being thrown from his motorcycle as he exited Interstate 182 in Pasco.

Wanted: Credit card scammer continues to target Tri-City residents

Crime Stoppers of Tri-Cities issued a call for people who may recognize the man. He appears to be 25 to 30, with a slim build, short hair and clean shaven.

Pasco councilman pleads innocent to child molestation

Chi Flores, left, stands with his defense attorney Scott Johnson in Franklin County Superior Court on Tuesday morning during his arraignment on allegations he sexually assaulted a grade-school girl. Flores, who was appointed to the Pasco City Council last year, denies the allegations.

Dialed In: Pasco Mayor Matt Watkins has love of public services and of adventure

He's a Hanford contractor cubicle-dweller by day and a public servant by night - and most days, too. Pasco Mayor Matt Watkins is the truest form of a Tri-Citian: he was born and raised in the region and grew up to have a deep love of all three cities and for adventure.

Week in photos June 18-24, 2017

July 19, 2017 - Kathryn and Cameron Mills show their creative side as they prepare for the opening of their art gallery, called Candy Gallery, on June 23 in downtown Kennewick. Their space at 5 S. Dayton St. will feature a variety of fiber arts, painting and sculptures.

Richland joins hunt for Tri-City credit card scammer

Pasco police initially shared information late last week about a man who used eight stolen credit cards at Pasco's Walmart to buy gift cards. The credit card information was likely swiped using a "skimmer," Pasco police said.

Pasco board meet Tuesday on bonda s future

With an Aug. 1 deadline approaching, the Pasco school board meets Tuesday to continue talking about a potential bond measure. The estimated cost to property owners could be 69 cents per $1,000 of assessed value if it's approved.

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