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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
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.

After traumatic injury, skateboarder touts safety

Sean McClintock sits on his stairs with Nemo his dog and all his helmets inside of his home in Pasco, Washington. McClintock feels like his purpose is to remind others to be safe, to wear a helmet and protect their brains.

Pasco police searching for man who robbed grocery

Police said on their Facebook page that the man came into Paleteria La Palma & Grocery at around 8:50 a.m. As the clerk rings up the bag, the man pulls out a large black gun and points it at the clerk. Police say the man wore a black beanie, glasses, hoodie and gloves, and blue jeans.

City councilwoman rejects Pledge of Allegiance

KHQ received an email tip that city councilwoman Kate Burke was not saying the Pledge of Allegiance, so we looked into it. In several videos from city council meetings, Burke did stand but did not put her hand over her heart or recite the Pledge of Allegiance.

After a creepy-crawly discovery, Pasco School District tosses produce

The bugs, which are so small they're difficult to spot with the naked eye, are common on broccoli and other root-type vegetables. All fresh broccoli at Chiawana and every other Pasco school was tossed out to be safe, said Shane Edinger, district communication manager.

Courtesy Pasco Police

Pasco Police would like to speak to a man caught shoplifting at Walmart on Road 68 on Monday night about 9 PM. His most noticeable feature is that he was wearing a blue hoodie marked as "Tri-Tech Law Enforcement".

Walmart vending machine to get your online orders faster

The work is part of an estimated $56 million Walmart is spending in the state to upgrade 16 stores and roll out in-store and online innovations, including its new pickup towers. Other remodel sites announced Wednesday: Covington, Ephrata, Everett, Kennewick, Oak Harbor, Pasco, Port Angeles, Richland, Spokane, Wenatchee and two stores in Vancouver, Washington.

Unclaimed veterans' ashes find a home with Tri-Cities group

Since 1948, the cremated remains of Pvt. Felix Nils Olson have been stored at the Lake View Cemetery in Seattle, unclaimed.

This Benton County dog came from a shelter. Now hea s sniffing out drugs

Deputy Joe Mehline and his new K9 partner Sawyer recently graduated from the Department of Corrections Narcotic Detection Dog Training class in Shelton. Sawyer is a rescue dog that did not have any prior training before starting the program.

Pasco has some great tacos. Here is where to find (some of) them

The opportunity to try tacos from 20 downtown Pasco vendors and support the Boys & Girls Clubs of Benton and Franklin Counties returns on April 20 with the start of third annual Pasco Taco Crawl. Taco Crawlers once again get the opportunity to vote for this year's "Best Taco in Pasco."

Pasco driver tries to flee the scene of a crash, but left behind a big clue

Pasco Officer Jeremy Jones was called to the scene of a hit-and-run in the area of Pearl Street and North 15th Avenue Sunday. When he got there, the officer had a pretty easy trail to follow.

His life was flipped upside down. Now this Tri-City 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.

These veteransa ashes were unclaimed. A Tri-Cities group took them home

John Hundahl, Missing in America Project state coordinator, talks about the organization's most recent effort to provide a respectful interment ceremony, with full military honors, for previously unclaimed cremated remains of veterans and their spouses from throughout Washington state. John Hundahl, Missing in America Project state coordinator, talks about the organization's most recent effort to provide a respectful interment ceremony, with full military honors, for previously unclaimed cremated remains of veterans and their spouses from throughout Washington state.

Forgotten Heroes Honor Ride departs Pasco

John Hundahl, Missing in America Project state coordinator, talks about the organization's most recent effort to provide a respectful interment ceremony, with full military honors, for previously unclaimed cremated remains of veterans and their spouses from throughout Washington state. Yadira Galvan, Family Resource Center executive director, tells how the nonprofit organization that assists families with special needs children is in jeopardy after having to cancel the carnival portion of their primary annual fund raising event.

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