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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
The Tri-Cities are pretty safe. Herea s why

Safehome.org, which bills itself as a home security systems organization, rated all cities across the U.S. with populations of 50,000 or more. While the Tri-Cities didn't make the top 100 nationally, they were in the top 10 for the state and swept the east side.

We Watched Our House Burn.' Losing It All in California's Fires

In Ventura County, Jack Selby watched his childhood home burn to the ground, and Nancy Cole lost all her possessions, including family heirlooms from Holocaust survivors. In Ventura County, Jack Selby watched his childhood home burn to the ground, and Nancy Cole lost all her possessions, including family heirlooms from Holocaust survivors.

Workers on a mission. Pasco shelter on the rise

Construction workers install metal wall studs recently for the new 40,000-square-foot men's facility of the Tri-City Union Gospel mission being built on South Third Avenue near West Columbia Street in Pasco. The $10.4 million project, a product of a nearly six years of fund-raising, is expected to open next October.

He drove the getaway car after a Kennewick murder. Now hea s cut a deal

Martin C. Ibanez, 39, died Sept. 11 after being shot in the driveway of a Kennewick home.

Supermajority a no go for Pasco; backers encouraged to petition

A proposal by outgoing Councilman Bob Hoffmann, third from left, to enact a supermajority requirement in Pasco failed on a 4-2 vote during the Dec. 4 meeting. Retiring Councilman Tom Larsen, third from right, struggled with how to vote and eventually was registered as abstaining.

Santa makes a stop at Pasco Winterfest

Jacob Cruz, 4, takes a photo with Santa Claus and his help from the North Pole during Pasco Winterfest on Saturday at Volunteer Park. Cruz was accompanied by his mother, Olga Blanco of Pasco.

Pascoa s first council elected in 1891. 126 years later, city making history again

The new Pasco City Council, including five incoming members and two incumbents, will be sworn in at 7 p.m. Dec. 11 in council chambers. However, the new members do not assume their duties until 12:01 a.m. Jan. 1. The new Pasco City Council, including five incoming members and two incumbents, will be sworn in at 7 p.m. Dec. 11 in council chambers.

Pascoa s school bond passed by 7 votes. Meet the group that helped push it across the finish line

Volunteers from Pasco Citizens for Better Schools logged thousands of hours and raised thousands of dollars this year with a single goal - to pass the nearly $100 million bond for more classroom space. Volunteers from Pasco Citizens for Better Schools logged thousands of hours and raised thousands of dollars this year with a single goal - to pass the nearly $100 million bond for more classroom space.

Pasco business rallies in support of DACA recipient coworker

PASCO, Wash.- A local construction company is rallying in support one of its employees who faces the possibility of being deported in March. "I was brought here at a very young age without my consent," he said.

Mid-Columbia firefighters respond to California wildfires

Capt. Rusty Bachman of the Kennewick Fire Department is the leader of a Strike Team of about 20 firefighters and 5 engines from eastern and central Washington headed to assist at the California wildfires. Their assignment is scheduled for 14 days.

Fire burning in Pasco mobile home park

Firefighters were called out to the Flamingo Village Mobile Home Park shortly after 8 a.m. Friday to a fire at 171 Frontier Drive. Benton City student Fe H. Hadley, 16, is charged with allegedly encouraging Jeremiah D. Cunningham to kill classmate Ryan Vaughn.

Charge dismissed against ex-cop accused in 1986 murder

Prosecutors dropped the cold-case murder charge against a former Pasco police officer accused of killing a Spokane woman in 1986 because of problems with DNA evidence. "Recent DNA results raise significant evidentiary issues, therefore, in the interests of justice, it is respectfully requested that the above named matter be dismissed without prejudice," Deputy Spokane County Prosecutor Jack Driscoll wrote in a court record filed Wednesday.

Loads of holiday events planned around Tri-Cities

From fiddle music, to an a capella group, to Miracle on 34th Street and A Christmas Carol , plenty of holiday-themed events are planned around the Tri-Cities. Performances are at 7 p.m. Dec. 7-8 and 15-16 at the black box theater at the school in Pasco.

Tri-City things to do for Dec. 8-17

The Celtic crossover trio AffinitA will perform with Howard Crosby Dec. 12 at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick and Dec. 14 at the Gesa Power House Theatre in Walla Walla. Showtime is 7 p.m. The Celtic crossover trio AffinitA will perform with Howard Crosby Dec. 12 at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick and Dec. 14 at the Gesa Power House Theatre in Walla Walla.

Search for Richland domestic assault suspect

Capt. Mike Cobb of the Richland Police Department releases preliminary details about a domestic assault that sent a woman to the hospital with severe injuries to her face and abdomen. Police are looking for Edgar Solano, who allegedly threatened to kill his girlfriend and himself in the 1000 block of Smith Avenue.

Cold case murder charges dismissed against former Pasco Police officer, Richard Aguirre

Murder charges have been dismissed against former Pasco Police Officer, Richard Aguirre. Aguirre was facing a murder charge in the 1986 cold case murder of a Spokane prostitute but court documents filed Thursday in Spokane County tell us those charges have been dropped due to lack of evidence.

Video of lights from 4110 Sahara Dr. in Pasco

The Gesa Carousel of Dreams in Kennewick just added a new member to the carousel just in time for the holidays. Watch the video to find out more.

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