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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
Rape suspect who tried to dodge cops appears in Franklin Superior court

Franklin Prosecutor Shawn Sant requests $500,000 bail for murder suspect Hector Orozco Jr. during a preliminary hearing in the death of Demetrius Graves. Sgt. Scott Warren of the Pasco Police Department releases preliminary information about a fatal stabbing in the 200 block of North Sixth Avenue.

Rape suspect missed 40 court dates before chase through Tri-Cities

Deputy Prosecutor Frank Jenny outlines the criminal history of rape suspect Richard Vasquez for Judge Jackie Shea Brown when making his $500,000 bail request. Deputy Prosecutor Frank Jenny outlines the criminal history of rape suspect Richard Vasquez for Judge Jackie Shea Brown when making his $500,000 bail request.

A little off the top in Pasco

Sawdust flies and branches fall Thursday morning as Sergio Flores works from a forklift mounted platform pruning the poplar trees lining the fairways at the Pasco Golfland off Road 40 and Argent Street in Pasco. The longtime employee said there are hundreds of the trees at the par 3 course requiring annual pruning.

Work by artist Karen Hackenberg will be featured Feb. 20 to March 22 at Esvelt Gallery in Pasco.

In her Watershed series, Hackenberg "takes a light-hearted yet subversive approach to the serious subject of ocean degradation, presenting a tongue-in-cheek categorization of our new post-consumer creatures of the sea," a news release said. "Hackenberg meticulously paints seascapes in oil and water color, crafting beautiful images of conventionally ugly beach cast-offs, and aiming to created provocative visual combinations of form and idea."

Mothers claim daycare waxed their toddlers' eyebrows

Two furious Washington state mothers are taking action against a Boys & Girls Club-sponsored daycare, claiming that staffers waxed their young children's eyebrows without consent, which the center denies. On Feb. 1, Alyssa Salgado and Glenda Marie Cruz dropped their two-year-old children off at the Columbia Basin College childcare center in Pasco, which is run by the Boys and Girls Club of Benton and Franklin Counties, Pix 11 reported.

Man stabbed to death during fight at Pasco party

Sgt. Scott Warren of the Pasco Police Department releases preliminary information about a fatal stabbing in the 200 block of North Sixth Avenue. The body of an unidentified male between 30 and 40 years old was found in the street following an altercation.

Rape suspect captured after chase across Tri-Cities

Police search Zintel Canyon for shooting suspect Jesus G. Salas, a well-known gang member who with a violent past. Salas escaped from a house on Yelm Place after officers prepared to search it for arson suspect Eliseo Garcia, 33. Attorneys gave opening statements Tuesday in the child molestation trial of former Pasco City Councilman Chi Flores in Franklin County Superior Court in Pasco.

Fatal stabbing investigation by Pasco Police Department

The scene of an early morning stabbing that left one man dead. Pasco police are working to determine a suspect after arriving at the scene at 4 a.m. Jason Watson, a longtime percussionist and collector of antique drums, made a startling discovery several months back on Craigslist.

Parents claim daycare waxed their children's eyebrows

A Washington state daycare is under fire after two parents claimed their children's eyebrows were waxed while under their care. Salgado, 19, from Kennewick, Wash., dropped off her daughter Lilayiah at CBC Daycare in Pasco, Wash., before going to school.

Mid-Columbia school districts celebrate levy wins

Property tax levies in Pasco, Kennewick, Richland, Prosser, Burbank, Benton City, Finley, Kahlotus, North Franklin and Washtucna all were passing by comfortable margins after the first round of returns. "We did a bunch of high-fives," said Kevin Veleke, chairman of the citizens committee that worked to pass Kennewick's levy.

Palouse Falls flyby

Reader Tom Foster of Pasco spotted this plane getting an aerial view of Palouse Falls this week in north Franklin County. The falls was named the state waterfall in 2014.

With help from Hanford contractor, more students may see a future as engineers and scientists

Mark Haag of Hanford contractor Washington River Protection Solutions visits students at Stevens Middle School in Pasco as part of a program that brings scientists, engineers and other professionals into middle schools to inspire students to pursue STEM careers. Mark Haag of Hanford contractor Washington River Protection Solutions visits students at Stevens Middle School in Pasco as part of a program that brings scientists, engineers and other professionals into middle schools to inspire students to pursue STEM careers.

They started off shoplifting. Then they made it worse when an employee tried stopping them

Ella R. Clark, 34, of Toppenish, and David S. White, 30, of Wapato, stopped by Griggs Department Store in Pasco sometime before 3 p.m. Monday. They attracted the attention of store employees.

Our Voice: Schools are too important. Get your ballot in

Even though it's a short month, February can seem long. Schedules are lighter than usual, the weather can't decide if it's winter or spring, daylight hours are longer and people are looking for things to do.

2 hurt in 2 rollovers within hours on Highway 395

The first happened at 8:30 p.m. Sunday when Robert L. Hall, 32, California, apparently let his attention drift as he headed north in a Dodge Caliber, the Washington State Patrol said. After avoiding the semi, he overcorrected, flipping his car near Sagemoor Road.

A Tri-City fitness center changes the life of one of its members

First phase of Columbia Gardens, 421 East Columbia Drive, in Kennewick celebrated its completion. Take a look inside the two of the wineries.

Mid-Columbia Mastersingers' next concert will celebrate the legacy of African-American composers.

The works and legacy of black composers - from the well-known to those whose identities are lost to history - will be celebrated this weekend during Mid-Columbia Mastersingers' latest concert. Performances of O Black and Unknown Bards are at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and at 3 p.m. Sunday at GracePoint Church, 1915 N. Road 84, Pasco.

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