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The city of Richland, Washington is located in the southeastern part of the state. It is known as one of the Tri-Cities of Washington, the other two being Pasco and Kennewick. Richland maintains several parks, many of which are located along the Columbia and Yakima Rivers which provide several outdoor activities such as boating, fishing, kayaking and waterfowl hunting. Notable residents have included science fiction author Orson Scott Card (Ender's Game, Speaker for the Dead) and actress Sharon Tate (Valley of the Dolls, Mr. Ed, The Beverly Hillbillies).
Local Newspapers: Tri-City Herald
Local Sports Teams: Tri-City Americans (WHL) Tri-City Dust Devils Tri-Cities Fever
Local Colleges: Washington State University
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Towns/Cities near richland, washington : Kennewick Pasco Benton City Burbank Finley
Warmer wishes for peace planned at Tri-City vigil
The Tri-City area's annual multifaith Holiday Peace Vigil will move indoors this year to the Richland Community Center in Howard Amon Park. People of any or no faith are invited by World Citizens for Peace to a a half-hour program at 3 p.m. Dec. 17. Songs, prayers, a message of peace and personal wishes for peace on Earth are planned as people enjoy the view of the park through the floor-to-ceiling glass of the community center.Bridge in the Tri-Cities: The November Runner-Ups
Runner-ups for the November Unit Game were Marilyn Hesser and Joe Diven. They like to bid slams and hardly ever miss one.Our Voice: Effort to eliminate nuclear safety board disturbing
This 1944 photo provided by the U.S. Department of Energy shows the construction of a "tank farm" to store nuclear waste at the Hanford Site near Richland, Wash. Sean Sullivan, chairman of the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board, has encouraged the elimination of the independent agency that oversees the country's nuclear defense facilities.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.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.He needed cash. Cops say he lied, stole and robbed to get it
The suspect in an early morning robbery at a Kennewick convenience store pocketed about $300 in cash after pointing a gun at the clerk. The Kennewick man also has two pending cases, filed in October, for second-degree possessing stolen property and two counts of first-degree trafficking in stolen property.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.1 hurt in crash in Richland intersection
Peter J. Magula, 54, of Richland, was driving south on Jadwin Avenue at 10:18 a.m. in a Ford Explorer when he hit a Buick Rendezvous at the intersection with Williams Boulevard, the Washington State Patrol said. Magula was treated and released from Kadlec Regional Medical Center.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.Agencies in overdrive to find food for the hungry in Tri-Cities - Wed, 06 Dec 2017 PST
One of them, statistically, doesn't know where their next meal is coming from, according to the food bank organization Feeding America. As the holidays approach, the need for food and money donations increases for food banks across Benton and Franklin counties.They wanted something special for Christmas. Spirit debuts at Gesa carousel
Brooklinn Lomax, 4, of Richland rides on the new carved reindeer named Spirit on the Gesa Carousel of Dreams on Wednesday after the unveiling in Kennewick. The reindeer will be there for the holidays until mid January.Spurs Coffee offering free coffee in exchange to donating new toys for needy children
Spurs Coffee and Toys for Tots have teamed up to bring holiday joy to needy children with brand new toys. You can either go to Spurs' Kennewick or Richland location to donate a brand new toy, which will earn you any drink on their menu in any size for free.New scam hits electric customers in Tri-City, Prosser areas
The Benton Rural Electric Association has had reports of scammers going door-to-door to collect on REA bills and telling residents to leave the "pay to" line of their checks blank. Benton REA payments may be made in person at the West Richland and Prosser offices, which are open five days a week.Richland police seek pair who allegedly tried to lure middle school girl
An investigation is underway to find a man and woman who allegedly tried to lure a Carmichael Middle School girl into a pickup Monday afternoon as she was waiting for her ride. Around 4:30 p.m., a man parked next to a girl, rolled down his window and asked if she needed a ride.Lee Moses, of Signs & Wonders by Moses, finishes the lettering for
Lee Moses, of Signs & Wonders by Moses, finishes the lettering for "The New Guy" painting of a pizza dough tossing moose that is all tangled up Tuesday morning on the outside of a window at the Papa Murphy's pizza store on Gage Boulevard in Richland. Watch a video at: tricityherald.com/video Lee Moses, of Signs & Wonders by Moses, finishes the lettering for "The New Guy" painting of a pizza dough tossing moose that is all tangled up Tuesday morning on the outside of a window at the Papa Murphy's pizza store on Gage Boulevard in Richland.Our Voice: KID election needs an update to encourage more voters
A small group of ducks sit on the edge of Kennewick Irrigation District's Highlift Canal in this file photo. The KID Board election is Tuesday, but ratepayers will have to vote in person or go to the KID office for an absentee ballot in order to participate.Jars of pot. Stolen guns. Underage girls. Live videos tip off Richland cops
Real-time videos received by Richland police led to the discovery of a big cache of marijuana, some already packaged for sale. Hannah M. Lapinski, 18, and Trey B. Maltos, 21, were arrested after officers tracked them down to Motel 6 on Fowler Street based on some brief video footage.
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