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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).

Population: 38708
Local Newspapers: Tri-City Herald
Local Sports Teams: Tri-City Americans (WHL) Tri-City Dust Devils Tri-Cities Fever
Local Colleges: Washington State University

Zip Codes associated with richland, washington: 99352 99353
Towns/Cities near richland, washington : Kennewick Pasco Benton City Burbank Finley

Richland News
Proposed Senate budget would retain most PNNL, Hanford jobs

Concrete and rebar walls are installed at the top of the High Level Waste Facility of the vitrification plant at the Hanford nuclear reservation. A proposed Senate budget would provide an additional $25 million in fiscal 2018 for work on the building.

MSA employee receives Air Force Commendation Medal

RICHLAND, WA Mission Support Alliance employee Andrew Fudge was recently awarded an Air Force Commendation Medal for his contributions in developing intelligence for preventing cyber attacks against the Air Force. During the last several years, Andrew created mission critical documents and presentations for the members in his squadron.

"Intrusive" neighbor explains why her cameras point into neighbor's yard

We told you yesterday about a Richland man who felt like his privacy was being invaded by his neighbors' use of security cameras. Reporter Karly Tinsley went back today and spoke with those neighbors to get both sides of the story, and they say they use the cameras for protection.

Richland OKs path, but not funding, for controversial Rachel Road

A Mallard drake swims in the marshland of Amon Creek Naturalal Preserve. The Richland City Council selected a route for Rachel Road that crosses the preserve at its narrowest section.

Crews continue to monitor Bateman Island fire as clean up work continues

Firefighters remain stationed at Columbia Park Trail and monitoring potential hot spots in case the fire flares to life again. "We are trying to reinforce those control lines right now to make sure that the heat that is in there does not sneak out and get into the green area," said Capt.

Avoid danger while pounding the pavement

Runners and walkers can become so engrossed in their routines that they forget their surroundings. Here are some tips for staying safe while exercising outdoors.

Benton County considers ban to halt marijuana sales

The Benton County Commission is considering outlawing marijuana retail stores, voting 3-0 to pursue a ban at its regular Tuesday meeting. The county's elected leaders believe the move could halt the proliferation of new stores and, in time, end legal marijuana sales altogether.

Open seat on Richland council brings out the candidates

Rose is retiring after nearly 13 years serving in Position 4. He served as mayor from 2014 to 2016. All members of the council are elected from the city at-large rather than individual districts.

4th Base Pizza opens in Kennewick; CBC gets serious about food trucks

Owners of the popular Foodies Brick and Mortar restaurant announced at Thanksgiving plans to bring a new pizza place to downtown Kennewick and set out to refurbish the Henry's spot, 20 S. Auburn, after multiple makeovers by prior tenants. The little brick building has housed any number of businesses, including a bakery, an ice cream parlor, a doughnut shop and more recently Downtown Diner, a promising start-up that succumbed after being hit by a burglary then fire.

Areva plant in Richland to make nuclear fuel thata s better in emergencies

The Areva plant in Richland will begin manufacturing newly developed advanced nuclear fuel assemblies that allow operators more time to respond in emergencies. The plant will start manufacturing the fuel later this year, to be loaded into one of the units at Georgia's Vogtle Electric Generating Plant in the spring of 2019.

Dietrich was meant to be a Marine, Schmieman parents say

It's been one week since Eric and Susan Schmieman learned their 26-year-old son, Dietrich, was in a plane crash while serving with the Marines. Reporter Mackenzie Allen sat down with the family to learn how they are dealing with this unimaginable loss, sharing with her the story of a brave young man gone far too soon.

Drone view of Bateman Island brush fire

The City of Richland shared video footage from their drone of the brush fire that scorched Bateman Island in Richland. Jack, a rescue dog, trains for the first day on a boat in the Puget Sound to track feces of endangered killer whales for scientific research.

Tri-City residents catch Northern Lights a " but they had to drive to Adams County

But two residents who drove north of the Tri-Cities to watch for them in Adams County caught photos with the glowing gold and purple light of the aurora borealis. Dallas Phillips of Richland drove to north of Lind after reviewing the National Weather Service predictions for when and where the Northern Lights might be visible.

Stack demolished at Hanford's Plutonium Finishing Plant

A landmark on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation is gone, after the big ventilation stack at the Plutonium Finishing Plant was demolished. The plant was the final step during decades of production of plutonium for nuclear weapons at Hanford.

They make their own beats. And theya re making their own way

They were at a friend's house, messing around on the computer, and decided to download the demo version of some music software - the kind that would let them make beats to sing and rap over. Now Mitchell and Abadir, both 21 and living in Richland, are old pros - making a name for themselves in the local music scene and beyond.

Senators say interior secretary to leave Hanford Reach monument as is

The nation's interior secretary has made a commitment not to change the status of the Hanford Reach National Monument, according to Washington state's two democratic senators. Sen. Patty Murray and Sen. Maria Cantwell, the ranking member of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee spoke to Secretary Ryan Zinke in a joint phone call on Wednesday, according to their staffs.

Five more men arraigned in Tri-City child sex sting

William Barrett, 47, of Kennewick, appears Wednesday for his arraignment in Benton County Superior Court as one of five more men charged in the recent child sex sting undercover operation in Richland. William Barrett, 47, of Kennewick, appears Wednesday for his arraignment in Benton County Superior Court as one of five more men charged in the recent child sex sting undercover operation in Richland.

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