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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
The Richland High freshman worked to prevent youth suicide, but depression overcame her

J'nisa played basketball at Carmichael Middle School and for Amateur Athletic Union teams. She had a love of sports in common with her dad, Chris Fox of Richland.

Flu pounding Tri-City schools, filling hospitals

Tri-City hospitals and emergency rooms are getting slammed by the flu and many schools also are taking a hit. All the victims were adults and at higher risk because of factors such as age and/or underlying medical conditions, the Benton-Franklin Health District reported.

$100,000 bail for man accused of driving to Richland to rape teen girls

A Spokane man is locked up on $100,000 bail for allegedly trying to meet up with two 13-year-old girls for sex after five months of chatting online. Donald T. Sizer, 38, reportedly did not know that the girls actually were undercover detectives working with a task force to combat would-be child predators.

Haler a fixa would have cut voters out of sales tax decisions

A bill that would have stripped away the power of voters to OK or reject sales tax increases for things like a performing arts or convention centers is being rewritten. Just two days after the start of the 2018 Legislature, Rep. Larry Haler was already retooling his bill intended to make it easier for regional public facilities districts to develop projects.

1 dead, 2 hurt and lots of questions after at least 1 shooting

Richland firefighters and paramedics prepare to take a gunshot victim to Kadlec Regional Medical Center Tuesday after a family member driving him there pulled over in a parking lot of a gas station on the corner of Queensgate Drive and Keene Road. Richland Police officials confirmed the incident is related to Monday night's Yakima County shooting incident that left an Arizona man dead and a Pasco man recovering being shot.

Could a Hawaii-style false alert happen in the Mid-Columbia?

Benton and Franklin county emergency managers say a false emergency alert like the one that recently panicked Hawaiians is unlikely in the Mid-Columbia, but not impossible. Residents and people near the Columbia and Yakima rivers near Hanford receive scheduled tests of the alerts.

Mariachi, ballet blend together

Members of the Mid-Columbia Ballet and Mariachi Halcon del Rio, an ensemble from Chiawana High School, rehearse a new collaborative ballet Monday at the Tri-Cities Academy of Ballet in Richland. Watch a video at: Members of the Mid-Columbia Ballet and Mariachi Halcon del Rio, an ensemble from Chiawana High School, rehearse a new collaborative ballet Monday at the Tri-Cities Academy of Ballet in Richland.

Richland man's icy video of slipsliding on Little Badger Mountain

Robert Benedetti says the city's growth-driven philosophy cost people on Little Badger Mountain essential city services, like clearing the streets. Robert Benedetti says the city's growth-driven philosophy cost people on Little Badger Mountain essential city services, like clearing the streets.

Former Hanford contractor may not go to trial. Possible settlement reached with DOJ

Washington Closure Hanford and the Department of Justice have reached a tentative settlement agreement in a lawsuit accusing the former Hanford nuclear reservation contractor of knowingly awarding small business subcontracts to front companies. The other parties sued by the Department of Justice in the civil case have recently reached settlement agreements, but the claim against Washington Closure remains.

Magic Moose medicine

Seattle Mariners pitcher, Marco Gonzalez, left, watches as the Mariner Moose, center, hands a plush moose to Noah Ramos, 5, inside Kadlec Medical Center during their Get Well Tour, where they visited sick patients, on Friday in Richland. The Seattle Mariners caravan came into the Tri-Cities early Friday and visited Emerson Elementary, Kadlec Medical Center and Columbia Basin College.

Donate hats, gloves, socks to keep Tri-City children warm

Warm clothing for children and teens will be collected on Martin Luther King Jr. Day at the Richland Community Center. New or gently used hats and gloves and new socks are being collected for the Women and Children's Shelter at the Tri-Cities Union Gospel Mission.

Live music events are offered across the Tri-Cities.

Cost: $6 adults; $5 seniors; $3 ages 6-12; free for 5 and under. Call 509-542-4515 .

He arrived in a Richland park looking to commit a crime. He ended up in cuffs instead.

A Spokane man expected to have sex with two underage girls when he arrived in a Richland park on Tuesday. Instead, he ended up in jail.

Sloshing along on a soggy sidewalk

Katrina Mellinger cautiously navigates a flooded sidewalk Thursday morning while pushing a stroller holding her daughter, Naomi Williams, 2, along Goethals Drive near Finch Street in Richland. They were headed to a transit bus stop in the rain when they encountered the waterlogged sidewalk caused by a clogged storm drain.

Judge wona t dismiss ex-Pasco councilmana s child molestation case

Chi Flores, 39, goes on trial Wednesday in Franklin County Superior Court for allegedly molesting a young girl twice in 2016. Judge Cameron Mitchell denied a request to dismiss the former Pasco councilman's case, even though the defense only received evidence two days before trial.

Richland power customers target of recent scam

Department officials recently learned some commercial and residential customers were victims of a fraud where the callers threaten to disconnect the power, the city posted on its Facebook page. The victims each received a call from what appeared to be the department's customer service number.

How an empty building near Columbia Center is getting a new look

Standard Paint and Flooring has purchased the former Staples store at 1480 Tapteal Drive in Richland and will move in following a remodel. The 24,000-square-foot building was constructed in 1999.

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