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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

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For the second time in a week, garbage caught on fire inside a collection truck in Richland, The Tri-City Herald reported. When the trash collector saw smoke coming from the garbage he'd collected Tuesday he immediately ejected the trash into the street, as he's been trained.

Dona t be left in the dark. Where Tri-Citians can watch the eclipse.

Never look directly at the sun's rays. When watching a partial eclipse you must wear eclipse glasses at all times or use another indirect method if you want to face the sun.

Kennewick man led troubled life before Sundaya s shooting

Investigative paint markings are visible at the intersection of South Olympia Street and West 10th Avenue where two Kennewick police officers shot and killed a man with a sword after he reportedly attacked one of them the night before. Investigative paint markings are visible at the intersection of South Olympia Street and West 10th Avenue where two Kennewick police officers shot and killed a man with a sword after he reportedly attacked one of them the night before.

Police arrest 2 in Richland drug bust Wednesday

The Benton County Sheriff's Office gang team served a search warrant at a home in the 2000 block of Cascade Avenue after Matthew S. Gilbert, 34, allegedly sold heroin to an informant. Authorities did not release information about the amount of drugs discovered in the search.

Burglar cashes in twice at Richland church school

The individual, dressed in black and with his face covered, broke into the private school during the mornings of Aug. 2 and 9. Police said the burglar stole money and damaged school property.

Energy Secretary Perry visits Hanford

Energy Secretary Rick Perry, left, closely observes as worker trainers Joni Spencer, center, and Dean Beaver prepare to give a respirator demonstration Tuesday at the HAMMER Training Facility in Richland. Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore., stands next to Perry and Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., stands in between the workers at right.

Richland neighborhood gets trashed

Firefighter Tyler Carter of Benton County District 4 puts out a smoking pile of garbage while are residents watch at Viewmont Court and Edgewood Drive in Richland on Tuesday. Around 8:45 a.m., a Richland trash collector saw smoke coming from the garbage he had collected.

Cybersecurity tops Cantwella s agenda for Energy Secretarya s Tri-City visit

Glenn Fink and his colleagues at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Wake Forest University developed a cyber defense tool. Cyber security tops U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell's agenda as she welcomes Energy Secretary Rick Perry on his visit to PNNL and Hanford on Tuesday.

Water fight in Olympia has schools feeling the heat

Workers from Fowler General Construction pour concrete on Aug. 3 at the new Jefferson Elementary school building in Richland. The state matching funds are being held up until the state approves a capital budget Workers from Fowler General Construction pour concrete on Aug. 3 at the new Jefferson Elementary school building in Richland.

Washington state utility's nuclear waste shipments suspended

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60-year-old Pasco man demonstrates his CrossFit prowess.

Kennewick woman faced with a life-threatening illness, changed her eating habits and found a fitness center to help her reach her goals. J. Michael Kelly drove the U-12 Graham Trucking boat to victory in Sunday's winner-take-all HAPO Columbia Cup final for his first victory in the Tri-Cities, exorcising the demons of a 2016 Cup that was stripped from him five months after the race.

Richland Marine memorialized by family and friends

This video is the result of a research effort by faculty and students at the University of Tennessee to document and study the hazards associated with railway grade crossings on bicycle safety . Most video was captured in August and September, 2014 on Neyland Drive, in Knoxville TN.

U.S. Energy Secretary coming to Hanford, McNary Dam

U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry will be in Richland next week for a tour of Hanford and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. He is expected to be joined by U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., Rep. Dan Newhouse, R-Wash., and Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore.

Price of stamps is a sticking point for the U.S. Postal Service

The U.S. Postal Service is requesting more freedom to raise stamp prices. The USPS printed 19 billion postage stamps last year, but it's still losing money.

Firefighters to honor fallen Marine Thursday

Tri-City fire departments will pay tribute to a fallen Marine Thursday when his remains are returned to Richland. Sgt. Dietrich Schmieman died July 10 with 15 other service members when a military cargo plane crashed in Mississippi.

Atomic Cities Peace Memorial

Richland resident Jim Stoffels, chairman of World Citizens for Peace, talks about the Atomic Cities Peace Memorial held each year on August 9, the anniversary of the Nagasaki atomic bombing. Stoffels says the event honors the memory of those who died on both sides of World War II.

Sunflowers are a buzz-word in Richland

Bees visit a patch of sunflowers Wednesday on the 400 block of Saint Street in Richland. The colorful flowers were attracting many different insect visitors.

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