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An interesting controversy has surrounded Kennewick in its quest to be the Slurpee Capital of the World. The international title has been held by Winnipeg, Canada, for some years and Kennewick mounted their effort to be recognized. Although Winnipeg is the urban market area with sales of the highest number of "cups on average per store," Kennewick led the world in Slurpee sales dollars and number of cups sold for 2008.
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Local Colleges: Washington State University Tri-Cities
Zip Codes associated with kennewick, washington:
99336 99337 99338
Towns/Cities near kennewick, washington : Pasco Burbank Richland Finley Highland Benton City
The Benton-Franklin Fair & Rodeo is saved - for now
The Benton-Franklin Fair Association has settled for a deal it didn't want in order to keep the Benton-Franklin Fair & Rodeo in Kennewick. The association announced Thursday it signed a two-year lease with Benton County to use the county-owned fairgrounds in 2019 and 2020.Local law enforcement agencies speak out regarding bomb threats
On Thursday, several local law enforcement agencies responded to multiple bomb threats at different businesses, later determined as a nationwide scam. On December 13 the Yakima County Sheriff's Office received multiple calls from local schools and businesses who had received emails related to a possible bomb threat at their locations.Tri-Cities Water Follies ponies up for Playground of Dreams update. First phase now open.
Get a sneak peek at the installation of the a lighthouse during the construction of the new Playgrounds of Dreams in Kennewick's Columbia Park. The first phase is expected to open Mid-October.He worked to protect this Tri-Cities natural area. Now he's being...
A Tri-Cities man who worked to protect some of the area's last natural, undeveloped space is being honored with a special monument nine months after his sudden death. The monument in Bofer Canyon is made largely from rock, with a plaque bearing Al Potter's name and reading, "Ride in Peace."Head brewer from Snipes Mountain opening Tri-City tap house
Ryan Wattenbarger is working on opening Moonshot Brewing next year at 8804 Victoria Ave, near the intersection of Steptoe Street and Gage Boulevard in Kennewick. Wattenbarger is currently the head brewer for Snipes Mountain Brewery & Restaurant in Sunnyside.Kennewick roommates charged in fatal Pasco shooting
Two Kennewick roommates were charged Tuesday with a Dec. 6 shooting in Pasco that left one man dead and a woman injured. Anthony D. Hamilton, 29, and Jerry D. Porter Sr., 30, are scheduled appear Dec. 18 in Franklin County Superior Court for first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder.Kennewick welcomes 2 new officers including the grandson of a former chief
When Sebastian "Zebbie" Castilleja was 3 years old, he decided he wanted to be a police officer, just like his grandfather, former Prosser Police Chief Ray Cotey. "I looked up to my grandpa in many ways, and I remember thinking how cool it would be to also become a policeman one day," Castilleja told the Herald.He owed a $3,000 drug debt. Now his accused killer is getting a new trial
A 39-year-old man owed about $3,000 to his drug supplier when he was shot dead in the driveway of a Kennewick home, his friend said Tuesday. Martin Mendoza said he tried to help his friend Martin Ibanez for a while by fronting him drugs without their supplier knowing.4 hurt in DUI-suspected crash near Richland
A driver who may have been drinking is being blamed for a crash Sunday morning on Highway 240 near Richland that sent four people to the Richland hospital. Eric J. Miller, 24, of Kennewick, was headed west on the highway in a Dodge Ram pickup about two miles past Richland at 2:15 a.m. His pickup crossed into the eastbound lane and hit a Honda Accord with four people in it, according to the Washington State Patrol.Car crushed in distracted driving crash on Kennewick street
A driver reaching for something that fell onto the floor caused a Saturday morning crash that crushed a car and sent two men to the hospital. A man behind the wheel of a Honda Civic was heading north on Volland Street when the driver took his eyes off the road to grab an item around 10:47 a.m. Saturday, Officer Cory McGee said.Fleeing robbery suspects leave shower of sparks in Pasco
The chance for a pair of robbery suspects to escape police disappeared in a shower of sparks during a dramatic Thursday morning chase. Police began hunting for a blue Nissan Sentra after a Kennewick teen said an acquaintance pistol-whipped him, demanded his money, took stuff from him and fired a shot in the air.Heavy equipment is moving into Columbia Park. Here's what's going on
The Army Corps of Engineers says that the work will stabilize shoreline in the west end of the park where water has gradually eroded the shoreline. The contract for the work, awarded to KEU Inc. of Vancouver, Wash., requires work to be completed by the end of February.Local wineries win awards - Thu, 06 Dec 2018 PST
Margo and Greg Shelman own Craftsman Cellars in Kendall Yards. They're seen here in a file photo from 2016.They'll sing at President Bush's memorial - then hop on a plane for the Tri-Cities
The Oak Ridge Boys still will perform in Kennewick on Thursday night, even though they'll be singing that morning at President George H.W. Bush's memorial service in Houston. While they'll log thousands of miles on a plane in a 24-hour period to make it happen, they wouldn't have it any other way.Benton County has $500K for affordable housing but no applicants
Nonprofit groups, public agencies and developers are eligible for up to $500,000 for housing projects serving low-income residents in Benton County. Benton County Human Services is accepting applications for capital projects that provide housing for those earning 50 percent or less of the area's median family income - or less than $31,000 per year.He bit a Pasco officer but he didn't get the gun
Sgt. Chad Pettijohn responded at 8:40 p.m. Saturday to a report of people prowling around a vacant house on the 1200 block of West Jan Street . He found Alberto Rafael Fernandez, 22, of Kennewick, against a fence.Finley flyby investigation
Detective Ryan Sauve with the Washington State Patrol launches a drone Monday to photograph Highway 397 at South Yew Street in Kennewick where a pickup and car collided Sunday, hurting four people. Fernando Hernandez, 54, crossed the center line on Chemical Drive in his pickup at 11:47 p.m. and hit a Corolla driven by David Hoopes, 43, said the WSP.
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