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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.

Population: 67180
Local Newspapers: Tri-City Herald
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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

Kennewick News
Tri-Cities won't get to improve its shorelines this year

Tri-City dreams of regaining control over 34 miles of Columbia Shoreline are on hold. The Congressional Budget Office raised questions about the proposed transfer, preventing it from being included in the National Defense Authorization Act passed Thursday in the House.

Kennewick just took a big step to make 4,000 kids safer

Kennewick School Resource Officer Tony Valdez mingles with students during lunch break recently at Southridge High School in Kennewick. The Kennewick School District and Kennewick Police Department will have two more police officers specifically to work in the district's five middle schools starting next school year.

Popular Kennewick barista dies in Richland crash

A popular barista and assistant manager for Dutch Bros. Coffee was killed in Wednesday evening's motorcycle crash in Richland.

Barista Blake Clatterbuck makes a beverage inside of Roasters Coffee in Kennewick.

Construction, a perennial job engine for the region, continues to power economic growth here, according to the monthly economic snapshot released Tuesday by the Washington Employment Security Department. The civilian labor force expanded to more than 137,000 people, with 129,527 employed.

Eastmont's Doyle and Wenatchee's Bishop qualify for final round at 4A boys' state golf championships

Every that picks up a golf club at the high-school level dreams of making it to this level. This is the pinnacle - the state championship.

Pasco ends ban on fireworks after 22 years

Families gather in 2014 to the watch the Grand Old 4th Fireworks display at Gesa Stadium in Pasco. The city council has voted to allow certain fireworks to once again to be sold in the city.

Kennewick teacher flunks jury duty, fined and sent home

Benton County Superior Court Judge Sam Swanberg took the extraordinary step Friday of releasing an unwilling juror a day after the trial began. Juror No.

Car, boy on bike crash in Kennewick

The scene of the collision between a young bicyclist and car on West 27th Avenue at South Tacoma Street in Kennewick. Officials say the 12-year-old boy appears to have escaped serious injuries in the incident.

Kennewick Taco Bell is flattened. This will replace it

Construction workers have started preparing the Taco Bell restaurant site for a new building at the corner of West Kennewick Avenue and Highway 395 in Kennewick. The fast food restaurant was recently razed and construction fence placed around the work zone.

Life saving app set for Tri-Cities launch

Nickole Perry, Kadlec clinical education coordinator, tells about the PulsePoint app she helped bring to the Tri-Cities. The smart-phone app notifies members when someone nearby is suffering a cardiac arrest episode and is in need of CPR.

2 wounded, 2 shot. Kennewick police still looking for suspect

Kennewick police say they've got a suspect in mind for the Sunday shooting that left two men and two women wounded at a four-plex. Officers were called about 2 p.m. Sunday to the North Buchanan Street four-plex to find two women leaving one of the apartment units.

It's go time at Kennewick's splash parks

Kennewick has opened its splash pad parks at Columbia Park, Highlands Grange Park and the Southridge sports complex near the Carousel. Our journalism takes a lot of time, effort, and hard work to produce.

Kennewick shooting hurts 2; suspect on loose

A Sunday afternoon shooting at a Kennewick apartment building left two hurt and a suspect on the loose, police said. The shooting took place on North Buchanan Street, a dead-end road just off Canal Drive, Officer Keith Noble said.

Kids dig rigs, and horns, and crushed cars

Jason Mendoza of Kennewick takes a picture of his son, Treyton, 3, inside a Bobcat during Kidz Dig Rigz at Columbia Park. Hundreds of children played on trucks, watched cars get crushed and rode in big rigs during the Kadlec Foundation event, which continues in Columbia Park until 3:30 p.m. Sunday.

Kennewick family reports 'very bizarre' lights in night sky

As they watched, more spots appeared. They saw 14 lights over 20 to 25 minutes last Saturday night, Havens said.

Trios bankruptcy nears end. New owners soon to follow

Trios officials said the sale could close within about a month of the judge confirming the plan. However, an RCCH spokesman said he didn't want to speculate on a timeline.

This program honors WSU quarterback. You can help here in the Tri-Cities

Hilinski's Hope bracelets, decals and T-shirts can be found at SunWest Sportswear in Richland. Proceeds from the items will help fund programs that provide student-athletes the tools to support their mental health and wellness.

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