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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.
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
Blame a moose (at least a little) for sending a Kennewick man to the hospital
Richard Jones, 77, of Dayton, was driving east on Highway 12 at the Dayton city limits when he slowed for a moose in the road at 5 p.m. Saturday, according to the Washington State Patrol. He avoided the moose but his Nissan Sentra was hit from behind by Kenneth Morris, 66, of Kennewick.These are the worst intersections in the Tri-Cities. And here's what police are doing about it
It didn't take long for police to spot a driver illegally chatting on a cellphone at the corner of Canal Drive and Edison Street. Kennewick officers wrote 33 distracted driving tickets in 3 1/2 hours, and weren't able to catch up to seven others on a recent Saturday.He was lost at sea during WWI. Kennewick veteran remembered in France
A Kennewick solider boarded a ship heading to France in late September 1918 with plans to join the war effort. Robert W. Ely was 27 when he joined the 125th Field Artillery Regiment, trained at Camp Cody in New Mexico and boarded the USS Saxon.Truck not tied to Kennewick hit-and-run. Police still searching for driver
Police have returned to the hunt for a hit-and-run driver after learning a suspicious pickup did not leave a 17-year-old Kennewick teen hospitalized in September. Officers discovered the pickup on the 7200 block of West Eighth Court about a week after Kyle Marboe was hit outside of his Belfair Street home.Another pedestrian hit crossing road at dusk. It's the second time in as many days
The woman was crossing South Union Street in front of the Mid-Columbia Library shortly before 5 p.m., Kennewick police said. A man behind the wheel of a Toyota didn't see her and ran into her.Fire damages Kennewick storage units
A Kennewick city employee uses an excavator to remove smoldering items early Thursday from the Phoenix Mini-Storage, 615 N. Fruitland St. Fire crews were called shortly before 4 a.m. to check out some smoke in the area and they found the burning storage units. No one covers what is happening in our community better than we do.CBC culinary school should move forward and prove critics wrong
Columbia Basin College officials are right not to let skeptics spoil their plans to build a new culinary school in Kennewick. Despite some community concerns revealed in a recent feasibility study, CBC President Rebekah Woods told the Herald she's taking steps to ensure the proposal moves ahead.This bestselling author is appearing this week in Kennewick
She'll appear at 7 p.m. at Southridge High School as the culmination of NEA Big Read: Mid-Columbia, the fall literary festival hosted by Mid-Columbia Libraries. St. John Mandel is the author of four novels, including "Station Eleven," which was a finalist for a National Book Award.Kennewick councilman asks Supreme Court to stop an attempt to kick him out of office
Kennewick City Councilman Steve Young has asked the Washington Supreme Court to stop a recall effort launched by four citizens who say he's unfit to serve after losing a wrongful termination lawsuit in his private job. The notice is the first step to asking the state's highest court to review Judge Bruce Spanner's ruling that the recall can move ahead on limited grounds.Man pleads innocent to sex abuse of preteen
A Benton City man is being held on $50,000 bail for allegedly having inappropriate sexual contact with a preteen girl. Short pleaded innocent in Benton County Superior Court to second-degree rape of a child and third-degree rape of a child.It's the only Christian college in the area. And it's about to get a lot bigger
And Gather 4 Him in Kennewick is about to embark on a capital campaign to build a new facility to handle that future growth. No one covers what is happening in our community better than we do.2 Pasco teachers die in murder-suicide in Kennewick
Dustin A. G. Altshuler, 37, and Laura Cole, 35, were the two people found shot at 2932 S. Keller Place in Canyon Lakes shortly after 3 p.m. Wednesday, said Chief Deputy Coroner Roy McLean. "We will have counselors available at both schools this week to support the students and staff members who knew and worked with these teachers.2 Pasco teachers dead in murder-suicide in Kennewick home
The Tri-City Herald reports that investigators believe 37-year-old Dustin Altshuler - who had just been charged with groping a female taxi driver - shot and killed his girlfriend, 35-year-old Laura Cole, on Wednesday before killing himself. Both taught in the Pasco School District.Tri-City taxi driver says a passenger groped her
The woman, whose name was not disclosed, drove to a south Kennewick gas station and got out of the car until police arrived. The suspect, Dustin A. Altshuler, also waited around for officers.Power restored after outage in Kennewick
Benton PUD says the outage is impacting people in the area of 10th and Edison Street and the Southridge area. They did not say what caused the outage.Porch pirate nabbed with stolen Kennewick and Pasco mail
A 35-year-old woman was arrested and booked into the Benton County jail Sunday after Kennewick police arrested her in possession of a stolen package and other pieces of mail from both Kennewick and Pasco. A 35-year-old woman was arrested and booked into the Benton County jail Sunday after Kennewick police arrested her in possession of a stolen package and other pieces of mail from both Kennewick and Pasco.A look inside Pasco's syringe exchange
Kennewick police vehicles park outside 401 S. Yelm St. early Friday morning during a homicide investigation at the home following an early-morning shooting that left one person dead. Olie Kolzig, a former Tri-City American and Washington Capitals goaltender, shares his day with the Stanley Cup by honoring supporters of the Carson Kolzig Foundation and Responding to Autism Center.Police searching for Walmart shoplifter in Kennewick
A man was caught on camera stealing a dash cam and socks from Walmart at 2720 S. Quillan St. in Kennewick. If you have any information you are asked to call SECOMM at 509-628-0333.Broadway show - Finding Neverland' is bringing its magic to Kennewick
But, as fifth grade approached, she had her eye on a bigger role, and she asked her teacher what she could do to help her chances. The teacher told Gibbs that her musical chops and dancing were on point, but she needed to work on her acting.Remember those school cafeteria cinnamon rolls? Here's the recipe
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