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The city of Pasco, Washington is located in the southeastern region of the state. It makes up one of the Tri-Cities, in which the other two cities are Richland and Kennewick. Notable residents have included author Chuck Palahniuk (Fight Club, Choke, Haunted), model and actress Shauna O'Brien (Lady Chatterly's Stories, Emmanuelle 2001), and cinematographer James Wong Howe (The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter).

Population: 32066
Local Newspapers: Tri-City Herald
Local Sports Teams: Seattle Mariners (MLB) Seattle Seahawks (NFL)
Local Colleges: Washington State University Tri-Cities

Zip Codes associated with pasco, washington: 99301
Towns/Cities near pasco, washington : Kennewick Burbank Richland Finley Highland

Pasco News
Armed robbery of backpack leads to SWAT standoff in Pasco

A Pasco man is in jail after a robbery in Pasco led to an hourslong standoff with police at an apartment. Ismael Soto Valdez, 36, went into the apartment of a 25-year-old man Sunday night on the 500 block of West Bonneville Street, Pasco police said.

Pascoa s fireworks experiment didna t go as planned. Herea s whata s next

Pasco saw a marked increase in fireworks-related calls after it lifted a ban on some safe-and-sane explosives this year. Officials are still figuring out how to tamp down on aerial fireworks, which remained illegal even after the ban was lifted.

Tuesday to be even hotter in the Tri-Cities

It hit 103 degrees Monday at the Tri-Cities Airport in Pasco, the weather service said, and it could get to 104 today. The hot weather and gusty winds forecast Tuesday and Wednesday create high to extreme fire danger, according to Benton County Fire Marshal Ken Williams.

2 Pasco teens locked up for attempted murder

A Pasco homeowner was trying to defend himself during a robbery when he slipped and fell in front of his attacker. Luis Nunez-Gomez rolled over to see a pistol still pointed at him and a teen pulling the trigger repeatedly.

Fourth of July gun suspect let go without charges

A Pasco man was released from custody Monday after prosecutors decided not to charge him in connection with the July 4 shooting at Howard Amon Park. He had been locked up since Wednesday evening on suspicion of second-degree unlawful possession of a gun, and his 72-hour hold expired Monday.

This book collector has 30,000 books in his home

The Tri-City Regional SWAT team was called to capture a crime spree suspect after a standoff at a Pasco apartment complex in the 700 block of West Agate Street. Locals arrive at Columbia Center Mall to get their 'Pay your age' bear at the Build-A-Bear kiosk on Thursday.

Muddy good time

Brendon Highman of Benton City and his son, Dale, crawl in muddy water underneath wires while participating in the Renegade Rage 10k at Hanses Farm in Pasco. Participants could run on four courses: elite competitive 10k, renegade 10k, rager 5k and rebel renegade.

Spirit of America Trail in Zintel Canyon

The Costco that opened in Bellingham on Nov. 19, 2017, is similar in size and scope to the Kennewick store. See what it looked like under construction and learn some simple facts about the company.

Kennewick is right to discourage panhandling. Do this instead

The Tri-Cities is a generous community, but when it comes to panhandling, we think Kennewick's effort to discourage roadside begging is spot on. Last week city workers posted 23 signs in 17 busy locations telling people not to give money directly to panhandlers and instead "contribute to the solution" by giving money to charities.

Extra units headed to Burbank wildfire

Firefighters responded to the blaze shortly before 4 p.m. in the park on Ice Harbor Road near Lake Wallula. Franklin County Fire District 3 and Pasco firefighters joined Walla Walla County Fire District 3 to help battle the blaze.

Pasco robbery spree ends in SWAT bust

Two people are in jail after two robbery attempts in Pasco ended in a standoff at an Agate Street apartment. Police say two men showed up at 5 a.m. in a garage on North Sixth Avenue.

Kyle Vierck named new athletic director at Wenatchee Valley College

Pasco native Kyle Vierck, 40, has been named the new athletic director at Wenatchee Valley College. Vierck is coming to Wenatchee from Notre Dame University, where he was the Student-Athlete Careers Program Director.

Here's why teacher contract talks won't be open to the public

The school board didn't actually take a vote on the issue. Instead, board member Ben Messinger made a motion to open negotiations to the public, but none of his board colleagues offered up a second and the motion died for lack of enough support.

A Richland felon tried to toss a gun off the bridge. He probably wona t make the prison baseball team

A 28-year-old convicted Richland felon is going to federal prison for trying to toss a revolver over the cable bridge during a police chase from Pasco to Kennewick. A 28-year-old convicted Richland felon is going to federal prison for trying to toss a revolver over the cable bridge during a police chase from Pasco to Kennewick.

Columbia Basin College's production of "Sister Act" opens July 12.

When "Sister Act" director Ginny Quinley put together a cast at the Columbia Basin College Theatre in January, her intentions were to get started on schedule. The cast - made up of several "nuns and thugs" - had a different idea.

Tri-Town fun at sundown

The Bahuru Marimba band performs at Volunteer Park in Pasco during Sundown in Tri-Town on Wednesday. The free event is 4:30-8 p.m. every Wednesday until August.

Footprint for the big screen

Construction equipment digs out the footprint of the new 10-screen Fairchild Cinemas building Wednesday on the 2900 block of South Quillan Street in Kennewick. The cinema will have reclining seats and sell alcohol, traditional movie concession snacks and entree items.

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