Volunteers Move Two Tons of Rock at Kittitas Mine

More than 50 volunteers showed up at the site of an old Kittitas County gold mine and moved 2 tons of rock by hand to help the owner comply with Forest Service regulations.
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Hope Solo Issues Apology

Hope Solo in court

Richland native was arrested for domestic assault last weekend
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Water Filtration System Built in Tri-Cities Will Help Fukushima

Kurion Mobile Processing System

New technology put together right here in the Tri-Cities is ready to be shipped to Japan to help filter radioactive material out of water in Fukushima.
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Transient Arrested After Stealing Ford Model A, Crashes Near Prineville

Erik Halpin

A 34-year old transient was arrested Sunday afternoon after allegedly stealing a fully remodeled 1930 Ford Model "A" coupe and crashing it into the Crooked River along Highway 27 south of Prineville. The suspect was arrested after being treated for injuries at a hospital.
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Suspected Seattle Pacific University Shooter Pleads Not Guilty

Seattle Pacific Shooting

The attorney representing the man accused of killing one student and wounding two others at a Seattle university says she is planning to pursue an insanity defense for her client.
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Chemical Vapor and Worker Protection Study at the Hanford Site

Hanford Site

At the request of Washington River Protection Solutions (WRPS), the Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) has assembled a team of recognized experts to perform an independent review of the chemical vapors program at the Hanford nuclear waste cleanup site in Washington state.
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