Settlements reached in Hanford time card fraud case

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

(AP) -- Federal charges related to time card fraud are expected to be dropped after two former managers and a former supervisor of CH2M Hill Hanford Group agreed to pay civil fines.
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Governor proposes capital gains tax for Washington

Inslee Official Portrait

Governor Jay Inslee is proposing a new capital gains tax to help address a projected Washington state budget gap of more than $2 billion over the next two-year budget cycle.
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Living Nativity Starts Tomorrow at Hillspring Church in South Richland

Living Nativity

The Christmas story, told from a shepherd's perspective, will be the basis of this year's living nativity performance at the Hillspring Church in South Richland.
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Local Student Involved in Minnesota Homicide and Police Chase

Police shooting

Johnathan Mar, a Kennewick School District student, was killed by officers this morning following a police chase in Minnesota after he was identified as a suspect after a man was killed at a rest stop.
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WSU Tri-Cities Gets $1M Grant to Study Climate Change Impacts on Defense Facilities

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Protecting U.S. defense facilities from risks posed by climate change is the focus of research at Washington State University Tri-Cities recently funded through a four-year, $994,000 contract with the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD).
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Local Family's Christmas Wish Is Granted

christas wish

One local family got a Christmas wish thanks to local radio stations and the kindness of the community.
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