Sen. Brown: Senate capital budget has $40M for Tri-City projects

The Senate capital budget includes more than $40 million for projects in the Tri-Cities, benefiting high school and university students, scientists and historical preservation, said Sen. Sharon Brown, R-Kennewick. Projects include a WSU Tri-City building, Tri-Tech Skill Center classroom space, help for Pasco’s Save the Old Tower and equipment money to leverage a larger federal investment for a new PNNL research building.

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Bryant Scott conquers 50-mile race, 8 months after nearly losing his life to heat stroke

Bryant Scott of Kennewick talks about his experiences of suffering heat stroke during a navigation exercise in the Marine Corps, his recovery and his recent completion of the 50 mile running race in the Badger Mountain Challenge event.
Cameron Probert Tri-City Herald
Bryant Scott conquers 50-mile race, 8 months after nearly losing his life to heat stroke 2:34

Bryant Scott conquers 50-mile race, 8 months after nearly losing his life to heat stroke

Previewing the Final Four teams of the NCAA Tournament 1:14

Previewing the Final Four teams of the NCAA Tournament

Paws-abilities Place expansion project to double size of popular Richland dog park 0:37

Paws-abilities Place expansion project to double size of popular Richland dog park

COMING SOON - 'Justice League' offers new trailer 2:32

COMING SOON - 'Justice League' offers new trailer