Jack, a rescue dog, trains for the first day on a boat in the Puget Sound to track feces of endangered killer whales for scientific research. He is a part of the Conservation Canine program at the University of Washington.
Researchers need orca poop, this dog finds it
What the hail?! Benton Fire training facility hammered during storm
Thunderstorms wash through Tri-Cities
Woman flees Pasco police after crashing stolen car
7.1 magnitude earthquake rocks Central Mexico
Watch: Potato truck hits transit bus
Wife of man shot by Pasco police speaks out
Hurricane Maria targets Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico
Pasco Officer Carlos Santiago spotted Sarah Ann Miller, 25, early Tuesday driving a Ford Taurus she allegedly took from an acquaintance. Here's dashcam footage of the chase around the Autoplex and into a strip mall parking lot when Santiago tried stopping her. Police are still searching for her.
Maria Ordaz, the wife of Edwin Espejo, speaks out about the night he was shot in their basement of their home at 910 S. Ninth Avenue in Pasco. Police officials say Espejo opened fire at three officers who responded to a violent domestic call. Ordaz says her husband is recovering from 7 gunshot wounds at a local hospital.
Kennewick fire inspector Lincoln Swenson provides on overview of an early morning fire that damaged two homes in the 800 block of South Fruitland Street. No injuries were reported. The cause is still under investigation.
Capt. Ken Roske of the Pasco Police Department releases preliminary details about an officer-involved shooting on September 16, 2017 at 910 S. 9th in Pasco. The officers responded to a domestic violence call at the address. Suspect Edwin Espejo, 31, was shot multiple times when he fired at officers, according police officials. Espejo is recovering at a local hospital. No officers were injured.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal visits several classrooms at Marie Curie STEM Elementary School in Pasco school before announcing the submittal of his Every Student Succeeds Act plan to the federal government. He says the plan, which deemphasises testing, is ready to be quickly implemented.
The new five-lane Bob Olson Parkway constructed from the Steptoe/10th Avenue roundabout to Sherman Street in Kennewick opened to traffic this past weekend. It provides motorists a connection between Highways 395 and 240. An official ribbon cutting ceremony in planned for October.
Kathy Caldwell and her husband, Dan, recently brought home the world championship title from the International Dutch Oven Society's cook off held in Salt Lake City. Caldwell shares a quick tip on how to start learning to cook in a cast iron dutch oven.