A felon who sold meth out of Richland and Kennewick hotels has been sentenced to life in prison. Federal prosecutors said he had about 16 prior federal convictions and had two guns he was using in his drug trafficking business.
A new manager has been named by Jacobs Engineering Group for the Hanford nuclear reservation’s Plutonium Finishing Plant project. Jacobs took over leadership from its contractor after radioactive contamination from demolition spread.
Washington’s third-largest credit union is opening its first Tri-City location this year. By 2019, the financial institution formerly known as the Spokane Teachers Credit Union will have branches in Kennewick, Richland and Pasco.
Raul Mendez Garcia celebrates his U.S. citizenship Monday by posing for photos with Barry Moravek, left, and Larry Flint, members of the Sons of the American Revolution, during a ceremony held at the U.S. District Court in Richland.