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$11.7M WSU Tri-Cities grant to help some 2,000 students gear up after high school

Students participate in one of WSU Tri-Cities led GEAR UP programs. The university recently received a $11.7 million grant aimed at helping more than 2,000 students in area high schools.
31 Hanford workers test positive for radioactive contamination
Generator fumes likely killed Pasco man living with no electricity
New iPad is picture perfect for autistic Pasco boy
Fireworks sparked Columbia Gorge fire. Now, 15-year-old is charged

Sports

NFL to give away 500 tickets to February's Super Bowl
Hayward, Lin out for year, and many others in NBA are ailing
Delany: 'Not shocked' by FBI investigation of college hoops

Nation and World News

Some schools in Puerto Rico to open for 1st time after Maria
Charges brought against teen in Columbia Gorge fire
AP News in Brief at 6:04 p.m. EDT

Northwest News

Discrimination lawsuit filed against University of Idaho
Bipartisan Senate bill aims to prevent Western wildfires


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