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He was wearing a red T-shirt in a Pasco parking lot. His accused killer preferred blue.

Franklin County Deputy Prosecutor Dave Corkrum places a red and blue t-shirt on the lectern Wednesday morning during his opening statement in the murder trial of Chris Pedroza-DeSantiago. Prosecutors claim Pedroza-DeSantiago was leaving a Pasco grocery store in February 2015 when he stumbled into victim Juan C. Melgoza. They argued about Melgoza’s red clothing and a short time later Pedroza-DeSantiago allegedly returned and shot him in the back. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video
Don’t be left in the dark. Where Tri-Citians can watch the eclipse.
Kennewick man led troubled life before Sunday’s shooting
Coroner announces findings in Kennewick police shooting
Prayer vigil planned Thursday in Richland

Sports

WSU’s Luke Falk, Idaho’s Matt Linehan added to Manning Award watch list
Alonso's bat, Rzepczynski's relief, Mariners beat O's 7-6
Little League series starts Thursday; Walla Walla opens Friday

Nation and World News

The Latest: GOP blames 'malcontents' for 'Nazis' graffiti
Wisconsin city to remove deteriorating 9/11 memorial
Video threatens Mexico columnist who covers organized crime

Northwest News

Idaho city to pay for children's chemical burns
Eclipse traffic already heavy in central Oregon
Court: juvenile sex crimes can be basis of civil commitment


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