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People Waited 16 Hours for Panera Bread to Open in Richland
Panera serves bread.
Panera serves sandwiches and soup.
Panera serves salads and pasta.
I've never had Panera.
I hear Panera is good.
But 16 hours is two full work days, or a good 12 hour shift and a half night of drinkin'.
Either way, if I'm gonna stand in line for 16 hours for something, …
Richland Police Attempting to Contact Two Individuals
The Richland police department is seeking assistance to help in the contact of the two individuals pictured. It is case file RPD 17-26817. Officer McCauley wants to talk to you if you know these two.
Both are wanted for questioning related to theft charges...
Christmas Lighted Boat Parade is Friday and Saturday
Always an amazing time, and the decorations are in full swing, for the annual Christmas Lighted Boat Parade happening this Friday and Saturday, Dec. 1-2.
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The festive boats launch at 6 p.m. both nights going up the Benton County side of the river first, then, around 7:30 p...
Tri-Cities Turkey Trot 2017 Was Huge!
The rain stopped and the sun peeked out as Turkey Trot 2017 got underway in Columbia Park! A southerly breeze warmed things up to almost 60 degrees as 5k runners and 1-mile walkers raised money for the Red Cross.
 
Did you know that the first local Red Cross Chapter opened up 100 years ago in Pas…
Best Way to Cook Your Ham (Secret Squirrel Recipe)
My mom tried this recipe and by far I thought it was the best tasting ham ever!

6 pound ham, fully cooked
1/2 cup firmly packed brown sugar
1 cup 7-UP

1 teaspoon dry mustard
Preheat oven to 325 degrees
Combine brown sugar and mustard and mix well
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New PNNL Device Can Quickly Alert Police if Gunshots Detected
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland has developed a small device that could make the difference between life and death if a shooter again opens fire in a public building.
PNNL Chief engineer Jim Skorpik says the idea surfaced after the Sandy Hook school massacre in 2012 that left six ad…
Drunk Prosser Man Takes Starbucks Drive-Thru Sign Literally!
I don't think this is what Starbucks had in mind when they opened their drive-thru locations. Late Sunday night, officers responded to a DUI accident in Prosser. A 19-year-old drove his truck in to a Starbucks drive-thru sign. Apparently, he had lost control of his truck and BAM...

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