Pasco is the second-largest city in Tri-Cities, Washington. With a population of 75,432, it is the largest city in Franklin County, where it is the county seat. Pasco's downtown features many unique restaurants and stores. The MiLB's Tri-City Dust Devils play in Pasco's Gesa Stadium.
WSP Trooper Killed in Weekend I-5 Crash Originally from Pasco
Trooper was struck and killed by a motorist early Saturday morning on I-5
Avelo Airlines’ New Route from Pasco To Sonoma County: Activities For Every Traveler
Discover the charm of Sonoma County with a variety of activities, from wine tasting at award-winning wineries to exploring historic landmarks in downtown Sonoma Plaza.
Tri-Cities Airport Gets a New Route to California Wine Hotspot
Fly nonstop to Sonoma County from Tri-Cities Airport with Avelo Airlines starting May 1st!
Unanswered Questions: Drones Used to Investigate Richland Truck Crash
Investigation underway for truck crash in Richland, Washington; police searching for potential victims or injured individuals.
Safe Driving Tips for Tri-Cities this Super Bowl Sunday
Law enforcement agencies in TriCities urge safe Super Bowl Sunday to prevent drunk driving accidents.
Update: Pasco Parents on Edge After Kidnapping Attempt
1. Pasco Police investigating attempted kidnapping in Washington: Student escapes after being offered candy by suspect in white van. 2. Alert: Student narrowly escapes attempted kidnapping in Pasco
Washington State High School Baseball Championship Sites Announced
At their executive board meeting in January, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) announced the locations for the 2024 High School Baseball Championships.
Hockey Heroes: Tri-Cities Police Vs. Fire In Charity Face-Off
Join us for the PD vs. FD Game in Tri-Cities, a friendly rivalry on the ice that benefits the Washington State Fraternal Order of Police memorial fund and the Tri-Cities Cancer Center.
Pasco Streets so Slick, You Could Ice Skate Down Them
Imagine the streets in the Tri-Cities that are so slick that you could ice skate down them. Well, Pasco Police Officers did just that.
Where to Get Warm in the Tri-Cities
The current cold front has brought snow, ice, and freezing temperatures to the Tri-Cities. Warming centers have been set up across Richland, Paco, and Kennewick to provide a place for people to escape the cold. Ben-Franklin Transit offers an easy route via their bus services to get people to the warming centers and out of the wintery weather.