Chain link fencing surrounding the former 103-acre Vista Field Airport in Kennewick will no longer be needed as the Port of Kennewick and City of Kennewick move forward with the Vista Field Redevelopment Master Plan. The plan calls for converting the former general aviation airport into a regional town center through a joint effort by the two government bodies.
The West Richland Police Department is seeking information about this recent package theft. The thief's car is reflected in the upper right corner of the window. If you have any information about this crime contact dispatch at 628-0333 and refer to West Richland Police Department Case #1704915
Firefighter Ben Shearer of the Pasco Fire Department gives information at the scene of an early morning trailer fire at 171 Frontier Drive. Investigators are looking at a wood stove as a possible cause for the fire. No one was injured.
Capt. Rusty Bachman of the Kennewick Fire Department is the leader of a Strike Team of about 20 firefighters and 5 engines from eastern and central Washington headed to assist at the California wildfires. Their assignment is scheduled for 14 days.
A woman caught a thieving squirrel red-handed as it repeatedly stole treats in a basket intended for delivery workers. Michele Boudreaux says she puts treats in a basket outside her New Jersey home for delivery workers each year during the holiday season.
Capt. Mike Cobb of the Richland Police Department releases preliminary details about a domestic assault that sent a woman to the hospital with severe injuries to her face and abdomen. Police are looking for Edgar Solano, who allegedly threatened to kill his girlfriend and himself in the 1000 block of Smith Avenue. He may be armed with a knife and should be considered dangerous, police say.
A rapidly growing fire in the foothills of the Angeles National Forest destroyed 30 homes on December 5, the LA Times reported. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti declared a state of emergency and evacuation orders were in place. Aerial footage of the blaze, dubbed the Creek fire, was recorded by Michael Dubron of the Los Angeles County Fire Department.