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> richland police need your help tracking down two suspected shoplifters.

Here's a look at the first one.

This suspected thief attempted to walk out of fred meyer on friday afternoon.

When loss prevention confronted him, the man dropped everything and took off.

Police haven't identified the suspect.

Here's a look at the second person accused of stealing.

This time at winco on friday.

Police say this man is suspected of stealing from the store.

Officers have identified the juvenile, but haven't located him.

If you know his whereabouts or can identify the man from the fred meyer theft, call police.

> one person is recovering after a late-night shooting in pasco on friday.

Shots were fired near 15-th avenue and yakima street.

When police arrived, they found a victim with a gunshot wound.

They were sent to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Police arrested one person at the scene, but they were not connected to the shooting.

Officers are still looking for the suspected shooter.

Yakima police are investigating a shooting that sent one person to the hospital.

Officers responded to reports of shots fired on adams street and fair avenue saturday night.

When they arrived, police found a man with a gunshot wound.

He was rushed to the hospital.

His condition is unknown.

No arrests have been made and a motive hasn't been determined.

If you have any information, call yakima police or crimestoppers.

An accident involving a suspected drunk driver backed up traffic for hours sunday afternoon..

It happened on interstate-82, north of selah.

According to washington state patrol, 68-year-old thomas leonard's car left the road and rolled.

Police say leonard was driving under the influence.

He was transported to a local hospital.

His condition is unknown.

One man stole a car and led police on a high-speed chase... ending in a crash on highway 395.

On saturday afternoon - a pasco police officer confronted a man that looked like a shooting suspect.

The man - valentin gomez - jumped in a woman's car and took off while she was still inside.

Police chased gomez to highway 395 and yelm street in kennewick until he hit another driver in the intersection.

All three were sent to the hospital.

On sunday - gomez was in fair condition at trios w-s-p took over the crash investigation and pasco police plans to charge gomez.

He's expected to face several charges including kidnapping, meth possession, and felony eluding.

Two people, including a yakima officer, were sent to the hospital saturday night after a crash.

The accident happened at lincoln and 6th avenues in yakima.

A y-p-d officer was driving an unmarked car when a 65-year-old woman failed to yield.

Police say she ran into the y-p-d car at an unknown rate of speed.

Both were sent to the hospital and later released.

The accident is currently under investigation.

3 hundreds of federal workers lined up at a pop-up food bank this weekend, after the first friday of not getting a paycheck.

And as the shutdown drags on..

Concerns are growing over everything from food safety to airport security.

Janai norman has the latest 24 days and counting..

And no end in sight.the effects of the government shutdown in history are emerge.cher muzyk we're going to have to have to use credit cards.

I mean, i really don't want to be in that situation.

We earn our paycheck, care of our kids.

That's all that we want to do."

A department of transportation worker tweeted pay stub..

Showing for 80 hours of work.

This weekend, hundreds of federal employees pop-up food bank in rockville the capital area r it distributed more than 30-of fresh produce.

Airport officials were forced to the houston and miami airports... as s-a workers call out sick---more year's rate.

ánortherná border..

Air traffic canada are showing their american counterparts..

By several airport control centers.and after skipping some food safety week..

The fda will bring back some but the agency's calls the funding the most significant challenges in fda's recent history".meanwhile, president trump is declare a national emergency, congress to fund the southern sotsen.

Lindsey carolina "a lot of presidents have after 9/11 we did, and they've taken money and national emergency.not being flexible and that declaring emergency is an overreach of sotdick durbin on this "if this president is going to turn to national emergencies every time he disagrees with congress, i'm against it.

Branches of government are bound by the same constitution."a new abc news/washington post poll finds most americans trump and 3 3 border wall.support the shows 42 percent but that same poll the shutdown.

Republicans for trump and blame president most americans post poll finds news/washington post poll finds most americans blame president trump and republicans for the shutdown.

But that same poll shows 42 percent support the border wall.

3 3 3 > many of us rang in the new year surrounded by friends and family.

But for this little boy, he did it celebrating a huge milestone.

("...music") that is solomon.

He finished cancer treatment at the beginning of this month at seattle children's hospital.

To celebrate, he busted out some michael jackson dance




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