Skip to main content
Global Edition
Thursday, August 11, 2022

Morning Sprint 10-22-19

Credit: KVEW
Duration: 0 shares 1 views

Morning Sprint 10-22-19
Morning Sprint 10-22-19
Morning Sprint 10-22-19

Work hard for all canadians.

At (time) it's time now for our (day) morning sprint here on good morning northwest... we will check in with chief meteorologist kristin walls in just a minute but first heres a look at todays top stories.

A submerged vehicle recovered from the columbia river is linked to a person reported missing 26 years ago.

On october 17th, a couple was scuba diving in the columbia river at the hat rock state park boat launch in umatilla county reported that they discovered a submerged ford ranger pickup with washington license plates.

Officers found that the pick up was associated with maynard koen who has been missing since august of 1993.

Richland police arrested a domestic violence suspect last nightafter an hour-long standoff on adams street near winco foods.

Police say 39 year-old christopher curtis is accused of assaulting his father.

The victim had minor injuries to the face.

Officers responded to the scene around 7 p.m.

And surrounded his home before calling him out on a loudspeaker.

He was taken into custody over an hour later.

A hotel under construction in downtown ellensburg was vandalized.

Now the owners are offering 12- thousand dollars to find the person responsible.

Owners say at least one vandal broke in by smashing a first floor window on the north side of the building, then climbed to the third floor and opened a sprinkler valve.

Hotel windrow is currently being built on north main street and west fifth avenue, and is suppose to open later this fall.

The pendleton woman who was shot by officers after leading them on a high-speed chase in a stolen car faces up to 70-years in prison.

38-year-old amanda warren was arersted for a string of felony crimes she committed through walla walla county over the summer---including breaking into an 88-year-old man's home and tricking him into thinking she was there to clean before attacking him.

Her sentencing hearing is scheduled for november 12th.

> saint mary's hospital in walla walla was on lockdown after a suspicious item was found in the parking lot.

Walla walla police shut down several roads and the hospital was put on lockdown.

The item was described as a brown cylinder, similar to the inside of a paper towel roll with the word "boom" written on it.

About three hours later, the "all clear" was given and the item was not a threat or hazard.

Police say a pasco man tried to take pictures of a boy in the bathroom at lowe's on road-68.

34-year-old keith robert petersen was reportedly in a bathroom stall when he reached his hand around the stall as the boy was using the urinal.

A witness noticed the phone and told lowe's staff.

The staff detained the man until police arrived and are investigating whether there were more victims. the city of pasco wants your feedback regarding plans for a possible aquatics center.

Pasco has floated the idea of building one near the broadmoor/road 100 area for years.

And a bill signed by governor inslee in may allows the pasco public facilities district to propose a sales tax increase to voters that would help fund a water park.... the city is holding an open house in the pasco police community services building community room today from 6 to 8 p.m.

("the kids really enjoy having that extra ttention that one on one time with an adult...and the volunteers have mentioned that they've really enjoyed getting to connect with the kids.") a local ameri-corps branch is in need of volunteers for its tutoring program.

Project literacy -- a program of serve tri-cities -- matches up tutors with elementary school kids in pasco.

You can call or email project literacy if you'd like to apply to volunteer.

(toss to kristin) from the legends skycam network, here's a look from toppenish.

A windy start to the day with wind gusts at time between 20 to 30 mph.

A few showers out the door turning drier by afternoon with sunshine returning.

Temps in the 40s with afternoon temps in the 60s and low 70s.

Futurecast shows the wet weather moving out with sunshine returning today through the end of the week.

A rollercoaster ride with the low 70s today, back down into the 60s through friday with even 50s this weekend.

On the 7day look for sunshine to return this weekend into early next week.

3 thanks for thanks for 3 waking up with us thanks for 3 thanks for waking up with us thanks for thanks for waking up with us and watching good morning northwest.

Good morning

You might like

Related news coverage


More coverage