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Police seize 500+ stolen catalytic converters from 2 Tri-Cities businesses

An investigation by the Interagency Narcotics Investigation Team that began in Grant County led to the recovery of more than 500 catalytic converters in Kennewick, according to a social media post from the Grant County Sheriff’s Office.

Warrants had been served at a Moses Lake home and the Dos Tesoros Smoke Shop on Stratford Road in Moses Lake, which then led investigators to look into the Kennewick businesses on Wednesday - PDX Scrap Metal and C.E.M. Catalytic Converter.

They were able to recover 533 catalytic converters, raw materials from the cores of the catalytic converters and equipment used to extract the precious materials from inside catalytic converters.


One of Americans best Prog-Metal band

Mastodon - Gobblers of Dregs


World's 1st carbon-free fertilizer plant to be built in Richland, WA.

Atlas Agro is determined to remove carbon from the world’s agriculture systems and Richland is where it is going to start.

Atlas Agro said it will disrupt the fertilizer industry by producing nitrogen products with zero carbon emissions. The Richland plant will be the first of its kind in the world and will support 1,000 local jobs. It is expected to begin operating in 2027.

The Pacific Green Fertilizer Plant will convert nitrogen from the air into fertilizers to feed plants. Products will ship product to farmers and customers by electric vehicles as part of Atlas’s commitment to decarbonize the food supply chain, according to Dan Holmes, Atlas Agro’s executive director for North America


Washington State makes history by winning Pac-12 championship as No. 7 seed

LAS VEGAS -- The Washington Cougars won the 2023 Pac-12 women's basketball tournament with a 65-61 victory over UCLA on Sunday. The victory was big for the Cougars, but also big for the conference.

It was a tough battle with five ties and 13 lead changes, but the Cougars toughed it out to make history. This marked the first conference championship for Washington State basketball, men's or women's. It was also the school's first Pac-12 championship in any women's sport.


US speed skating prodigy Jordan Stolz becomes youngest ever world champion

Jordan Stolz, the 18-year-old from rural Wisconsin who has been hailed as America’s next speed skating star, continued his meteoric rise on Friday by winning the men’s 500m to become the youngest gold medalist in the history of the world single distance championship.

The budding American talent completed the all-out sprint for one and a quarter laps of the oval in a time of 37.10sec, winning by a yawning margin of 0.36sec over the defending world champion, Canada’s Laurent Dubreuil, at the famed Thialf ice arena in Heerenveen.


In Flames - Pure Light Of Mind


Paul Gilbert has recorded Dio cover songs

For album will be released in April. Listened to Heaven and Hell song and it sounds great.

Pierce The Veil - Pass The Nirvana (Official Music Video)


Man faces assault, hate crime charges for Amtrak attack in Franklin County(WA)

FRANKLIN COUNTY, Wash. — A 41-year-old man from Burien is being charged with second-degree assault and hate crimes following a disturbance on an Amtrak train February 16, according to probable cause documents from the Franklin County Court. The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office sent deputies to the Sagemoor Road and Highway 395 intersection after the Amtrak stopped nearby, reporting a drunk man was on board threatening passengers with a knife.

Deputies asked the train passengers and crew about the incident, according to court documents. The conductor told FCSO what an employee had told him, that a white man in overalls and a cowboy hat was using racial slurs toward Black passengers while holding a knife. They then spoke with one of the victims in the next train car, who informed deputies that the suspect, later identified as 41-year-old Wesley Young, was downstairs in the back bathroom.

While deputies received statements from the three men, other law enforcement officers were trying to get into the bathroom where Young was located. Court documents say he yelled continuously at officers while inside, using racial slurs and explicit exclamations. As time went on, he got more agitated, even hitting the door. Young was barricaded until SWAT arrived, prompting him to open the door. He was then arrested “without incident.”

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