Richland community members are unveiling city council candidate Lloyd Becker's past tweets about Jewish people, Muslims and the LGBTQ community.
Author: Amanda Quintana
William George Nicol, 80, turned himself in on Oct. 4 in Imperial County, California.
On Monday Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson addressed a group of Washington State University Tri-Cities students, staff and Tri-Cities community members.
Local DACA students spent Wednesday and Thursday in Washington D.C. sharing their stories with members of Congress.
The Department of Labor & Industries is responsible for the safety of Washington state's 2.5 million workers. The program acts as one of the largest insurance companies in the country and they have almost 50 investigators protecting them from fraud.
A Pasco man who exchanged gun shots with three police officers is now facing attempted murder charges for each officer.
A new Pit Bull rescue is combining your love of wine and dogs by putting pictures of adoptable dogs on local wine bottles.
Suzanne Timms and her 17 year old daughter Alexia Ziegler are using their experience with suicide to spread awareness to millions of Netflix viewers through the popular show 13 Reason Why.
The Equifax data breach is one of the largest ever recorded. It exposed personal data of up to 143 million people.
Three dogs were found abandoned in Franklin County on Aug. 30. They are now recovering and looking for a new home.
Renowned scientists from across the world are in Richland discussing the future of super computers
Whitman College Language Learning Center Manager Devon Wootten is asking for an apology from Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers after she blocked him from her Facebook page and the Capitol Police told Wootten's employer he "may be suffering from an unknown mental illness."
Tuesday morning the Trump Administration announced the end of DACA. The program protects undocumented immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children from deportation and gives them the ability to work.
Tuesday morning Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the Obama-era program will be phased out over the next six months, giving Congress time to come up with a plan to replace it.
Amistad Elementary third grade teacher Rachel Uretsky said she knew she wanted to be a teacher since age 16 because and has always wanted to make a difference for Tri-Cities youth.
The Richland Police Department is facing some backlash on Facebook after a post about a child left in a hot car caught a lot of attention.
Popular food truck Fresh Out the Box is out of their truck and in a brand new restaurant as of Wednesday.
WSU Master Gardeners are building more gardens for low-income community members. There are already more than 40 gardens in Benton and Franklin Counties created by the group.
The Tri-Cities Cancer Center wants to turn the town teal to raise awareness for ovarian cancer. They kick off a month of events and education by lighting the Cable Bridge teal on Thursday night, August 31.
A Walla Walla family's journey to save their daughter from a rare brain cancer has ended. Julianna Sayler, 8, passed away in Mexico on Friday, Aug. 18.
Some Richland residents want to see signs honoring General Robert E. Lee taken down. The plaques sit on the intersections of Lee Boulevard with Thayer Drive and Wright Avenue.
Secretary of Energy Rick Perry visited the McNary Dam in Umatilla for the first time Monday night.
Washington State University students James Allsup is facing backlash after he was identified in pictures at the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia on August 12.