Following the national walkouts by students on March 14 protesting gun violence, thousands plan to march again on Saturday with their families and supporters.
Author: Galen Ettlin
KAPP-KVEW has tracked at least 14 separate school threats and incidents since January spanning Yakima and Benton Counties.
A Portland-based nonprofit is coming to eastern Oregon to raise awareness of transgender topics. Basic Rights Oregon 's mission is to ensure all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer Oregonians experience equality. An LGBTQ advocacy group, @BasicRights Oregon, is coming…
A bill that would change the Washington law regarding wrongful death and injury lawsuits is moving ahead, and a Richland family is hoping the momentum continues.
'From me to we' is the slogan of a new professional dating service piloted by Christie Oar of Richland.
Police say no one was hurt from a potential bomb threat aboard a Prosser School District bus Friday.
A group of parents and community members who call themselves the 'Love Army' are doubling efforts to support local students following the deadly Florida school shooting.
A report from the state Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) from May 2017 resurfaced this week, revealing work by a school speaker, Brad Henning, does not follow state law for public schools.
Central Washington University is in the throng of demolition at its Chimpanzee and Human Communication Institute building.
A Richland family who says their relative died due to negligence at a Tri-Cities area hospital is fighting to change Washington law.
An eastern Washington family is joining others from around the state to change laws surrounding wrongful death and injury.
A month after a KAPP-KVEW investigation revealed councilman Lou Nakapalau's child porn conviction from 2000, the councilman is resigning.
A KAPP-KVEW investigation reveals a sitting city councilman and volunteer with local kids programs was convicted of possessing child pornography 17 years ago.
A leader in the autism community is adding a new title to his resume as an international ambassador.
Two groups that have demonstrated since October on opposite ends of social issues finally met in person for the first time on Wednesday.
Demonstrators who passed out controversial flyers in front of local schools are now working to clarify their message.
November 20 is International Transgender Day of Remembrance.
Culinary students from across the Tri-Cities are sharpening their knives and their skills to raise money to support education.
The pregnancy clinic, You Medical, is raising money to invest in a mobile clinic that will travel eastern Washington.
The Jonathan M. Wainwright Memorial VA Medical Center will host a meeting Monday to discuss the welfare and treatment of LGBT veterans.
A man is booked into the Benton County jail for involvement in a drive-by shooting early Friday morning.