A leader in the autism community is adding a new title to his resume as an international ambassador.
Author: Galen Ettlin
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.
Washington is helping expand a push against drug companies for allegedly inflating prices, in some cases by a thousand percent.
Dozens of Benton County residents are continuing their push to rid the county of marijuana grows and dispensaries.
A small town in eastern Oregon is in the national spotlight for comments made by one its city council members.
Advocates, celebrities and companies around the country are donning purple for Spirit Day, in solidarity with victims of bullying.
About a thousand families in need have food on the table from a day of giving.
Franklin County sheriff Jim Raymond says a multi-agency seizure of 41,000 pounds of illegally grown marijuana in August and September was just the tip of the iceberg.
Washington State University Tri-Cities is continuing its second year of raising the LGBTQ pride flag over campus.
Monday marks the 16th anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks. However, in Kennewick, a monument honors the victims every day.
As wildfires rage across the Pacific Northwest, and regional air quality toes the line between 'unhealthy' and 'very unhealthy,' local hardware stores are seeing a boost in sales for respiratory masks.
Michael Reagan is in the Tri-Cities to help raise money for programs fighting local sex trafficking.
The third issue of a new local lifestyle magazine is about to hit the shelves next month, the brainchild of a former Kennewick Police Officer.
A contested spirit rock in front of a local high school now has a new home.