Piano keys may be black and white, but a fresh coat of paint is attracting musicians and new life to the Uptown Shopping Center in Richland.
Author: Kierra Elfalan
Three boys are in police custody after running away from the scene of a brush fire right next to Stevens Middle School in Pasco.
Firefighters are urging you to think twice about mowing dry grass in these hot conditions following a fire near an apartment complex in Kennewick.
On Friday Trios Health officials held a press conference just one day after they announced that they will be filing for Chapter 9 bankruptcy.
Fireworks stands are officially open, but one stand is hoping to give back to those in need with its sales.
After weeks of cloak-and-dagger discussions, the Senate Republican health care bill could come up for a vote as early as Thursday.
Seattle wanted to help workers when it voted in 2014 to gradually hike its minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Domestic Violence Services of Benton and Franklin Counties is asking the public to donate air mattresses as their clients start over in their new places.
The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board responded to West Richland's concerns regarding a pot shop that is set to open near a preschool on Friday.
After five days, Walla Walla General broke its silence regarding their plans to close since their announcement on Monday.
Republicans are one step closer to fulfilling their years-long pledge to repeal and replace Obamacare.
It's the ultimate travel perk: Walking onto a plane and discovering the other seats in your aisle are empty.
A woman is in the Benton County jail for allegedly stabbing her boyfriend in the genitals.
A local energy company was honored for their commitment to veterans on Thursday.
The Richland City Council is accepting applications from citizens interested in serving on its Code Enforcement Board.
John Oliver -- and a giant squirrel -- made the king of coal seriously angry.