Carissa Lehmkuhl

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Carissa Lehmkuhl is a born-and-raised Southern California girl, excited to experience the PNW. She was born in San Diego, and attended Biola University in Los Angeles, majoring in broadcast journalism and minoring in Spanish.

After graduation in 2014, she got a job as a part-time writer at KUSI in San Diego, where she worked her way up to a full-time producer position. Now with a couple years of producing under her belt, she’s excited to get out of the studio and try her hand at reporting.

In her free time, you can probably find her playing beach volleyball, running, playing piano, surfing, reading, or on a road trip.

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Pasco School District holding virtual town halls this week to discuss plans for fall semester

Tri-Cities emergency management offices receive free masks to distribute to low-income Washingtonians

WSU Tri-Cities will welcome students back to campus this fall with new guidelines in place

As Benton, Franklin Counties remain at a reopening standstill, some businesses are taking the risk

Kiwanis Club provides summer learning supplies to Jefferson Elementary students

Tri-Cities added to website offering email templates asking city leaders to reallocate police budgets

Committee, fair board working on plan to hold 4-H sales despite Benton-Franklin Fair & Rodeo cancellation

Chamber of Commerce, Tri-Cities community forms coalition to advocate for caregivers

Richland School District works to meet deadline for Fall 2020 plan as new superintendent withdraws

Tri-Cities leaders, experts help businesses know how to reopen safely

16 employees test positive for COVID-19 at Gourmet Trading Co. in Pasco

Iconic Richland music festival goes ‘virtual’ due to pandemic

West Richland man running 100 miles to raise donations for Second Harvest

YMCA of the Greater Tri-Cities receives $10,000 grant from Pasco-Kennewick Rotary Club

Kennewick company makes customized sign displays for 'socially distant' celebrations

Man missing from Kent could be in Kittitas County

Ben Franklin Transit, Second Harvest to hold more food distributions for transit riders next week

Netflix to start cancelling inactive members' subscriptions

Larsen Farms in Pasco sells purple asparagus curbside to raise money for Alzheimer’s Association

USDA to provide $1 billion in loan guarantees for rural businesses and ag producers

Overnight showers flood roads in Umatilla, Walla Walla counties

Ben Franklin Transit partners with Second Harvest to provide food for transit riders

Dentists, doctors offices in Washington can reopen for non-emergency medical procedures

Washington hospitals: Don’t delay non-coronavirus medical care due to COVID-19

COVID-19 mobile testing unit now available to Tri-Cities community

Kennewick-based energy drink startup could win $50,000 grant with your help

Red Mountain Kitchen teams up with local chefs to cook meals for nursing home staff

Team of 32 contact tracers at Benton-Franklin Health District working to track spread of coronavirus

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Tri-Cities Helping Heroes gets food, resources into the hands of military members

Walla Walla will soon be able to conduct rapid testing for coronavirus thanks to community

Teachers surprise Pasco High seniors picking up caps and gowns

Tri-Cities Food Bank adjusts to ‘new normal’

Richland golf course preps to reopen on Tuesday

Volunteers helping volunteers: Tri-Cities community launches website featuring local nonprofits

Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation launches fund to support 'healthcare heroes'

Columbia Basin College and STCU partner to raise emergency funds for students during COVID-19

Tri-Cities: Celebrate your 2020 graduate with a custom yard sign

From wine to vodka to sanitizer: Local family-owned winery, distillery shifts focus during coronavirus

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