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.

Articles

Multiple people dead after possible hostage situation in Salem, Oregon

National Coffee Day 2020: Where you can get some discounted brew

Walla Walla Public Schools to discuss partial reopening in Tuesday board meeting

No one injured in rollover crash in front of Dutch Bros in Pasco

Suspect arrested in Kennewick motorcycle crash that left one in critical condition

A kitten that looks like Baby Yoda was rescued from a California wildfire

Kennewick police investigating after report of shots fired

WSU Tri-Cities launches pop-up study spaces in Prosser and Pasco

Pasco’s Country Mercantile is still holding its annual Harvest Festival

Benton-Franklin Recovery Coalition holding webinar to highlight lack of local treatment facilities

POPP plans to transform dental office into spay and neuter clinic

Wind, smoke may affect Washington's apple crop this year

Organizer needs community help to put on Tri-Cities halloween light show

A weight lifted: Tri-Cities Gold's Gyms will reopen on Friday

Domestic Violence Services of Benton and Franklin Counties still holding golf tournament fundraiser

World Suicide Prevention Day: Resources are available in Yakima, Tri-Cities

Local school districts adapt for families affected by wildfires

Gesa Credit Union helps 2nd Harvest kick off Hunger Action Month campaign

Kennewick's Walk to End Alzheimer's goes partially virtual, will take place on Oct. 11

Mid-Columbia Libraries and Franklin PUD expand free internet access

Fort Walla Walla Museum is now open to the public

Tri-Cities organizations partner to spread hope and encouragement during COVID-19

Tri-Cities denturists say prisoners get better coverage than those on Medicaid

FDA authorizes convalescent plasma for treating COVID-19 patients

Richland private school is opening classrooms this fall

Donate blood on Friday and get a fair 'swag bag'

Tri-City Court Club reopens as The Pacific Clinic

New cocktail bar opening soon at The Parkway in Richland

New report details plan for partially reopening Washington classrooms if COVID-19 cases decrease

WA State Broadband Office wants your help mapping statewide internet access

U.S. Secretary of Energy in Tri-Cities to visit Hanford site, PNNL

COVID-19 Farmworker Study now underway in Washington state

Women & children's shelter director publishes book to encourage those who are struggling

Pop-up European-style bakery in Kennewick adjusts to pandemic

Trios Health restarts occupational, physical, and speech therapy services

Local gyms adapt to newest guidelines released by Gov. Inslee

Finley School District to start school year remotely

OSU study: 17% of Hermiston residents estimated to have had COVID-19 last weekend

Temporary Benton County Voting Center open at old Chuck E. Cheese in Richland

Help a local family 'feel the love' during the COVID-19 pandemic