Neil Fischer

Multi Media Journalist

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“I’m excited to start my career in this community and I’m looking forward to meeting more great people throughout the region.”
Neil joined KAPP/KVEW in March of 2020. He’s an MMJ for the evening newscasts. Neil is a graduate of Lindenwood University where he studied communications and played baseball.

Articles

Sunday: COVID-19 cases continue to rise in the Tri-Cities area, 841 cases

Pasco police search for Arson suspect

Saturday: There are 821 coronavirus cases in the Tri-Cities

CBC cancels in-person graduation, continues online learning through summer and fall

Employees at the Tyson Fresh Meats plant in Wallula tested for the coronavirus

Wallula Tyson Fresh Meats plant scheduled to close Friday, Walla Walla officials confirm

Celebrate Earth Day from the comfort of your own home

Suspect in custody in connection with the homicide at the Days Inn

Protesters gather in Richland to rally against the governor's stay home order

Sunday: Benton County has more than 400 COVID-19 cases

Motorhome catches fire just after owner filled it with fuel and propane

Saturday: BFHD reports 34 new COVID-19 cases, no new deaths

Hundreds gather at Columbia Point Marina to protest the state's ban on fishing

The well-known asparagus & pepper jack cheese tamale is back

Second Harvest receives $300,000 grant to help distribute food

Community showed strong support at the asparagus festival

Baseball celebrates the legacy of Jackie Robinson

Sunday: Benton Franklin reports 14 new COVID-19 cases in the Tri-Cities area

Washington surpasses 10,000 confirmed coronavirus cases

Kennewick Police search for man involved in arson

464 COVID-19 cases in the Tri-Cities

Kennewick brand strategist offers free consultation session for businesses

Sunnyside Darigold implemented plan to keep workers safe during crisis

Washington AG launches campaign to report price gouging

Weight Loss/Life Coach; How to keep the right mindset during this difficult time

Dr. Adams teaches how to make a face cover in 45 seconds

Man shoots estranged girlfriend in the back in Walla Walla

19 new COVID-19 cases in Benton County, two in Franklin County

Tips to grow your small business using social media app Instagram

Tsunami Catering provides Tri-Cities Cancer Center with trays of lasagna

Tri-Cities small business stitches together a solution to help against COVID-19

Small brush fires sparked by train going through Richland

New U Women's Clinic offers free feminine hygiene kits to women in need

Richland School Board names Mark Davidson as the next superintendent

COVID-19 claims 13th death in Oregon

Oregon gas stations are now offering self-service

Armed robbery suspect disarmed by Yakimex store employees

Construction workers question Inslee's new order

Union Gospel Mission continues serving homeless community, provides 'quarantine rooms'

Hundreds line up to receive emergency food boxes from Second Harvest