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

Tri-City school districts honor Pasco school bus driver Richard Lenhart

Toppenish shooting upgraded to homicide after teenage girl dies

Franklin PUD works to restore power in Connell

Bennington Lake in Walla Walla closed after discovery of toxic algae

Man hospitalized after speeding, rolling vehicle several times in Kittitas County

Co-workers 'likely saved her life' after woman rolled truck into tall brush

18-year-old shot, killed in targeted attack in Kennewick

One dead in rollover crash near Steamboat Rock State Park

Two West Richland residents, 23, injured in rollover hit-and-run on I-182

Pasco Police Department adds de-escalation tool

'It's time to bring this fight to an end': AG Ferguson backs Hanford workers

Tri-City Dust Devils host final home stand of the season

One dog dies, two recovered from potentially toxic algae in Columbia River

127 patients with COVID-19 at hospitals in the Tri-Cities

Bicyclist injured in Kennewick after violating traffic laws, according to WSP

Man shot 3 times in Toppenish, transported to Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital

Man killed in fatal Kittitas County crash on I-82

1 killed, 3 injured in Pasco crash

Two men injured after collision in Franklin County, DUI suspected

Woman transported to hospital after hit-and-run in Kennewick apartment complex

Schneider Springs Fire scorched more than 84,500 acres in one month, 10% contained

Kennewick man transported to hospital after crash in Franklin County, DUI suspected

3 killed Tuesday night in Yakima crash

UPDATE: Level 3 evacuations downgraded for residents near Monument Hill Fire in Grant County

Schneider Springs Fire 8% contained, over 82,000 acres burned in Yakima County

Adult male killed in Benton County house fire Monday morning

Benton County home a complete loss after early morning fire

Containment improves on Schneider Springs Fire in Yakima County, 73,403 acres burned

TBEX North America conference in the Tri-Cities postponed until April 2022

Back To School: Pasco School District prepares to transport students to school

Man killed by gunfire at the Valley Mall in Union Gap

UPDATE: Two teens damaged 31 car windows with a BB gun in West Richland, police say

UPDATE: Truck, trailer towed after blocking lanes of eastbound I-82

Bear spotted in Walla Walla tree, officials say testing out the grapes

Pasco home struck several times by gunfire, no injuries reported

Schneider Springs Fire has scorched more than 56,000 acres in Yakima County

Schneider Springs Fire in Yakima County now over 30,000 acres