Entertainment

Disneyland to reopen by late April

Disneyland is expected to open by "late April," Disney CEO Bob Chapek said Tuesday. The announcement follows an update from the state of California on Friday allowing amusement parks to reopen with capacity limits starting on April 1. Chapek made…

Tri-City Americans 2021 season schedule announced

TRI-CITIES, Wash. — The Western Hockey League (WHL) announced its 2021 regular season schedule for the U.S. Division, confirming that the Tri-City Americans will open the season on March 18 when they host the Portland Winterhawks. In addition to confirming…

Seattle Seahawks OL Mike Iupati retires from NFL

SEATTLE, Wash. — After 11 NFL seasons and 140 regular-season games, Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman Mike Iupati is retiring from professional football. A four-time Pro Bowler, Iupati announced his retirement in an interview with Peter Harriman of The Spokesman-Review. Iupati…

Local movie theaters reopening Friday

KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Two movie theaters in the Tri-Cities reopened today, another is set to reopen next Friday, and more are getting ready to reopen very soon. Fairchild Cinemas - Southgate in Kennewick and Fairchild Cinemas - Queensgate in Richland…

Kim Kardashian files to divorce Kanye West

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kim Kardashian West filed for divorce Friday from Kanye West after 6 1/2 years of marriage. Sources familiar with the filing but not authorized to speak publicly confirmed that Kardashian filed for divorce in Los…

Demi Lovato reveals she has brain damage from 2018 overdose

Demi Lovato says her drug overdose in 2018 resulted in three strokes and a heart attack, leaving her with physical limitations that still affect her. Lovato reveals publicly for the first time details about the near-fatal incident in “Demi Lovato: Dancing With the Devil,” a four-part docuseries debuting March 23 on YouTube Originals. In the trailer, Lovato says doctors told her family she had five to 10 minutes to live. Lovato says she doesn't drive anymore because her vision has blind spots. She also couldn't read for two months after the overdose because of blurry vision.

Luke Combs apologizes for Confederate flag imagery

Country star Luke Combs has apologized for appearing with Confederate flags in the past, saying he is now aware of how painful it is. Combs had a conversation with singer Maren Morris during a radio broadcasters conference on Wednesday in which they addressed the flag and the genre's reckoning with racism. “There’s no excuse for those images,” said Combs, a 30-year-old North Carolina singer-songwriter who has had two multiplatinum albums and several hit country songs. The discussion came weeks after country star Morgan Wallen was suspended from his label and removed from radio stations after being caught using a racial slur.