High School students are one step closer to prom night and shoppers felt the buzz in the air Saturday.
People living in a portion of the north-central section of Yakima will have the opportunity to help spruce up their neighborhoods on Earth Day during a one-day community cleanup event on Saturday, April 22nd. More than 300 volunteers from Yakima area churches, schools, and other organizations will also be pitching in to support the event.
Summer is coming up fast, but not as fast as the boats at this year's annual Broadmoor RV Richland Regatta Boat Race.
The Richland Players are performing a Tony Award winning rendition of Ken Kesey's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest all through May.
A Pasco wrestling coach and history teacher will be featured in the upcoming season of UFC's The Ultimate Fighter.
A bestselling children's author and 2016 Washington State Book Award finalist is coming to Prosser and Kennewick.
It was that time of year again for some Easter fun in the community.
Easter is almost here and egg hunts are popping up all around the Tri-Cities. Here are a few of the places where you can bring your kids to join in on the fun.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has fully opened all the campsites at its Big Pines recreation site within the Yakima River Canyon. The partial closure happens every winter due to reduced off-season staffing and lower visitor use.
Mr. Bunny was joined by community members for yummy donuts and a spring egg hunt Saturday.
The Washington Beer Commission announced the 35 local craft breweries participating in the Tri-Cities Craft Beer Festival on Sat. Apr. 29.
Tuesday evening a group of women; Laura Flores-Newberry, Barbara Chen and Ann Fraser presented another push for an inclusiveness resolution to the city of Richland.
Human trafficking is an issue that affects millions of victims around the world, but it often goes unnoticed. Washington State University Tri- Cities and non-profit Christian organization, Mirror Ministries, partner every year to create SOLD: The Human Trafficking Experience, an exhibit that makes trafficking personal for visitors.
Registration for the Good Health is Good Business 8 Week Wellness Challenge is now open.
The U.S. Air Force's newest fighter plane will be making an appearance at this year's HAPO Columbia Cup and Over the River Airshow in Tri-Cities.
The Arc of Tri-Cities is partnering with Edith Bishel Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired to host an Easter egg hunt on Saturday Apr. 15.
Saturday the Sacajawea State Park in Pasco was prepped for the upcoming season after community groups and volunteers worked together to clean up the park.
As the battle, over transgender rights continues throughout the country, Friday marked a day to be yourself.
This week six different agencies gathered in Kennewick to heat up the scene.
The big dance is approaching for high school students, and it's not always easy to find a dress to fit just right.
As of Wednesday there is still no decision from the Prosser School District on a controversial instructor's return.
Fire Ops Training 101 is an annual event by the International Association of Firefighters that gives the public a glimpse into the daily life of firefighters. Policy makers and public officials are taken through six real-life fire training exercises to bring awareness and understanding to fire department needs throughout the state.
The Gonzaga Bulldogs are headed to their first final four game after their wild 83-59 win over Xavier Saturday.
Refugees are working to shine light on a message of resilience Saturday to help bring about change in the community through an inspiring theater production.