Ten percent of all sales will be donated to the Boys & Girls Club during Community Day at Buffalo Wild Wings in Kennewick Wednesday
It was that time of year again for some Easter fun in the community.
The students ages 12-14 have qualified for the Destination Imagination global competition in Knoxville, Tennessee where they will compete against teams from 18 other countries.
A local Catholic school is making a move to help better serve the Yakima community.
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.
Habitat for Humanity and Dutch Brothers Coffee are teaming up to give away a great home in Kennewick to a deserving army veteran.
On Friday, a car prowler stole a diaper bag from Logan William's parked car in the Fred Meyer parking lot.
Mr. Bunny was joined by community members for yummy donuts and a spring egg hunt Saturday.
Syrians are speaking out about the response from the U.S. following the use of chemical weapons earlier this week by Syrian leader, Bashar Al-Assad.
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.
A parent’s unique approach to divorce has gone viral.
Debt collectors are coming ... for your years-overdue unpaid federal taxes.
One in 10 pregnant women with confirmed Zika infection had a fetus or baby with Zika-related complications in 2016.
Trying to juggle kids' schedules and work can be hectic. Get tips on how to focus here.
When Sophia picked out a doll as a reward, a cashier challenged her choice. Now the 2-year-old's response has gone viral.������
A historic hotel might soon be a new veterans restorative care center for veterans across the nation.
The very first Three Rivers Convention Center Pet Expo took place Saturday in Kennewick.
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.
The homeless ministry organization in Pasco was shut down by city officials in October and it's now hoping to return.
As of Wednesday there is still no decision from the Prosser School District on a controversial instructor's return.
Andrew Hendrickson and his wife, Valerie, have been married for almost ten years. Four of those years have been spent in law enforcement.
Old Man Winter seems to have no use for calendars!
The vision of a new performing arts center in Kennewick is one step closer to becoming a reality Tuesday.
Those in need of a healthy balanced meal are receiving support Saturday.