A Tri-Cities based business, Western Restaurant Supply & Design, is making a name for themselves by helping design and build food trucks for local entrepreneurs. Their this week's focus of…
Kia Ora Fitness owners Lisa and Karl Christensen have a difference approach to working out and staying healthy. As many people set out to better themselves in 2020, the couple has designed their business to fit almost anyone's lifestyle. "If…
Yakima firefighters made the day of an 11-year-old boy on Saturday by surprising him at his birthday party — and the fun was caught on camera by the boy's father.
The days leading up to Thanksgiving can be a bit chaotic.
The McNary Dam heavily impacts the region. KAPP-KVEW's Monica Hernandez explains.
It's no secret that the Yakima valley produces a very large number of hops. Roughly 75% of the nation's hops are grown, harvested, shipped, and in some cases, brewed here in the Pacific Northwest.
Decorated combat veteran Rob O'Neill recounted what it was like to be part of the team that shot and killed Osama bin Laden. He shared his story on the 18th anniversary of 9/11 at a packed town hall event at Capitol Theatre.
Yakima-based hops supplier John I. Haas announced its investment in Yakima Valley Hops today — a move that will help both local businesses expand and innovate.
She thought she was going to lose everything.
A local 15-year-old business owner is leaving his print on the slime industry.
What started as a spot on his back in February has spread to his bones. Melanoma has staked its claim on Larry's skeletal system, cracking his ribs and hip, making the hard work that comes with harvest nearly impossible -- until his town rallied together to make sure the cancer didn't claim his land, too.
It's a story that sounds like it's straight out of HGTV: a couple finds a run-down house, buys the lot for cheap, fixes it up, then passes it along to another family. That's exactly what happened this year in North Spokane, but to say Kathy and Phil Hale had their work cut out for them is an understatement.
The Auction of Washington Wines presented a $15,000 check to Walla Walla Community College's Institute for Enology and Viticulture on Thursday. The grant will support WWCC's "Human Capital" fund, allowing students to earn an income while they gain real world experience that is credited toward obtaining their degrees.
More than 110,000 people in Washington live with Alzheimer's disease. Behind those with the diagnosis comes the family members who take care of them.
The Tri-Cities' very first Thai restaurant turns 35 this month.
If you drive through the city of Pendleton some major landmarks may stick out - the Wildhorse Resort & Casino or the bronze statue in front of the Pendleton Round-Up arena.However, a major part of the city's character and culture…
It's the Greatest Show in the West and it wouldn't be possible without a special group of volunteers: the Main Street Cowboys.The group was formed back in 1950 to help visitors find their way around Pendleton during Round-Up. Members wore…
Those who lived and worked in Hermiston in the 40s and 50s may remember grabbing a drink at the old Union Club on Main Street. The building's new owner plans to make it a downtown hot spot once again. The…
Shari's Cafe and Pies is the largest family-style chain in the region with nearly 100 locations across the Northwest but did you know Hermiston is home to the original?
Midway Bar and Grill in Hermiston first opened its doors to the community over 70 years ago. Now, the business has the pleasure of serving several generations of families.Midway originally got its name because it was halfway between downtown Hermiston…
If you live in Hermiston or have spent much time in downtown, you've probably enjoyed something that Mitch Myers made happen.Myers is a local business owner and developer, and he's a life-long, born-and-raised resident of Hermiston."There's six generations of my…
Three area residents go skydiving to celebrate 81-year-old's birthday.
A woman is celebrating her 81st birthday in an exciting yet humble way.
If you ever visit the Walla Walla Valley make sure to stop by Borleske Stadium.