Nicholas May loves to cook. Currently a senior at Rivers Edge High School in Richland, May dreams of joining the Navy and working as a chef while in the service. May and his classmates got to learn about potential careers Thursday morning as Rivers Edge hosted its 2nd annual Launch Day.
The Kennewick School District announced Thursday afternoon presenter Brad Henning had withdrawn from speaking at a Saturday, April 15 snow make-up day.
Officials work to eliminate the use of drugs and promote healthier studying outlets during finals week.
A concerned passerby leads authorities to a wanted man with three warrants for his arrest.
Jacob Mayier with Westside Carpet Cleaning has been all around town since flooding hit the Yakima area, and after a busy week of floods he is finally getting to non-emergency work.
A marine life expert is coming to Mid-Columbia Libraries' Kennewick branch to speak about Orca behavior.
Yakima Police are seeking the public's help to find a 76-year-old man that went missing last month.
The Kennewick School District board voted 3 to 2 Wednesday evening to keep Brad Henning as an optional speaker for Kennewick senior students.
Closing arguments for the retrial of Richard Aguirre, the Pasco police officer accused of raping his adult niece will begin Thursday afternoon.
The retrial for former Pasco police officer Richard Aguirre, accused of raping his niece, continued on Wednesday in Franklin County.
Even while drying out, Lakeside Dentistry in Yakima is back open after a week of flooding
Car tab fees aren't going up anytime soon in Yakima.
The Yakima city council released a public draft of the ‘inclusive public safety ordinance’ that they agreed to explore at a previous meeting.
The murder trial of Barry Beckford continued Wednesday with a testimony from a Yakima County Sheriff’s detective who was with the defendant at the spot his wife was killed.
Richland will extend its two-year contract with Benton County to continue using its jail.
The Army Corps of Engineers is warning water recreation enthusiasts to watch out for an increase in woody debris floating down the lower Columbia River.
A group plans to rally at a Kennewick School District board meeting against a presenter invited to speak to seniors.
Yakima authorities confirm the identity of a body discovered on the Fred G. Redmon Bridge in July.
A 25-year old Pasco man is wanted by police and Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers for failing to appear in court.
Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson is traveling Eastern Washington this week to speak with local communities. On Tuesday, Ferguson presented to Pasco city officials and the Tri-Cities…
Doctor Stephen Smith with Northwest Integrative Medicine predicts this spring season will bring more problems for allergy sufferers than what is typical. He said the moisture in the ground this season will cause pollen producing plants to grow faster, which means more allergens in the air.
Yakima city crews and Transform Yakima Together members working together to have homeless camp ready
The new homeless encampment in Yakima will open tomorrow and city workers and members of Transform Yakima Together have been working to have the camp ready.
Multiple house fires have displaced three different families in the last couple days in terrace heights - east of Yakima.
Governor Jay Inslee has declared a state of emergency for twenty eastern Washington counties including Yakima County.