Kennewick students are coming together in support following rumors that the Southridge High School football coach's contract may not be renewed for next school year.
Two gas station mini marts were robbed at gunpoint in a span of 20 minutes Tuesday night.
HERMISTON - Hermiston School District learned that voters did not approve the $104 million bond measure placed on the May 16 ballot. The election results showed 42 percent in favor versus 58 percent opposed. In a press release the Superintendent…
The Pasco School District invited community members to share their input on the district's programs and facilities through an interactive poll Tuesday.
A Richland neighborhood store is now expanding, since a book and music store went out of business.
A South Carolina high school student is dead after consuming too much caffeine, causing him to have heart issues last month.
A former Selah man was sentenced to 27 months in jail for second-degree manslaughter in connection to his wife's 1997 death.
KENNEWICK, Wash. - A 14-year-old Tri-Cities boy will be locked up in a juvenile facility until he is 18 for helping tape a 73-year-old woman to a chair during a robbery of her home.
Corwin Ford Tri-Cities is hosting a last minute sprint to collecting as much peanut butter as possible to help benefit five schools in our area.
A woman in eastern Washington is raising money and awareness for a heartbreaking issue, she says not enough people talk about. She tells of a life lost and bright hope for helping others in need.
Kennewick Irrigation District officials and Columbia Basin Dive Rescue are warning you to stay away from the edge of canals.
The Kennewick School District is expanding its Community Eligibility Program, a free-lunch program that allows students to have two free meals a day, regardless of financial qualifications.
A plan is in the works for a new coffee shop on North 40th Avenue in Yakima, according to a building application submitted to Yakima's city planning division.
Kennewick Police Department swore in four cadet officers at a ceremony Monday morning. The ceremony was a historic one, as it was the first-time KPD welcomed cadet officers to its ranks.
The U.S. Department of Energy has postponed an evening public meeting on Hanford cleanup priorities scheduled for Wednesday May 17.
An Ellen Ochoa Middle School student was injured Monday after a Pasco School District bus was shot at with either a pellet or BB gun.
BURBANK, Wash. – Ice Harbor Dam's navigation lock, located at Snake River Mile 9.7 near Burbank, Washington, will be temporarily out of service on Tuesday, May 16, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., according to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials in the Walla Walla District.
She's almost 90-years-old, but making great strides to stay healthy.
Police are attempting to locate the two men who robbed a Yakima convenience store Sunday night, making off with all the cash in the register.
Young anglers are invited to a free fishing derby at McNary Lock and Dam on Saturday, May 20, from 10 a.m. to noon.
PROSSER - A two car crash sends one to the hospital. Benton County Sheriffs Office saying the driver of a BMW, Diana Wilson, was headed northbound on Bun Road and ran a stop sign hitting an SUV driven by Manuel Maldonado Reyes.
If you're looking to open a new business in the City of Richland and unsure of how to go about it, Emerging Tri-Cities and other local business owners are hoping to help you.
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - A new ward at a Spokane hospital is ready to handle patients with highly infectious diseases such as Ebola.Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center is one of 10 hospitals in the country chosen by the federal government to host "special pathogens unit" for people with Ebola or other highly infectious diseases. It could take patients from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska in the event of an outbreak.
Eight police officers from the Tri-Cities celebrate National Police Week in Washington, D.C. The week was originally proclaimed by President John F. Kennedy in 1962 as a way for police officers to come together nationwide to pay respects to those lost in the line of duty.