Yakima Crime Stoppers want to find a man accused of first-degree robbery and threatening to kill someone.
The Kennewick Irrigation District is trying to prevent another disaster like the canal break damaging and even destroying some homes near 12th Avenue and Columbia Center Boulevard back in July.
A man charged with two counts of second-degree stolen property, theft of a firearm and illegal firearm possession is wanted by Yakima Crime Stoppers.
Murder suspect Barry Beckford was flirting with women at his wife's funeral, according to a longtime friend who testified at his trial on Wednesday.
Police and Crime Stoppers are looking a suspect who allegedly tried to rob a US Bank in Kennewick.
"Just sky rocketing lately," said Coldwell Banker real estate broker Larry Sharpe.
The Center for Disease Control reports rates of sexually transmitted diseases are on the rise nationwide, and the Tri-Cities is no exception. According to the Benton-Franklin Health District, STD rates have doubled, and some even tripled, between 2013 and 2015.
The Kennewick Public Hospital District Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to grant Craig R. Cudworth additional responsibilities as superintendent and interim chief executive officer for Trios Health. Mr. Cudworth, an employee of Quorum Health Resources, arrived February 1 to serve as chief restructuring officer and lead the organization through a major project to return the organization to financial health.
When one door closes, another may open!
The Yakima County Sheriff's Office is warning the public about a phone scam in which the person receiving the call is told a relative is in jail and needs bail money to get out.
After more than a decade of debate and public comments, the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rejected a ban on a common pesticide called chlorpyrifos.
Kennewick police are searching for a man suspected of attempted residential burglary and damaging a vehicle.
Police responded to the 800 block of W 26th Avenue around 9:40 pm Wednesday night after receiving a call that 5 to 7 men had entered a home armed with a baseball bat and a gun.
Kennewick students and community members are debating a scheduled presentation next month, some decrying its so-called controversial content.
wo half-brothers will face trial together in the shooting death of a 27-year-old man who one of them got into an altercation with at a southern Washington nightclub.The Tri-City Herald reports (http://bit.ly/2o52xgu) Simeon Howard and Nathaniel Thompson are both charged with murder. Their attorneys said Tuesday that they didn't object to the prosecution's request that the two cases be joined for trial.
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - Workers at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation have finished demolishing a facility that was the site of a famous nuclear accident during the Cold War.The U.S. Department of Energy announced Thursday that the building containing the so-called McCluskey Room had been demolished.
Three years ago, Jaclyn Midkiff, co-owner of bob hall's dealership helped pilot an idea.
Sparks are flying at Tri-Tech skills center this week as students compete in the annual "Welding Wars."
As of Wednesday there is still no decision from the Prosser School District on a controversial instructor's return.
Kennewick native, Bryant Scott, always wanted to be a Marine. The career nearly ended his life, however, when he collapsed during a training exercise at Camp Pendleton in San Diego, California.
St. Paul Cathedral school in Yakima may soon be moving locations.
Sen. Sharon Brown, R-Kennewick, said today she is pleased that her work to get significant funding for local colleges, historical projects and other key community improvements paid off with more than $40 million in funding for 8th District projects included in the Senate’s proposed capital budget.
Comedian Susan Rice will be performing at the Hermiston Conference Center on Apr. 25.
Five people were injured, including three children, when an SUV drove down Interstate 82 in the wrong lane.