Neighbors in Finely had a scare when a Union Pacific train derailed, spilling it's contents near Perkins Road at 12:20 p.m. on Monday.
While the calendar may be telling farmers it's time to plant vegetables across the Columbia Basin, mother nature is telling one potato researcher otherwise.
Local health districts across Washington state are struggling for funding.
Kennewick firefighters have a warning for smokers that could save lives.
Pasco police urge you to lock your doors and windows, even in the daytime.
Confusion for drivers as they approach traffic circles is creating problems across Kennewick.
The Yakima Fire Department responded to an early morning fire at the El Porton Restaurant in Union Gap. When crews arrived around 4:45 am to the 2500 blk of Main Street they found the inside of the building full of heat and smoke.
A Prosser teacher is returning to work this after a large Facebook controversy. First grade teacher Cherise Rhode was placed on administrative leave nearly a month ago after her comments about the “Day without Immigrants” protest resulted in anger and criticism from the public.
A Pasco man was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison for the production and receipt of child pornography.
The Kittitas County Sheriff's Office implemented a level one Emergency Operations Center activation on Wednesday morning to prepare for more flooding in the area.
Upper County Fire Crews responded to a mobile home fire early Wednesday morning.
Additional marijuana retail shops in Prosser are on hold after City Council members discovered the public wasn't properly informed Tuesday.
Kenny Caraway is preparing sand bags for another night of rainfall.
A credit card skimming device was discovered at a Shell gas station at the corner of Williams Boulevard and Jadwin Avenue.
Kennewick police and Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers are looking for a fugitive wanted on charges of burglary and possession of a controlled substance.
Yakima police have released photos of the two armed men who robbed Nick's Sixth Street Market over the weekend.
The Richland Police Department is warning the public of a recently detected business scam.
Hundreds of community members of all faiths joined hands Saturday to meet refugees and Muslims living in the Tri-Cities community.