Yakima Valley College will offer a one-day flagger certification training on May 19.
Walla Walla City Council has changed the venue for its next city council meeting on Apr. 29.
The City of Richland approved a $20 car tab fee during Tuesday night's city council meeting. The car tab will help raise $850,000 to pay for annual street maintenance and resurfacing, and build a Duportail Bridge.
The trial for the former Pasco Police officer accused of murdering a prostitute has been delayed once again.
RICHLAND, Wash. - Two men are in the hospital after rear ending a tractor trailer on SR 240 near Airport Road in Richland. Clinton Crain, 46 was driving a vehicle with Joseph Crain, 42, riding in the passenger seat when…
Sun Downs is celebrating its 30th opening day this Saturday and it all leads up to the 143rd running of The Kentucky Derby on Saturday, May 6, 2017.
The Kennewick School District has hired a new principal at Edison Elementary to replace outgoing Principal Bruce Cannard, who is retiring at the end of the year.
Opening weekend for fishing season across the state is just a few days away and many in the community are awaiting the 20th Annual Kids Fishing Derby at Columbia Park in Kennewick.
Scotty Smiley was blinded in Iraq while serving in the United States Military in 2005. Though he lost his ability to see, it was losing independence that made the biggest impact on his life.
The Tri-Cities will soon be home to a state military training facility. The City of Richland has agreed to sell 40 acres of land to the State of Washington Military Department.
Dedicated Washington state employees are fighting for their next paycheck Wednesday.
The Richland Players are performing a Tony Award winning rendition of Ken Kesey's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest all through May.
If you haven't already booked a campsite in Oregon for this summer's total solar eclipse, you may be out of luck.
An elderly Touchet woman was injured after crashing into a parked vehicle and rolling her car Wednesday morning.
Sundowns in Kennewick is celebrating their 30th Opening Day this Saturday and I will be there tomorrow morning to preview the big weekend of horse racing ahead!
It's only April but it'll be graduation season before you know it and that means we are getting you prepared with gift ideas for 2017 graduates.
Congresswoman McMorris Rodgers talks about top issues facing the country during her Washington visit
Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers grew up in Kettle Falls, Washington where her family owned an orchard. Growing up, Rodgers said she never imagined she would be a congresswoman, but she now represents the 5th District of Washington state. She is visiting Eastern Washington this week and sat down with KAPP-KVEW in her Walla Walla office to talk about some of the top issues facing the country and the world today, including immigration, healthcare reform, and the current state of world affairs.
Coming up this weekend is a chance to get rid of unwanted tires laying around your yard and in turn, the roommates you didn't know you had.
On Tuesday a Richland police captain remembered a traumatic first year on the job, and the chill he felt looking into the eyes of a man who tried to kill a fellow police officer.
WSU Tri-Cities engineering students helped to inspire the next generation Tuesday.
The Kennewick Police Department is requesting help to identify a man accused of stealing from Jen Smoke & Gift Shop.
Wild fire season has started and Kennewick firefighters want to make sure you are prepared this year in case of an emergency.
Gang Team detectives with the Benton County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man on multiple felony charges including possession of narcotics, firearms and drug paraphernalia.