SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - Federal agents with the help of local police have arrested 18 people accused of being involved in a drug trafficking ring.The Spokesman-Review reported (http://bit.ly/2sjMeMu ) Friday that the suspects are from Washington and Idaho. Authorities raided 15 houses.Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich said investigators recovered more than 20 weapons in addition to large amounts of cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine.
Yakima police are making progress tonight, on a violent crime crack down.
Public educators received support Thursday.
Police are searching for a gunman who led two Richland schools to go on lockdown.
State health officials are warning you to be extra cautious following the discovery of a rabies infection among Washington bats.
Police are looking for two male suspects who used a stolen debit card at Safeway on George Washington Way.
Tri-Cities Pride has announced the return of their annual Pride Festival in Richland this summer. This year's theme will be "It's just LOVE!"
MOXEE, Wash. - Washington, Oregon and Idaho are on pace to set another record in hop acreage, but reports indicate supply is catching up to demand.The USDA's National Agriculture Statistics Service estimates the three states will harvest 54,135 acres this…
GRANGER, Wash - Three people are in the hospital after a one car crash on I-82 just east of Granger. 23 year old Abben Boorman, of The Dalles, lost control of his car and the vehicle left the roadway rolling…
RICHLAND, Wash. (AP) - The U.S. Energy Department's top official at Washington state's severely contaminated Hanford Nuclear Reservation says future accidental nuclear radiation releases are likely because the aging site's infrastructure is breaking down amid inadequate funding to quickly clean up millions of gallons of radioactive waste.
A local woman will be reunited with a precious family heirloom that was stolen from her home almost four years ago. She's now preparing to fly out to Chicago to get it back.
Christine Brown, a long time local broadcaster, announced she is running for Congress in the 4th Congressional District Tuesday. Brown spent her life in Yakima and the Tri-Cities, most notably as an on-air personality at KAPP TV in Yakima and…
Family and friends packed St. Patrick Catholic Parish Church in Pasco Tuesday to mourn the tragic death of a classmate, brother and teammate.
A Pasco family is upset, claiming that a local T-shirt shop is making money off of their son's death.
Casey Kasselder has been fighting the affects of Friedreich's Ataxia her whole life. The disease is a form of muscular dystrophy, causing her to progressively lose control of her muscle function.
YAKIMA, Wash - A 23-year-old Yakima woman is headed to court to face charges relating to an ambush robbery and shootout. Allicianna Clark was arrested on a warrant for her alleged involvement in the attempted robbery and shootout with two Royal City men at the 8th St. Market and Deli. Clark organized an exchange of computers with the men when a third man appeared and joined Clark in an ambush to rob the Royal City men resulting in an exchange of gunfire. Clark will face charges of unlawful...
A Burbank man will spend 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to the production of child pornography.
Governor Jay Inslee has issued a statement following the shooting in Virginia involving members of congress. "This morning's news was a shock to wake up to. Trudi and I, along with all Washingtonians, send our thoughts to Congressman Scalise, the…
With summer right around the corner, many are planning their next vacation. For con artists, these consumers are the perfect targets.
Emergency dispatchers are getting a head start on their next call as of Tuesday.
Police are investigating three residential burglaries that took place in Kennewick a few miles apart on Monday.
A 37-year-old man was arrested Friday for allegedly snapping photos up girls' skirts at the Sunnyside High School graduation.
Safeco Field will be getting a new name
SEATTLE (AP) - A transgender man has filed a complaint with the Seattle Office for Civil Rights against the Seattle Public Library for refusing to let him to use the only private restroom in its downtown building.Ryan "Comet" Alley filed the complaint Monday over the refusal involving a bathroom reserved for families.Alley refused to stop filming the encounter Wednesday with a library security officer, who asked him to leave.