PROSSER, Wash. -- A GoFundMe account is raising money for the family of a Prosser woman who was murdered on Aug. 10.
The Benton Franklin Fair is donating $10,000 to cancer prevention efforts in the community as part of its Tough Enough To Wear Pink program. The money will be shared among area hospital foundations and the Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation to…
UPDATE: Power has been restored. The cause of the outage was a downed powerline near Jump Off Joe Road south of Kennewick, said Benton PUD spokeswoman Karen Miller.
A Benton City man suspected of sexually abusing a young relative was taken into custody on Tuesday.
A 16-year-old boy from Kennewick was arrested Monday in connection to an armed robbery that happened on Dec. 22.
Local law enforcement agencies are showing their support for a California sheriff's sergeant who lost his life in a mass shooting that killed 12 people.
The lawyer of a man accused of sexually violating a beaver in Columbia Park has requested a mental health evaluation for his client.
UPDATE: Power has been restored to most customers in Benton County.
Emotions were running high at Benton County's Planning Commission meeting Tuesday night.
Law enforcement agencies spent the day in Kennewick training for an active shooter situation Thursday.
Mosquitoes carrying West Nile virus have been detected in Yakima County.
The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board responded to West Richland's concerns regarding a pot shop that is set to open near a preschool on Friday.
Some West Richland residents were fired up over a new cannabis shop Wednesday.
Emergency dispatchers are getting a head start on their next call as of Tuesday.
A man charged with multiple counts of child rape in Benton County was arrested Wednesday after trying to cross the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Port of Kennewick received $2.1 million from Benton County to go toward finishing the Columbia Gardens Wine & Artisan Village as part of its riverfront revitalization project.
Tracey Ollerman has been a dispatcher with Benton County for 18 years.
Spring is here, but the winter we had is having a lasting impact, creating a potential for more mosquitoes this year.
Candy Mountain is almost ready to open for public access.