RICHLAND, Wash.- According to a Facebook post made by the Richland Washington Police Department, a suspect is now in custody following a hit-and-run.
PASCO, Wash.- According to a Facebook post made by Pasco Recreation Services, no-cost vaccines will be available at the Pasco Market Health Fair.
KENNEWICK, Wash.- The 28th annual Active 4 Life senior picnic will be September 21.
KENNEWICK, Wash.- According to Kennewick Police Department Officer Pursley, a SWAT presence at Arlo on 10th Apartments caused Park Middle School to lock down.
RICHLAND, Wash.- According to a Facebook post made by the City of Richland Government, a large section of the Badger Mountain Community Park and Dog Park parking lot will be closed on September 25.
KENNEWICK, Wash.- UPDATE 4:18 p.m. According to a social media post made by Washington State Patrol Trooper Thorson, Several local businesses are temporarily closed.
RICHLAND, Wash.- The Eighth Annual "Take Strides Tri-Cities" suicide prevention walk will be hosted by Richland School District and Tri-Cities Youth Suicide Prevention Coalition on Wednesday, September 27.
KENNEWICK, Wash.-A juvenile suspect is in custody after a robbery that caused Kennewick High to be locked down on the morning of September 20.
PASCO, Wash.-September is Hunger Action Month and Tyson Foods is donating 40,000 pounds of food to Second Harvest to help ensure equitable access to food for the members of all communities.
RICHLAND, Wash.-National Coloring Day is September 14 and the Richland Public Library celebrated with an all-day Color-In.
KENNEWICK, Wash.- Mid-Columbia libraries, barns & Noble and Columbia Basin College are set to welcome New York Times bestselling novelist V.E. Schwab to Kennewick.
WALLA WALLA, Wash.- According to the City of Walla Walla, Sprague Street will be closed for Tree removal on September 25.
RICHLAND, Wash. - According to a press release from WSU Tri-Cities, compared to last fall, the overall enrollment at Washington State University Tri-Cities increased by 0.8%.
RICHLAND, Wash.- According to a press release sent by the Port of Benton Public Information Officer Summers Miya, the Port of Benton will be purchasing the 12,000-square-foot former terminal building in the Richland Airport Business Park.
KENNEWICK, Wash.- UPDATE 9:04 p.m. According to a press release sent by Kennewick Police Department Commander Christian Walters, Steptoe Street is now open.
TRI-CITIES, Wash.-A Boys and Girls Club member from Kennewick has been named the 2023 Pacific Youth of the Year and will now participate in the National Youth of the Year celebration in New York.
WALLA WALLA, Wash.- According to the City of Walla Walla, the Unites States Postal Service officer near the Marcus Whitman hotel has elevated levels of Volatile organic Compounds.
WALLA WALLA, Wash.- The City of Walla Walla is looking for local art to display in council chambers.
WALLA WALLA, COUNTY, Wash.- UPDATE September 19, 2023, 5:31 p.m. According to Janet Pearce, Wildfire Public Information Officer for Washington State Department of Natural Resources, fire crews are currently on scene and in mop up.
RICHLAND, Wash.-Washington State University Tri-Cities will host a career and internship fair for students and community members looking for employment on October 17.
OLYMPIA, Wash.-A new Respiratory Illness Data Dashboard from the Department of Health will allow Washington residents to track COVID-19, flu, and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) activity by region across the state.
This Hispanic Heritage Month, we're sharing the stories of our community and highlighting what it has to offer. The Pasco Flea Market offers delicious food, music and nostalgia all in one place.
KENNEWICK, Wash.-Kennewick Police are conducting a homicide investigation after a drive-by shooting on the night of September 17 that left one man dead.
RICHLAND, Wash. - According to a post made by the Richland Police Department, on September 16, around 2:00 p.m. RPD responded to a report of a female trespassing in the backyard of a residence on the 1300 block of Wright.
— By Robin Wojtanik for Hanford Mission Integration Solutions Drivers with top-secret clearance recently hauled classified documents cross-country from Hanford to Washington, D.C. A tamper-indicating bolt and high-security lock…
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The former Roasters coffee shops in the Tri-Cities have changed hands twice in a little more than two years — going first to the Black Rock Coffee Bar chain and…
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It’s been described as a “well-kept secret.” But the ATI Inc. plant in the Horn Rapids Industrial Park that specializes in melting titanium and titanium alloys for aerospace, defense and…
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It looked like a typical business seminar, held over lunch. Attendees sat around tables, munching on sandwiches and other light fare, while presenters took turns flipping through informational slides projected…
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Hanford Advisory Board seeks new members The Hanford Advisory Board (HAB) is seeking new members to advise federal and state agencies on the ongoing cleanup of the Hanford site in…
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New massage school to open next year in Richland A new massage school is opening in Richland. Advanced Bodywork Education (ABE) will begin offering evening courses in March 2024 and…
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