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07/24/2024
HERMISTON, Ore. - The Tri-City Water Follies kicks off in a few days. A former Tri-City resident now living in Hermiston provides artistic touches for the drivers and their boats.
07/24/2024
TRI-CITIES, Wash.-The Washington State Patrol will conduct emphasis patrols in the area throughout boat race weekend to keep race fans and the community safe.
07/24/2024
TRI-CITIES, Wash.-Two Northwest favorites, coffee and boat racing, will combine at the Water Follies Apollo Columbia Cup this year thanks to a lifelong hydroplane fan and Washington business owner.
07/23/2024
GRANDVIEW, Wash. - A Richland man was allegedly shot and killed by his daughter's ex-boyfriend in Grandview on July 3, according to a press release from the Yakima County Sheriff's Office.
07/23/2024
KENNEWICK, Wash.-A Kennewick man suspected of a hit-and-run that hospitalized a bicyclist has been arrested.
07/23/2024
TRI-CITIES, Wash.-Bike paths along the Pasco and Kennewick sides of the Columbia River will be closed for Water Follies starting Wednesday, July 24.
07/23/2024
FINLEY, Wash.-A teenager is dead after being hit by a train on Sunday, July 21.
07/23/2024
TRI-CITIES, Wash.-The 2024 Water Follies Apollo Columbia Cup and STCU Over-the-River Airshow is July 26-28.
07/22/2024
FINLEY, Wash. - Fire crews from Benton County Fire District 1 and the Pasco Fire Department put out a two-acre wildfire in Finley on Monday.
07/22/2024
PASCO, Wash. - The City of Pasco announced a traffic update on Monday that will affect Sylvester Street.
07/22/2024
FRANKLIN COUNTY, Wash. - Franklin County Fire District 3 has proposed a levy lid lift that will appear on the August 6 primary ballot.
07/22/2024
KENNEWICK, Wash.-The 2024 National Horseshoe Pitchers Association World Tournament will be held in Kennewick July 29 through Aug. 3.
07/22/2024
TRI-CITIES, Wash.-Traffic is backed up on the Blue Bridge due to a crash on the afternoon of July 22.
07/22/2024
KENNEWICK, Wash. - The Tri-City Water Follies is five days away. Fans come from all over to watch the rooster tails fly. Safety is the name of the game, according to the American Power Boat Association Risk Manager Jennifer Cushing.
07/21/2024
PROSSER, Wash. - Update July 21 8:43 p.m. Benton PUD restored power to more than five hundred homes nearly two hours after an outage began late Sunday evening.
07/21/2024
FINLEY, Wash. - Benton County Fire District 1 responded to a manufactured home fire crews believe started from an electrical problem Sunday morning.
07/21/2024
FRANKLIN CO., Wash. - A 500-acre fire near Kahlotus prompted state fire mobilization early on the morning of July 22.
07/20/2024
TRI-CITIES, Wash.- The NF Lampson Pits are being prepared for the 2024 Tri-City Water Follies. Volunteers began setting up with the docks on Saturday.
07/19/2024
KENNEWICK, Wash. - A duplex on West 6th Avenue in Kennewick caught fire on Friday, forcing its residents to be displaced.
07/19/2024
PASCO, Wash. - Businesses worldwide struggled this morning because of a major tech outage, but the Tri-Cities Airport worked through it.
07/19/2024
PASCO, Wash. - The City of Pasco announced that its Broadmoor Corridor project is continuing on Mon., July 22 with upgrades to the intersection of Broadmoor Boulevard and Burns Road.
07/19/2024
TRI-CITIES, Wash. - The Ben Franklin Transit is offering shuttles to Water Follies and the Art in the Park festival in the Tri-Cities from July 26 through 28.
07/19/2024
TRI-CITIES, Wash.-Ongoing construction on the Blue Bridge is slowing traffic and causing backups in both directions.
07/19/2024
KENNEWICK, Wash.-Multiple suspects were arrested on warrants in Kennewick on the morning of July 19.
07/19/2024
PASCO, Wash.-All lanes of I-182 are now reopened after a crane tipped into the median near Road 100 on July 19.
07/19/2024
PASCO, Wash.-A global IT outage is affecting banks, businesses, media and airlines across the country, including the Tri-Cities.
07/18/2024
KENNEWICK, Wash. - The Kennewick Farmers Market closed on Thu., July 18 due to extreme heat.
07/18/2024
WALLA WALLA, Wash.-A Community Cooling Center will be open July 20-21 in Walla Walla as the Northwest heat wave continues with temperatures over the weekend forecast to be above 100 degrees.
07/18/2024
OLYMPIA, Wash - The Washington State Department of Agriculture is asking residents in the Tri-Cities to report Japanese beetle sightings after already catching 38 beetles this summer. That is seven times more beetles than last summer when the WSDA caught…
07/18/2024
OLYMPIA, Wash - Vehicle fires are a common, but deadly issue in Washington State.