TRI-CITIES, WA- With Benton and Franklin counties moving to a Modified Phase 1, many businesses have been able to expand their business or re-open. Two of those businesses are restaurants and hair salons.
PASCO, WA- Pasco Mayor Saul Martinez signed an emergency order Thursday afternoon to help Pasco restaurants with outdoor seating as Franklin County moves to a modified Phase 1 from Governor Jay Inslee's Safe Start Phased Reopening Plan.
TRI-CITIES, WA- The Benton Franklin Health District announced on Thursday that they recorded the largest amount of single day positive COVID-19 cases at 215 on Wednesday.
OLYMPIA, WA - The Washington State Department of Natural Resources is implementing the following changes in burn restrictions on DNR-protected lands. Check with local jurisdictions for additional restrictions and use of residential fire pits.
If you remember at the start of the pandemic, the Washington State Department of Licencing offices closed their doors and extended license expiration dates. In June, they have announced another extension.
RICHLAND, WA - What are athletes doing to stay in shape during this time?
Chuck DeGooyer, the longtime leader who was instrumental in establishing the Tri-Cities Cancer Center more than 25 years ago, will retire at the end of the year. DeGooyer, who has served as chief executive officer of the cancer for seven years, announced his plans to step down on July 1. His last day is Dec. 31, 2020. DeGooyer helped form cancer…
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PROSSER, WA - The letter below was sent by the Benton County Board of Commissioners to the members of the Benton County Deputy Sheriff’s Guild.
LEWISTON, ID - A group of warbirds from Lewiston will be conducting a flyover small towns here in the northwest.
Mexican street corn, churro stations and even taco bars were all things you could have expected back in May. Due to COVID-19, Pasco Cinco de Mayo was canceled. Organizers are slowly bringing events back all while standing six-feet apart.
CONNELL, WA - Coyote Ridge Correctional Center tested more than 1,800 individuals incarcerated and 660 staff.
PASCO, WA - Free mask distribution for small businesses at Pasco Lowe's.
RICHLAND, WA - The Knights Community Hospital Equipment Lend Program received a $40,000 donation to support their work.
WEST RICHLAND, WA - Woman arrested for scratching and ripping two shirts off of her boyfriend.
Some businesses have closed permanently, others are holding on and even a few businesses have managed to open up during the coronavirus pandemic. A new spot for bubble tea has opened for business in Richland.
WALLA WALLA, WA - The Walla Walla Public School District asks parents to complete a survey on COVID-19 modifications to the traditional school day.
PASCO, WA - Nearly $350,000 in grants are now available to eligible small businesses.
KENNEWICK, WA - The Kennewick Fire Department has released their plans for this year's unique 4th of July celebrations.
The Pasco Farmers Market has been around since 1988, and locals depend on farmers markets like this one for fresh produce and essential goods.
Prisoners from 5 units out of 14 units at the Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla went on a food strike starting June 22nd. The prisoners said the staff and facilities were not doing enough to prevent the spread of…
RICHLAND, WA- From fall sports to school plays Richland students are asking the public to wear a mask now so they can participate in their extracurricular activities come the school year.
KENNEWICK, WA - Benton and Franklin County Emergency Management Offices are working to distribute free face coverings to low-income people in Benton and Franklin Counties.
KENNEWICK, WA - Kennewick PD responded to a domestic dispute involving a hang gun.