Trios Health has launched an online community platform that allows friends, family, church communities and the community at large to connect with current patients.
Our club has a mission to supply communications for the Benton/Franklin Counties Red Cross in the event their normal forms of communication are lost in time of a disaster.
ELTOPIA,WA-The Franklin County Sheriff's Office is investigating an apparent homicide near Eltopia. Yesterday afternoon, Franklin County Sheriffs responded to a house where they located the body of a 19-year-old male, his name is not being released because his family has…
RICHLAND,WA- With social distancing restricting large gatherings, churches have needed to adjust how they worship. One church Life Church7 in Richland has shifted their services online. Every Sunday and different days throughout the week members of this church can still…
KENNEWICK,WA- Multiple law enforcement agencies responded to a domestic dispute that turned into a apparent suicide stand-off late Friday night near the 4000 block of N. Volland and W. Imnaha in Kennewick.
KENNEWICK,WA- Kennewick Police arrested a man connected to multiple robberies over the past two weeks around 4th and Ely Streets in Kennewick.
Mid-Columbia Libraries' (MCL) 12 branches and Bookmobile are closed through May 4 in compliance with Gov. Jay Inslee's extended statewide stay home order aimed at curbing the state's outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19).
In an effort to ease the minds of incoming college students, Washington State University Tri-Cities will not require SAT or ACT scores for fall admission and will continue to take applications and confirmations throughout the summer.
RICHLAND,WA- A small SUV hit the stairwell of suites 200,201 and 202 at the McMurray Apartments at 1780 Pike Ave. just before 7 p.m. Thursday evening.
RICHLAND,WA- A person getting assistance from the Richland Police Foundation after a fire started on the backside of their home on 50 Proton Lane around 9:30 p.m. Thursday night.
TRI-CITIES,WA- The Three Rivers Community Foundation (3RCF) unveiled a new emergency fund Thursday to help support programs and services in Benton and Franklin Counties during the COVID-19 crisis.
KENNEWICK,WA- The Kennewick School District announced Thursday a change in free meal services starting Monday, April 6th.
A new community initiative has emerged from Flatten the Curve Tri-Cities.
TOPPENISH,WA- Toppenish Police arrested a 21 year old in connection to the shooting on the 800 block of E. Toppenish Ave. Thursday afternoon.
TRI-CITIES, WA - Even though the Stay At Home order is in place, you can still buy and sell homes using technology.
We have made a change to our free meal service to accommodate families with children who are sick. Starting April 1, if your child is sick, you may pick up a meal for them even if they are not present…
KENNEWICK,WA- The Boy Scouts of America: Blue Mountain Council has gone to on-line programming due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
To allow for local taxing districts to continue supporting Benton County residents, the Benton County first-half property taxes will remain due on April 30, 2020.
On March 30, Kennewick police officers responded to Leskovar - Lincoln Mercury Jeep for the report of a commercial burglary, which had occurred sometime over the weekend. Upon arrival officers determined that the suspect(s) allegedly broke a window and entered…
Pasco’s storied Moore Mansion is starting a new chapter after being sold by the couple who saved it from demolition. Debra and Brad Peck, sold the historic mansion to a Kennewick couple who will run it as a residence and event center. The Pecks and the new owners will collaborate to ensure weddings and other events booked for 2020 go on as planned. Sandrine and Thomas…
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