14 hrs ago
Richland Rotarian wins cruise in fundraiser for humanitarian trips
Patricia Haggerty, a member of the Richland Rotary Club, won an Alaska cruise for two in a drawing to support Dr. Jim Guzek's work in Ethiopia.
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18 hrs ago
Leadership Tri-Cities Class XIX raises money for day shelter
Leadership Tri-Cities Class XIX raised more than $30,000 for Ken and Teresa's Place, a day shelter in Kennewick, during an event in March.
22 hrs ago
Columbia Industries' new facility debuts in Kennewick
And the event -- which drew dozens of elected officials, business leaders and other community members -- marked the last time the public will have wide-ranging access to the 20,000-square-foot space, which is the new home of the nonprofit's CI Information Management.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Tri-City Small Business of the Year nominees named
Seventeen small Tri-City businesses are in the running for the 2014 Mid-Columbia Small Business of the Year awards.
Mid-Columbia schools on state's top-performer list
Ten Mid-Columbia schools were named among Washington's top performers Wednesday by state education officials.
Rock musical 'Hair' coming to Tri-Cities April 22
Hair rocked the boat on Broadway in 1968. It wasn't just because of its controversial theme and nudity, but also it was the first rock musical performed on stage.
Our Voice: We're grateful for people who help others in need
Search and Rescue personnel continue the search for bodies buried in mud at the landslide in Oso, Wash., Wednesday, April 9, 2014.
Kennewick School District to hold meeting for home-school families
The Kennewick School District encourages families with home-schooled children to attend information meetings about the district's parent partnership program in late April and early May. The Mid-Columbia Partnership offers additional educational opportunities to children primarily educated by their parents, a release said.
Man's body identified, death investigated as accident
Alvaro Lopez-Ivarra, 31, was found out of the water on a conveyor belt that holds debris filtered from the Chandler Canal before the water is returned to the Yakima River, according to the Benton County Sheriff's Office.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
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Overcrowding in classrooms, a continuous problem
Overcrowding at our schools here in Tri-Cities has been an issue for years. As more families move in, schools have trouble keeping up with the high enrollment.
Kennewick council puts 90-day hold on bridge-to-bridge development
The Kennewick City Council approved a 90-day moratorium on building permits for new projects on properties between Columbia Drive and the Columbia River and the blue and cable bridges in a 6-1 vote this week.
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Pasco man accused of fleeing from police arrested
The U.S. Marshal Office and regional law enforcement officers arrested Jose M. Herrera of Pasco today.
Kennewick Police Introduces New Officer This Morning
Mike Brakebill is a lateral hire from the Shoreline region in the Seattle area. He = served as a Deputy for the King County Sheriff's Office since 2008.
Sen. Patty Murray Cuts Ribbon at Walla Walla VA Outpatient Clinic
Since being scheduled for closure in 2004, Senator Patty Murray, veterans and other community leaders have been working to save the Walla Walla VA Outpatient Clinic.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Kennewick City Council denies annexation request
Residents raise their hands on Tuesday in opposition to the proposed city annexation of 21 acres of land in the area of S. Gum St. during a Kennewick City Council Meeting.
Our Voice: Empowering principals to make disciplinary decisions smart move for Kennewick
Kennewick has decided to take a more reasoned approach to discipline than the infamous "zero tolerance" policies used by school districts across the nation.
Man Was Racing When He Hit & Killed a Woman in Kennewick
NBC Right Now has obtained court document that state Michael S. Johnson, who on Tuesday night hit and killed a woman with his car on W. 27th Avenue in Kennewick, was racing with his son.
Gymnast qualifies for national meet
Wenatchee Level 9 gymnast Julia Williams, daughter of Perry and Lona Skalisky-Williams, is at Southridge High School and Garland's Gymnastic Academy in Kennewick.
4th District candidates take stage at Pasco chamber meeting
It wasn't billed as a candidate forum, but eight of the candidates seeking to replace retiring Rep. Doc Hastings spoke Monday to 95 people at a Pasco Chamber of Commerce meeting.