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Kennewick fire crews followed department protocol before they left the scene of an apartment fire last month that eventually rekindled and burned while residents slept inside, fire officials said Thursday.
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The annual UnTapped Blues & Brews Festival is back on tap for May 10 after it was announced earlier this year that the popular outdoor event was canceled.
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Engrossed Senate Bill 5964 passed the House of Representatives with a 66-31 vote, after passing the Senate in a 45-2 vote last month.
Macy's announced Thursday that Columbia Park in Kennewick has been chosen for the retail company's "Heart Your Park" program.
Walla Walla Fire District 5 Chief Mike Wickstrom examines a car where a Kennewick woman and a baby boy were injured in an early morning accident on Highway 124 near Flat Top Road.
Guitarist Michael Mandrell performs a concert at 6:30 p.m. March 15 at the Center for Spiritual Living, 210 E. Third Ave., Kennewick.
Babies age 12 months and younger can compete in the races on soft, sanitized mats.
A new sandwich shop opens near Costco next week! It's called Graze. The owners already run two locations in Walla Walla.
The Kennewick attorney, with his wife, Wendy, and six of their seven children behind him, began his news conference by telling reporters that his name is pronounced “sea-cot,” adding that it, “sounds a lot like Seahawk.” He said he has been endorsed by many business and political leaders, though the only one he would name was ... (more)
The bureau’s first water outlook of the irrigation season and recent snow in the Cascade Mountains have helped ease drought fears for Yakima River water users.
Spokane wood sculptor Tim Rahman will be the featured artist at this year's Tri-City Woodcarvers show March 15-16 at the Tri-Tech Skills Center in Kennewick.
The Benton PUD commission plans a special meeting Friday to review the investigation report of an accident that shocked a volunteer firefighter.
We've been thinking about mentors lately: People who encourage, inspire and support young people.
Lemley will share the exhibition with pottery artist Alan Higinbotham. A reception for the artists is planned from 1 to 3 p.m. March 9 at the gallery, 89 Lee Blvd., Richland.
George Cicotte will formally announce his candidacy for the 4th District Congressional seat held by Doc Hastings tomorrow.