30 min ago
Retirement on the horizon for Port of Pasco's Jim Toomey
Jim Toomey, Port of Pasco executive director is retiring after 22 years with the port.
20 hrs ago
Seed potatoes are cut and sorted by 3 Rivers Potato Services workers in Franklin County.
But while the size of the state's potato harvest was smaller, industry officials still say there should be enough potatoes to go around.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Mid-Columbia farmers mull marijuana
But it's one that is fraught with uncertainty, from security to mites, mildew and the threat of federal raids.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Holiday open house at Franklin County Museum
From 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, all are welcome to attend a holiday open house at the Franklin County Historical Museum, 305 N. Fourth Ave., Pasco.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Firefighters Offer Tips on How to Use Space Heaters Safely
NBCRightNow.com - As cooler temperatures move into the area, some people may be tempted to turn on their space heaters.
ACLU plans to block statewide release of sex offender's records
The Washington state ACLU plans to file a temporary restraining order against the Washington State Patrol to prevent the release of Level 1 sex offender information in 38 counties, officials said.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
A bit of faith has hopelessly abused horse riding again
Linda Christiano of Spot-O-Faith Farms in Pascol ooks over a 12-year-old mare June 5, 2013 that was dropped off by Franklin County Sheriff's deputies who seized the horse from a Pasco man due to mistreatment of the horse.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Franklin County commissioners take no action taken on pot farm
Franklin County commissioners decided Wednesday to take no action on a farming family wanting to expand operations to include marijuana.
DNA could be local suspect in Kennewick break-ins
New DNA evidence could link a local man who is suspected of leaving a butcher knife on at least one victim's pillow to a series of home break-ins in Kennewick.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Residents back pot moratoriums
Tri-City residents interested in opening marijuana-related businesses told the Kennewick City Council that they supported cities taking six months to figure out how to make Initiative 502 work.
Consultants: Cleveland kidnapper's death a suicide
Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro committed suicide by hanging himself in his prison cell, two corrections consultants concluded following a review of his death released Tuesday, rejecting earlier suggestions that he may have died accidentally while seeking a sexual thrill.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Extra DUI patrols to prevent traffic fatalites during holidays
Unfortunately law enforcement sees a higher number of DUIs during the holidays. WSP is working hard to change that with the Target Zero program.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Tri-Cities to have cold, wet weather
Earlier models had shown the possibility of 12 to 18 inches in the Cascade mountain passes as Sunday evening transitions into night, prompting warnings from the National Weather Service for people driving home after the Thanksgiving weekend.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
General election results certified by officials
Election results in Benton and Franklin counties were certified Tuesday, closing the book on close races in West Richland and Connell.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Truck driver freed from overturned rig...
Rescuers spend over two working to free truck driver Rafael Mares Mireles from his overturned semi-truck on East Vineyard Drive in Franklin County.
Mesa woman seeks names of 21,000 sex offenders
Donna Zink, the former mayor of Mesa, has asked the Washington State Patrol for its entire sex offender database for all 39 counties.
Psychologist affirms accused killer was sane
A paranoid schizophrenic charged with killing his Pasco housemate likely will take his case to trial because a state psychologist is holding firm to his conclusion that the man was sane at the time of the stabbing.
Employment sees boost in Tri-Cities
Construction workers install roof trusses Tuesday on a new home in the 5400 block of Plimlico Drive in west Pasco.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
11 apply for Mid-Columbia marijuana permits
Eleven companies have applied to grow marijuana in Benton and Franklin counties, according to application information released Tuesday by the state Liquor Control Board.
Arrests target Franklin County theft ring
The suspects allegedly robbed houses and stole industrial sized batteries from large vehicles, according to the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office.