New Year, New Sick Leave and New Minimum Wages Start Jan. 1
Your days of working while you are sick are about to change on Monday.
Christmas Spirit Defeats a Kennewick Home Invasion Robbery
An armed man went into the home of a 70-year-old Kennewick woman on Saturday looking to rob her.
Bad Lane Change Leads to 2 People Being Hurt in Kennewick
Driving in winter road conditions means you need to pay attention or you could hit a parked car on the side of the road.
Christmas Came for Aaron O’Connell and Delivered a New Bike
Aaron O’Connell is 8 years old and it has been rough for him this year.
PLAY: Tri-Cities ‘Mad Lib’ Style Game Will Leave You Laughing!
Sit back and fill in the blanks. Hit the SUBMIT button and enjoy your story!
Oregon Man Ignores Washington State Patrol Advice on Road Conditions
Trooper Chris Thorson said to slow down on the icy roads, but a man from Hermiston, Ore. Must not have heard him.
‘Alita’ Trailer Gives First Look at Live-Action Anime
Here is the first teaser for a new movie from producer James Cameron and director Robert Rodriguez based on Japanese anime.
Traffic Slowed After Woman Allegedly Fails to Pass Semi
A woman says she was cut off by a semi-truck driver, but tire tracks apparently show her trying to pass the big rig on the left shoulder on Tuesday afternoon.
Prosser Woman Wasn’t Paying Attention, Hits Car on I-82
Drivers need to pay attention to avoid hitting other cars, like what happened on Highway 82 near West Richland on Tuesday morning.
Jackie is Looking for a Home With a Lap and Some Grass
Jackie is your girl. She is the Tri-Cities Chapter of Little Lives Small Animal Rescue Pet of the Month for December.
Kennewick Man Survives Rolling His Pickup Truck Near Connell
Speeding can destroy your pickup truck when you lose control. Jackson Sayaosa, a 36-year-old Kennewick man, rolled his white 2002 Toyota Tundra pickup on Wednesday morning, according to the Washington State Patrol. He was driving north on Highway 395 and went off the road to the right about three miles north of Connell...
Eight Votes Determine if Pasco School District Gets $99.5 Million
Ballots have been counted and recounted for three weeks. The Pasco School District needed 60 percent of voters approval for bonds worth $99.5 million to build and remodel schools to relieve overcrowding.