I grew up in a suburb just outside Philadelphia, PA and fell in love with radio listening to the legendary Harry Kalas call Phillies baseball as a kid. I love sports, history, politics (human chess), a good Scotch, and am a bit of a foodie. I'm a big animal person and can't see my house without at least two dogs in it. I also believe in civil discourse and that we can coexist with different opinions. The world would be boring if we all thought the same way.
What Could The Upholding of Spokane’s Prop 1 Mean for Tri-Cities?
There were a number of ballot measures throughout the State for last month's general election. Few had as many, or more, people paying closer attention than Proposition 1 in the City of Spokane.
Really…How Bad Are Drivers in Washington and Oregon?
Every State has bad drivers. Some States have a reputation as having more bad drivers than others. Ask a Washingtonian about Oregon drivers, and vice-versa, and you'll get each side swearing the other is significantly worse on the roadways.
One Tri-Cities Grocer To Survive Kroger/Albertson’s Sale
While we don't have new info which of the 104 stores in Washington State will be sold, we know which ones will not be sold to C & S Wholesale Grocers
What Washington Towns Will See A White Christmas?
Ever since Bing Crosby crooned White Christmas in the 1942 film 'Holiday Inn' most of us have shared that dream. In many parts of the Country, and the State, the late December holiday brings with it a good chance of snow, but not always a guarantee.
The Brands Washington State Loves The Most
There are plenty of brands in almost anything you could imagine that are competing for your business and asking for your loyalty. Which ones have found a way to rise above the rest to be the top in their category in Washington State?
Lawmakers Hosting Workshop at Richland Public Library
Have you wondered how the legislative process works in Olympia? Are you curious as to how a bill comes into law, from the idea phase, all the way to the Governor's signature? You'll have the opportunity to learn that at more at the Richland Public Library.
Washington State Parents Do This More Than Any Other Parents
Most parents never cease when it comes to the welfare and best interest of their children. A new study reveals just how much parents around the Country take that feeling of responsibility and desire to help their offspring into their adult years.
Washington State Is One Of Two States To See This Increase
Immigration in the United States, legal and not legal, has been a topic of conversation since the Nation's inception. Certain time frames bring increased scrutiny and discussion about policies and control of the border.
Update: Missing West Richland Teen Found
The Washington State Patrol cancelled the Amber Alert for Emma around 3pm Monday afternoon after she was found safe.
This is Washington State’s Deadliest Holiday for Travel
The holidays are a time for joy...festive gatherings with family and friends that allow us to forget about life for a while. Many of us travel to those destinations. Some by plane, others by train, but most of us do so behind the wheel or as a passenger in a car.
Will The Weather Cooperate for Thanksgiving In The Tri-Cities?
Thanksgiving has always been interesting when it comes to weather patterns in the Tri-Cities. The first Thanksgiving I spent in the area, back in 2000, it snowed. I also experienced my first Chinook wind around that time and watched nearly all of that snowfall disappear.
A Washington State Tradition Survives the Axe…For Now
After much speculation about the future of a 115 year Washington State institution, the news came yesterday that it will be preserved for the immediate future. To some, it may simply be a football game. To others, it is a cherished rivalry between the gridirons version of David and Goliath to a degree