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  • Metal Art Competition at Columbia Basin College

    Today, students from high schools in the area tested their minds and their hands in a metal art competition at Columbia Basin College.

  • Water main break connected to pump house fire in Selah

    Public Works is looking into the cause of a water main break in Selah early Friday morning.

  • CBC students competing in NASA Mars rover competition

    Today, Columbia Basin College High School Academy unveiled its Mars rover for a NASA competition in Alabama. 

  • Toppenish man sentenced to 6.5 years prison for voluntary manslaughter

    25-year-old Nolan Patrick John III of Toppenish was sentenced after having pleaded guilty on December 6, 2017, to voluntary manslaughter. 

  • Throwback Thursday: Richland in the 50's and 60's

    For this week's Throwback Thursday, we head back into the fifties and sixties.  

  • Health district flu report: 20 flu-related deaths since December

    Twenty influenza-related deaths have been reported to Benton-Franklin Health District since mid-December. 

  • Pasco's new boat camera to help with water rescues

    Thanks to funds donated by the Andeavor Foundation (formally Tesoro), Pasco Fire Department was able to obtain a FLIR camera. 

  • Local teens talk about what it's like living in fear of school shootings

    Benjamin Ullman and Graysen Rhoten are students at Southridge High School. They say they think about the possibility of a school shooting every day. 

  • Millennial March: From dancer to dance academy director

    "Millennials aren't lazy... they aren't spoiled... they aren't given everything," says Sarah Marquis, owner and artistic director of Melody Lane Dance Academy. 

  • Tri-City Chamber of Commerce launches MyTri2030

    We've said it before, and we'll say it again: the Tri-Cities is booming with new businesses, schools and now, new ideas. 

  • One injured after gang-related shooting Wednesday night

    At 8:56 p.m. Wednesday night, officers were called to the 1300 block of S. 11th Avenue to a shots fired call.

  • Yakima PD investigating possible gang-related shooting

    Yakima Police are investigating it as gang-related and say it happened near north 24th avenue and Jerome.  

  • If you know anything give them a call at (509) 545-3510. This is a developing story and will be updated.

    Man arrested in Sunnyside assault

    A man is in custody for stabbing another man in Sunnyside. 

  • Ellensburg PD investigating after teens break in, rob home

    A 17-year-old is in custody and Ellensburg police are looking for another teen after police say they broke in and robbed a home.

  • Selah firefighters called to pump house blaze

    The fire started about 4 a.m. Thursday. When crews got to the scene one of the doors to the building was open.

  • Benton County Public Safety Sales Tax questions answered, but no solution found

    A lot of people in Benton County have questions about the Public Safety Sales Tax.

  • Hermiston High School walkout on March 14

    We spoke with Hermiston High School's principal about what the staff expected from the students on national school walkout day. 

  • Delta High School's March 14 walkout

    Wednesday morning when the clock struck 10, Delta High School's sidewalks were filled with students taking part in the national walkout. 

  • Eisenhower High School holds assembly against school violence on March 14

    There was no walkout at Eisenhower High School... instead students chose to come together and take a stand against school violence. 

  • Walla Walla High School's March 14 walkout

    Almost a fourth of Walla Walla High School's student body stopped what they were doing right at 10 Wednesday morning and went to the quad to stand in solidarity and fight for safer schools.

  • Apartments at WSU Tri-Cities now accepting applications, to open August 2018

    The apartments currently being constructed on the Washington State University Tri-Cities campus are now taking applications for when they open this fall.

  • Richland School District releases March 14 walkout numbers, schools

    The Richland School District released information regarding student walkouts that took place at approximately 10:00 a.m. Wednesday morning.

  • Richland PD Chief Chris Skinner a finalist for police chief in Eugene, OR

    Chris Skinner, currently serving as Chief of Police for Richland Police Department, is a police chief finalist for the City of Eugene, Oregon. 

  • Kennewick man given 10 years for having over 47,000 images of child pornography

    53-year-old Wayne Lee Lafferty of Kennewick was sentenced after having pleaded guilty on October 24, 2017, to possession of child pornography. 

  • City of Ellensburg hosts forum that encourages students to speak up

    Since the deadly shooting last month in Parkland, Florida, school and student safety has been a top priority across the country. 

  • Benton Co. commissioners vote to ban marijuana production

    No more marijuana production and processing facilities in Benton County - commissioners voted to ban any new ones at a meeting this morning. 

  • Millennial March: A Hermiston man and his pro wrestling company

    25-year-old William Quintana started Prestige a little over a year ago: now, his business has grown and even includes some former WWE superstars. 

  • Simeon Howard sentenced to 7.5 years for shooting death of Thomas De Leon

    Almost two years after the death of a young man, one of the two men who shot and killed him found out how long he'll spend in prison for the crime. 

  • One injured after vehicle malfunctions, causing rollover into oncoming lanes of I-182

    One man is injured after his vehicle had equipment failure and rolled across the median into oncoming lanes of I-182 just outside of Prosser. 

  • Help local non-profits through your Amazon purchases with Amazon Smile

    In the final months of 2017, Amazon made a profit of $1.9 billion. Some of that money is then donated to hundreds of non-profit organizations across the country, including right here in Yakima at Yakima Valley Partners Habitat For Humanity. 

  • Fire Commissioners to consider EMS levy for Benton County Fire District #1

    Waiting a long time for an ambulance in Benton County Fire District #1 could be over. 

  • CRIME STOPPERS: Ariel Chipres Contreras

    Pasco Police and Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers are looking for an Ariel Chipres Contreras. 

  • Local students and school districts prepare for Wednesday's national walkout

    Students and school districts across the nation are getting ready for this Wednesday's national walkout to push for more gun safety laws. 

  • Pasco School District releases statement on possible student walkout

    Pasco School District released information regarding the possibility of student walkout protests on March 14, 2018.

  • Man arrested after wild chase in Wapato

    Just after midnight Wednesday morning,  deputies with the Yakima County Sheriff's Department tried to stop a car they believe was  stolen out of Yakima.  

  • Millennial March: Young realtor in top 1 percent of her field

    Jennifer Phipps and her husband decided to become realtors a little over two years ago. 

  • Hermiston Police to respond to all non-planned fire alarms

    The Hermiston Police Department will now go to all activated fire alarms in the area except for planned drills. 

  • Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences to expand campus using tax-exempt bonds

    Thanks to tax-exempt bonds issued by the Washington Higher Education Facilities Authority, Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences will add a new two-story building of classrooms and other academic spaces to its Yakima campus.

  • Millennial March: TV watching is changing

    Millennials have their own way of watching television and it's different than any generation before. Most of them are considered 'cord-cutters.'

  • Police searching for 60-year-old chase suspect

    Law enforcement in Benton County are searching for a 60-year-old man after he led them on a chase through Prosser Monday morning.

  • Pasco man sentenced to 27 years prison for conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine

    37-year-old Jose Martin Aguilar of Pasco was sentenced after pleading guilty to conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine. 

  • North Spokane homicide suspect arrested in Tri-Cities

    KENNEWICK: A homicide investigation crossed county lines Saturday morning as a suspect was finally arrested in the Tri-Cities.  It all started in North Spokane. On Thursday, March 8th, police got a call from someone saying they heard a gunshot and saw a car speeding away, and shortly after they got another call from Holy Family Hospital, saying a man had shown up in a car carrying another man who was dead.  The Spokane Police Department alerted the Kennewick Police De...
  • Yakima man hopes to give fallen medal of honor recipient a proper memorial

    A hero is buried at a local cemetery, but his grave has just a marker. Now, a Yakima man is leading the effort to get him a proper memorial. 

  • Yakima native prepares to compete in the Paralympics

    Perhaps even more than the Olympics, the Paralympic Games share the stories and accomplishments of some of the world's most remarkable individuals. 

  • Cattle truck tips on SR-730 near Wallula Junction

    Early this morning, a cattle truck crashed on SR-730 near milepost 3, leaving over 30 cows on the side of the road. 

  • Nagasaki survivor tours B Reactor, visits Richland High School

    A Japanese man that was affected by the Nagasaki bombing during World World II took a tour of the B Reactor at the Hanford Site as part of a project to unify Nagasaki and Richland. 

  • Second of 26 arrested in "Net Nanny" operation pleads guilty

    It's been more than six months now since police arrested 26 men during a sex sting called Operation 'Net Nanny.'

  • Sex offender arrested by U.S. Marshals Task Force for multiple arsons in Yakima

    On Monday, the U.S. Marshals Service led Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Task Force (PNVOTF) arrested 21-year-old Ronald Edward Taylor Jr. in Selah, Washington. 

  • Suspects sought after attempting to sell stolen property

    On March 8, 33-year-old Crystal Ann Wanserske and 27-year-old Robert James Wood attempted to sell stolen property to law enforcement in an undercover operation. 

  • Report: Missteps exposed nuclear workers to contamination

    A new report says mistakes and mismanagement are to blame for the exposure of workers at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in Washington state to radioactive particles in December. 

  • Walla Walla police arrest man after chase

    Walla Walla police arrested a man who led them on a chase. 

  • KPD recovers drugs, cash in bust

    A recent arrest turned into a major drug bust for Kennewick Police. 

  • Two people escape Yakima house fire, firefighters save pet cat

    The people who live there got out on their own after being alerted by the fire alarm.  

  • Pasco Police investigating 'shot fired' near Memorial Park

    Pasco Police need your help finding someone who shot a gun near Memorial Park Thursday afternoon. 

  • Man pleads guilty to 2016 murder in Tieton

    Saul Rios' sentencing is scheduled for April 17th in Yakima County Superior Court.

  • Millennial March: A married couple giving back to future generations

    Even though some people may think of millennials as kids, this local millennial couple works with kids, giving back to our future generations and challenging the notions about this innovative group of people. 

  • Two Yakima Valley College students recognized for their excellence

    For the past 20 years, Washington has recognized outstanding students who go to two-year community and technical colleges. 

  • Local judge arrested for DUI

    A local judge is on the other side of the law tonight. 55-year-old Judge Terry M. Tanner was arrested for driving drunk and crashing his car near his Badger Canyon home in Richland.

  • Three injured after rollover crash south of Kennewick

    Three people were injured in a rollover crash that happened just south of Kennewick around 2:30 this afternoon.

  • CRIME STOPPERS: Chelsea C. Ward

    Kennewick Police and Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers are looking for a Chelsea C. Ward. 

  • Suspect arrested after assault in White Swan

    On March 7, 2018, at approximately 10:50 a.m., Yakima County Sheriff’s Office deputies and officers from the Yakama Nation Police Department were dispatched to the 1200 block of Shaker Church Road regarding a possible assault.

  • Suspect still at large after pursuit ends in recovery of stolen vehicle

    Shortly before 9 a.m. on March 7, Umatilla County Deputy Daugherty was dispatched to 78626 Agnew Road, Hermiston in response to the sighting of a wanted person, 36-year-old Naythan Olney, associated with that address. 

  • New program hopes to boost safety in Yakima schools

    Schools in Yakima are hoping to increase safety by inviting officers in for a free meal.   

  • KPD looking for wanted man

    Police say Eddie Springer was driving a silver Lexus when he rammed his ex-girlfriend's car. 

  • Fred Meyer president awards checks to responders of Richland store fire

    After a fire in late January that caused millions of dollars in damages, the Richland Fred Meyer welcomed both the police and fire departments to thank them for their efforts in getting them back up and running. 

  • Granger student, parent weigh in on their school's backpack ban

    Today we spoke with a student and a parent to get local opinions on the Granger School District's decision to ban backpacks in schools.

  • Wind straightens out a crooked Wapato barn

    People across the country make money flipping houses, including one Yakima contractor who found an old barn in Wapato she wanted to save. 

  • Pasco high schools switching to trimesters

    Starting next year, Pasco and Chiawana High School will be moving from semesters to trimesters in order to help students earn the 24 credits they need to graduate. 

  • Millennial March: Millennials and their ''side hustles''

    Millennials have coined the term 'side hustle.' It's essentially a second job... sort of. 

  • Classroom Makeover: Congratulations, Mrs. Green!

    A seventh grade teacher at Park Middle School is the latest Classroom Makeover winner! 

  • Energy Northwest CEO picked to bring new nuclear reactors online

    Nawah Energy Company, based in the United Arab Emirates, announced their selection today of Mark reddemann as their new CEO. 

  • Kwik-Lok: A major bread clip producer right in Yakima

    One of the largest producers of bread and produce clips is nestled right here in the Yakima Valley. 

  • Local affect of the new steel and aluminum tariffs

    Just last week, President Trump called for raising tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum manufacturers.

  • Regardless of DACA decision, a Yakima business continues to help Dreamers

    For now, DACA remains in place... this comes after Congress was unable to present a solution today.

  • Wine production may be down, but it may not be a bad thing

    The 2017 "Grape Crush Report", by the Washington State Wine Commission, showed a decrease in wine production last year.  

  • Boehnke officially announces run for 8th District seat

    Today, Matt Boehnke officially threw his hat in the ring to replace longtime Representative Larry Haler in the 8th Congressional District. 

  • Manhattan Project National Historical Park recruiting Teacher-Ranger-Teacher for summer 2018

    Educators in the Tri-Cities have the opportunity to apply to be the first Teacher-Ranger-Teacher at the Manhattan Project National Historical Park (Manhattan Project NHP), Hanford Unit. 

  • Millennial March: An online crochet business with a personal touch

    A woman in Richland followed her dreams and turned a lifelong passion into a small business online by making funky crochet pieces. 

  • Millennial March: Author, podcaster, and owner of NUYU Juice Bar

    Can you imagine starting a business, writing your own book that's on Amazon, and having your own globally streaming podcast...all before the age of 20? 

  • Missing cats and coyote problems near Canyon Lakes

    People who live near Canyon Lakes in Kennewick are worried for their animals' and kids' safety with recent coyote activity. 

  • Weekend Warriors: Local teacher has closet full of food and supplies for students

    PROSSER-  School is a place where children should only have to worry about learning, but for low-income children that's not always the case. Students might come to school hungry, or not have the supplies they need. If you take a step inside the two red doors of Prosser High School, chance are you'll find everyday heroes. Though, there's one special warrior, Brett Dillahunt, who's going the extra mile to impact his students lives. "The Prosser school district is over 60 pe...

  • Man dies from self-inflicted knife wound during police standoff

    GRANDVIEW- Police say a 41-year-old man died from a self-inflicted knife wound after a police standoff on the 400 block of West 5th Street. Police got a call saying that the man would not let the woman or her two children out of the house. Once officers arrived they saw the man restraining a female. Officers made their way into the home and confronted the man who pulled out a knife. The man then cut himself while approaching the officers. GPD said the man and the police got into a p...
  • Suspect in apparent Prosser murder-suicide dies from injuries

    A man and a woman are dead after an apparent murder-suicide that took place in a Prosser orchard.

  • Man arrested for assaulting, attempting to rob two women

    Early this morning, officers responded to a disturbance at Days Inn where a gunshot was heard. 

  • Extras wanted for feature film

    In the world of All Sorts, professional folder filing is a competitive sport, and Granger High School alumnus J. Rick Castañeda (Cement Suitcase) wants you to get in on the action! 

  • New UCSO All-Terrain vehicle deployed twice on first day

    The Umatilla County Sheriff's Office's new ATV was deployed twice on its first day on the job. 

  • Police investigating shooting at Central Michigan University

    MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (AP) - School officials say police are responding to a report of shots fired at a residence hall at Central Michigan University. The university said Friday morning that the report concerns Campbell Hall on its campus in Mount Pleasant. The university says the suspect is still at large, and police are urging students to take shelter. The city says the male suspect is considered armed and dangerous. The school released the information on its Facebook page around...

  • Students compete in engineering competition with help of Hanford contractors

    About four hundred students from ten different schools gathered at the Kennewick High School gym to participate in the Engineers Week friendly competition. 

  • Perceived threat towards West Valley High School

    The Yakima County Sheriff's Office sent out a press release regarding a perceived threat at West Valley High School on March 1.

  • FBI arrests Yakima man on assault and sex abuse charges of Oregon woman

    On Tuesday, February 27, FBI agents arrested 34-year-old Almonzo Antonio Castaneda on charges of sexual abuse, assault of a spouse or intimate partner by strangulation and assault by striking, beating or wounding. 

  • Coroner asking public's help returning cremains to family

    The Franklin County Coroner’s office is seeking help from the public in finding Next of Kin for a JoAnn Marie Bendel. 

  • Sunnyside School District releases statement following school threats

    In wake of a recent series of school threats, the Sunnyside School District released a statement.

  • No one injured after small aircraft crashes near Milton-Freewater

    Shortly after 9 a.m. on Tuesday, February 28, Umatilla County Sheriff's Office received a call that a single engine Piper Arrow aircraft had gone down in the area of Government Mountain Road, about 13 miles east of the City of Milton-Freewater. 

  • Coming soon to Walla Walla: Eritage Wine Resort

    When we think of Walla Walla, most of our thoughts wander to great wine, fantastic food, and beautiful views. 

  • Police look to identity homeless man found dead at park

    Authorities are working to identify a homeless man found dead at a Washington park.

  • Moses Lake woman charged with creating child porn

    WALLA WALLA- US Marshals have arrested a Walla Walla woman for child pornography.  Katrina Adams, 25, has been federally indicted on charges that include production of child pornography, distribution of child pornography, receipt of child pornography and conspiracy to produce child pornography. She also faces state charges for the sexual assault of the 2 1/2 year-old victim. Her co-defendant 32-year-old Mikhail Ageyev is currently  in the Grant County Jail facing s...

  • Missing Pendleton man found safe

    PENDLETON- A missing Pendleton man has been found safe, more than a thousand miles away from home. Police say 29-year-old Drew Langton was reported missing on Monday morning. Friends and family tried to get a hold of him, but his phone was off. On Wednesday, border patrol in northern Texas found Langton alone and in good health.  His family says this is completely out of character for him and he isn't speaking to anyone about what happened. 
  • Explosive found at Prosser High School

    Three separate threats today at three different schools, all within 17 miles of each other...the first coming in at 7 a.m. Tuesday morning at Prosser High.

  • Volunteers improving beginning segment of Badger Mountain

    If you've been to Badger Mountain this past week, you probably noticed tractors all over the place or people carrying shovels around. 

  • Writer and chef shares Chinese cuisine experiences

    A famous author, journalist, and chef stopped by the Capitol Theatre in Yakima to share a bit about her experiences with Chinese cuisine. 

  • Level III sex offender residence notification: Louis Walter Brock

    Brock was convicted on July 24, 1985 of Rape In The First Degree.

  • Yakima PD investigating robbery

    YAKIMA- Police are investigating after a car was reported stolen on the 1500 block of South Fair Avenue in Yakima.  It happened about 6:30 a.m. as the victim was warming their car up.  Police tell us the suspect was armed.  He's described as male, possibly Hispanic and police say he was wearing a mask at the time.  Thankfully the victim was not injured.  The car is a white Acura Intregra, license place AGC013.  If you see the car, you're asked to ca...
  • One hospitalized after semi accident blocks I-90 bridge

    On February 27 just after 5:00 a.m., a semi on I-90 lost control just 1 mile east of Cle Elum and slid sideways on a bridge, blocking the bridge.  

  • Student in custody after allegedly bringing gun to school, having suicidal thoughts

    On February 27, YSO deputies were notified by staff at a West Valley School District campus that a student claimed to have brought a firearm to the school on February 26. 

  • Columbia-Snake River Assoc. asks Mattis to help protect dam system

    In an open letter, the Columbia-Snake River Association asked the Secretary of Defense for help in protecting the Columbia-Snake dam system.

  • Benton Co. Fire District #1 plans for levy to decrease response times

    The CDC reports that every 12 seconds, an adult over the age of 65 gets admitted to the ER due to a fall...and every day, 74 of those admitted will die. 

  • Semi-truck crash closes part of I-90

    ELLENSBURG- I-90 westbound is closed near Ellensburg.   A semi flatbed truck hauling load of steel is wedged between bridge rails at milepost 88 and the load is scattered down freeway. Washington State Patrol estimates the road will reopen sometime later today.  One minor injury was reported. 
  • Secretary of Defense James Mattis comes home to give local doctor a medal

    A very special visitor stops by his hometown for a very special award.

  • Falling rocks expected as ridge moves, Emergency Management says

    After receiving reports of increased landslide activity, Yakima Valley Office of Emergency Management and their response partners visually reassessed the area and spoke with the geologists monitoring the slide.

  • Syngenta Seeds in Pasco pays $20,000 settlement for mishandling dangerous waste

    Syngenta Seeds is paying the state to settle violations for improper handling of dangerous waste.

  • Boys & Girls Club releases statement on eyebrow waxing allegations

    The Boys & Girls Clubs of Benton and Franklin Counties released a statement regarding the two complaints from mothers saying a daycare waxed their children's eyebrows.

  • One dead after avalanche buries group of snowmobilers

    KITTITAS COUNTY- One person is dead after an avalanche struck a group of snowmobilers on Stampede Pass. The group of five had stopped for lunch in the area of Lake Keecheluss, south of I-90 when a slope above them broke free. The slide completely buried 32- year-old Joseph Simenstad, his wife 30-year-old Sabeo Simenstad, and 24-year-old Josh Winter. 29-year-old Tyler Johnson and another unnamed man were partially buried. Eventually all of them were dug out of the snow...
  • If you know anything, you are asked to give them a call.

    Investigation finds Washington law enforcement agencies sell and trade guns

    SEATTLE- Law enforcement agencies that sell guns confiscated during criminal investigations, are not just selling pistols, they're also selling assault rifles like the ones used in recent mass shootings.    An Associated Press investigation found sheriff's offices and police departments across Washington state have sold dozens of AR-15s, AK47s and other assault weapons since 2010.    The Washington State Patrol's most recent trade of 330 guns to a dealer in Tenness...
  • 30th annual Tri-Cities Home Builders Association Home and Garden Show

    Starting today, you can head down for the annual Tri-Cities Home Builders Association's Home and Garden Show at the TRAC in Pasco. 

  • Loved ones of Sandra Harris attend killer Wiltse's sentencing

    It's been more than a year since a 69-year-old Kennewick woman was murdered and dumped on the side of the road. 

  • 20-year-old Toppenish homicide victim identified

    The 20-year-old victim found dead with multiple gunshot wounds has been identified.

  • Toppenish School District explains the district's armed staff policy

    It's been a week since 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz opened fire at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida killing 17 people. 

  • Benton Co. Fire District #1's female firefighters are proud to inspire

    Small. Dangerous. Weak. These are all things some might say to describe why women shouldn't be firefighters. But the women of Benton County Fire District #1 are here to bust those stereotypes. 

  • Kennewick students take a stand against gun violence

    Like many students across the country on Wednesday, February 21, students at Kennewick High School made their message clear: do something about gun violence.

  • Armed robbery in Yakima at mini mart

    YAKIMA- On February 21st, 2018 at approximately 9:15 PM, Yakima Police Officers were dispatched to an armed robbery at a mini mart in the 300 block of North 8th Street. While officers were arriving in the area they were advised that a Hispanic or Native American male had entered the store and shot a person while inside during the robbery. Officers found a 63-year-old male inside the store with a gunshot wound to his right leg. Officers applied first aid until medics arrived. The ...
  • Fatal stabbing suspect brought to justice, grieving family expresses relief

    Eight years after Adan Virgen-Ponce stabbed and killed a Pasco man, that man's family is now getting closure after an arrest. 

  • Man offers $25,000 reward for conviction of sister's murderer 47 years later

    A man is still trying to find his sister's murderer 47 years after her death. 

  • USASA competition at White Pass Ski Area

    While the Olympics are taking place in Pyeongchang, over the weekend here, locals participated in a winter sport competition of their own. 

  • Yakima rape suspect enters not guilty plea

    A 29-year-old man is sitting in the Yakima County Jail for rape charges in a case prosecutors are calling horrific. The victim in this case - a 12-year-old girl. 

  • K-9 Grizzly saves the life of a missing Alzheimer’s patient

    Grant County Sheriff’s K-9 Grizzly is being credited with saving the life of a man suffering from Alzheimer’s disease who wandered away from his home overnight. 

  • 2017 Yakima murder cases remain unsolved; victims' families cling to hope

    The First 48 and Forensic Files - two True Crime TV shows centered around how important the first few days after a homicide are for police. 

  • Second victim linked to Pasco fatal stabbing on Feb. 14

    A second murder victim has been identified and found connected to the stabbing in Pasco on February 14, 2018.

  • Reported threat targeting Sunnyside HS found to be re-post from previous threat

    On February 8, 2018 a non-specific threat was discovered written on a girls bathroom stall inside Sunnyside High School dated for February 20, 2017 and appeared to have multiple styles of handwriting. 

  • One dead and another injured after car crash near Wapato

    One person is dead after a car crash near Wapato around 1 p.m on Sunday. 

  • Two suspects sought after gas station employee is assaulted, robbed

    On February 19, 2018 at around 10:20 p.m., Deputy Jeff Brown with the Umatilla County Sheriff's Office responded to Sinclair Gas Station for a reported robbery. 

  • "Fear None" DVDs on sale now

    "Fear None", the 6-episode series following the Richland Bombers football team, is now out on DVD. 

  • How 2 new Queensgate roundabouts will impact nearby businesses

    Richland recently came up with a plan to improve traffic jams near Queensgate and I-82, and it starts sometime next month. 

  • Glenn's Hometown News: Hopping forward in progress in Milton-Freewater

    For this edition of Hometown News, Glenn Cassie had the opportunity to visit a city in northeastern Oregon that's been on his bucket list for quite some time.

  • Want a new experience on the slopes? Try snow yoga

    When you head to the mountains, you mainly think about snowboarding or skiing, but folks at White Pass Ski resort have come up with a new activity: snow yoga, or snow-ga for short.

  • "It Starts With One": new campaign spreads awareness about opioid disposal

    A new campaign is on the rise across Washington State called "It Starts With One." 

  • How to make a fire escape plan for your home

    TIPS ON HOW TO CREATE A BASIC FIRE ESCAPE PLAN BY THE NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION  For more visit: Pull together everyone in your household and make a plan. Walk through your home and inspect all possible exits and escape routes.  Households with children should consider drawing a floor plan of your home, marking two ways out of each room, including ...
  • Fashion Corner: A local dress shop that's popular worldwide

    Where can you find a dress shop that's always seemed to be a one-stop-shop for brides and other women looking for that perfect dress? Right in Sunnyside, WA. 

  • Pasco's Bergstrom tower gets grant towards restoration

    What's old is new again: the old control tower at Pasco's Bergstrom airfield is being restored by volunteers. 

  • 31-year-old Prosser woman arrested for embezzlement

    In November 2017, representative(s) from the Tom Denchel Ford dealership in Prosser contacted the Prosser Police Department about an employee that may be involved in embezzling funds from the dealership.

  • KPD investigating overnight shooting at houses

    Officers responded to 2 residences in the 8200 block of Imnaha and 1 residence in the 2500 block of Entiat for reports of malicious mischief. 

  • Attempted luring avoided, Grandview Police investigating

    On Thursday morning, Feb. 15, at approximately 7:10 a.m. a Grandview Middle School student on her way to school was approached by an individual who attempted to lure her into his car. 

  • Richland park vendor opportunities

    The City of Richland invites vendors who are interested in providing food, beverages, or recreational services in Richland Parks to apply for the 2018 season.

  • "Safe Schools" system provides anonymous tip hotline for students

    After yesterday's terrible shooting in south Florida, we wanted to check in with our local schools to see if there's anything new on keeping our kids safe at school. 

  • Amy Brown pleads not guilty to shooting, killing best friend

    The woman accused of shooting and killing her best friend in Prosser over the weekend was back in court on Thursday.

  • Rumors about Zillah HS threat put to rest by authorities

    As details came out about yesterday's mass shooting, one of our viewers reached out to us about a possible threat at Zillah High School.  

  • Yakima woman who hit teen with car is identified by police

    Thanks to a downtown business, police found the woman who hit a Yakima teenager with her car. 

  • Washington Senate votes to abolish death penalty

    The Washington Senate has passed a measure to abolish the state's death penalty.