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  • Pasco couple combines their passions through a School of Ballet and Capoeira

    A Pasco couple is helping people find their center- through fitness. Kate and Deshawn Robins started a school of Capoeira and Ballet in January called "Find Your Center." If you aren't familiar with Capoeira, it's otherwise known as a form of martial arts. Kate and Deshawn decided to combine both in one studio. Their motivation in doing so- "Both of these art forms are complicated and they both have a lot of history. We both had experiences tha...
  • At this point, officers do not know there conditions. Police do have a 34-year-old man in custody. We are expecting an update Monday afternoon on this case.At this point, officers do not know there conditions. Police do have a 34-year-old man in custody.

    Teen hit and killed by train in Toppenish

    TOPPENISH, Wash.- A railroad official says one of its trains struck and killed a 17-year-old boy.    BNSF Railway spokesman Gus Melonas says the collision occurred at about 8 a.m. Saturday in Toppenish in south-central Washington.    Melonas says the eastbound train with empty grain cars was traveling 47 mph when the crew saw the boy between the rails on the tracks.    He says the crew applied the emergency braking system but failed to stop in time. The b...
  • Strides Therapeutic Riding Center participant shares testimony story

    Therapy through horses- that's what one organization called Strides is working to do for those with disabilities and veterans. One rider has been apart of the organization for 12 years now and has come a long way since joining the program. Braxton first started riding horses when he was little. His mom, Shandiin Schwensimam, says initially he wouldn't even go near a horse, let alone get on one. 12 years later Braxton is now freely riding by himself. Tori Heckman and Melissa ...
  • Rebuilding Mid-Columbia improves 5 families' lives in one day

    There are so many organizations across the Tri-Cities that go above and beyond to give back to our community; one of them being Rebuilding Mid-Columbia.

  • Longtime shelter cat with diabetes still waits for his "furever" home

    Every shelter pet deserves a forever home, no matter how long they've been there. 

  • PSD teachers receive grants from Washington FFA Foundation

    Two Pasco School District agricultural science teachers have been selected to receive thousands of dollars in grant money from the state legislature to help advance agricultural science education.

  • Puerto Rican Dust Devils player reflects on state of his home territory

    As the Dust Devils season gets underway, one player's thoughts are on his hometown in Puerto Rico after the devastating blow from Hurricane Maria last year. 

  • Two arrested for illicit drug distribution in College Place

    On Thursday, June 14, Walla Walla Police Narcotics detectives served a search warrant in the 00 block of SE 3rd Street in College Place. 

  • Mechanical issues causes RV to catch fire

    KENNEWICK, WA - A RV is destroyed after it caught fire due to mechanical issues.

  • What's next for the public safety sales tax

    $13 million: that's how much money the public safety sales tax has in the bank to help local programs and organizations. But, there's $36 million worth of requests.

  • Throwback Thursday: Old Richfield Service Station

    For this week's Throwback Thursday, we're heading back to 1943. 

  • After Walla Walla rape conviction, more potential victims are encouraged to speak up

    A case involving a well-known young man convicted by a jury of rape has the small town of Walla Walla a bit shaken up. 

  • Investigation into former fire captain began with Craigslist ad

    A former Benton County Fire Captain is spending three years in prison and once released will have ten years of probation and will have to register as a sex offender. 

  • Soap Lake fire 100 percent contained, firefighters say

    All evacuations for the Soap Lake Fire have been lifted. 

  • BCFD#1 asks voters to consider levy to improve EMS response times

    Benton County Fire District #1 is asking voters to consider a levy for emergency medical service (EMS) this fall to improve patient care and ambulance response times. 

  • National Anthem auditions for Benton Franklin Fair & Rodeo

    Know anyone who can belt out the National Anthem? The Benton Franklin Fair is now accepting video submissions from potential National Anthem singers for this year's event. 

  • DOE begins removal of radioactive sludge stored near Columbia River at Hanford

    The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and its contractor CH2M HILL Plateau Remediation Company (CHPRC) have begun removing highly radioactive sludge from temporary storage near the Columbia River to a more secure long-term storage location near the center of the Hanford site. 

  • DEA leading drug investigation in Kennewick

    Agents were on scene early Wednesday morning at a home on East 25th Avenue. 

  • How Rebuilding the Mid-Columbia works

    Last week, NBC Right Now aired and published a story of a local woman who was disappointed with the home renovation project she received from a local non-profit. 

  • Tuesday afternoon Zintel Canyon fire quickly put out

    Firefighters are keeping an eye on Zintel Canyon in Kennewick tonight after a fire there just a few hours ago. 

  • Tri-Cities Cancer Center welcomes new director of marketing and business development

    The Tri-Cities Cancer Center is pleased to welcome Ken Gamboa as their new Director of Marketing and Business Development. 

  • Port, City of Pasco and Tri-Cities Public Market Foundation release survey

    Is the Tri-Cities ripe for a vibrant, year-round marketplace that serves both locals and tourists, in the same way that the iconic Pike Place Market in Seattle or the Pybus Market in Wenatchee delight thousands of patrons each year? 

  • Richland School District's free summer meals program

    The Richland School District will be offering a free summer meals program for any child 18 and younger at five different sites this summer.

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  • Pasco couple combines their passions through a School of Ballet and Capoeira

    Pasco couple combines their passions through a School of Ballet and Capoeira

    Sunday, June 17 2018 4:52 PM EDT2018-06-17 20:52:03 GMT
    A Pasco couple is helping people find their center- through fitness. Kate and Deshawn Robins started a school of Capoeira and Ballet in January called "Find Your Center." If you aren't familiar with Capoeira, it's otherwise known as a form of martial arts. Kate and Deshawn decided to combine both in one studio. Their motivation in doing so- "Both of these art forms are complicated and they both have a lot of history. We both had experiences tha...More >>
    A Pasco couple is helping people find their center- through fitness. Kate and Deshawn Robins started a school of Capoeira and Ballet in January called "Find Your Center." If you aren't familiar with Capoeira, it's otherwise known as a form of martial arts. Kate and Deshawn decided to combine both in one studio. Their motivation in doing so- "Both of these art forms are complicated and they both have a lot of history. We both had experiences tha...More >>
  • Teen hit and killed by train in Toppenish

    Teen hit and killed by train in Toppenish

    Saturday, June 16 2018 7:25 PM EDT2018-06-16 23:25:24 GMT
    At this point, officers do not know there conditions. Police do have a 34-year-old man in custody. We are expecting an update Monday afternoon on this case.At this point, officers do not know there conditions. Police do have a 34-year-old man in custody.At this point, officers do not know there conditions. Police do have a 34-year-old man in custody. We are expecting an update Monday afternoon on this case.At this point, officers do not know there conditions. Police do have a 34-year-old man in custody.
    At this point, officers do not know there conditions. Police do have a 34-year-old man in custody. We are expecting an update Monday afternoon on this case.At this point, officers do not know there conditions. Police do have a 34-year-old man in custody.At this point, officers do not know there conditions. Police do have a 34-year-old man in custody. We are expecting an update Monday afternoon on this case.At this point, officers do not know there conditions. Police do have a 34-year-old man in custody.
    TOPPENISH, Wash.- A railroad official says one of its trains struck and killed a 17-year-old boy.    BNSF Railway spokesman Gus Melonas says the collision occurred at about 8 a.m. Saturday in Toppenish in south-central Washington.    Melonas says the eastbound train with empty grain cars was traveling 47 mph when the crew saw the boy between the rails on the tracks.    He says the crew applied the emergency braking system but failed to stop in time. The b...More >>
    TOPPENISH, Wash.- A railroad official says one of its trains struck and killed a 17-year-old boy.    BNSF Railway spokesman Gus Melonas says the collision occurred at about 8 a.m. Saturday in Toppenish in south-central Washington.    Melonas says the eastbound train with empty grain cars was traveling 47 mph when the crew saw the boy between the rails on the tracks.    He says the crew applied the emergency braking system but failed to stop in time. The b...More >>
  • Strides Therapeutic Riding Center participant shares testimony story

    Strides Therapeutic Riding Center participant shares testimony story

    Saturday, June 16 2018 5:52 PM EDT2018-06-16 21:52:51 GMT
    Therapy through horses- that's what one organization called Strides is working to do for those with disabilities and veterans. One rider has been apart of the organization for 12 years now and has come a long way since joining the program. Braxton first started riding horses when he was little. His mom, Shandiin Schwensimam, says initially he wouldn't even go near a horse, let alone get on one. 12 years later Braxton is now freely riding by himself. Tori Heckman and Melissa ...More >>
    Therapy through horses- that's what one organization called Strides is working to do for those with disabilities and veterans. One rider has been apart of the organization for 12 years now and has come a long way since joining the program. Braxton first started riding horses when he was little. His mom, Shandiin Schwensimam, says initially he wouldn't even go near a horse, let alone get on one. 12 years later Braxton is now freely riding by himself. Tori Heckman and Melissa ...More >>