PASCO, Wash. - KNDU wants to know, "What's on your mind?"
Wednesday we're hosting another "We're Listening" event at Columbia Basin College.
We want to know what issues are important to you, and how we can help improve our community. Here are some issues people say they're concerned about.
"Raising my family to be safe, to be successful and what they want to do in life," said Gloria Tompkins, Pasco resident.
"I think school safety would be a big thing, just considering we've had a lot of problems at our school specifically," said Kylie Lynch, Pasco High School student.
"On the news all we hear about is all the crime around here it would be nice to know if there's something we can do," said Tara Martin, Columbia Basin College student.
"The unemployment. It's not real easy to find a good job," said Jack Gilette, concerned about jobs.
"Gas prices going up, you know it's hitting everybody's pocket. So it's like what do we do?" said Roger Tovar, worried about gas prices.
Come tell us which issues you're concerned about. We'll be at CBC from 11:30 to 12:30 in the afternoon, in the Congress Room at the Student Union Building.