TRI-CITIES, WA - Animals aren't just pets; they're family. That's why a Richland woman spends her free time fighting for animals without a home.
Many families have been stressed trying to balance virtual school with working from home. As they navigate the ongoing challenges of education in 2021, one thing that can help is practicing mindfulness.
A local motivator is hosting a free online workshop to help you have your best year yet. Setting aside time for reflection and goal-setting can help you identify what you want to accomplish and who you want to be in 2021.
Many people are looking for a fresh start now that 2020 is finally behind us. As we head into a more hopeful year, it's essential to start 2021 with a fresh perspective.
Since April of 2019, Deb Sporcich has been the Director of the Tri-Cities Animal Shelter. She started as a volunteer dog walker for the shelter and is now wrapping up her last few weeks as Director.
RICHLAND, WA - Cancer has a devastating impact on those who have it, and the people around them. A local college student knows what it's like to watch from the sidelines. Now, she's being honored for all the love and support she's provided over the years.
YAKIMA, WA - For nearly two decades now a group of volunteers have been lighting up neighborhoods with hundreds of thousands of lights on wheels. Nothing says Christmas cheer quite like roaring engines, honking horns and so, so, so much tape to hold down those lights.
The pandemic has widened the learning gap. K-8 students are experiencing the "COVID slide," with school disruptions negatively impacting student achievement.
It can be tough to get out of bed in the morning, especially during a global pandemic. One thing that may help you get motivated again is finding something to look forward to.
Currently in Kennewick
- Washington Board of Health says they will not enact mandatory covid-19 quarantine during Wednesday meeting
- WA Board of Health did not enact covid internment camps or vaccine mandate for students at Wednesday Meeting
- Yakima Valley Highway accident kills two
- Kadlec responds to Inslee's press conference
- Kennewick Police investigating stabbing at Columbia Center Mall
- School Delays and Closures for Friday, January 14th
- Yakima stepmother arrested for strangling 4 year-old
- Labor and Industries department fines three WA companies for repeat offenses
- Missing Pasco teen found dead outside Saturday morning
- Vietnam War soldier from Grandview identified after over 50 years