Road to Reopening
TRI-CITIES, WA - Dessert before breakfast! Twin 12-year-olds Yash and Veer are satisfying your sweet tooth this morning with their recipe for Chocolate Cups with Whipped Cream.
TRI-CITIES, WA - The reopening process for Washington state is impacting the local real estate market. Buyers and sellers are taking public health precautions and using virtual platforms to comply with Governor Inslee's orders.
TRI-CITIES, WA - Students have been learning from home for nearly two months now, but many working parents are still trying to juggle their career with teaching their kids.
MILTON FREEWATER, OR - Even though school events and performances are cancelled for the rest of the school year, members of the Crimson & Black Choir at McLoughlin High School found a way to put on a show.
PASCO, WA - Pasco Parks & Rec has another creative craft for your kids to try at home. This morning, they're showing families how to make mom's day with Homemade Mother's Day Cards!
PASCO, WA - If you feel like you're gaining the quarantine-15, it's not too late to get back on track with your nutrition. In honor of Cinco de Mayo, Pasco Specialty Kitchen is sharing a healthy Mexican recipe you can try at home.
KENNEWICK, WA - If you're looking to up your sandwich game at home, try turning a classic combo into a panini! 12-year-old Nick Malisani from Kennewick is showing us how to turn common household ingredients into a delicious meal in quarantine.
TRI-CITIES, WA - Washington Governor Jay Inslee announced a plan on Friday to allow construction workers to return to their job sites in phases.
TRI-CITIES, WA - It can be hard to stay active while staying home, but it's important to set aside time for family fitness. If you're willing to get creative and try out new ideas, fitness can be a fun experience for the whole family.
PROSSER, WA - Residents at a Prosser retirement home were shown some love last Friday afternoon with a parade.
PASCO, WA - Pasco Parks & Rec has another creative craft for your kids to try at home. This morning, they're showing families how to make Paper Towel Roll Flowers!
MAPLE VALLEY, WA - Did you know you can enjoy the taste of Olive Garden breadsticks without even leaving your home? 11-year-old Adrianna and her 8-year-old brother Lito are showing us how to make them in your own oven!
SUNNYSIDE, WA - Many parents still have unanswered questions about learning from home since all in-person classes were cancelled for the rest of the school year. That's why we asked viewers to share their concerns with us on Facebook.
TRI-CITIES, WA - In honor of National Library Week, Mid-Columbia Libraries is sharing their top book recommendations for students by grade level. Even though libraries are closed during the Stay-At-Home order, Mid-Columbia Libraries has a variety of online resources to keep students reading …
PASCO, WA - With the Stay-At-Home order still in place, your pets may be wondering why you're spending more time around the house. A change in routine may require pet owners to find creative ways to care for them.
TRI-CITIES, WA - In honor of National Library Week, we want to help our local parents teach literacy to kids at home. No matter how old your child is, there are ways to improve their reading level and track their individual progress.
The Commissioners are calling the statewide regulations unconstitutional and say they will file a lawsuit against governor Inslee, citing a state law that puts a 30 day limit on Inslee’s executive order.
"We have a constitutional attorney right now and we are formulating a suit against the governor. Commissioner Peck brought up the fact that beyond 30 days- the governor doesn't have the ability to extend this emergency proclamation without the legislature's approval," Didier said.
However, NBC Right Now has obtained the signed letter addressed to Inslee from the legislature, dated on April 15th and it legally approves all state extended executive orders, and thus goes against Didiers' claims.
PASCO, WA - Pasco Parks & Rec has another creative craft for your kids to try at home. This morning, they're showing families how to make Coffee Filter Butterflies!
TRI-CITIES, WA - It can be tough to get yourself to do anything while stuck at home. Some days, it's hard to get off the couch and get moving. It's not always easy, but there are ways to stay motivated during the Stay-At-Home order.
Currently in Kennewick
- Hundreds gather for a parking lot party, hosted by a local restaurant during COVID
- Umatilla County Search and Rescue Find Lost Mushroom Hunters
- Homicide on Sunday near Sunnyside
- Churches holding in-person services aganist stay home orrder
- 'It's disheartening and definitely heart breaking for the athletes': thousands of dollars worth of Special Olympics equipment stolen
- Press Release Update on the Terrace Heights Robbery
- Governor Inslee releases pet grooming requirements and new counties eligible for Phase 2 reopening
- Additional counties approved to move to phase two of Gov. Jay Inslee's Safe Start plan
- Middleton Six Sons Farms cancels annual asparagus festival
- First WA Dept. of Corrections officer dies of COVID-19 complications