We've reached the time of year when it always seems to be dark outside. As it gets darker and colder out there, the changing seasons may impact your mood and mindset.With holidays anticipated to be different or cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, symptoms of seasonal depression could…
So many people are suffering from anxiety and depression right now. That's why we're sharing resources to help our community get through it.
Join us on Wake Up Northwest the week of August 24th for facts, stats, and local stories to help adults and kids get into a "Healthy Headspace".
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KENNEWICK, WA - With so much fear and uncertainty in the world, a local author is trying to help by releasing a brand new children's book.
TRI-CITIES, WA - More than two-thirds of U.S. adults say the 2020 Election is a significant source of stress in their life, according to a recent poll conducted on behalf of the American Psychological Association.
TRI-CITIES, WA - The "Good Health is Good Business" 6-Week Wellness Challenge is back at a time when many people need it most. For the 9th consecutive year, the Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce is motivating the community to practice holistic wellness through a challenge that tracks phy…
TRI-CITIES, WA - With all that's happened in 2020, social media posts and comments have become more negative and divisive than ever before. While going online is a great way to stay connected, what you see could do you more harm than good.
If you have a lot on your plate right now and are feeling more stressed and anxious than normal, experts say it's important to prioritize your mental wellness.
When suicide became a part of their lives, the owners of Dunham Cellars wanted to get involved with bringing awareness to mental health somehow.
TRI-CITIES, WA - Navigating the ups and downs of the pandemic is a challenge for all of us, adults and children alike. While kids may or may not be struggling themselves, they'll likely notice if their parents are. Sharing your struggles with your kids can, in turn, teach them how to cope wi…
TRI-CITIES, WA - We are almost six months into this pandemic. When it's eventually all said and done, will you have wasted this time, or used it to do something positive?
When a local family lost their son to suicide, parents created a nonprofit called "Blessed by Kess." Their focus is to promote mental health awareness.
WALLA WALLA, WA - Staying connected is more important now than ever. With so many people feeling isolated, anxious, or stressed during the pandemic, it’s essential to reach out for help or offer it to others.
If you've been feeling more stressed or anxious lately, you are not alone.
Several community organizations are spreading hope and support for people struggling with anxiety, depression and other mental health challenges.
WALLA WALLA, WA - Starting the conversation about mental health is not an easy task, but talking about it is key to break down the barriers to suicide prevention. A men's mental health support group in Walla Walla called "Men In The Middle" encourages men to open up in hopes of coming together.
TRI-CITIES, WA - Change is inevitable at the start of the new school year, and all that uncertainty could take a toll on kids' mental health.
RICHLAND, WA - The U.S is experiencing a mental health crisis. According to the Poynter Institute in the last two months 25 percent of young adults contemplated suicide. NBC Right Now spoke with a local father who says it's a part of the pandemic that not enough people are talking about.
- Kennewick restaurant owner pleads for customers to keep supporting local businesses
- 'It was almost like we were saying goodbye': Sonic workers ate together before shooting
- Kennewick Police respond to gunshots on N Steptoe
- US Marshals Task Force arrests fugitive, recovers missing children from 2012 in Coeur d'Alene
- Two-car head on collision, Yakima Valley Highway near Wapato Rd.
- Tri-City Bible Bookstore closing in December
- Governor Jay Insley puts into place proclamation to cap on third-party delivery apps
- Kittitas County COVID-19 contact tracing and disease investigation prioritizes high case volume
- Local restaurants struggle with second shutdown
- Richland citizens call for city council to fill an ethics committee after comments made during a Covid-19 update