53 people in the Walla Walla and College Place areas had a huge surprise Wednesday morning.
21-year-old Lukes Lorenzo Herrera of Grandview was sentenced to 18 months in prison and 3 years of court supervision for being a felon in possession of a firearm.
RICHLAND: 'Legalize Richland' campaigners now say efforts to overturn Richland's pot shop moratorium could include taking their efforts to court.
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A 92-year-old Holocaust survivor was struck and killed by a car while crossing a street in Oregon.
Walla Walla Public Schools sold bonds from the successful November 6 General Election Thursday in Seattle that resulted in millions of dollars in savings for taxpayers.
On Thursday, several local law enforcement agencies responded to multiple bomb threats at different businesses, later determined as a nationwide scam.
33-year-old Jese Carillo Casillas of Kennewick was sentenced to 25 years in prison with 5 years of court supervision for conspiracy to distribute fentanyl, heroin, methamphetamine and cocaine, as well as conspiracy to launder money.
Northwest Harvest released a statement praising the new farm bill passed on Wednesday.
Toyota is recalling nearly 143,000 SUVs and pickups worldwide to fix air bag and brake problems.
Five people were taken into custody on Wednesday in Walla Walla after a search warrant was served at a home.
PENDLETON, OR - You may have heard, seen or even own a drone. The technical name is Unmanned Aerial System, or UAS. This includes the unmanned aircraft that flies without a pilot on board and the operation is from the ground.
The first phase of the rebuilt Playground of Dreams in Columbia Park opened for play Wednesday with the help of a significant contribution by the Tri-City Water Follies Association.
A judge has ordered a Moses Lake man accused of shooting and killing his own father to undergo a mental health evaluation.
An Okanogan teen is dead after his car collided with a semi truck near Royal City.
WEST RICHLAND, WA -Right now West Richland police are investigating a murder.
RICHLAND - Did you know a 30 ton school bus requires 12 times longer to stop on a road covered in ice or snow. With kids packed in the bus, the driver has to be prepared and aware at all times when safety is their number one priority.
Following certification this week of results from the November 6 election, the secretary of state's office says that 71.83 percent of registered voters returned their ballots.
After A-1 Taxi services in Tri-Cities stopped about a month ago, some people are still affected by not having those services to get where they need to go.
- West Richland man in jail for allegedly strangling woman to death
- Man running drug trafficking organization from Kennewick gets 25 years
- High school teacher fired for refusing to use student's preferred pronouns
- 4 children okay, mother recovering after marijuana oil explosion
- Murder defendant killed in Yakima jail assault, officials say
- Teenager dead after collision with semi truck near Royal City
- Holocaust survivor killed by car while crossing street
- 21-year-old Grandview felon sentenced for firearm possession
- Service dog attacked by pitbulls
- New speed radars in Benton County