Currently in Kennewick
Small Business Saturday began in 2010 and is all about people in the community supporting their local businesses.
"You know I got to say, I think most of us were used to seeing this fence covered in graffiti because this was a common place that we were constantly getting graffiti reports it's not a very well lit area, it's not a high traffic area..."
The new tracking system called 'Track-Kit' is helping sexual assault victims anonymously track the status of their sexual assault kits through the use of an added barcode.
Yakima Union Gospel Mission is serving not only one meal, but three. Complete with a full breakfast, Thanksgiving lunch, and Thanksgiving dinner.
The Community Fellowship Dinner is hosting a free Thanksgiving dinner at Hermiston High School where everyone from the community is welcome to join.
The Columbia Basin Dive Rescue team is asking the public for help in raising money to buy a sonar device used for underwater imaging.
The family restaurant has brought back many of their classic dishes like tacos, tortas, and sopes and even included in some new dishes.
Within the next few holiday months not only does online shopping increase but so do package thefts.
"TROT" is a non-profit organization designed to promote the physical, psychological and social well being of people with special needs through animal-assisted therapy.
Kind Hearted 4 Special Needs has one main purpose: to spread awareness and promote showing kindness for those with special needs.
Yakima Police tell NBC Right Now they found the body of a 51-year-old woman Sunday afternoon.
- 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