The first official water supply forecast predicts a good irrigation season this year for farmers.
Pasco's crime rate has dropped 83 percent over the past 25 years.
Kennewick police surrounded a business office and arrested a suspect after he allegedly making threats to shoot people at an office with an airsoft gun.
Oregon State Police are investigating an early morning [Friday] fatal accident on I-82 near Hermiston.
A female driver was driving the wrong way on the highway when she collided with amother car...killing the 66-year-old male driver on impact.
The female was flown to a Portland hospital with life-threatening injuries.
The case against a Richland florist that refused to provide services to a gay couple has been pushed back until October.
A Milton-Freewater man is accused of smuggling a cellphone and marijuana into the Washington State Penitentiary last year when he worked there as a correctional officer.
Police say the man wanted to make money after a drop-off in overtime pay.
He resigned from the prison in July.
Benton Public Utility District officials meet tomorrow to review the factors that led a firefighter to be shocked by a down power line while fighting a wildfire in the Finley area.
People are being warned to stay away from Crescent Bar near Wanapum dam after a woman sank up to her waist in muddy sand.
Not happy with Richland's plans for dealing with Storm water run off at Leslie Groves Park, neighbors have taken the issue to the city council.
State Crime lab investigators are collecting human bones discovered along the Columbia river near Wanapum dam yesterday.
The pot moratorium in Franklin County is set to expire at midnight next Tuesday...and Commissioners are undecided on whether or not to extend it.
Brad Peck wants to....Bob Koch does not.
The matter will be taken up at next Wednesday's meeting...when the third commissioner...Rick Miller...returns.
A person walking along the Columbia River at Crescent Bar
Washington Senator Patty Murray is concerned
The state attorney general's office is prosecuting the owner of a 41-foot fishing boat that sank in the Columbia River last July near Finley,
Washington state's first legal marijuana license is going to a guy named Green.
The Associated Press has learned that Spokane grower Sean Green, the chief executive of a company called Kouchlock Productions, is due to be issued a producer-processor license at the state Liquor Control Board meeting in Olympia on Wednesday morning.
Philip Dawdy, a longtime marijuana activist who is handling media calls for Green, confirmed the news Tuesday and said Green won't be giving interviews until after the license is issued. The license will initially allow him to grow 21,000 square feet of cannabis.
Green has run medical marijuana dispensaries in Shoreline and Spokane for the past few years. Dawdy says he was one of the first dispensary operators in the state to pay all applicable state taxes, and that he always plays by the rules.
Kennewick, Pasco and North Franklin Schools on a two hour delay, In the Nort Franklin school district, the two hour delays will last all week. Goldendale, Kahlotus, Bickleton and Royal city schools all two hours late. Touchet schools, two hour delay. West Valley Schools a two hour delay. East Valley Schools, buses on snow routes. Interstate 84 closed west bound between Ontario and Pendleton due to a number of accidents since late last evening.
Live! Monday nights from 6-7pm from Uncle Sam's Saloon.
Friday, March 28th
The Tri Cities Fever host the Wyoming Cavalry
Pregame at 6:35pm. Kickoff at 7:05pm
Monday nights at 7pm live from Pullman