The Two Rivers prison is on lockdown after fight
The state has control over scrap metal business under new regulations approved in Olympia. But now the city is requiring cities including Pasco to get zoning approval for such businesses and require a business license.
Crews continue to siphon liquefied natural gas from a tank damaged in the fire and explosion March 31st in Plymouth.
A deputy with the King County Sheriffs office is now the newst member of the Kennewick police department.
Tank Waste Vapors Getting Closer Look
Senator Patty Murray will join local veterans and community leaders for the ribbon cutting ceremony at the new, state-of-the-art, Walla Walla VA Outpatient Clinic.
The Department of Energy is going public with it's plans to retrieve tank waste and resolve issues with the Waste treatment plant at Hanford.
Ben Franklin Transit is putting it's two electric buses into paid service this week.
Pasco is ready to show off it's new rail line to the Pasco Industrial Center.
Dennis Solensky will have several tasks when he takes over the reigns as general manager of Ben Franklin Transit
Richland police are still searching for a suspect wanted following a high speed chase.
Energy Secretary Ernie Moniz says he supports a plan to test the low level portion of the waste treatment plant.
Washington Senator Patty Murray called on the head of the Office of Management and Budget to explain cuts in the Hanford Budget
The Pasco City council gave the green light to fund a new low income housing project at 4th and Pearl street in Pasco.
Pasco city council member Tom Larsen was the lone "No" vote on a demolition project needed for the Lewis Street Overpass project.
Benton county fire investigators hope to find the cause of a house fire on North Harrington Road in West Richland late yesterday afternoon.
Governor Jay Inslee vetoed a bill allowing law enforcement to use drone technology in police work.
Grant County sheriffs authorities are using volunteer help to trying and locate the body of Scott Kolves.
The Search continues near Coulee city for a man missing since Sunday after his car went into a canal near Summer Falls Dam.
Governor Jay Inslee signed a bill sponsored by State Senator Mike Hewitt to establish a veterans home in the Walla Walla area.
Walla Walla Voters will see less sticker shock when they get the school district ballots in the mail today for a new science building on the high school campus.
A semi-truck driver hauling a mobile home is facing charges after hitting another car from behind along Highway 17 near Paradise road.
Safety improvements are planned along Oregon Avenue in Pasco.
The danger at the Williams Northwest Pipeline plant has lessened and the work is underway to determine what cause the fire and explosion at the plant in Plymouth
The mystery surrounding vapors at the Hanford Tank farms is closer to being solved.
A total of 25 Hanford employees have been sickened by vapors at the Hanford tank farm.
The Richland Parks and Recreation Department's five year plan calls for a trail in the Canyon at Rancho Reata.
Grant County authorities have not been able to locate the body of an Ephrata man who presumably died in a crash.
Congressman Doc Hastings says he supports the state's plan to deal with missed milestone in the Hanford clean up program
Rail traffic through Plymouth is on hold due to potential danger at the Williams pipeline plant.
Grant County authorities say one of three children rescued from Summer Falls yesterday afternoon after a car went into the water has died.
The Department of Energy has told state officials they will miss 14 more milestones in construction of the vit plant and the clean up of Hanford.
Authorities say the number of people who have been confirmed dead from the mudslide in Washington state has increased from 21 to 24..
Evacuations ordered after explosion at Williams Northwest Pipeline Company.
A Richland man pleaded not guilty to allegations he had a homemade pipe bomb when he was found passed out in his car at a shopping center.
The State says school districts stand to lose $40 million dollars after lawmakers killed a bill that would have brought schools into compliance with "No Child Left Behind
The troubled Rodeo City Inn at Pendleton may soon have new ownership after years of health and safety issues.
Debt service on the old Kingdome is not expected to be paid off until 2016.
A kennewick woman with mental health issues has been missing since Sunday morning after she reportedly went to a Methodist church near her home.
More workers have been treated after experiencing "vapors-related symptoms" at Hanford.
23-year-old Evan Savoie was sentenced in Ephrata to 20 years in prison.
The owner of a medical Marijuana Dispensary in Hermiston is devastated by news that Umatilla County Commissioners may slap a moratorium on his business.
Two scares force six workers at Hanford's tank farm to seek treatment for breathing problems.
Tridec is raising concerns over a federal agency's request to include more land in The Hanford Reach National Monument.
Pasco recently boasted having a downward spiral in overall crime in the city over the past 25 years.
The State declared a formal emergency at Wanapum Dam
Two car thefts in Kennewick within eight minutes of each other is not related.
Kennewick's police presence may be more visible on the streets in the near future with added patrol officers.
There's a reason why 8th District State Representative Brad Klippert has not endorsed a candidate for the Congressional seat Doc Hastings is vacating at the end of
The Department of Energy can expect a letter from state officials demanding quick action to remove waste from a leaking double shelled tank at Hanford.
The Department of Energy announced plans to close the Waste Sampling and Characterization facility within the next 12 months.
Former State lawmaker Dan Newhouse has an impressive list of backers as he goes into the congressional campaign to replace Congressman Doc Hastings.
The State Utilities and Transportation Commission is out with it's annual Spring warning for residents to call before they dig in their yard.
It may be be the cost or the process, but more people in the Tri cities are signing up for medicaid rather than a qualified health care plan.
A Pasco homeowner will not face charges after shooting Stephan Aceves to death during a home invasion.
The Pacific Northwest National Lab will undertake construction of a new energy research facility next month.
Power generation at Wanapum dam has been cut in half while a contractor explores what to do about a crack in a spillway pier.
Is Ben Franklin Transit going electric? The transit agency is taking part in a demonstration of an all electric bus manufactured by Build Your Own Motors.
A Kennewick man died as a result of injuries from a motorcycle accident last night around 10:20 pm
The Pasco city council, voted six to one in favor of replacing paper with electronic i-pads for their council meeting packets.
Despite recent concerns over school security, The Pasco school District is allowing a community health clinic on the campus of Ochoa Middle School.
State Senator Sharon Brown of the 8th District announced live on 610 KONA that she will NOT be seeking the 4th Congressional seat being vacated by Doc Hastings.
Brown cited the desire to finish the job in Olympia she was elected to do. She did not, however, rule out the possibility of seeking such a political move in the future.
Currently, there are eight people in the field, and that's without a Democratic candidate.
Still no arrests in connection with pieces of military history were stolen from a Memorial at Flat Top Park In West Richland.
The Federal Department fo Health and Human Services is providing $200 million dollars to establish health clinics around schools throughout the country.
The State Department of Ecology says they don't expect any issues with the Hanford site, but irrigators may experience water supply problems up from Wanapum Dam.
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