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  • Boys & Girls Club found not responsible for waxing children's eyebrows

    Last week, the formal investigation about an alleged eyebrow waxing at a Pasco daycare ended.

  • Richland company looking to spruce up downtown Richland

    A mid-west company wants to freshen up downtown Richland. 

  • Both suspects dead after home invasion in Yakima

    We now know the names of the Yakima home invasion suspects who died after being stabbed during the altercation early Sunday morning.

  • Traffic counting project underway in the Tri-Cities

    Driving around Tri-Cities, you'll probably notice wires across the road in several different places. But what are they for? 

  • Tracci Dial's Skagit Valley Tulip Festival Adventure

    Be prepared for traffic but Tracci says ''it's SO worth it.''

  • New local scam calls victims' place of employment

    The Jury Duty scam has taken a new twist locally, according to Kennewick Police.  

  • Kennewick Boys & Girls Club music program, IMPACT Percussion, wins World Championships

    Members of IMPACT Percussion, a music group from the Kennewick Boys & Girls Club, were named World Champions at an annual percussion competition in Dayton, Ohio over the weekend. 

  • Annual Kids Fishing Derby at Columbia Park

    Kids got to reel in the fun while catching fish today at Columbia Park during this years kid's fishing derby.  

  • Hanford High School students remember Columbine victims

    Today marks the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre in Colorado. Thousands of students across the nation participated in a nation-wide walk out in honoring the victim who died. Students at Hanford High School marched through the John Dam Plaza earlier this afternoon in Richland. Students not only honored victims of the Columbine shooting but also those who died at Majory Stoneman Douglass High School.    Chase Freeman is the leader o...

  • Crews search for missing swimmer at Palouse Falls State Park

    FRANKLIN COUNTY- A man is still missing after swimming in the Palouse Falls Saturday.  Franklin County Sheriff's Deputies said the call came in around 5:30 p.m. about a possible drowning. Three men in their early 20s had been swimming in the pool of water below the falls. The strong current swept the three men underwater, and only two resurfaced. Park Rangers, Franklin County She Riff's Office, Pasco Fire, Life Flight, and Columbia Basin Dive Rescue all responded.  Richlan...

  • Reporting Sexual Assault in Hermiston

    It's a sad reality, but many sexual assault cases go UN-reported across our nation each year. Officers and nurses in Hermiston have a message for all victims of sexual assault- they are there to help. Randy Studebaker is the supervisor for all sexual assault cases in Hermiston. Studebaker says sometimes reports come in "days, weeks and even years later." Reporting cases too late is something Lieutenant Studebaker is hoping to change. "I would like to DE-mysti...
  • Annual Boat Show at Columbia Point Marina

    With these temperatures outside, it is really starting to feel like summer. This means you might be getting the boat ready to take out on the water. In order to have fun in the sun, you'll want to make sure your boat is safe and your passengers will be too. Today we stopped by the 19th Annual Boat and RV show to get some tips from the Benton County Sheriffs and Coast Guard Auxiliary volunteers. They say you should take inventory of your boat to see if anything may have gotten lost ...
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