Not sure if he still qualifies as a 'transplant' after 23 years in the Tri-Cities. He has called this area home for the majority of his adult life after uprooting from the Philadelphia area in 2000 and there isn't anyplace Robb would rather be. When not running his mouth on 'The Bottom Line' Robb is watching baseball or football with his dogs (yes, they watch sports with him), rooting against the Dallas Cowboys and New York Mets, seeking solid political discourse, and feeling comfortable that he has found his 'meaning of life'.
Washington State Parents Do This More Than Any Other Parents
Most parents never cease when it comes to the welfare and best interest of their children. A new study reveals just how much parents around the Country take that feeling of responsibility and desire to help their offspring into their adult years.
Washington State Is One Of Two States To See This Increase
Immigration in the United States, legal and not legal, has been a topic of conversation since the Nation's inception. Certain time frames bring increased scrutiny and discussion about policies and control of the border.
Update: Missing West Richland Teen Found
The Washington State Patrol cancelled the Amber Alert for Emma around 3pm Monday afternoon after she was found safe.
This is Washington State’s Deadliest Holiday for Travel
The holidays are a time for joy...festive gatherings with family and friends that allow us to forget about life for a while. Many of us travel to those destinations. Some by plane, others by train, but most of us do so behind the wheel or as a passenger in a car.
Will The Weather Cooperate for Thanksgiving In The Tri-Cities?
Thanksgiving has always been interesting when it comes to weather patterns in the Tri-Cities. The first Thanksgiving I spent in the area, back in 2000, it snowed. I also experienced my first Chinook wind around that time and watched nearly all of that snowfall disappear.
A Washington State Tradition Survives the Axe…For Now
After much speculation about the future of a 115 year Washington State institution, the news came yesterday that it will be preserved for the immediate future. To some, it may simply be a football game. To others, it is a cherished rivalry between the gridirons version of David and Goliath to a degree
Routine Call Turns into Threat Against Kennewick Officers
Law Enforcement Agencies around the Tri-Cities have handled their share of trespassing calls recently. Reasons range for why someone decides to involve the police, but trespassing is generally acknowledged as using private property without the owner's permission.
Franklin County Commissioner’s Major Announcement About Future
For the last 15 years on the Franklin County Board of Commissioners there has been one constant...Brad Peck. Peck has served District 1, which is the majority of the City of Pasco on the Board since January of 2009 (elected 2008).
Salmonella, Chlamydiosis Infections Linked to Pasco Flea Market
A pair of animals purchased from the Pasco Flea Market led to reports of salmonella and Avian Chlamydiosis.
Washington and Oregon May Never Change Their Clocks Again!
There is always a lot of talk leading up to the two Sundays a year when we adjust our clocks for the respective time changes. In the fall we gain an hour moving the clock back (as we did this past weekend), in the spring we lose an hour moving forward.