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'.
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.
Popular SUV Recalled In WA and OR for Major Safety Risk
One of the largest auto dealers in the world has just recalled one of their most popular vehicles due to a major safety risk.
Founder of Iconic Seattle Business Says ‘See Ya Emerald City’!
Yesterday the founder of one of Seattle's largest, and arguably most profitable, business said he was leaving the Emerald City and heading South.
Washington State DOE Seeks to Work With California and Quebec On?
The Washington State Department of Ecology began running it's carbon credit auction program in January of this years with the first auction taking place on February 28th. Since that first auction, the State has brought in almost $1.5 billion dollars on four auctions with two more yet to come.
5 Tips For Adjusting To Daylight Savings In Washington and Oregon
Until the Federal Government decides Daylight Saving Time is no longer needed, we will continue to roll back the clocks in the Fall and forward in the Spring.
Washington and Oregon’s Most Dangerous Halloween Candy
Parents are always on the lookout for issues with the Halloween candy their kids bring home. Razor Blades seem to be the most concerning thing to find because, well...they've been found in candy.
Road Closure Happening at Busiest Intersection in Kennewick
If you driven through the intersection of Steptoe Street and Gage Boulevard (and who hasn't) you've noticed the heavy amount of construction.
What Causes ‘Super Fog’ and Can It Happen in Washington & Oregon?
You may have seen the story coming out of Louisiana where over 158 vehicles were involved in a crash around 9 am central time this morning. When it was over, seven people lost their lives, over 25 were transported to the hospital from the scene, while a number of other sought medical attention on their own.