Does Groundhog Day Really Matter for Tri-Cities Weather?
Phil the Groundhog pops out of the ground and depending on whether or not he sees his shadow is supposed to let us know what the weather will hold for the next six weeks.
Washington State Is Finally Offering Working Family Tax Credit
It only took a little more than ten years since it was passed by the Washington State Legislature, but the Evergreen State has now come in line with a number of others when it comes to tax credits being available to low income and working families.
Slither Up and Make Friends with WA’s Serpent Residents!
In case this little bit of intel hasn't slithered into your world already, today (February 1) is National Serpent Day! It's a 24-hour block set aside annually as a way of encouraging all humans to broaden their understanding of snakes and to overcome any fears or phobias people might harbor for them...
U.S. Navy Halting Some Dry Dock Ops in Washington State
The seismic assessment, which was done as a part of the military branch's Shipyard Infrastructure Optimization Program (SIOP), identified issues associated with the potential of a large scale earthquake
Free School Lunches for K-12 Students Proposed in 2023 State Legislative Session
There are two bills currently in the 2023 state legislative session proposing to make school lunch free of charge for all K-12 students.
Why are there so many painted ponies in Prosser Washington?
Why are there so many painted ponies in Prosser?