Do’s and Don’ts of Gift-Giving for WA State U.S. Postal Workers
Gifting Postal Service workers during the holidays? Be sure to know what's allowed.
Kennewick Man Suspected of Killing Brother-in-Law Found Dead
The motive behind Monday night's shooting of Travis Kitchen on South Jean Street is still under investigation.
What Washington Towns Will See A White Christmas?
Ever since Bing Crosby crooned White Christmas in the 1942 film 'Holiday Inn' most of us have shared that dream. In many parts of the Country, and the State, the late December holiday brings with it a good chance of snow, but not always a guarantee.
Inslee Wants to Dump $82 Million for Fentanyl Treatment Centers
the money would come from the controversial opioid settlement from last October, WA was one of the state who sued the three large pharmacutical companies in the nation.
Why Steel Bridges Are Painted Blue in Washington State
Did you know that Washington steel bridges used to be green? Find out why they changed to blue and which two are the best examples
Lawsuit Against Grant County Over Jail Overdose Death to Continue
The parents of Derek Batton sued the county after he overdosed on heroin, accusing the county of negligence in failing to search another inmate for drugs.
Douglas County Commissioners Protest Port Authority Tax Increase
They claim state legislation authorizing a unified tax district is flawed, and that the Port illegally increased the tax rate in Douglas County.
19 year old man shot in the leg in Drive by shooting Monday
A Yakima Man survives drive by shooting Downtown Yakima Monday.
K-9, Metal Detector Help Locate West Richland Burglary Firearm
Officers called it the needle in the haystack.