SSC Hearing Biggest Case in Washington State History
It's not an exaggeration. The Washington State Supreme Court began hearing arguments today on whether SB 5096, passed in 2021, is Constitutional.
Yakima and Centralia Lawmakers Look to Curb Emergency Powers
In 2019 the State Legislature passed legislation which gave the Governor the ability to declare a State of Emergency, and the emergency powers associated with it, without a mandated end date or a legislative extension.
Murdered Microsoft Exec's Ex-Wife Living in West Richland
Research confirmed using resources available from the Benton County Treasurer and Assessor's Office show that a lot was purchased in West Richland on September 26th, 2022.
Kennewick Police Investigating Car Engulfed in Flames
Kennewick Police responded to a vehicle fire Sunday morning, January 22nd, in the area of W Kennewick Ave and N Dayton St.
Prosser Native on Short List for NFL Head Coaching Jobs
There are two things you can count on at the end of every NFL season: first, the Super Bowl will be the most watched television event of the year, second, there will be multiple head coaching vacancies around the league.