Is Your Dog's Name Among Washington State's Most Popular?
Naming a new pet can be a challenge. There really aren't any 'rules' like there are with naming your kids. You can name your dog, cat, bird, or rodent anything that you think sounds good.
West Richland Woman Arrested for Ex-Husband's Murder
In January we told you about the ex-wife of a slain Microsoft executive that relocated to West Richland. It took Florida authorities a little over 18 months, but they now have enough evidence to arrest Shanna Gardner-Fernandez in her ex-husband's murder.
Is Another Change Coming to Your Local Washington Costco?
We all know nothing lasts forever and most companies are constantly looking for ways to maximize the way they do business. Some of the things companies do away with are tougher to accept than others, especially when it has to do with cutting staff.
Prosser Beer and Whiskey Festival Preparing Pours for 2023
One of the most looked forward to events each year is the Prosser Beer and Whiskey Festival. Not only is the festival a draw locally, but people come from both sides of the Cascade Mountains to enjoy some of the finest beer and whiskey the region has to offer.
Miss America Pays a Visit to Tri-Cities on Nuclear Tour
There has been a lot of buzz around nuclear energy as of late, especially in the Pacific Northwest. Recently, Energy Northwest in Richland announced a partnership with X-energy on a small modular nuclear reactor project.
Yet Another Attempt to Scam Benton County Residents
It seems like every time you turn around, yet another scam becomes public that tries to separate you from your hard earned money.
Things You May Not Know That Are Grown in Washington State
Everyone knows that Washington State is THE home for apples (number one producer in the country by miles). Most people have also become familiar with the growth of the wine industry, and with that a healthy dose of vineyards.
Tri-Cities Airport Announces New Airline Partner and Route
It's been up and down for the airline industry (no pun intended) during and post the COVID-19 pandemic. Regional airports felt some of the down as airlines began cutting some flights to smaller airports to help save money.
Report: Washington Has 16th-Worst Unemployment Rate Change
Washington ranks No. 36 on a list of changes in the unemployment rate by state, according to a WalletHub report released Friday.