Tri-City Herald HEADLINES
April brought the Tri-Cities a shower of nonfarm jobs that helped make up for Hanford layoffs.
Attorneys representing a Richland flower shop owner accused of discriminating against a gay couple want the case thrown out.
The Kennewick Irrigation District's timeline to bring Yakima River water to prime grape-growing land on Red Mountain might be jeopardized if the Legislature fails to include a $5 million no-interest loan for the project in the state's capital budget.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has agreed to give residents more time to comment on the endangered species listing for the White Bluffs bladderpod, a yellow flowering plant that grows only along the banks of the Columbia River in Franklin County, said county commission Chairman Rick Miller.
The students, staff and faculty at Jefferson Elementary School in Richland honored Principal Bobbi Buttars in a secret assembly for Principal's Week on Tuesday, May 21, surprising her with gifts and thanking her for her leadership.
A Kennewick teacher recently won $250,000 from Washingtons Mega Millions lottery.
Attorneys representing a Richland flower shop owner are requesting a lawsuit alleging she discriminated against a gay couple be dismissed.
Trained volunteers from the Benton-Franklin and Blue Mountain chapters of the American Red Cross may deploy to Oklahoma to help after Mondays devastating tornado.
The Kennewick cyclists who made it their mission to clean up garbage dumped in the hills around Highway 397 -- and to curb the practice of illegal dumping in the community -- are being recognized by the state for their efforts.
The executive director of Habitat for Humanity Tri-Cities is retiring and the agency is seeking a new leader to take her place.
Library card holders in Umatilla County will have the opportunity to participate in this year's Big Library Read from now until June 1.
OTHELLO -- Othello Community Pool will open June 8.
Registration is open for the Tri-City Run or Dye 5K event.
Work on the blue bridge will slow traffic today and Wednesday on Highway 395.
Cooler and damp weather is expected through the rest of the work week in the Mid-Columbia, according to the National Weather Service.
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