One of Benton County’s finest is honored for his continued support of the men and women who serve our country.
According to a government investigator, the IRS gave out more than $2.8 million to employees with recent disciplinary problems, including $1 million to workers who owed back taxes.
The Hermiston City Council unanimously approved the proposed site plan for the Eastern Oregon Trade and Event Center (EOTEC) Tuesday night.
Special Elections results are in.
The Richland School District awarded the general contractor bid for the new Lewis & Clark Elementary School to Fowler General Construction Tuesday.
Neighbors living close to construction sites like the First Place neighborhood are angry. The wind is a given here in the Tri-Cities but the sand is supposed to be kept in check out in newer developments.
As a team of Kennewick paramedics say goodbye to some of their most experienced lifesavers, that means they are down a few good guys.
Dealing with that cracked dam on the Columbia River is going to cost about $61 million.
Employees at Sparkling Clean Windows know there’s more than one way to brighten the day of a child in the hospital, besides cleaning the windows in their room. They send Spiderman, Superman, Batman and Captain America to do it.
Benton PUD is holding two public meetings to get customer input on a new retail rate design strategy.