PASCO, Wash. - First responders from all over the Mid-Columbia are getting some first-hand training this week to help prevent child trafficking.
The training started Monday at Columbia Basin College. It is focusing on the new state protocol dealing with commercial sexual exploitation of children.
By Dennis Miller
At one point in my life you might have heard me say something like, "I've probably made more money in real estate by accident than I have in the market on purpose." For many years, you could buy good-quality property, as much as you could afford, and you were almost guaranteed
By GREG KELLERAssociated Press
PARIS (AP) - French anti-terrorism investigators were combing video surveillance tapes Sunday as they continued their manhunt for a suspect who stabbed a soldier in the throat in the commercial district of La Defense outside Paris.
The 23-year-old soldier, Cedric Cordi
PENDLETON, Ore. - The first official launch of drones in eastern Oregon took place on Tuesday.
The new Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) took flight at the Pendleton Airport. The National Guard has soldiers who will train with the equipment in civilian airspace. Training, but definitely not spying.
KENNEWICK, Wash. - Kennewick business owners are on high alert after a string of recent burglaries. In fact, police say they've seen a dramatic increase this year in the number of local businesses falling victim to thieves.
KENNEWICK, Wash., -- The number of commercial burglaries is increasing in Kennewick according to the Kennewick Police Department.
The increase includes seven coffee shops, three physicians' offices, two restaurants', insurance offices, dental offices as well as a tavern, convenience sto