TRI-CITIES, Wash. -- Rising food prices means the Tri-Cities food bank is having a harder time feeding people in need.
Food prices have spiked five percent this year.
It's led to a drop in donations for the food bank, meaning employees have to buy food instead.
As a result, the food bank has gone over-budget for three straight months.
Workers hope prices will start to even out by the summer.
As always, the food bank is welcoming donations from the community.
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