The vehicles' owner found the damage Tuesday morning. Officers say accelerants were found after a search of the vehicles.
Dentists will provide the first 100 patients who arrive at the Richland office with a free extraction, filling or cleaning.
A police interview of John Young was recorded just hours after the murder of a 17-year-old.
Parents of students in the district want to know why administrators have suddenly been suspended and what the handful of internal investigations are turning up.
Jury selection began Monday for a woman accused of vehicular homicide. Prosecutors say Natalie Lincoln was impaired by prescription medication when she hit and killed a man in Benton City.
Plans for a new police facility have been in the works for years, but a $14 million price tag was not realistic. The city is now looking into a smaller project.
There's a twist to the latest road construction in Pasco, as the city plans to use a different process to fix some neighborhood streets and alleyways.
The Coug spirit reached a new height on Monday: the control room for the new engineering lab tower at WSU Tri-Cities was lifted into place.
PNNL staff workers don't have everyday office jobs, but today their kids got a firsthand look at what Mom and Dad do.
Consumer Reports has advice on how to get rid of old electronics and salvage some cash while you do it just in time for Earth Day.
Suspected DUI driver eludes police
Authorities say they believe the 52-year-old man intentionally set the Sunday morning fire.
On 04/20/2014 at approximately 2:08am, Yakima Police were called to the 1300 block of W. Yakima Avenue to respond to a single vehicle collision.
The group will distribute produce and other perishable groceries to needy families Wednesday at the Boys and Girls Club. Volunteers will distribute about 8,500 pounds of fresh food.
The local Union Gospel Mission gave hundreds of people a true Easter dinner.