A Yakima County judge denied a Mesa woman's request for information on Level 1 sex offenders in Yakima County.
John Young appeared in court Friday for his evidentiary hearing.
Brandon Traner now has a warrant out for his arrest after he failed to pay fines leveled against him by the state.
The county has secured more than $1 million of federal funding for road improvements all across the county.
More than 100 Trios staff members walked from the Southridge Sports Complex to the new hospital.
Consumer Reports looked at six smart watches now on the market to see if any one of them is worth the money.
More chances of measles exposure have cropped up in Washington.
Software could be used for finding missing children by using "big data" derived from 40,000 images of random people on the Internet
Franklin County deputies arrested two Othello men who matched the descriptions of the men who tried to burglarize a home Friday morning. Both men have been booked into the Franklin County Jail.
Police in Sunnyside tried to stop the vehicle for having no taillights, but the man sped away. He then left the vehicle on foot. Officers eventually found him hiding in a nearby storage bin.
McCurley Integrity Chevrolet will provide Pasco Little League with new equipment and a monetary contribution. Community members can raise more money for the league every time they take a test drive.
The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified all 36 bodies that have been found so far at the scene of the devastating mudslide that destroyed a riverside community at Oso.
On Thursday night, members of the community hosted a candlelight vigil to remember those lost to violence. The vigil was organized by a group of mothers who all face the same horrible reality: They lost children at the hands of others.
PNNL is helping our first responders in the fight against terrorism. Scientists worked to see which kits work the best to test suspicious powders.
An online program is up to full steam on providing crime data right to you at home. RAIDS Online has been up and running for the past year, and now all of our local Tri-Cities law enforcement are using it.