Posted by Lucy Luginbill on January 30, 2015
Driving across the towering Washington Cascade Mountains in winter can be treacherous. A clear day with dry road conditions may suddenly turn into blinding whiteout and slippery roadways.
For a woman traveling alone, an unexpected change in weather can be a formula for a harrowing experience.
Former Tri-City resident, Catherine Lenox, recalls the rainy January afternoon in 1997 when she set out from the west side of the state to her Kennewick home, thoughts of her recent visit with her cousin foremost on her mind. But what she believed would be an uneventful four-hour drive on Interstate 90 was not to be.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on January 25, 2015
When a police officer spots a picture in a magazine, he is overcome with a desire to create a boxing outreach for at-risk kids. But without any idea how to accomplish this dream, how would he — or God — make it happen?
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on January 18, 2015
For the child living inside each of us, mourning resonates for months even years with the slightest breath of a parent's memory. For one grief-stricken woman, a “small miracle” on a morning mountain hike gives her a new song.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on January 4, 2015
A calm day at Fairchild Air Force Base in Spokane erupted in chaos on June 20, 1994. Washington State Highway Patrolman Bill Dingfield, now living in Kennewick, remembers his call home as he and his patrol partner sped to the tragic scene.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on December 28, 2014
With her job ending, a former Kennewick woman worried about her future. But when a surprising check came in the mail, Cathy decided to be “all in” on a promise she had made. What she did and its impact is the rest of the story.
Posted by Lucy Luginbill on December 21, 2014
Richland resident Jael Cox remembers the 2008 economic crash and how it sent their family into poverty and despair while living on the west side of the state. But a "chance" meeting with an acquaintance from years earlier brought about a Christmas surprise.