Laurel Sutton of the Tri-City Quilter's Guild talks about the non-profit organization's 34th annual Quilt Show being held March 24 & 25 at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick. An estimated 500 quilts will be on display.
Bob BrawdyTri-City Herald
Tri-City Quilter's Guild 34th annual Quilt Show
Pasco boy receives gift of communication
Banned books that shaped American literature
See the wind-stoked fire near the west end of Badger Canyon
Take a look at Richland's newest french fry factory
Watch Pumpkin picking at Country Mercantile in Pasco
Detecting a Kilonova explosion
Jets and debris from a neutron star collision
Watch Vets get free flu shots from VA Drive-Thru Flu Shot Clinic
Check out the big changes in store for the Tri-City Country Club
13 common superstitions about bad luck
Benton County Fire District 2 rolls out to help with California fires
Ophelia becomes 10th consecutive Atlantic hurricane, tying record
Trios Foundation president Darren Szendre tells about the group's first community gift presented through a grant from the Gartner Child Assistance Fund. Leo Ibarra, 6, of Pasco received a specially equipped tablet to help him communicate at school and with family members.
A Mississippi school district removed "To Kill a Mockingbird" from the 8th grade curriculum. The novel is included on the Library of Congress "Books that Shaped America" list along with other controversial titles. This is why so many of America's greatest novels have been banned.
This animation shows what happened in the nine days following the neutron star merger known as GW170817, including gravitational waves , a near-light-speed jet that produced gamma rays, expanding debris from a "kilonova" that produced ultraviolet, and more.
Ophelia has become the 10th consecutive storm to grow to hurricane strength in the Atlantic Ocean, tying a record set in the late 1800s. It poses no threat to the United States but it's moving towards Ireland.
President Trump welcomed the Pittsburgh Penguins, winners of the 2017 Stanley Cup, the White House on Tuesday. Trump honored the coaches and the players, and said he "has a feeling" they will be back next year.