Lance Stephens, an Areva manager, talks about the second annual Careers in Manufacturing workshop held at Columbia Basin College in Pasco. About 40 students from local high school learned more about various manufacturing careers.
The Chiawana Riverhawks will always identify as a smash mouth offense, but they've been able to keep opposing defenses off balance because of the development of first-year quarterback Enoch Vargas and the emergence of several dangerous pass catchers, like senior Daylen Storaci. The Riverhawks face the undefeated and No. 3-ranked Richland Bombers at 7 p.m. Friday at Fran Rish Stadium.
Fire inspector Brian Ellis of the Kennewick Fire Department shares preliminary information about an early morning fire that damaged to homes in the 1700 block of South Rainier Street in Kennewick. Four residents and five dogs escaped to safety.
Angie Brotherton, Gesa Credit Union community relations manager, explains how employee volunteers from the credit union partnered with 2nd Harvest to hold six mobile food banks across eastern Washington and distribute an estimated 30,000 pounds of food.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said that players should stand during the national anthem, but also noted that the issue is more complicated and that the league is also open to dialogue. “We want to make sure that we’re understanding what the players are talking about, that’s complex,” he said.
Video footage from the Kennewick Police Department shows flames and smoke coming from two houses early Thursday on South Rainier Street. Initial reports are all occupants in homes at 1711 and 1719 S. Rainier St. got out safely.
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.
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.