More Videos

What the hail?! Benton Fire training facility hammered during storm 0:29

What the hail?! Benton Fire training facility hammered during storm

Watch: Potato truck hits transit bus 0:50

Watch: Potato truck hits transit bus

Thunderstorms wash through Tri-Cities 0:40

Thunderstorms wash through Tri-Cities

Free rides this week as Ben Franklin Transit debuts new routes 0:31

Free rides this week as Ben Franklin Transit debuts new routes

Richland police seek help identifying burglar 1:21

Richland police seek help identifying burglar

Pasco police chase down, arrest robbery suspect 0:30

Pasco police chase down, arrest robbery suspect

1 dead in Kennewick shooting 0:11

1 dead in Kennewick shooting

Lamprey Tagging 1:10

Lamprey Tagging

See a front-line view of the Candy Mountain fire 2:06

See a front-line view of the Candy Mountain fire

Power lines down on Clearwater 0:13

Power lines down on Clearwater

  • Listen to black holes collide

    The signal detected by Hanford LIGO of two black holes colliding has been converted to audio in two frequencies. The "whump" at the end is the final end spiral and merger 1.3 billion years ago of two black holes.

The signal detected by Hanford LIGO of two black holes colliding has been converted to audio in two frequencies. The "whump" at the end is the final end spiral and merger 1.3 billion years ago of two black holes. Annette Cary Tri-City Herald
The signal detected by Hanford LIGO of two black holes colliding has been converted to audio in two frequencies. The "whump" at the end is the final end spiral and merger 1.3 billion years ago of two black holes. Annette Cary Tri-City Herald

LIGO near Richland resumes search for gravitational waves

November 30, 2016 1:14 PM