Andrew Kirk has been a journalist since 2003. Although originally from the Tri-Cities, he lived in Utah for 17 years and is a graduate of the University of Utah. He is married with children and currently lives in Richland. He is an amateur historian and used to teach Mandarin Chinese to middle school students in Park City, Utah. For fun he watches movies, visits parks with his kids and occasionally rides a bicycle.
Discovery Under Oregon Reservoir Perplexes History Experts
Pendleton resident Micah Engum was exploring the McKay Reservoir earlier this month when the water line was exceedingly low. He found something not recorded on any map.
Win a Vacation With ‘Pick Your Paradise’ Photoshop Contest!
Picture yourself in Paradise! Choose a paradise you’d like to visit: Hawaii, Cancun, Cabo, Las Vegas, San Diego or Beverly Hills! Use your Photoshop skills to put yourself in the picture and then show us the postcard (upload below)!
See What It’s Like Inside ‘Freakshow,’ ‘Hillbilly Hell’ and ‘Infected’ [SLIDESHOW]
Wondering what Scaregrounds is like? Here's a peek inside three of the five haunted attractions:
See Scareground Zombies in the Daylight! [SLIDESHOW]
Not sure if you can handle Scaregrounds 2016? Watch this slideshow of photos taken during the day and then decide if you can handle these guys coming at you in the shadows!
How to Chop (Julienne & Dice) an Onion [VIDEO]
Last month Andrew Chilton and Tanner Guy with Doggie Style Gourmet taught us how to properly peel and chop an onion! Andrew and Tanner were gourmet chefs before deciding to take their skills to the streets with a gourmet hot dog food cart you can catch at Pasco's Food Truck Fridays and Pasco&ap…
Truck Found Burning With Body Inside Near Columbia Park Pond
Drivers called authorities Friday around 2:30 in the afternoon after realizing a truck parked near the Columbia Park fishing pond was on fire.
10 Most Iconic Things About the Tri-Cities
Nearly 100 people recently voted on "what makes them think of the Tri-Cities" and I was astounded by the winners. Sure, the No. 1 and 2 answer aren't that surprising, but some of the others I would NEVER have guessed.
10 Ways You Can Get Involved for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the Tri-Cities Cancer Center Foundation has arranged fun activities all month to get involved!
If You Had to Pick One: Cable Bridge or Blue Bridge [VOTE]
An acquaintance of mine moved away and wanted to have a photograph on her wall of Tri-Cities to help with homesickness. To my surprise, WAY more friends suggested the Cable Bridge (lit up at night) than the Blue Bridge. Really? Blue Bridge has always been my favorite. What's your vote?
Companies Own More Than 1 in 10 Homes in Benton County
If you've found yourself caught in a bidding war for a Tri-Cities home you may be left wondering, "Who are these people jumping on just-listed houses?" There's a greater than 10 percent chance they aren't people at all; they're companies.