In a late breaking story Friday afternoon, the Washington Secretary of State's office announced supporters of I-552 have withdrawn their efforts to get it on the November ballot. I-552, best known as the Just Want Privacy campaign, would have repealed or overturned the controversial trans…
As the investigation continues, the Benton County Coroner released the results of the autopsy on a 46-year-old West Richland man, who was fatally shot after a domestic violence incident when he pointed a shotgun at a Deputy. The neighborhood is pictured in our story.
In the wake of the tragic fire that left 22 people or families homeless in Kennewick, now officials say concerns over possible asbestos are delaying the investigation. The building in question, Unit D, has 24 total apartment units, 22 were occupied. No one was seriously injured in the fire.
In yet another example of how those who were pushing the $15 minimum wage didn't to their homework, or use business common sense, a new University of Washington study shows while workers ARE making noticeably more money, it's offset because they're getting fewer hours.