By Jean Folger
Every homeowner must pay for routine home maintenance, such as replacing worn-out plumbing components or staining the deck, but some choose to make improvements with the intention of increasing the home's value.
WALLA WALLA, Wash.- Things got a little spicy at Walla Walla High School today. Three students were busy showing off their culinary talents in a cooking competition.
The vegetables are chopped the stoves heated and the game is on.
WEDNESDAY, April 24 (HealthDay News) -- A robot might tidy your kitchen some day, but how will you feel about the mechanical member of the household?
Researchers say people's empathy for robots can be similar to what they feel for other humans.
Functional MRI scans showed that volunteers had sim
By Amy Fontinelle
Even when we expect our tax returns to bring a refund, we all dread preparing for the tax deadline. The arcane tax forms, instructions few can decipher and our increasingly complex financial situations make each year's return seem more painstaking than the last.
WALLA WALLA, Wash.-- An early morning shooting in Walla Walla Sunday left one man dead.
Walla Walla police said a drunken fight between friends led to one man's death.
At 6:30am Sunday, police responded to a 911 call that a man was shot at a house on the 1200 block of Belle Street.
KENNEWICK, Wash., -- Several mayors from Southeastern Washington will come together over breakfast this Wednesday to support the Mid-Columbia Meals on Wheels program.
Mayor John Fox of Richland, Mayor Matt Watkins of Pasco, Mayor Lloyd Carnahan of Benton City, Mayor Paul Warden of Prosser and M