By Janet Fowler
That first summer job is often a rite of passage for many teens. It's the signal that you're on your way to adulthood, and it's also a method for earning money to pay for activities, interests or to stash away for post-secondary schooling.
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.
KENNEWICK, Wash.-- Governor Jay Inslee made a stop in the Tri-Cities Monday to swear in the area's newest Superior Court judge, Salvador Mendoza.
Governor Inslee swore in Mendoza Monday at the Benton County Justice Center. He will replace retiring Superior Court judge Craig Matheson.
NBCRightNow.com - A local show choir is preparing for its upcoming season. Forte! is a high school show choir organized through the Tri-City Youth Choir.
The ensemble consists of 26 singers representing six different high schools across the Tri-Cities.
WASHINGTON, D.C.- The
congressman representing the Tri-Cities says it isn't a matter of if, but when
Hanford's B-reactor will become part of a national historic park.
Doc Hastings chairs the
Natural Resources Committee that held a hearing Friday on Hastings' bill to
establish the Manhatt