I was born in Southern California (I still miss the sunshine), but I love the Tri-Cities. I've been in radio for almost 20 years. I golf, fish, ski and I love to cook. I'm a proud mom and grandma. I love Maroon 5, P!nk and Bruno Mars.
Wolverine Came Out Of Quarantine On The Washington Coast
When you think of Wolverine you think of Hugh Jackman right or the high school kids in the movie Red Dawn, not today because the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife spotted a very rarely seen mammal on the coast not once but twice
Kennewick Bistro To Host Community Drive-In Movie Night
How about this to take you back in time...Drive-In Movies. And there is one happening in the heart of Kennewick next Friday night
Washington State Troopers Rescue Live Kittens From Blue Bridge
At approximately 10 a.m. this morning the State Patrol were called to the Blue Bridge for a report of two baby kittens in the middle of the Bridge, which as you know has heavy traffic most of the day.
New Job Postings for Tri-Cities Area
If you are looking for work during these rough times here is a list for you...I hope it helps!
Walla Walla Moves on to Phase Two of ‘Safe Start’ Plan
Breaking news Walla Walla County has been approved to move on to phase two of the multi-tiered reopening plan set by Governor Jay Inslee. Restaurants, Camping Hair Salons, and other businesses will be allowed to reopen under rigorous guidelines.
Transit Riders Can Get Free Food Boxes at Four Locations Today
Ben Franklin Transit has teamed up with 2nd Harvest and will be giving boxes of food to those in need at four separate transit hubs in Tri-Cities and Prosser
2 Pasco Police Officers Assaulted By Car Prowlers
Over the long weekend, Pasco Police had a run-in with a couple of car prowlers. The incident was brought to the Police officers attention in the wee hours of Sunday morning when concerned citizens reported to males jiggling car handles
700 Free Boxes of Food to be Distributed in Kennewick Wednesday
2nd Harvest is hosting another drive-thru free food distribution event at Toyota Center Wednesday, May 27th.
CDC Now says COVID-19 DOES NOT Spread Easily on Surfaces
This is by far the craziest most uncertain time I have ever experienced in my lifetime and to make things worse the 'FACTS' keep changing. I don't know about you but there are many days I just don't know what to believe. Now the CDC has changed its stance on COVID-19's trans…
Hermiston Honors the Class of 2020 With Honor Walk & Fireworks!
Big news and a unique idea for the Class of 2020 in Hermiston. How about an honor walk (parade) and fireworks show...YES it's happening here's the scoop...