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Five Disgraced Business Owners Who Learned That Homophobia Just Doesn't Sell
Homophobia. Turns out it's just not good for business. Simply ask Aaron and Melissa Klein , the disgraced Oregon bakers who refused to make two lesbians a wedding cake, calling them an "abomination unto the Lord" and, as a result of all the bad PR they received, were forced to close up shop.
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Taco feed Saturday to help sick Kennewick girl
Then, while in the midst of chemotherapy, she developed a fungal infection that ravaged her little body.
Power outages reported in Richland
Two power outages Thursday in Richland left about 140 customers without electricity for up to four and a half hours.
City Fair, Night Out set Aug. 5 in Richland
Richland will combine two of its annual summer events into one -- City Fair and National Night Out -- and that happens from 5 to 8 p.m. Aug. 5 at John Dam Plaza.
Richland store part of nationwide backpack giveaway
Local families who bring their children to the store during giveaway hours will receive a backpack filled with pencils, paper, a pencil box, folders, glue and more.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
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Who's going to clean up the former M Hotel?
An abandoned hotel in Richland has been collecting dust since last fall. Wednesday code enforcement opened a case, hoping to get the property cleaned up.
Academy of Children's Theatre gives free show
Participants in the Autism Spectrum on Stage camp will perform The Wizard of Oz at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 1 at the Academy of Children's Theatre, 213 Wellsian Way in Richland.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Richland man who crashed his plane died doing what he loved
Milon Meyer, 72, was flying an experimental plane he built from a kit when it crashed in the Clearwater National Forest near the Idaho-Montana border, said Clif Dyer, owner of Sundance Aviation at Richland Airport.
Richland grad Michael Peterson performs Aug. 9 at John Dam Plaza
Michael Peterson has made his mark in the music industry -- several Grammy and Country Music Association nominations including a No.
Former Pasco Mayor Pro Tem's Son Killed In Officer Involved Shooting
An overnight fatal officer involved shooting stirred a Pasco neighborhood. The people who live there say this isn't the way things used to be in the Tri-Cities.
Kennewick family says they're moving after neighbor burglarized home
A Kennewick family said Monday that they're moving because they don't feel safe living across the street from the man who burglarized their home.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
West Richland police investigate rash of car prowls
West Richland police are investigating a rash of vehicles prowls late Sunday and early Monday.
Slurry seal work starts Tuesday in Richland
Slurry seal is a mixture of fine aggregate and emulsified asphalt, and it's being applied to the residential roads to extend the life of the existing asphalt, a news release said.
Richland man pleads innocent to hit and run, drunken driving
A Richland man is accused of driving intoxicated when his car left Highway 240 and crossed over a concrete island before hitting two vehicles on Stevens Drive.
Week in Photos - July 20-26, 2014
July 26, 2014 - Friends Zackery Meed, right, 15, of Kennewick, and Chris Figgins, 14, of Richland, play video simulators Friday in the Air Force trailer during the 2014 HAPO Columbia Cup.
New canopy rule at Water Follies gets mixed reviews
A rule change for pop-up canopies used on the Pasco side during Water Follies earned mixed reviews Sunday from spectators.
Speaking for victims
Jose Aguilar pleaded guilty last week for raping and murdering 9-month-old Serenity Reedy of Richland.
Red Mountain block party offers chance to experience vineyards, vintners
Tasting rooms are a great way to interact with wine drinkers and get feedback, said Keith Pilgrim, Terra Blanca Winery & Estate Vineyard's winemaker and co-owner.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Hanford Reach center hits 3,000 visitors
Lowell Nichols and his brother-in-law Donald Whitman studied a placard in the main gallery of the Reach center at the west end of Columbia Park in Richland.