I grew up in a suburb just outside Philadelphia, PA and fell in love with radio listening to the legendary Harry Kalas call Phillies baseball as a kid. I love sports, history, politics (human chess), a good Scotch, and am a bit of a foodie. I'm a big animal person and can't see my house without at least two dogs in it. I also believe in civil discourse and that we can coexist with different opinions. The world would be boring if we all thought the same way.
Removal of Waste from Final AX Tank Begins at Hanford
The Evironmental Management Office of River Protection, through the US Energy Department, announced that work has begun on the final single shell tank farm on the Hanford Site.
The Columbia Tragedy Has Ties to Washington State
Twenty years ago today the Space Shuttle Columbia broke up during reentry after a 16 day space mission. The lives of all seven crew members were lost.
Prosser’s Kellen Moore Now a Free Agent
Moore just finished his third season as Cowboys Offensive Coordinator, taking over the position in 2019 after serving as QB Coach in 2018. He had one year remaining on his contract.
Central Washington Rep. Newhouse Sponsors Fentanyl Bill
The Save Americans from the Fentanyl Emergency Act would permanently make all fentanyl-related drugs categorized as Schedule I drugs to help law enforcement keep them out of neighborhoods.
Could Turning on Red Become Illegal In Washington State?
Turning right on red at an intersection is second nature to most drivers. Under Washington State Law it is legal to turn on red (after you come to a complete stop) in all but three circumstances described in WAC 468-95-250.
SSC Hearing Biggest Case in Washington State History
It's not an exaggeration. The Washington State Supreme Court began hearing arguments today on whether SB 5096, passed in 2021, is Constitutional.
Washington State Lawmakers Spar Over Pursuit Bill
Eyebrows were raised last week when 45th District State Senator Manka Dhingra D-Redmond said she would not introduce the senate version of a pair of bipartisan bills addressing police pursuits
Yakima and Centralia Lawmakers Look to Curb Emergency Powers
In 2019 the State Legislature passed legislation which gave the Governor the ability to declare a State of Emergency, and the emergency powers associated with it, without a mandated end date or a legislative extension.
Murdered Microsoft Exec’s Ex-Wife Living in West Richland
Research confirmed using resources available from the Benton County Treasurer and Assessor's Office show that a lot was purchased in West Richland on September 26th, 2022.
Kennewick Police Investigating Car Engulfed in Flames
Kennewick Police responded to a vehicle fire Sunday morning, January 22nd, in the area of W Kennewick Ave and N Dayton St.