Kennewick, Pasco, and Richland are the titular "Tri-Cities" in Washington, but there are other towns that make up the community. Benton City, West Richland, Finley, and Prosser are commonly considered to be part of the Tri-Cities. Located in Washington's Columbia Basin, Tri-Cities is known for its wine, wind, and arid climate.
Yes, Millions of Years Ago, the Tri-Cities Landscape Was Green and Lush
Sub-tropical plants and trees instead of sagebrush and sand? Yep, it was here in eastern Washington millions of years ago.
Kennewick Outreach to Open First Home for Victims of Sex Work
It is estimated that more than 200 underage kids are trafficked locally through the Tri-Cities on a given night
Fall Weddings in Tri-Cities Are Amazing, Here Are 8 Venues to Consider
The fall wedding season in Tri-Cities is ramping up and yes, it might be too late to book a venue at this point, but if you’re planning ahead for next year, now is the time to reserve.
What Will it Take to Stop Street Racing in Tri-Cities?
These days in the TRI, it seems as though any street or highway is fair game. A few examples include Sylvester Street between Road 32 and 52 in Pasco and Highway 240 between the Blue Bridge and Columbia Center Boulevard. Is the need for speed out of control in the Tri-Cities?
Don’t Leave These Things in Your Car on a Hot Tri-Cities Day
Summertime in the Tri-Cities means lots of sunshine and extreme heat and leaving or forgetting things in a hot vehicle, including a person, can cause serious damage to the items, your vehicle, and even cause death. Here’s a list of items you should never leave in your car on a hot day in Tri-Cities.
The Best Hidden Gem to Experience in Tri-Cities is Not Hidden
I asked AI online about a hidden gem, "specifically, in Tri-Cities" that most would want to visit. The answer I received was Sacajawea State Park.
One Deadly Snake in E. Washington, and It Slithers in Tri-Cities
They'll often stay quiet when humans walk by to avoid being discovered.
Dark Abandoned Railroad Tunnel is Part of This Fun Hike Near Tri-Cities
Plymouth, Washington is a short 33-minute drive from Tri-Cities and is famous for a number of things - including hidden treasure at the bottom of the Columbia River, a cool campground, and this fun hike near McNary Dam.