At (time) it's time now for our (day) morning sprint here on good morning northwest... we will check in with chief meteorologist kristin walls in just a minute but first heres a look at todays top stories.
A fight involving guns and knives breaks out in richland early this morning ... around 3 a-m, police were sent to the motel 6 on fowler street to reports of a "multiple person fight in the middle of the street involving guns and knives"... officers say two people with blood on them were arrested for fighting in public...so far there's no reports of any serious injuries... anyone with more information on other suspects should contact richland police.
A teenager turns herself in after crashing into a car and fleeing the scene... it all happened around 10:30 saturday night in the 2100 block of south reed street.... police say 18-year-old kimberly vincent crashed into this gray dodge -- then fled the scene -- but crashed again at the roundabout at 19th and south union... that's when she called police... she was cited for hit-and-run, but they say drugs or alcohol weren't involved.
Kennewick police are investigating a suspicious vehicle fire that sparked up last night at the kamiakin apartments... witnesses reported seeing a man break the driver side window and throw something in the vehicle before taking off running.
There were no injuries... if you have any information please contact kennewick police.
A 14-year-old allegedly causing an accident and taking off in west richland.
Officers responded to the crash on keene and kennedy roads yesterday.
Police found one driver at the scene.
They were taken to the hospital for minor injuries.
A witness followed the other driver and officers learned a 14-year-old was behind the wheel.
He was taken into custody and released to his mother.
Officals said the 14-year-old took his mom's car without her knowing.
Kennewick fire department containing a large fire at zintel canyon over the weekend.
The fire was visible outside the canyon and was seen by a passerby.
K-f-d was able contain the fire by gaining access to a paved trail.
The cause is still under investigation.
> a driver suffers serious injuries after crashing into a semi truck in franklin county.
And alcohol appears to be a factor.
Late saturday night, deputies were called out to pasco kahlotus and martindale roads.
The driver of the car was rushed to the hospital with serious injuries.
It's not known if the truck driver was hurt.
Deputies believe the driver of the car was drunk.
> classes are running normally this morning after a social media threat against delta high school.
School administrators were made aware of the threat friday night.
Pasco police were notified and soon arrested one person.
We don't know yet if they're a student or what the threat was... however, police say there is no active threat to the school.
The school district said they're thankful for the community member who came forward to report the threat.
Chinook pass on state route 410 is closed due to a mudslide.
Wash-dot shut down the pass over the weekend.
Crews will be out later this morning to re-evaluatethe area and determine the next step.
State route 123 was temporarily closed but is now back open.
> nearly 150 downed trees forced tollgate highway to close this weekend.
O-dot workers rushed to remove them from the road, and remove any potentially dangerous ones on the side of the highway.
The oregon highway was closed for a little over 24 hours.
It has since reopened, but the shoulder is still shut down.
The yakima valley farmworkers clinic is urging everyone to get their flu shots.
They'll host a number of clinics throughout the week.
Walk-ins are welcome, and flu shots cost 20- dollars.
They'll be offered at multiple locations across the yakima valley.
For a full list, just head to yak-tri-news-dot-com.
A panel discussion on yakima's role in the detention and deportation pipeline will be held this wednesday.
It's part of yakima valley college's diversity series.
Panelists include the eastern washington network coordinator of the washington immigrant solidarity network and project coordinator of u- w's center for human rights.
It'll be held at the deccio higher education building at y-v-c at 6 p-m.
(toss to kristin) from the legends skycam network, here's a look from toppenish.
More rain chances on the way today.
Mainly dry start out the door on skywatch radar with plenty of clouds to begin your morning.
Temps in the 30s and 40s.
Planning out your day look for a mostly cloudy sky with a few rain showers mainly this afternoon with temps in the upper 50s and low 60s.
Futurecast shows the rain showers today into tomorrow morning.
Sunshine back tuesday afternoon into wednesday.
On the 7day back to a quiet weather pattern with sunshine.
A rollercoaster ride with temps with highs in the low 70s tuesday, back down into the low 60s wednesdayand thursday.
Then near 70 friday.