Anna King

Anna King calls Richland, Washington home and loves unearthing great stories about people in the Northwest. She reports for the Northwest News Network from a studio at Washington State University, Tri-Cities. She covers the Mid-Columbia region, from nuclear reactors to Mexican rodeos.

The South Sound was her girlhood backyard and she knows its rocky beaches, mountain trails and cities well. She left the west side to attend Washington State University and spent an additional two years studying language and culture in Italy.

While not on the job, Anna enjoys trail running, clam digging, hiking and wine tasting with friends. She’s most at peace on top a Northwest mountain with her husband and their muddy Aussie-dog Poa.

NORTHWEST NEWS Correspondent

News Posts

Scene from the 2017 Eagle Creek Fire in Columbia River Gorge
Environment

Smoke-Filled Summers Suck. Health Officials Say Prepare Now For Long-Term Effects

Wildfire smoke can be annoying. It makes your eyes water and your nose run. But for some people with certain medical conditions, wildfire smoke can be especially unhealthy — and sometimes deadly. That’s why experts say people need to prepare before fires start. One big way to help: get an air filtration system. Continue Reading Smoke-Filled Summers Suck. Health Officials Say Prepare Now For Long-Term Effects

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Changing the clock for the first Daylight Saving Time in 1918. CREDIT: U.S. SENATE HISTORICAL OFFICE
Featured

Washington Legislature Votes To End Twice-Yearly Time Changes (Your Move, Oregon)

A measure to adopt daylight saving time all year-round is now one small step away from the desk of Washington Gov. Jay Inslee. The same issue is still chugging along in the Oregon and California legislatures as part of a loosely coordinated movement to dispense with the unpopular ritual of springing forward and falling back. Continue Reading Washington Legislature Votes To End Twice-Yearly Time Changes (Your Move, Oregon)

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