Police say they typically see more home burglaries during the holiday season.
Kennewick police are still looking for the suspected shooter that left one man in critical condition on Thanksgiving eve.
The more traditional Black Friday is not over yet here. The shoppers are still out in full force.
It's one of the most popular days of the season for people to take down their fall decorations and put up their Christmas ones. That includes the tree!
Another sign of the season - Kennewick's outdoor ice rink will open up tomorrow to skaters!
Investigators are still looking for the suspect behind Wednesday night's shooting.
Need to get into the holiday spirit? Here is a selection of seasonal television specials on the networks' lineups.
After the big meal, it's not a question of if, but when. When will you start your holiday shopping? We know some stores are already open. Your generosity is what thieves take advantage of. And, it never fails that some people forget to protect the things they buy. A KEPR reporter walked through a shopping plaza with a police officer to show you how often it happens.
Police are investigating recent burglaries to businesses that sell electronics and cell phones.
There's no avoiding the popularity of electronic toys among kids. Consumer Reports identifies options that will keep kids moving and not just staring at a screen.
Jordan talks with members of the Pasco Sunrise Rotary, Camp Patriot, and Ranch & Home.
A Kennewick assisted living home kicked off Thanksgiving early with a turkey trot this afternoon.
Murder charges are now official for the man accused of a deadly stabbing inside a Kennewick plasma donation center. Matthew de Vore is charged with second degree murder. Prosecutor Andy Miller says it could be upped to premeditated, first degree murder once he goes over all the evidence. KEPR spoke with the victim's daughter about her painful loss.
State Patrol is spending more than $200 thousand putting 23 of the new machines in Eastern Washington.
Holiday decorations are ready to go at the mall and the shopping frenzy begins tomorrow night. Toy stores are stocking up on the season's hot toys.
The Washington State Patrol is hoping someone saw what happened on Tuesday on I-90 near Stampede Pass.
Several variations of rice and rice products contain concerning levels of arsenic. Consumer Reports used data from the FDA and its own testing to recommend limits for how much rice kids and adults should eat. The testing also indicates the types of rice and other grains with lower levels of arsenic.
Tickets are still available for Apple Cup this Saturday.
A phone scam has the caller asking victims to obtain Green Dot cards for various payments.
Parents voiced their frustrations with the Richland School Board Tuesday night. Once again, they were sent away without answer as to where their kids will go to school.
Administrators at Kiona-Benton could eventually carry guns in school.
KEPR is continuing to follow the murder at a Kennewick plasma donation center. We got our first look at the suspect in court Tuesday. Witnesses told police, Matthew de Vore called the victim a rat bastard before plunging a knife in his chest. KEPR spoke to the victim's girlfriend who says she has lost the man she was meant to be with forever.
Kennewick Police say a woman was likely under the influence when she hit another car on Clearwater Tuesday afternoon.
The school board of the Prosser School District has turned down the offer of a donation of $14,000, since the money came from a legal marijuana auction.
Umatilla County is looking for a man suspected of breaking into four businesses.
Benton County couple appears to have died from accidental asphyxiation.
Officers responded to a shooting at about 5:00 pm near 10th and Washington.
A wanted man jumps off a second story balcony to escape police.
Richland School Board hopes to pick a plan for elementary boundaries Tuesday night. Two new proposals have been rolled out based on parent feedback at their meeting two weeks ago. Plans 6 and 7 do fix big busing issues, but RSD admits they can't make everyone happy.
Jordan heads to Silver Lake Winery in Zillah to try her hand at wreath making.
The Benton County coroner took three bodies from two separate scenes in the Tri-Cities today. One man was killed at a plasma donation facility in Kennewick, and two people were found dead in a home. It doesn't appear they're connected.
The Othello based company operates six vehicles between Othello and LA.
Police say a Kennewick man stabbed a Richland man who was now dating his estranged wife.