A homeowner is alerted to a fire in her home by her dog in the early morning. Walla Walla Fire Dept. reports all occupants of the home were able to make it out uninjured.
A gunman who was on campus at North Thurston High School in Lacey was captured by school staff, according to school district officials.
Reporter Austin Stanley takes us along on a trip to see how Shrine Circus animals are kept.
Have you ever wondered what it looks like to leave the earth and travel towards space?
At least 500 people filled Memorial Park in Pasco for a Children's Day and Book Day celebration.
Over 150 dogs and cats crowded Columbia Park for the annual Jenny's Hope Pet Adoption.
The Legislature's 2015 regular session is scheduled to end Friday afternoon, two days ahead of schedule, but only because lawmakers are already set to return for a special session next week to finish their work on a two-year operating budget.
Are you looking for something to do this weekend? Check out KEPR's list of Friday Freebies!
Summer is right around the corner and we've found out there's a whole bunch of exciting new things coming to our area.
A Benton City woman was reported missing Thursday and Benton County Sheriff's office has put out an 'attempt to locate' bulletin.
It's the most popular seafood in the United States, but Consumer Reports found some imported frozen shrimp contains potentially dangerous bacteria and antibiotic residue.
Gov. Jay Inslee is expected to sign into law an overhaul of Washington's medical marijuana market that seeks to eliminate unregulated dispensary sales now that the state's recreational market is in place.
The suspect who was killed in a seven hour standoff with police in a Wal-Mart parking lot Friday has been identified, according to Oregon State Police.
Republican U.S. Rep. Dan Newhouse has introduced a bill to remove the gray wolf from Endangered Species Act protections in Washington, Oregon and Utah.
Daphne Gallegos is the latest Pasco student to earn the prestigious Gates Millennium Scholarship. This year 52,000 students applied for the scholarship and Gallegos was one of the 1,000 students to earn the scholarship.
Jordan tests out a few items for sale.
A man accused in a murder in Connell last year will go to trial on murder charges.
Three Umatilla County Human Services employees are on administrative leave while the county conducts an investigation.
Drivers can expect minor delays along state highways through Pasco, Benton City, Kennewick and Richland Sunday through Thursday, April 26 through April 30.
A Yakima family pushed for a new law that could save the lives of newborns.
Three earthquakes up to magnitude-4.2 and nearly a half-dozen aftershocks have jolted northern Idaho, with residents from Washington state to Montana saying they felt the tremors.
A new service lets you see a doctor without leaving your home
Two people were booked into Benton County jail accused of shoplifting in Kennewick
KEPR uncovered a new list of schools that meet the need for extra money from the state or the feds. They're identified as ones most in need of improvement.
Tentative court date set for Deshawn Anderson pending a mental health evaluation from a independant expert.
GESA Credit Union and Safe Harbor Support Center announced a new partnership Thursday morning.
The House Committee on Rules voted 5-4 Thursday to advance a bill requiring background checks for nearly all private firearm sales.
Jordan meets up with some of the shelters and dogs/
The Daily Herald of Everett reports that Naval Station Everett has made some musical changes recently and not all the neighbors have been pleased.
A local entrepreneur has opened her own shop selling glass-etched items. Her Seahawks casserole dish was a big hit with viewers earlier this year.
A Clark County teen who strapped fake explosives around his body in a stunt to ask a date to the prom has been suspended from school.
MORROW COUNTY, Ore -- A Richland man has died in a car crash in Morrow County, Oregon. According to Oregon State Police the crash happened on Highway 207 Wednesday afternoon.
A campaign finance reform bill to require more disclosure of political spending appears dead in the Senate weeks after that chamber voted unanimously for a previous version of the measure.