Over a thousand bicycles are set to be build Friday at the Benton Franklin Fairgrounds, with volunteers needed and a Country Gentleman lunch provided.
Police are searching for two subjects involved in a possible stabbing at Keywaydin Park.
If you're shopping for a new insurance plan through the state run Health Exchange Website, make sure to check which hospitals are covered.
Workers at the Vit Plant donated more than 30 thousand dollars and thousands of toys to the Toys for Tots Campaign.
A Benton County respiratory therapist is facing accusations from the state that could affect his license.
It's not too late to adopt a dog or cat for FREE.Tri-City Animal Control is offering free and half price adoptions.
A local group hoped to sign up three-thousand people for Obamacare by the end of next year. But the "Community Action Committee" has only assisted with 700 sign-ups.
What's Christmas without decorations? KEPR is tracking the way your tax dollars are being spent to light up our local cities. It can be a touchy subject. Most people appreciate the Christmas spirit, but some who don't celebrate the holiday may question their money being spent on this.
The first flu death confirmed by a lab for the 2013-2014 season in Washington state was a woman in her 50's from the Tri-Cities.
A high risk sex offender is living on Columbia St. in Pasco
Kennewick Police say opportunistic thieves made off with two cars Thursday morning.
White Pass Ski Area is now open for daily business.
KEPR is continuing to follow up on an abused horse found along the side of the road in Benton City. She now has a name and she's doing much better.
Kennewick Police say the safe recovery of a 14 year old is now really out of their hands. Elizabeth Romero's disappearance triggered an Amber Alert last week.
Pasco will help add right turns lanes for the on-ramps to Road 68.