woman is safe after police took quick action and stopped her from jumping to her death. Pasco police rushed to the scene when they got a call that a woman on the Blue Bridge looked like she was about to jump.
Fewer teenagers are having babies in the Tri-Cities, but the numbers are still higher than the state average. Franklin County has one of the highest teen birth rates in Washington. KEPR found out what resources are available for teen moms.
Non-stop flights between the Tri-Cities and LAX resume in two weeks.
Are you looking for something fun to do this weekend?
Take a look at our list of Friday Freebies.
Take a look at our list of Friday Freebies.
We expect to learn next week whether a Benton City man's death will be ruled a homicide.
A Tri-Cities music instructor is facing child porn charges. Bill Simpkin was arrested at his workplace in the Richland Uptown Thursday. Simpkin rents space at Music Unlimited but is not an employee. Prosecutors say he downloaded child porn on his work computer.
It's a big milestone, but many cars can reach it with proper care. Consumer Reports found it which models are most likely to hold up that long.
Governor Brown declared drought emergencies for eight more Oregon counties as the state faces a very dry summer.
Kelley heads to Baums House of Chocolate in West Richland to try out their sweet confections.
New Maurices opens at Columbia Center Mall
This nationally recognized program offers an opportunity to meet local officers, discuss community issues.
Police arrested Clemente Garcia-Cerda Friday and Alejandro Jose Lomeli, 18,Tuesday in connection with the gang-related shootings on Sunday, May 17.
A month ago, Baby Bear was found emaciated and alone near Evans Creek, an off-roading park that runs to Mount Rainier. Today, he is happy, healthy and ready to find a new family to call his own.
A Lakewood man has pleaded not guilty to first-degree child assault after police say he severely beat his 2-year-old daughter and dangled her from a third-floor balcony for throwing up her oatmeal.
Our local nuclear plant is in the midst of a planned outage for maintenance and refueling. Media were welcomed on a tour of the facility, giving us a closer look inside operations and how the plant remains secure amidst natural and man-made threats.
School is back in session tomorrow after a one-day walkout by public school teachers across the Tri-Cities.
A campaign is under way here and elsewhere around the U.S. to "demilitarize" the police and produce officers who think of themselves as guardians of their communities, not members of an occupying force.
Columbia Basin College held a memorial for fallen service members in Washington Thursday.
KEPR found how kids spent their day during Thursday's teacher walkout.
Teachers in the Ki-Be School District walked out of work today. They used their time out of the classroom to help clean up neighborhoods.
Kelley Bayern learns a couple punches at Contenders Boxing in Kennewick.
PASCO, Wash -- The federal government believes there should be lower levels of fluoride in tap water. Pasco is the only spot in the Tri-Cities that adds fluoride to its drinking water, but it's not rushing to lower the amount.
Pasco Police and Tri Cities Crime Stoppers are looking for 36-year-old Axsel Landeros Villanueva, last known to live in Pasco.
Homeowners should water only during their two assigned A.M. or P.M. blocks, as scheduled by the last digit of their street address (house number). Watering may be up to 30 minutes per zone, station or sprinkler.
Meet Journey. This 6-month-old Shiba Inu/Jundo mix is a sweet, energetic little pup. But her friendly personality is a surprise considering the rough start she had in life.
Drought conditions in Washington that prompted Gov. Jay Inslee last week to declare an emergency are likely to grow worse because of a strengthening El Nino weather pattern in the Pacific Ocean.
The state's first charter school continues to operate under careful scrutiny of the Washington State Charter School Commission, while the process for approving more charter schools moves along.
The U.S. Department of Justice wants to improve access to voting for American Indians and Alaska Natives.
Walla Walla's city attorney says he won't file criminal charges against a top sheriff's deputy under investigation for injuring his 15-year-old son.
Washington state has hired a wildlife-conflict specialist to help reduce tensions caused by the state's growing population of wolves.
According to the state Trauma Registry, more than 330 children in Washington were hospitalized after falling from windows between 2011 and 2013.
The Yakima mother accused of starving her twin daughters is sentenced in Yakima County Superior Court to 10 years in prison.
It can be called a ding or even getting your bell rung, but concussions can be more serious than what we're used to thinking. Doctors are trying to change the term to be synonymous with brain injury, because that's exactly what it is.