The cars were empty and no one was injured. But the company says this line is vital to the economy of the region.
The 17 car prowls over the course of the night is extremely rare for the small city. Even more rare when you look at the history.
KEPR is always Taking Action for You. Just yesterday, we reported a code enforcement case was opened against the abandoned M Hotel in Richland. And today, crews were out there cleaning it up.
A look into the Kids Ride Free event at Horn Rapids Motorsports Complex in Richland.
KENNEWICK, Wash. -- The newest member of our action news team, Jordan Wilkerson, joins Abby at Hole in the Wall in Kennewick. There, the two talk gun safety, preview upcoming classes, and practice shooting.
A new brew pub in Pasco will open its doors Tuesday! It's called Brews Taphouse and Growler Fills.
It's a barometer of good news for Tri-Cities crime, KEPR learned property crime has dropped in Hermiston, which is a positive indicator for residents here in the Tri-Cities.
The Kennewick man accused of killing a woman with his car, will now go to trial in November.
The long-awaited Carousel of Dreams is set to open in two to three weeks!
A Seattle police officer is under official investigation for writing too many marijuana tickets.
Local police worked together to arrest a Bellevue man suspected of hiding out in the Tri-Cities while on the run from the law.
A family safely escaped a burning home in Kennewick Wednesday afternoon.
An abandoned hotel in Richland has been collecting dust since last fall. Wednesday code enforcement opened a case, hoping to get the property cleaned up.
Several areas have groups of mosquitoes that tested positive for the potentially deadly virus.
The KEPR Crime Tracker found a hot spot of car break-ins. 17 cars were hit in the same area of West Richland. KEPR found a common denominator between the break-ins and has the latest on the police department's search for a suspect.
This year's line-up for the Chefs on Parade event has been announced
Free books to Tri-Cities families have been cut.
Tickets will be available for single games to see the Seahawks play the Raiders or the Cowboys.
Consumer Reports explains it doesn't have to be hot outside for conditions inside a car to be deadly while also looking at technology designed to prevent tragedies from happening.
Richland is hoping a federal grant will help cover the cost of re-doing a major intersection.
A sexually violent predator is appealing a decision to keep him locked up past his sentence.
Tuesday's events marks the third time in just a month that a run-in with police has lead to a dead suspect. Many of you were concerned there have been so many. KEPR took your questions to law enforcement, to see just why these incidents deserved deadly force.
KEPR checked back in on Pasco students using iPads instead of going to summer school.
Around midnight on July 28th, Pasco Police Officers received a call about a disturbance in the 4200 Block of Desert Place.
The first mural added to the Uptown in Richland is complete.
Pasco has big plans to revamp the downtown, but not if they can't get people to go there.
One thing you won't see is the hydro that normally welcomes you into Columbia Park, it has been removed.
A Richland man was found dead following a plane crash in northern Idaho.
Pasco just approved a comprehensive capitol projects plan. We took at look at their plans for parks.
The thermostat has pushed back up over 100. Your electric meter many be spinning pretty quickly. KEPR looked at ways you can keep this heat out of your house. We learned the likely culprits that drive up your bill in tonight's big story.
The crowds may have thinned, but visitors will head our way again next weekend. The Tri-Cities will host the Amateur Softball Association Western National Championship.
Water Follies came and went with fewer than two dozen arrests over the course of the weekend.
23 people were arrested in connection to this year's Water Follies.