A Tri-Cities physician had his license suspended by the Washington State Department of Health, which cited concerns of "categorical substandard care" by Dr. Alexander Ortolano, M.D.
Umatilla County Sheriff's Office is investigating the attempted kidnapping of a woman in Athena, OR.
Authorities say a man well known to law enforcement was arrested Thursday morning after a traffic stop.
The Dairy Queen® System Creates a Blizzard of Miracles on July 30
Kelley heads to Club 24, a gym in the Tri-Cities, to check out their workout classes with a few of their personal trainers.
A new faith-based center is open at the prison in Connell. Organizers told KEPR why they never gave up the effort on making this happen, and why they're so confident this center will keep people from falling back into the system.
Football fans listen up...Our area's first Buffalo Wild Wings should be open just in time for the Seahawks season opener.
Plans for a new animal shelter have been tossed around for years. But the once-stagnant project is moving again.
Pasco police surrounded a home Wednesday at W. Bonneville St. and Fleming Lane during a standoff with a man they say fired shots into an intersection.
The jury has decided Kelli Jacobsen, 31, is guilty of aggravated second degree manslaughter for the death of a child in her care.
The fifth batch of information and photos from the Special Investigation Unit's probe into the fatal officer-involved shooting of Antonio Zambrano-Montes has been released.
Kennewick police say a man hit the gas instead of the brake and drove into the Columbia River Wednesday.
A wildfire in southeast Washington that has burned more than 9 square miles is about 73 percent contained.
The three-day Grand Opening will include $2 sandwiches and the chance to win free barbecue for a year! The event beings Thursday, July 30 where the first 50 guests receive $50 giftcards.
Automated calls from telemarketers are annoying, and there are a lot of products that promise to block them. Consumer Reports found out how effective they really are.
Residents complained last year that the music was so loud it shook their windows.
An accused killer won't get a new judge for his Franklin County murder trial.
A new poll shows that while Washington Gov. Jay Inslee got a better grade from respondents than the state Legislature, just 30 percent say they were inclined to vote to re-elect him.
Anyone selling or providing services door to door in the City of Kennewick is required to have, on their person, a City of Kennewick Solicitors License. These licenses include an image of the person doing the soliciting and they are required to be with the solicitor and shown at all times.
Thirty-four Republican state legislators have signed a letter asking Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson to investigate Planned Parenthood over allegations of selling fetal tissue.
The newest infant and toddler clothing store opened in Richland.
We are following up on the drug and crime problem at one of our local skate parks. We originally looked into the story last summer after being contacted by frequent users who were fed up with trouble at the park.
A new West Richland meat market is offering locally-made products.
The man shot in the shoulder by a Benton County Sheriff's deputy after a standoff over the weekend is at a Seattle hospital in serious condition.
The final phase of planning is underway for Kennewick's Vista Field, and you're invited to give feedback.
Human remains found over the weekend inside Mount Rainier National Park are believed to be those of a missing 64-year-old hiker who vanished without a trace last summer while walking the Wonderland Trail.
Jury begins deliberating in Richland nanny trial
Dan Richard Dickey, age 68, of Kennewick, Washington, was sentenced today, after having previously pled guilty on February 24, 2015 to Receipt of Child Pornography.
Gov. Jay Inslee on Tuesday directed the state Department of Ecology to develop a plan to cap carbon emissions in the state and to increase enforcement of existing pollution laws, saying that the state can't wait for legislative action to address climate change.
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has signed a bill allowing medical marijuana dispensaries to sell pot to recreational users.
Tuition will drop 20 percent at Central Washington University over the next two years. The reduction, approved by the state Legislature in June, will reduce the price of a bachelor’s degree by $1,686 over two years.
The sockeye fishery at Lake Wenatchee will re-open July 30 for fishing.