Wind chills that feel like 20-25 degrees below zero could be felt in the Tri-Cities.
Officers have new information regarding the Amber Alert released Thursday for a 14-year-old Kennewick girl.
Chris Petersen will be the next head coach of the University of Washington football team.
Richland Police are still searching for one of the men suspected of shooting up a car with three-people inside. The other suspect turned himself in. Thankfully, no one was seriously hurt. KEPR has the only video from the scene.
Kennewick Police 14-year-old Elizabeth Romero was abducted Wednesday by her 19-year-old boyfriend Edwardo Flores Rosales. Officers believe he is taking her to Mexico.
KEPR has learned the fate of the Richland Farmers' Market in the Parkway is up in the air. Some local business owners don't like the stands tying up the Parkway on Fridays. Soon it will be put to a vote.
Local businesses in Kennewick have reason to smile today. The city broke ground on a new hotel going in next to the convention center.
The "Paper Factory" has closed in the Broadmoor Outlet Mall.
Walla Walla has postponed its lighted parade one week due to frigid weather.
Richland High is collecting shoes to send to Africa for people who may not have shoes at all. It's part of the "Shoes for Love" program.
An Amber Alert was issued for a missing 14 year old out of Kennewick who is believed to be in danger and may be with a 19 year old.
One year after same-sex marriage became legal in Washington, 62% of the marriages performed were between two women.
Salmon Creek's Caran Johnson, well known in local social-media circles for her tweets on Clark County traffic under the handle @ScanCouver, wrote that she unknowingly live-tweeted her husband's death Tuesday afternoon.
At least a dozen bullets hit a truck with three people inside in a Richland mobile home park.
KEPR learned Toys for Tots is no longer welcome at Walmart. Workers at the superstore were accused of stealing from the donation program. Walmart doesn't want to take the risk, so it won't allow any more donation bins in its stores.