Police report there is a 46% increase in burglaries this year compared with this time last year.
Trial began Wednesday in federal court in Spokane for a group of people accused of growing marijuana near Kettle Falls in northeast Washington.
Three officers fired 17 shots at an unarmed Mexican man in Washington state, and five or six of the bullets hit him in a deadly shooting that has led to weeks of protests and calls for a federal investigation, authorities say.
Jordan drops by the 2nd Annual Women Veterans Symposium fundraiser.
At approximately 12:30 am this morning the Washington State Patrol brought into the Franklin County Corrections Center, Russell Sharrer, 54 years of age of Kennewick. Once inside the facility Mr. Sharrer resisted the Trooper as he was being brought from the vehicle into the booking area.
Jordan samples the many different categories of food that Baby J's has to offer.
Jordan gets a behind-the-scenes look at how these unique pieces are created.
Franklin County says no to marijuana sales for six months.
Craig Nunamaker pleads guilty to burglary
Kennewick Police have inpounded a truck they say could have been involved in a fatal hit-and-run.
Lots of websites promise you a free credit score, but Consumer Reports says they're not all offering the same information.
We learned just how many bullets were fired and how many hit Antonio Zambrano-Montes when he was shot by police. The Special Investigations Unit held its final news conference today, while Zambrano's family held his funeral Mass. KEPR was there for it all.
The number of homeless students in our state is at an all-time high, and local schools have also seen an increase. One district in particular has really spiked.
Federal authorities have fined a northern Idaho business $14,000 following the death of a Washington state teenager who was killed while posing as a zombie at a Halloween corn maze attraction.
Ultimately, officers fired their handguns a total of 17 times. 5 to 6 of those rounds struck Antonio Zambrano-Montes.