KEPR learned where the most crashes happen in Kennewick - and it's a spot already under construction.
KEPR continues to follow the theft at a Richland coffee shop that was caught on tape.
You asked us to take the lead on securing new surveillance cameras for the Tri-Cities Animal Shelter, and so we are doing just that! We set up a Gofundme site to raise money.
The Grant County Public Utility District received an estimate on the cost Tuesday. The estimate includes fracture investigation, spillway repairs, fish passage modifications, shoreline protection and power supply costs.
The event is part of MESA Day, a celebration of mathematics, engineering and science education. 240 students from Pasco, Granger and Sunnyside will participate in the competition.
The public utility district received the award for the 15th consecutive year. It was honored for following high standards in tree care and conservation.
The Washington State Department of Health has released new data showing anencephaly is more than four times more common in a three-county area including Benton and Franklin Counties than the national rate. The department will create a committee to continue the investigation into the unusually high rate.
A Richland coffee stand owner had his stolen dart board returned.
Swooping over a terrain of great sadness and death, President Barack Obama took an aerial tour Tuesday of the place where more than three dozen people perished in a mudslide last month and steeled himself to mourn with those who lost loved ones in the destruction.
The vehicles' owner found the damage Tuesday morning. Officers say accelerants were found after a search of the vehicles.
Dentists will provide the first 100 patients who arrive at the Richland office with a free extraction, filling or cleaning.
A police interview of John Young was recorded just hours after the murder of a 17-year-old.
Parents of students in the district want to know why administrators have suddenly been suspended and what the handful of internal investigations are turning up.
Jury selection began Monday for a woman accused of vehicular homicide. Prosecutors say Natalie Lincoln was impaired by prescription medication when she hit and killed a man in Benton City.
Plans for a new police facility have been in the works for years, but a $14 million price tag was not realistic. The city is now looking into a smaller project.