A missing 2-year-old boy who was abducted from his Des Moines home by force on Tuesday has been found safe in Renton, police say.
Republicans in the state Senate said Wednesday they want most teacher salary negotiations to be statewide, with fewer local dollars going to pay educators.
Prevention measures to protect life and property are in effect through October 15 on 13 million acres of DNR-protected lands
Pasco Police arrest hit and run suspect
The hard drive of a state worker's laptop computer was damaged when he turned it over as part of a federal investigation involving Washington State Auditor Troy Kelley, but officials say there is no evidence of an intentional effort to destroy data.
A Hanford High student might just be the next Einstein.
Governor Inslee traveled to our side of the state to celebrate the Port of Kennewick's 100 year anniversary.
Newly formed group, Tri-Cities Community Solutions, marched through the Tri-Cities today to protest police brutality and the shooting death of Antonio Zambrano Montes.
The missing juvenile has been located by Yakima County Sheriff's detectives at a residence in Prosser.
Anyone with information regarding the location of Cecilia Garcia is asked to call the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office at 574-2500 or 800-572-0490. Anonymous tips can also be called into Crime Stoppers of Yakima County at 248-9980 or 800-248-9980 or e-mailed to yakima.crimestoppersweb.com.
A former Pullman man who was convicted of killing three Washington State University students and injuring four others in an auto crash has been released from prison.
A bill to make it a civil offense to lock an animal in a car or enclosed space in dangerous conditions has passed the state House.
The victims of a deadly accident beneath a Highway 410 overpass have been identified as a young couple who served as youth pastors at a local church and their infant son.
A Spokane school district official says the district has started removing from classrooms any children who can't prove they have had legally required vaccinations.
The school year is winding down and state tests are getting underway. This includes the newest test that follows common core standards. And now some parents are refusing to even have their child sit for the exam. KEPR spoke with one of those parents and her reasons why.