The City of Kennewick released its 2013 annual crime report, and seizures of marijuana were up - despite the drug being legalized.
There's less than a 2 percent chance of a goat giving birth to four kids. All four are healthy.
The Grant County Public Utility District says the 2-inch wide crack has closed by nearly an inch since the reservoir's level was dropped about 25 feet.
A bill designating Palouse Falls as Washington's official state waterfall has passed the state Senate and will go to Gov. Jay Inslee's desk.
Police say 13-year old Kayden Burns from West Richland killed himself Saturday night. He was an 8th grader at Enterprise Middle School. Family members and fire personnel tried to save his life, but it was too late.
The state Liquor Control Board will issue a producer-processor license to Sean Green Wednesday morning at a meeting in Olympia.
Proving that crime isn't just a young man's game, here are 10 of Washington state's most-wanted senior citizens. The suspects, ranging in age from 63 to 92, are wanted on suspicion of everything from child molestation to murder.
The Hermiston City Council voted unanimously Monday night to ban medical marijuana dispensaries from operating within the city. The ordinance takes effect immediately.
Benton County voters could see a public safety sales tax on the ballot this August that would pump $9 million a year into law enforcement.
The Vista Field project is moving forward, just at a slower pace. KEPR has learned the demolition expected this spring probably won't take place until next year.
After what they are calling a successful year and a half at their new facility, 2nd Harvest is expanding their building.
More jobs and business may be on track in Richland. The city is looking to develop over $8 million worth of infrastructure in the Horn Rapids area.
An 11-year-old girl reported a man touched her as she walked to school last week in Kennewick. Police now say she admits the story was false.
Consumer Reports puts expensive paint through the paces against paint that's a third of the price to see if it's worth the money.
Utility spokesmen say it's a serious situation, but there's no immediate threat of flooding.