Officers responded to West 4th Avenue late last night for a possible burglary in progress.
These 14 men and women are the newest wanted suspects in Spokane and the surrounding counties as compiled by Crime Stoppers of the Inland Northwest.
New businesses are planned for downtown Richland. There hasn't been much on Swift between the Burger King and Kadlec, but now a re-boot is in place.
School districts have made safety improvements as your kids prepare to go back to class next week. KEPR found out how campuses will be even safer this year.
A Walla Walla County man is the first to be confirmed as having West Nile Virus during the 2014 mosquito season.
Consumer Reports recommends toaster ovens, microwaves and more that fit best into the college lifestyle.
A strange situation has left the Tri-City Animal Shelter in a bind. Two parties claiming a missing dog is theirs. The exact same description was given by both parties, down to a small little shave mark, the only thing different was the name they gave. KEPR talked with the animal shelter director about the sticky situation and what could have been done to avoid this altogether.
The District is in talks with West Richland. They're working on closing on a 30 acre parcel just off Keene Road.
Are you looking for something to do this weekend? Check out KEPR's list of Friday Freebies.
Richland has a new plan to prepare preschoolers for kindergarten. The district is partnering with local day cares to get students on the right foot.
Guadalupe Montejano's trial was pushed back to next month.
Group of do-good students showed up two weeks early to beautify the campus.
Consumer Reports looks at different options to help your cell phone battery last longer and what to do if you need an emergency charge.
Brothers and sisters who enter the foster care system often get split up into different homes. A local summer camp reunites these siblings, and turns a tough past into a more promising future.
A barren field near the Cable Bridge is ripe for development and it's getting more likely that will happen. Pasco spent the last decade cleaning petroleum waste on more than 50 acres, now, it could house stores and restaurants.