Richland Police say the case of Sean Challe "stands out" as one of the worst cases of suspected child sex crimes in department's history.
Suspected car thieves, kidnappers or even killers could be caught using technology that's now in effect across the Tri-Cities. Known as license plate readers, the cameras have a lot more capability than the human eye. KEPR found out how the $20,000 software is keeping you safer.
The Tri-Cities has fewer kids in preschool than the national average. It's a trend that can affect the readiness for success in later grades.
Jordan gets a behind-the-scenes tour.
Consumer Reports explains how Apple Pay works and how secure the technology is.
Jordan walks through the haunted forest trail.
Jordan tries some sinful dishes at Green Gables Inn.
Kennewick Police arrest a woman after she tries to punch and bite her way out of Rite Aid.
Experts attribute an almost six year low for our area's unemployment on agriculture and healthcare.
A new reality show is being filmed in Othello, and this isn't the animal house that was a hit in the 80's.
Local mechanics are seeing a rush on people looking to winterize their car and put on snow tires, but not everything has to be done by an expert.
It's a threat affecting local students every day. Drivers are rolling the dice and hoping to avoid tragedy by ignoring a stopped bus that has its red lights flashing. Despite the lights and the stop sign that extends off the bus, many drivers speed right by. The state looked at how often it's happening right here in the Tri-Cities.
The speed limit will drop sooner on part of Van Giesen in West Richland. Right now the speed goes from 55 mph down to 35 mph near Ruppert Road. Now it will drop down about a quarter mile earlier, west of Ruppert.
The first case of influenza was diagnosed for the season in late September on the Pullman campus of WSU.
Just because they're sex offenders doesn't mean they're not allowed to go to school.