A local dog named Tucker has a very special talent for tracking, and scientists say he's helping save wildlife -- including killer whales -- all over the world.
A report from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that Idaho remains at the bottom of public education spending and Washington state is below the national average.
A man who just bought a Chevrolet Corvette ended up crashing it into a power pole and knocking out electricity to folks in Boring.
A child rapist has moved near Sacajawea Elementary in Richland. This is the second registered sex offender to pick a home near the school in the last year.
Facebook has become very much a part of our everyday life. It's on our cell phones, laptops and most likely work computers too. So why not on the homepage of every police station? Well, it soon may be. The social networking site is now on track to become law enforcement's newest tool.
A Richland Park is set to become a community garden pending city council's decision.
There's a land grab underway and KEPR learned the farmers scored a small victory.
Chances are you've seen those large banners around town declaring "shame on this restaurant" or "shame on this gas station," but you may not know exactly why they should feel ashamed.
Amazon.com has revealed plans to build three large greenhouse like biodomes in the midst of its proposed Denny Triangle office development.
Kennewick used a state funded program to expedite the development in Southridge.
This unknown subject is wanted for dumping hazardous waste, 20-30 cans of paint, into a business dumpster on
25 minutes of time might have saved countless lives during the devastating tornado that struck Moore, Oklahoma on Monday.
A story about a sex offender moving into a neighborhood near an elementary school has earned KEPR Action News Reporter Frances Watson a 1st place award.
The FBI said Monday that no one has been arrested after last week's discovery of a pair of letters containing the deadly poison ricin in Spokane, but the agency remained tight-lipped about the investigation and a weekend raid at a downtown apartment building.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has signed a bill that would provide more environmental protections against derelict vessels in Washington's waterways.