The Department of Energy held a town hall meeting in Richland Monday night. It came on the heels of the state's timeline for cleaning up the area. The DOE presented their case for why they can't meet those standards and there were dozens of Hanford workers, both past and present on hand, to put the DOE's feet to the fire.
The company announced an agreement Tuesday with the state attorney general's office over what the state called a deceptive surcharge.
Keeping gangs out of our neighborhoods: It's the fight of all police agencies in the Tri-Cities. For Benton County, it meant putting together a gang unit.
Captain Darrin Henderson is one of six local firefighters who volunteered to help in the Oso relief. He returned after a 14-day tour.
The TRAC is always struggling to bring in more money than it spends to run the site, so its future is often up in the air. KEPR learned that, in 2013, the TRAC was nearly able to meet its record-breaking sales from the year before.
With the federal tax deadline only a day away, the Richland Police Department has received several reports of scam phone calls claiming to be from the IRS.
Consumer Reports highlights a journal article that indicates how many people die every year from medical mistakes in hospitals.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife says it may be necessary to carry the fish upstream in trucks if enough water is not restored to the reservoir to make the dam's fish ladders operational in time for spawning season.
Lots of wanted suspects have aliases, often standard nicknames or frequent misspellings of a difficult last name. But, occasionally you get sobriquets like Wardog and El Primo. Here are the top 12 aliases of our Washington's wanted suspects.
The forest plans to burn between 1,000 and 4,000 acres this spring, but says the actual figure will depend on weather and other conditions.
One of the oldest buildings on the grounds of the Washington State Fair was destroyed by fire early Monday, just hours after the spring fair concluded Sunday night, spokeswoman Karen LaFlamme said.
A West Richland outreach organization is always working to help the homeless dogs in the area. Their name is ASAP: Adopt Shelter Animal Pets.
Junior hockey players won't know the outcome of their game Sunday. Hundreds of people were told to leave the Toyota Center Sunday afternoon because of an ammonia leak.
A memorial was held this morning in honor of the woman killed in the fatal accident in Kennewick last week. 51-year-old Nina Howard was struck by a car on 27th Avenue and died at the scene.
Action News is continuing to follow the accident that sent four people to the hospital Saturday afternoon. A semi-truck ran a red light and slammed into a pickup truck, injuring a mom and her three young family members.