Naveena Bontha, Hanford High School sophomore, placed second in the Engineering Materials category at the Intel International Science & Engineering Fair.
A final defendant in a multiyear timecard fraud case at Hanford has been sentenced to pay a $7,500 fine.
When Marysville police rounded up suspects during an early morning break-in at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, they found a 9-year-old boy among the group.
KEPR looks at a debate going on in Hermiston about whether or not the city has a problem with residents abandoning dogs.
The goal is to keep people who break the law...out of where you live. So KEPR is checking back in on the local effort to keep trouble tenants out of rental properties. We found out how many complexes are now on board and how effective the program has become.
From April 2014 to April 2015, 12 major industries saw growth and only one suffered losses.
Authorities say a 73-year-old BASE jumper who died after leaping from a southern Idaho bridge had set his parachute on fire as part of a stunt.
Oregon voters may be deciding whether state legislators should have power to impeach the governor and other elected officials from the executive branch.
For the first time ever, the Kennewick Irrigation District sets up an enforcement stance on watering schedules.
Krispy Kreme opened its doors and the crowd went wild.
Thousands of teachers marched through downtown Seattle on Tuesday as part of a one-day strike to encourage Washington lawmakers to put more money into the state education budget.
Columbia Center today announced it will host a Grand Opening Celebration and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for its newest retailer, Maurices, this Friday, May 22 at 9:30 a.m.
Commissioners set date for pot farm public hearing
Gov. Jay Inslee says that he's donating his pay raise to a fundraising site that helps with school expenses.