An Italian prosecutor on Tuesday demanded that an appellate court find Amanda Knox guilty of the 2007 murder of her British roommate, a killing he argued may have been rooted in arguments about cleanliness.
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With the holidays upon us, it's hard not to think of those less fortunate, those without their families, and those without their health. For one family, their greatest loss has spurred a movement that's capturing the Tri-Cities.
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - Owners of several grocery store chains are telling customers to consider paying by cash or check while investigators try to secure a computer network that was hacked over the past two months and may have impacted customers in parts of Idaho, Oregon, Montana and Washington.
The KEPR Crime Tracker is continuing to follow an outbreak of burglaries in Kennewick. Police believe there are now 20 related to the same thief or thieves.
KEPR is looking closer at the problem with prescription pills and heroin addiction here in the Tri-Cities. Experts say our local problem isn't getting any better. We talked with a woman who overcame her addiction without methadone.
A "threatening" note pinned to the front door of a local high school delayed classes for several hours Monday, according to the Columbia County Sheriff's Department.
President Obama departed Seattle on Monday morning after raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for Democrats in a pair of private fundraisers Sunday.
Several companies are now marketing portable, micro-GPS trackers to anxious parents who want to know where their kids are at all times.
Seattle police are looking for a thief they've dubbed the "world's worst person" for stealing a wheelchair belonging to a 4-year-old girl.
The Washington state Christmas tree for the nation's Capitol has arrived in Washington, D.C.
Doctors at Walter Reed Army Medical Center allowed Lance Corporal Evin Bodle to temporarily return home for the first time since he suffered a massive injury.
The prosecutor seeking to reinstate Amanda's Knox's guilty verdict in her roommate's 2007 murder urged an appeals court on Monday not to repeat mistakes purportedly made by the court that freed her.
A load of oil refinery equipment approaching a million pounds and bound for the tar sands of western Canada is expected to begin moving through Eastern Oregon on Monday after a night's delay.
Starting next year Walla Walla police will start operating on 12-hour shifts instead of 8-hour work days.