Columbia Basin College is expanding their nursing program and they're teaming up with Kadlec to do it.
It's a beautiful evening at the Benton Franklin Fair and Rodeo but some people say they wouldn't set foot on the rides. They question just how safe it is to ride a ferris wheel that's here today and gone next week. KEPR looked into safety inspections on these portable rides.
Thanks to the Salvation Army, dozens of underprivileged kids are now equipped for the first day of school.
The Kennewick Police Department swore in a new officer today, giving a special needs student a chance to go on patrol.
The second of two murals in the Uptown Shopping Center in Richland is underway, adding a splash of color to a drab alleyway.
The house up on the hill off Highway 240 is a unique looking house.
There's a special contest at the fair tomorrow with some pretty sweet prizes!
The U.S. Department of Labor says Washington River Protection Solutions violated federal rules by firing the worker after she raised questions about safety. The company says her concerns over environmental issues did not play a role in her termination.
KEPR-TV News Anchor Terry Chick accepts the Ice Bucket Challenge
Consumer Reports calls on the FDA to reconsider its approval of a new prescription painkiller.
The fair is back! If you don't go, it's probably because you think it's too expensive. We went to find the best deals for your family budget.
Inmates are finding new ways to sneak drugs into jail. Which is putting canine officers to work more often. KEPR learned some of the ways these police dogs are solving crimes in our community daily.
A year after her brutal attack, Karen Lange is still recovering, and finding herself taking a different role.
Recaro is recalling more than 39,000 car seats.
Officers responded to West 4th Avenue late last night for a possible burglary in progress.