The Tri-Cities Animal Shelter is always home to a lot of pit bulls, but people continue to over breed the dog, to the point that a third of all dogs that come through the shelter, are pit bulls.
It was a stealth mission for the Benton-Franklin Health District, staking out a Kennewick elementary school.
Police arrested Jonathan Tavarez-Trujillo after they got a tip from a national agency.
The snow caused most of the car wrecks outside of town.
Despite the snow melting quickly, it didn't stop some sledders from racing down the hill.
Consumer Reports looks at those handy pop-up thermometers. Tests show they often overcook or undercook the turkey. Testers offer a better solution.
Jordan crashes a dress rehearsal.
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The Tri-Cities got a light dusting of snow Thursday.
We recently presented a week-long series on tips for new drivers, called License to Live. Snowy conditions can present a whole new set of challenges for teen drivers. Most get overconfident in their skills. One of our KEPR reporters took a driving lesson to get experience on icy roads.
Plow crews made quick work of roads around town, the just south of Tri-Cities, the snow caused some problems.
The 13th Annual Octoberfest food drive ended with a bang. Numbers were record breaking.
The snow won't stop students at Southgate Elementary -- they're speed stacking through the night! Say that five times fast.
The snow isn't stopping a wedding planned for this evening at a Kennewick assisted living center.
Jordan tries her hand at pizza making.