The office is attached to the new Franklin County Justice Center.
A new hiking trail on Badger Mountain was supposed to be ready by the end of this month, but now KEPR has learned the trail won't be ready until November.
The jury is deciding the fate of 19-year-old John Young, accused of murdering a friend. Attorneys took their last chance to try to sway the jury one way or another.
Benton and Franklin County officials announced Wednesday they will cite scrap metal businesses that buy metal from people recently convicted of theft, burglary, robbery, or drug-related charges.
A man was driving down 395 when a passenger was forced to take control of the car.
For the third time in recent years, Walla Walla voters rejected a school bond. The school district has been trying to pass a bond since 2006.
It's not as cheap as you might think to live comfortably here in the Tri-Cities. Our region is among the top-third nationwide for the highest wages you'd need to afford a decent one-bedroom apartment.
State troopers are seeing a huge spike in the number of people speeding on the road around town.
Consumer Reports tested 19 brands of toilet paper to find the strongest and the softest.
Three counties in Eastern Washington aren't making much progress when it comes to a rare and deadly birth defect.
KEPR learned where the most crashes happen in Kennewick - and it's a spot already under construction.
Spiderman and other superheroes made an appearance at the medical center
A plan put out by the state Superintendent of Public Instruction includes in-depth provisions like smaller classes and all-day kindergarten.
KEPR continues to follow the theft at a Richland coffee shop that was caught on tape.
Parents of students in the district want to know why administrators have suddenly been suspended and what the handful of internal investigations are turning up.
Consumer Reports has advice on how to get rid of old electronics and salvage some cash while you do it just in time for Earth Day.
The local Union Gospel Mission gave hundreds of people a true Easter dinner.
The Easter Bunny made a stop over in Kennewick today. Bringing with him 20,000 Easter eggs.
We hate to tell you the Tri-Cities is paying the most for gas than any other big city in the state.