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Pasco Police have issued more school zone-related citations over the past three years.
Consumer Reports explains why convertible car seats are a logical choice to protect kids. Consumer Reports also identifies the best options.
A group of Pasco businesses are calling for the withdrawal of plans to expand the UGM men's facility.
The district is looking to consolidate the areas around the elementary school.
Consumer Reports tasters explain what makes a cereal healthy and find healthy examples of cereal that taste good.
Consumer Reports explains what so-called wearable technology has to offer and what developments are expected. Products that companies hope people will depend on more than cell phones.
The Carousel of Dreams opens tomorrow at 11AM.
School has been underway for a week now. And some cities are writing a lot of tickets for speeding in school zones, while other drivers are getting off with a warning.
The moment Kennewick voted for a permanent ban on recreational marijuana sales, the city was facing a lawsuit.
Police say they've seen substantially less graffiti around town since they began proactive patrols.
Pot won't be grown, processed, or sold legally in Kennewick and Pasco. So it's up to Richland to make a decision on whether pot sales will be legal anywhere in the Tri-Cities. Richland's City Attorney expects it will be a close decision when the issue is voted on in a couple weeks. KEPR talked to a local grower who now has even fewer options for selling his crop.
10 term congressman Doc Hastings broke his endorsement silence and threw his support behind Republican Dan Newhouse.
Consumer Reports medical experts explain the types of fish that are safer and what to avoid when it comes to mercury concerns.
The Carousel of Dreams is set to open Friday in Southridge.
The Kennewick City Council is expected to vote on a permanent ban to recreational marijuana sales in the city.
Former gang members are getting their tattoos removed for free. The goal is to change their appearance and better their lives. The unique program is underway in Walla Walla. KEPR was there as a former gang banger attended his tenth session to remove tattoos.
Kennewick Police say the 16 year old driver may have suffered a medical emergency when she hit and killed Raquel Middleton.
Two Kennewick Fire Departments received a big thanks today. Olive Garden delivered and donated lunch!
KEPR is continuing to follow the progress of a little Kennewick girl who almost burned herself to death two years ago. 6-year old Jadin Filla was playing with a lighter and a piece of paper on July 4th, 2012. A mishap had her engulfed in flames. Jadin let out a blaring scream, and was found by her older sister. KEPR caught up with Jadin and her family as she's recovering from her 19th surgery; another painful step to improving the little girl's quality of life.
The man who prompted an Amber Alert last week is now in custody at the Yakima County Jail. The alert went out after a toddler was reported abducted.