Overcrowding at our schools here in Tri-Cities has been an issue for years. As more families move in, schools have trouble keeping up with the high enrollment. KEPR looked at the student-teacher ratio here in our local classrooms and what's being done to help the overcrowding.
The body of a young man was found in a canal outside Benton City today. Crews working at the The Chandler Canal station spotted the man in the water.
Kidz Biz Salonz wanted to give back to the community, so they're offering free pictures.
The county may allow the off road vehicles on main roads in the future.
Consumer Reports goes over ways to save money at the supermarket while shattering a misperception.
The current superintendent of the Kiona-Benton School District will get another year on the job.
People living in east Kennewick called KEPR to report a pungent smell. The wastewater treatment plant is especially stinky this year. We found out why and how long it will last.
A station wagon caught fire on the side of Interstate 182 Tuesday.
The number of tagging incidents across the Tri-Cities has fallen year to year.
Two friends in Finley saw there was something wrong with a fellow student, so they rushed in to action.
The TRAC is always struggling to bring in more money than it spends to run the site, so its future is often up in the air. KEPR learned that, in 2013, the TRAC was nearly able to meet its record-breaking sales from the year before.
Captain Darrin Henderson is one of six local firefighters who volunteered to help in the Oso relief. He returned after a 14-day tour.
Consumer Reports highlights a journal article that indicates how many people die every year from medical mistakes in hospitals.
A West Richland outreach organization is always working to help the homeless dogs in the area. Their name is ASAP: Adopt Shelter Animal Pets.
Junior hockey players won't know the outcome of their game Sunday. Hundreds of people were told to leave the Toyota Center Sunday afternoon because of an ammonia leak.
A memorial was held this morning in honor of the woman killed in the fatal accident in Kennewick last week. 51-year-old Nina Howard was struck by a car on 27th Avenue and died at the scene.
Action News is continuing to follow the accident that sent four people to the hospital Saturday afternoon. A semi-truck ran a red light and slammed into a pickup truck, injuring a mom and her three young family members.
A mom is accused of leaving her children in a bathtub which led to one of them dying.