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It's been a pretty mild winter except for that early November freeze. Farmers say that could be a problem for their crops this growing season.
It's been the topic of headlines for months. Gas prices continue to plummet.
Monday kicks off the 10th annual Warm Up With Cool Books event at most of our local libraries.
The downtown Kennewick skating rink was a big hit this year. The fun is almost over.
Consumer Reports rates cell phone services for data, text, voice and overall satisfaction based on a survey of 63,000 subscribers.
The accused killer got an official trial date.
Plans to make changes are in the works.
The man admits to shooting the six month old puppy, as well as several other dogs that have come onto his property.
More than 100 gifts were donated by local companies.
It will be the biggest solar project in eastern Washington.
Credits scores can be dragged down by mistakes. A Consumer Reports survey found that almost of Americans don't bother to check for errors that can make it harder to get a loan or a job.
Richard Howard was shot and killed by a sniper after he fired more than 60 rounds in his home.
The West Richland Fire Department will hit the road in lighted firetrucks.
The family was surprised by the generosity.
His name isn't Vern Fonk, but he is the president of the new-to-Tri-Cities insurance company.
The pool at Memorial Park will now offer season passes for families.
Consumer Reports finds fun, safe toys for cats and dogs to join in the holiday celebrations.
"Home for the Holidays" is having its best year so far.
A cooperative sweep of the entire Tri-City is being called a success.
KEPR is following up on a family who had a man crash his truck into their home while trying to escape police.
Two incidents of possible animal cruelty hit Kennewick over the weekend, both involving air-riffles.