Relay for Life live interview
Some people in south Richland were taken by surprise by a planned power outage Saturday night.
An on-campus medical facility is now open at Ochoa Middle School in Pasco.
A mortgage is one of the biggest financial obligations many families have, but almost half of home buyers just take the first one that is offered to them.
There's a new option for helping people with mental illness who commit crimes, rather than sending them to jail.
Richland doesn't plan to leave the entrance to town as-is. More than 40-thousand cars enter George Washington Way from the highway every day. It's not only busy, it's dangerous. KEPR learned the top-two options for a rebuild.
If you want to learn more about wine, you now have a chance. Barnard Griffin is offering a five week course on wine!
The son of a Tumbleweeds employee has been diagnosed with cancer. The owner took to social media to help out.
Sunshine and 60 degrees in March could be part of the reason Tri-Cities tourism saw record-breaking numbers last year. Close to a half a billion dollars was dropped by people who don't even live here. KEPR found out how this benefits you.
Consumer Reports' engineers tested hundreds of new cars and chose the best of the best in ten of the most popular categories.
Walla Walla will be the host of a lagre-scale music festival this summer. The bands Mumford and Sons and the Foo Fighters are scheduled to headline.
As you're headed to bed, a local outreach group hits the streets looking for homeless teens and runaways who may not know what kind of help is out there. KEPR followed this group on one of their recent outings, and learned why some are inspired to give back.
The warmer than normal winter that we've had isn't all good news. It means the bugs came early.
Local mother says son was the inmate who died in an aparent suicide in a Benton County jail on Friday.
Texas Roadhouse restaurant opened it's doors Sunday after a grease fire forced an early closure Saturday night.
The two attorneys representing the widow and mother of Antonio Zambrano Motes agree to joint lawsuit.
A press release from attorney Charles Herrmann discusses the agreement to join forces with attorney Benjamin Crump to represent the Zambrano family.
Choosing the right smoke detector for your home can be a lifesaving decision. Consumer Reports looked at which ones are best for handling all types of fires.
Badger Mountain first graders put on a patriotic performance for family and the community.
Solar energy is also on tap in Badger Mountain South, which will be the first Tri-Cities community built with home capable of generating more energy than they use. KEPR got a first look at one example.
A breakdown of the slight increase in weapons found on Tri-Cities campusses last school year.
Law enforcement got some outside training on how to catch metal thieves.