KEPR is looking into the impact of an oil spill in the Yakima River that traveled as far as Prosser. Wildlife was affected. Today ecologists in Pasco gave Justin Lum a look into the process of cleaning 70 oiled birds that survived.
Relay for Life live interview
A Umatilla teacher that was killed in a car crash has been honored posthumously.
A man having a diabetic seizure caused dangerous driving conditions from the Blue Bridge all the way to Road 68.
Kennewick police have released the names of the man who fired at police and the officers who shot back.
Richland is trying to reduce traffic between downtown and the Queensgate area.
Women in the Tri-Cities are coming together this week to a build a house for a family in need.
Continuing our team coverage of the standoff, KEPR spoke with eye-witnesses to the whole thing. One man who lives directly across, and another who lives right below the apartment where it happened.
The Republican field of candidates continues to widen. Retired neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson is expected to make a major announcement at an event tomorrow in his hometown of Detroit. But in an exclusive interview tonight, Dr. Carson tells our National Correspondent Jeff Barnd he is in the race for the White House in 2016.
After Sheriffs called Christopher Thompson's cell phone Early Sunday morning he turned himself in.
Benton County Sheriffs say a man has barricaded himself inside a home in Finley on SR 397 near East Cochran Road.
KEPR has new information on a former Pasco officer who is a prime suspect in a murder from the 1980's up in Spokane. And we learned the details of the night last year. A woman accused Richard Aguirre of rape here in Franklin County.
KEPR is peeling back the layers on a veteran of Pasco Police, now considered a suspect in a cold case murder. Richard Aguirre was just charged with rape here in the Tri-Cities. But cops in Spokane say his DNA matches evidence found on the body of a dead prostitute in the 80's.
A bike helmet can be the difference between being in a deadly accident and surviving. Consumer Reports tested 23 different models to find the best ones to keep your family safe.
Most deadly accidents involving pedestrians, bicyclists and joggers happen after the sun goes down. Consumer Reports looked for the best ways to make yourself easier to spot.
Dustin Cannady suddenly lost his ability to walk back in April because of Lukemia, he is now in Remssion.
Americans have earned billions of frequent-flyer miles, but they often face hurdles when they try to redeem them for free travel. Consumer Reports did some research to find the best ways to get airlines to give you the trips you've earned.
The KEPR Crime Tracker is always keeping tabs on where you're most likely to be a victim of crime. Thieves are still breaking into cars at a similar pace, but where they're doing it has changed. KEPR learned the hot spots and spoke to an unsuspecting victim about how her neighborhood's been hit.
It's "turnover season" at the waste water treatment plant in east Kennewick. It brings the smell of sewage into the air.
A non-profit is teaming with Kadlec to bring a little fun to sick kids at the hospital. The event is called "Craft Day!"
There's a second place to grab a shaved ice from a popular Tri-Cities food truck.
All this beautiful weather may have your family spending more time at our local parks. KEPR looked into the new features coming for you to enjoy.