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A pedestrian suffered serious injuries Sunday evening after a hit and run in Kennewick.
At least 18 people tell local law enforcement they were almost victims of a new phone scam. According to the Benton County Sheriffs Office, none of them fell for it.
A lot of home have Wi-Fi dead zones that make it possible to connect to the Internet. Consumer Reports experts explain how to solve the problem.
Action News wanted to know what local farmers think of President Obama's plan to shield millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation. We found out, they have mixed feelings.
In less than a week, you could be ice skating outdoors in downtown Kennewick! The portable rink is almost ready to go.
The friends and family of Anthony Guerrero say he was caught at the wrong place at the wrong time during Wednesday's shooting.
A total of 16 children were officially made a part of loving homes.
Plans to file a second lawsuit were announced today -- in connection to workers exposed to vapors at Hanford's tank farms. The first lawsuit was announced yesterday by the state Attorney General against the Department of Energy and one of its contractors.
Consumer Reports has advice on finding fashionable eyeglasses while saving 40 percent. It can happen if you know where to shop.
Stores and restaurants continue to pop up in the Queensgate area of Richland. KEPR learned the plans for a movie theatre are once again moving forward.
The "ice day" wasn't all bad! We checked out where some of the kids were spending their time on a day off from school.
Pasco Police say there is likely a gang link between three shootings in the last 24 hours.
Officers are finding double the amount of violations as they did last year.
Vapors at Hanford can't escape the spotlight. Now it's the state's turn to raise a stink. The Attorney General's Office announced today it will sue the federal government and it's contractor, WRPS. KEPR got all sides on what this lawsuit could mean for workers.
Police served a warrant on one of the suspects. All three were booked after evidence was found in one of their houses.
It's been three weeks since the slowdown began on the West Side. We're feeling the effects here in Tri-Cities.
Consumer Reports tested three Chinese tires that cost much less than name brand tires. While they can be enticing, they wound up at the bottom of the ratings.
KEPR is staying on top of the use of prescription pills and heroin in our area. It turns out, there have been fewer overdose deaths in the Tri-Cities in the last three years compared to the three years before. This 30% decline is on pace with the state numbers as well. KEPR spoke with a recovering addict who is living proof of these stats.
The Columbia Park Golf Links has operated at a loss for the last few years and it's coming out of your pocket.