Relay for Life live interview
Some of you pointed out to us, an RV camped out in a parking lot belonging to Jason Lee Elementary for over a week, with people living in it! A few of you described seeing the couple watching the kids at recess. After talking with neighbors, many of you were stunned as to why law enforcement hadn't kicked them out yet. KEPR spoke with the mysterious pair as well as the Richland School District and got to the bottom of it.
The city is looking into replacing its streetlights as a pilot program is saving them thousands of dollars.
The health district teamed up with Buckwheat Bottoms in Richland to offer free car seat checks this afternoon.
Consumer Reports reviews the pitfalls that can come with some college bank cards. High fees are a big concern.
Dozens gathered together in John Dam Plaza to kick off an anti-abortion protest.
An update to a story we first brought you a month ago. A little Prosser girl needs a third open heart surgery but her original surgeon has moved to California.
A rollover accident this afternoon leaves one person in the hospital.
A car verse pedestrian accident Saturday night leaves one person in the hospital with serious injuries.
The KEPR Crime Tracker found homes are being broken into less frequently now that we are approaching the colder months. KEPR asked Kennewick Police why this could be and what you should do to make sure you don't become a victim.
The family of Michael Edwards, 55, who was killed last September in Benton City, called killer Noah Matlack the "son of Satan."
Millions of dollars in scholarship money are up for grabs at CBC. The number is higher than the college has ever seen for endowments. But the problem is, students are also paying more than ever for tuition. The gap has widened and KEPR found how this impacts those looking for higher education.
Two families agree: an alleged rape victim isn't getting justice. Those families include the father of the attacker himself. They say the Franklin County Prosecutor never should have struck a deal with the teenager accused of raping his former fiance. They go so far as to call the young man "dangerous" and said the prosecutor is lying. KEPR asked the tough questions to learn why the deal was made.
Consumer Reports offers advice for getting rid of old clothes, furniture and other things when you're doing your annual cleaning or moving someplace new.
Putting a parent or family member in a nursing home is a major decision. And knowing our state gets nearly a failing grade for care, is no comfort to the caretakers. KEPR poured over the records from Families for Better Care to examine our five Tri-Cities nursing homes. We found they were big contributors to bringing the state's grade down.
The Pasco homeless shelter is having the residents participate in community service volunteer hours to earn their meals.
Consumer Reports explains how some Blu-ray players now also provide internet streaming options.
A 17 year old Chiawana football player is in the hospital fighting for his life after a hunting accident.
There's a new way to build a microscope for your smart phone, for next to nothing. PNNL came up with the design.
The trial for a Richland woman accused of killing a baby, has been pushed back yet again. This time, into the new year. Kelli Jacobsen faces manslaughter charges for the death of Ryder Morrison.
Unreal Candy offers alternatives to iconic candies. Consumer Reports did blind taste tests to see how they stack up.