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
High blood pressure affects millions of Americans. Consumer Reports looked at the best monitors to detect the condition.
McCurley Integrity Subaru wasn't just selling cars today. The staff presented a generous donation to the local meals on wheels.
Pasco is trying to bring its traffic lights into modern times. Giving you the green when you need it, versus waiting for all four directions to cycle by. KEPR learned how quickly it will happen and how Pasco will pay for it.
Tomorrow marks one year since the Plymouth gas plant explosion. KEPR got an update from Williams Northwest Pipeline on the status of its two separate plants
Teens off for Spring Break may be looking to line up jobs when school is out.
Record number of flyers are hitting the Tri-Cities airport right as some people leave for spring break.
An update to a story we first brought you Saturday night. A family who lost their 13 year old daughter more than two years ago...will finally be able to place a headstone at her grave.
The Easter Bunny also paid a special visit to the Columbia Center Mall early this morning.
Easter Bunny Pays a week long visit to the Tri-Cities to help collect food for the Food Bank.
Trios Medical Center continues to work with all hands on deck to improve it's financial problems. There was another board meeting to figure out what else could be done to keep Trios above water.
Consejo Latino talks change in preparation for community mediation meeting.
Stores like Costco and Sam's Club offer big savings for a fee. Consumer Reports looked into which chain gave members the most for their money.
KEPR got a look at the city of Kennewick's bridge to bridge plan.
There are now 14 people who have come forward claiming to have been molested by a former Kennewick teacher.
An education focused on tourism is possible here in the Tri-Cities. WSU Tri-Cities will now offer a degree in hospitality management.
At least five suspects are still on the loose following two shootings in Pasco last week.
A local food business is expanding its reach. Fat Daddy's is now serving year round!
Washignton State Troopers credit more staff for an increase in DUI arrests so far this year.
Every year, thousands of dogs and cats end up at the Tri-Cities Animal Shelter. But this past year, only half the number came through their doors.
Kennewick police are still searching for a suspect in the fatal hit-and-run that killed 58-year-old Michael Robinson just last month.