Land dispute will have a judge ruling which government entity will get almost 20 acres of land.
The two Benton PUD journeymen who misjudged a live wire that shocked a firefighter were reprimanded.
Students at Richland High School skipped classes Friday in the hundreds to make their way to Tacoma for state basketball.
Pasco Police helped Spokane law-enforcement in apprehending a man wanted in connection with kidnapping and body dumping.
Thursday was a big day for 25 local immigrants. They were all sworn in as U.S. citizens.
A new sandwich shop opens near Costco next week. It's called Graze.
Another candidate has announced plans to replace Doc Hastings. The field's at eight now with the Kennewick attorney George Cicotte throwing his hat into the ring. Cicotte says he wants to fix the damage caused by Obamacare, create workable and ethical immigration laws, and balance the federal budget.
As warmer weather approaches, workers from the Columbia Irrigation District are clearing months' worth of debris from area canals.
PNNL has made a huge creation that will help Washington and the Pacific Northwest salmon population. The laboratory invented a microbattery twice as small of the current ones used to track salmon. The battery packs twice the energy punch of the current ones being used.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed charges against Brandon Traner for abandoning the 40-foot vessel in the river near Finley.
The KEPR Crime Tracker has learned nearly a dozen homes have been burglarized in Richland. The crooks didn't even need to break in. People left the door unlocked - or even open. But, if you're already staying vigilant, you'd be even better off with a block watch. KEPR looked at how they're working around Richland in tonight's big story.
Consumer Reports looks at the recovery process involved with hip and knee replacements as well as the durability of these artificial joints.
The Tri-Cities Visitor and Convention Bureau is hopeful as they look at replacing the loss of the Jehovah's Witness convention, an event responsible for bringing in more than $10 million to the area.
The Obama administration released its proposed Hanford cleanup budget for the 2015 fiscal year Tuesday - and it's a sizable cut. KEPR looked into how the decrease will affect the cleanup and the Tri-Cities' economy.
There's less than a 2 percent chance of a goat giving birth to four kids. All four are healthy.
The City of Kennewick released its 2013 annual crime report, and seizures of marijuana were up - despite the drug being legalized.
A Yakima woman is back home Tuesday night after being forced out of Ukraine. She was there on a mission of peace, until she evacuated a week ago as the threat of war with Russia seemed to grow.
Police say 13-year old Kayden Burns from West Richland killed himself Saturday night. He was an 8th grader at Enterprise Middle School. Family members and fire personnel tried to save his life, but it was too late.
Benton County voters could see a public safety sales tax on the ballot this August that would pump $9 million a year into law enforcement.
A North Idaho woman went missing Sunday in Franklin County. She was found alive in a wheat field more than 24 hours later.