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Choosing the right smoke detector for your home can be a lifesaving decision. Consumer Reports looked at which ones are best for handling all types of fires.
Badger Mountain first graders put on a patriotic performance for family and the community.
Solar energy is also on tap in Badger Mountain South, which will be the first Tri-Cities community built with home capable of generating more energy than they use. KEPR got a first look at one example.
A breakdown of the slight increase in weapons found on Tri-Cities campusses last school year.
There are new concerns about the results of two autopsies done on the man shot by Pasco Police. Wednesday we were told they said roughly the same thing. But Thursday…that's not the case. KEPR asked those in charge to explain the discrepancy.
Lots of websites promise you a free credit score, but Consumer Reports says they're not all offering the same information.
Franklin County says no to marijuana sales for six months.
Craig Nunamaker pleads guilty to burglary
Kennewick Police have inpounded a truck they say could have been involved in a fatal hit-and-run.
We learned just how many bullets were fired and how many hit Antonio Zambrano-Montes when he was shot by police. The Special Investigations Unit held its final news conference today, while Zambrano's family held his funeral Mass. KEPR was there for it all.
A new men's only homeless shelter will be coming to Pasco this fall.
The mother of the man shot by Pasco police spoke to KEPR on her first trip to the United States. The visit came a day after it was announced the family would be represented by a high-profile civil rights attorney. KEPR spoke with Antonio Zambrano-Montes' mother through a translator. She wants the men who shot her son to go to prison.
More than 60 percent of Americans consume at least a cup a day. Consumer Reports looked at what all that coffee is doing for our health.
A young man will spend six-months behind bars for causing a wreck that killed his two friends. The crash in Grandview was over two years ago. Jovannie Razo was sentenced today, but didn't exactly take ownership for his crimes. KEPR brings you what was said before a judge handed down the decision.
Vinny, owner of Vinny's Bakery, in Pasco, says the protests aren't hurting business. But they aren't helping it either.
Many people turn to vitamin C or zinc, but Consumer Reports found they aren't always the most effective option.
A new bar and grill will be soon be open...across from Kimo's in Richland.
Continuing coverage of the Pasco police shooting, the Consul of Mexico came to town today.
KEPR spoke with the attorney representing Arlene's Flowers. The shop turned down a $2,000 settlement offer from the state after a judge ruled the florist had violated the consumer protection act.
Justin Husom admitted to having sex with an inmate in exchange fro razor back in September. He was released for surgery and has been recovering at home since December.