7 hrs ago
KID moves forward on next phase of Red Mountain project
The district’s board unanimously approved contracting with Pacific Crest Construction of Lynnwood, Wash., for the next phase of the $17.2 million project in the Red Mountain American Viticultural Area between Richland and Benton City.
11 hrs ago
Search for burglary suspects shuts down Moses Lake airport
Joshua M. Zarbook, 23, of Kennewick and Randy D. Triplett, 36, of Othello, ran from Grant County Sheriff deputies after they tried to burglarize a home in Moses Lake, according to the sheriff’s office.
15 hrs ago
Kennewick attorney George Fearing named appeals court judge
Fearing was a junior in law school at the University of Washington in 1981 when attorney Dennis Sweeney offered him a summer internship with a Tri-City firm.
16 hrs ago
KEPR CBS 19
A sex offender could be living next to your kid's playground
As your kids gear up for summer break, Action News uncovered which parks have the most sex offenders nearby.
17 hrs ago
CPR: How You React...Life Or Death
Last week a man at a Kennewick McDonalds had a heart attack; luckily for him EMS responders were on the scene and started CPR within seconds.
Mon May 20, 2013
Effluent treatment project designed to be attractive to wineries
The city of Pasco and the Port of Pasco used a similar method — building a process water treatment plant — to attract food processors to the Pasco Processing Center.
Kennewick, Washington man facing two counts of animal cruelty
A Kennewick, Washington man faces two counts of animal cruelty after being accused of kicking one dog to death and shooting another with a BB gun.
Sun May 19, 2013
Awards and Achievements for May 19
During her time in Olympia, she delivered messages and documents and attended page school, where she learned more about the operations and actions of the Legislature.
Tanner Meier, right, of Kennewick kicks a hacky sack around with his...
Tanner Meier, right, of Kennewick kicks a hacky sack around with his friend John Wilson, center and Chad Turner, both of Richland, as they wait from some other friends to play Frisbee golf at Columbia Park in Kennewick.
Sat May 18, 2013
Things to do this weekend
Kidz Dig Rigz event is 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, May 18 near the Playground of Dreams at Columbia Park in Kennewick.
'Biggest Loser' finalist in Kennewick
She also will be at Runners Soul for pictures and questions in Kennewick from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday, May 17 during packet pickup.
PNW Local News
Firefighter for a Day | Part I: FireOps 101 is a chance to see what they face
About a third of the way up the 105-foot ladder leaned against the roof of a six-story tower, my legs begin to burn.
Fri May 17, 2013
KEPR CBS 19
City lobbyists: are they worth the investment?
KEPR is always staying on top of your taxpayer dollars. We looked into how your money is spent to bring more money to our cities.
Thankful Thursday: Fitness center's help with Chest of Hope fundraiser appreciated
A big thank you to the folks at Kia Ora Fitness in Kennewick for inviting Chest of Hope Tri-Cities to have its fundraiser on May 4. Everyone who participated had a great time at the zumba and sh'bam classes and raffle.
Thu May 16, 2013
Girls weld some MAGIC in Kennewick
Rachelle Lizotte, 17, left, talks with Janice Knight, 16, on Wednesday while Breanna Bagwell, 17, welds during the fifth annual Mentor A Girl in Construction Camp at Tri-Tech Skills Center in Kennewick.
McDonald's Employee Spots Her Stolen Car in Drive-Thru
A McDonald's employee in Washington state got the surprise of a lifetime when her stolen SUV rolled up to her drive-thru window and the alleged car thief placed an order.
Kennewick man wanted on gun and robbery charges
Tri-Cities Crimestoppers is offering up to a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of 35-year-old Derrick Roosevelt Cady.
Wed May 15, 2013
Kennewick Woman Finds Stolen Car While Working Drive Thru
Virginia Maiden reported that her car, which was left unlocked, was stolen from her 4th Ave complex sometime Monday night.
KEPR CBS 19
More 'Click it or Ticket' patrols on the way
Ever wonder why Washington has one of the highest seat belt use rates in the country? It is due, in large part, to the highly visible "Click It or Ticket" campaign which includes publicity, extra enforcement, and signage.
Kennewick's Sandstone Cafe moving to Columbia Drive
Owner James Ortega will be hanging his Sandstone Cafe sign up June 1 at 334 W. Columbia Drive in Kennewick.