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.
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.
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.
Virginia Maiden reported that her car, which was left unlocked, was stolen from her 4th Ave complex sometime Monday night.
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.
Owner James Ortega will be hanging his Sandstone Cafe sign up June 1 at 334 W. Columbia Drive in Kennewick.
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Do you believe in magic? For the next four days, more than a dozen girls will be getting their hands dirty at Mentoring a Girl in Construction Camp, or MAGIC.
At the SmokeStop Vapor store in downtown Kennewick, they sell only electronic cigarette products and they tell me there's a thriving market for these devices.
Don Shaw owner of Advanced Moving and Rigging is preparing to move a house along Columbia Drive in downtown Kennewick.
My Friends Place Youth Service Counselor Brandy Crawford, left, and Cindy Blackmore, lead counselor, sit for a portrait at the Kennewick facility that provides overnight sanctuary for homeless teens.
Bethlehem Lutheran School students gather for a group picture in their recently finished gym at the private school in Kennewick.
A Kennewick man is being held at the Benton County jail after he allegedly broke into the house of his ex-girlfriend’s former boyfriend and hit him with a hot pan, burning the man’s face and upper body, police said.
This year the honor goes to Allen Brecke. Brecke told NBC Right Now he is very honored to be named the Tri-Citian of 2013 and he is inspired now to live up to that title.