8 hrs ago
Work begins on blue bridge lights
Jim MacRoberts with the Washington State Department of Transportation sets out barricades at West Lewis Street and West 28th Avenue in Pasco on Tuesday to close lanes on the blue bridge for the installation of new LED lights.
9 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.
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.
Sun May 19, 2013
Letter: Official sets record straight on Pasco's billing policy for utilities
As director of Administrative and Community Services for Pasco, I'd like to respond to the April 30 letter by Sandra Meier.
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.
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.
Vocational high school students show Team Pasco Home 2013
Pasco High School seniors Andrew Sandoval, left, and Jason Balderas share a laugh Wednesday during an open house at the 2013 Team Pasco Home.
Thu May 16, 2013
Pasco Baby Bitten By Bat Treated For Rabies
A Pasco baby is being treated for rabies after it was bitten by a rabid bat on the deck of her grandparents' home.
Wed May 15, 2013
Washington baby bitten by bat treated for rabies
Sandra and Dan Anderson of Pasco were surprised to find a bat inside their patio umbrella on Saturday.
Pasco Police still looking for bank robbery suspect
No one was hurt and nothing was taken in the armed robbery which took place on May 1st at the Bank of the West located on West Clark Street.
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.
Letter: Police response to bank robber in Pasco looked like practice for martial law
Can you say, "Overkill?" In regard to the police response to an attempted bank robbery in Pasco as reported in the May 8 Herald -- really? Dozens of Pasco police officers, an apparently good-sized Benton-Franklin SWAT team, two armored vehicles, at least one police sniper on a roof, police dogs, a Richland bomb squad robot to inspect a backpack, ... (more)
Mon May 13, 2013
Pasco councils OKs contract to build new road
The Pasco City Council unanimously approved a construction contract Monday to build a new road in a growing area of town, though the project will cost more than the city budgeted.
WorkSource Columbia Basin Needs Help Fighting Unemployment
The executive director of WorkSource spoke to the Pasco Chamber of Commerce Monday about the high levels of unemployment in our area.
Sat May 11, 2013
Awards and Achievements for May 12
The contest is a part of the Mid-Columbia Libraries and Richland Public Library’s annual “Go Wild for Reading” event.
Two Vehicle Accident Kills One Near Pendleton
Oregon State Police say a morning two vehicle crash killed one of the two drivers Friday on SR Hwy 11 at MP 20 near Pendleton.
Deadline Friday for Benton, Franklin election filings
It might be an off year for federal and statewide elections, but plenty of local races are available to file for next week.
Fri May 10, 2013
Pasco murder suspect's rights violated by search of cell, attorney claims
Lawyers for a Pasco woman accused of fatally shooting her mother are claiming their client's rights were violated when Franklin County jail staff took legal documents from her cell during a search.
Hanford Reach Interpretive Center Launches Membership Program
The Hanford Reach Interpretive Center is launching their membership campaign and with construction now underway on the museum, the center's vision of an educational experience is in sight.