The street in downtown Sunnyside is open as of Wednesday.
These Black Friday shoppers have been camped out since Tuesday night to get first dibs on the sales.
Scammers are calling Yakima homes claiming residents owe thousands of dollars due to missing jury duty.
More than half went to Yakima Police Department Captain Rod Light while he was under investigation.
State Patrol is spending more than $200 thousand putting 23 of the new machines in Eastern Washington.
Holiday decorations are ready to go at the mall and the shopping frenzy begins tomorrow night. Toy stores are stocking up on the season's hot toys.
The three-year contract will take effect Jan. 1. Union Gap will pay Yakima about $1.2 million a year to provide fire protection.
The Washington State Patrol is hoping someone saw what happened on Tuesday on I-90 near Stampede Pass.
Several variations of rice and rice products contain concerning levels of arsenic. Consumer Reports used data from the FDA and its own testing to recommend limits for how much rice kids and adults should eat. The testing also indicates the types of rice and other grains with lower levels of arsenic.
Heavy rain melted the snowpack and caused creeks and streams to overflow onto park roads. Officials say the roads have been cleared and are safe for travel.
Tickets are still available for Apple Cup this Saturday.
The Slow Burn's co-owner plans a soft opening on Monday.
Yakima's Christmas tree has been put up downtown. The tree will be lit Dec. 5 for "Light up the Plaza."
Three young girls were struck by a car on Nov. 10. The driver is still on the loose. KIMA found how common hit and runs are in Yakima.
The Yakima County Sheriff's Office identified a 17-year-old girl as a suspect in a house fire last week. Deputies say she is still at large.
The school board of the Prosser School District has turned down the offer of a donation of $14,000, since the money came from a legal marijuana auction.
Jordan heads to Silver Lake Winery in Zillah to try her hand at wreath making.
It's the latest cancellation in the wake of sexual assault allegations against him surfacing from decades ago.
Sunnyside City Council votes on the 2015 budget Monday night. The budget expenditures total just under $23 million. Property taxes will increase slightly.
A woman who needed help putting food on the table for her family on Thanksgiving received a generous food donation Monday from an anonymous viewer.
A cat turned in to the Yakima Humane Society had a microchip registered in Japan. The shelter couldn't track its owners down, but you helped connect within minutes after we posted it on our Facebook page.
Charges were dropped against a Yakima woman accused of illegally recording a conversation with the Yakima city manager.
A Yakima County lighting project is expected to wrap up Tuesday.
The Yakima Humane Society says it is short on food donations.
The Yakima Police Department says the 16-year-old boy made prank calls to 16 local businesses and planned to post them to Facebook.
A lot of home have Wi-Fi dead zones that make it possible to connect to the Internet. Consumer Reports experts explain how to solve the problem.
The Washington State Department of Transportation closed the passes over the weekend, then decided Monday not to reopen them.
The Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency removed the stage 2 burn ban for Yakima County Monday morning.
A black bear cub burned in a massive Washington state wildfire over the summer is moving to a rehabilitation facility in Idaho for the winter.
The Yakima Elks Lodge has donated cold weather gear to veterans and homeless in the area. There's still some left if you or someone you know could use some extra winter clothing.
Eating turkey on Thanksgiving is typical for most families in America. But for some families, putting any kind of food on the table can be a struggle.
The Yakima County Coroner confirms 36-year-old Travis Sregzinski killed himself with a single gunshot to the head.
Fire officials say the truck went about 100 feet down the embankment.