The rooms are on display at the Central Washington Home & Garden Show at the SunDome.
The complex will include 16 soccer fields, at least two of them indoors.
Action News finds out what students believe are problems facing their campus and how the district plans to address the complaints.
Weeks before giving birth to her twins back in 2006, Martinez had a one-year-old daughter who died in Pendleton, Oregon.
The Seattle doctor frequently exchanged sexually explicit texts during surgeries when he was the responsible anesthesiologist, improperly accessed medical-record imaging, and had sexual encounters at his workplace.
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.
State health officials say a Whatcom County man is the seventh person in Washington state to get the measles this year.
With Puget Sound ports getting back to normal after a tentative labor agreement, more Washington apples are being shipped to Asia.
Yakima Fire Department reports no firefighters were eaten and "Gator Boys" assured the department that no gators were harmed either.
If the bill becomes law, it would create a $125 fine for leaving an unattended animal in a car, or other enclosed space, where it might be harmed by heat, cold or lack of ventilation.
David McMillen was sentenced to 28 months in prison.
YVCC hosts an event to bring awareness about the importance of stoping domestic violence.
After months of construction the Selah School District opened its doors to the community to showcase new middle school.
The 27-year-old drowned when his front-end loader fell into the pond and he couldn't get out.
Gabriel Francisco Madrigal is being charged as an adult in the murder of Ramon Verduzco in Toppenish.
A Granger man appeared in court Thursday. He is accused of raping and molesting his foster children.
It's the downside from all that sunshine. The unseasonably warmer weather is bringing more pollen to Yakima, and earlier.
Weapons violations are dropping in most schools in the Yakima Valley because of increased security.
The building was originally a fruit warehouse owned by the Gilbert family. In 1951, it was donated by the family to the City of Yakima for use as an arts center.
Court documents say 41-year-old Roberto Armenta Valadares was the boyfriend of Kai Martinez. Valadares is charged with criminal mistreatment.
A Moses Lake teen who shot his parents because he was angry at being grounded was sentenced Wednesday to 15 years in prison.
There's an effort under way to help ensure grizzly bears don't become extinct in the North Cascades. The National Park Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are working with other agencies on a plan to bring grizzly bears back to this part of their natural range.
The attorney representing Zambrano-Montes' widow and two children released an independent autopsy report that contradicts with statements made by SIU spokesperson.
The regulatory agency voted 3-2 Thursday in favor of rules aimed at enforcing what's called "net neutrality." That's the idea that service providers shouldn't intentionally block or slow web traffic, creating paid fast lanes on the Internet.
Three officers fired 17 shots at an unarmed Mexican man in Washington state, and five or six of the bullets hit him in a deadly shooting that has led to weeks of protests and calls for a federal investigation, authorities say.
Trial began Wednesday in federal court in Spokane for a group of people accused of growing marijuana near Kettle Falls in northeast Washington.
The lack of snow this winter in Yakima has some local farmers alarmed.
Students practiced cutting metal with a high-tech plasma table.
The two sides will be back in court next week to try to hammer out a new trial date.
The number of homeless students reported by districts is rising state-wide, and Yakima area schools are following that trend.
KIMA is looking deeper into the case of a Yakima mother accused of starving her twins.
Santiago Santos is accused of stabbing Manuel Jaime repeatedly last fall.