School is back in session across Yakima County. And, the year is starting with a report card.
The city has collected roughly 25 tons of recyclables, most of it paper.
Despite any employment change, Sarah Matheny will still be on the ballot for Yakima County Clerk in November.
Trucking companies in Washington are feeling the impact of a driver shortage. That could raise the salaries of truckers.
New equipment will help some Yakima Police Department officers write tickets faster. Motorcycles are getting tablets.
Yakima County deputies are working with new evidence to find the killer behind a drive-by shooting in Outlook.
Consumer Reports surveyed more than 4,000 subscribers to determine which computer support technicians provided the best results.
Washington State Patrol says the truck went onto the guardrail before catching fire and blocking the right eastbound lane. The highway was closed to eastbound traffic for more than an hour.
State Route 241 will reopen Thursday afternoon. It was closed for more than a month after cracks were found in the deck of a bridge over the Yakima River.
Joan Davenport has worked for the city for 27 years and is currently its Strategic Projects Manager. She will replace Steve Osguthorpe, who resigned in June.
A castaway team on the newest season of Survivor includes a farmer from Ephrata and his daughter.
The driver in a rollover crash near Wapato has died, two others suffer minor injuries.
Yakima County deputies are looking for a killer behind a drive-by shooting last night in Outlook.
There's progress in the teacher shortage at the Yakima School District. Right now, more than a dozen jobs still need to be filled.
The public works director told KIMA work could begin as soon as winter.
A home in Naches was accidentally demolished. It became a secondary home after a landslide damaged it in 2009.
Sarah Matheny is on paid administrative leave after she was accused of accessing the records of her opponents in the race for Yakima County Clerk. She will face a disciplinary hearing on Sept. 8.
Yakima County commissioners say increased revenue will be used to give county employees a raise. They expect to have 3.5% more in the general fund.
Spencer Martin, who started Sunnyside High School's technology and engineering program, was honored Tuesday morning at a Sunnyside School District staff meeting.
New art sculptures are up in front of Sunnyside High School, just in time for the first day of school. The piece is called "Looking at the Sunnyside of Life."
3,000 randomly selected residents will be asked to rate Yakima's safety, activities and quality of life and give their opinions on the Capitol Theatre and a possible new city pool.
Three people, including a seven year old boy, are shot in a drive-by shooting in Outlook Monday night.
It’s opening day of the trial against the man accused of plotting to kill a local real estate agent is in the book. Lawyers are trying to pick a jury.
A local nurse is accused of drugging his wife for years. Court records say Adam Archibald put the drug "ativan" in his wife's Gatorade to make her fall asleep.
The Yakima City Council will hold a special meeting Thursday to consider the next step in the city's legal battle with the ACLU.
Four Central Washington tree-fruit groups will join together in hopes of giving the industry a unified voice.
Consumer Reports tested the latest ultra high definition TVs to see if they live up to the hype and whether you should buy one.
39-year old injured hiker rescued on Mt. Adams Sunday
A Sunnyside family has a special play set right in their backyard. And, it's getting national attention from the Animal Planet network.
Perry Technical Institute is still fundraising for a new building. It has raised more than $5 million so far.
A funeral director opening a new business is in trouble with the state. An investigation found the director wrongfully controlled human remains along with a list of other findings. The funeral director says it's a misunderstanding.
Block Watch groups here in Yakima have more than doubled in five years. Neighbors looking out for each other hoping to keep criminals out. KIMA dug deeper into the numbers to see if they make much of a difference.
Yakima County Fire District 5 responded to a fire early Sunday morning at 2300 Holmason Road.