The first case of influenza was diagnosed for the season in late September on the Pullman campus of WSU.
The results indicate a theme park could lower nearby property values by more than 20 percent.
The Yakima County Sheriff's Office says deputies have caught 54 people for underage drinking already this year.
Yakima already built a website for Union Gap. Now, it's about to handle the city's Information Technology services as well.
If you're looking to fill up your gas tank, now's a good time. AAA reports gas prices have dropped in Yakima County.
Jose Dealba pleaded guilty to three counts of motor vehicle theft. He was arrested in August after a high-speed chase.
These 19 men are the newest additions to the Washington State Department of Corrections' list of wanted sex offenders.
The Sunnyside United coalition wants you to take part in a community survey. It addresses concerns about youth substance use and gang involvement.
Consumer Reports gets nostalgic with a historical view of the Ford Mustang. The car was first tested 50 years ago and now the Consumer Reports team is putting 2015 Ford Mustang through its paces.
Selah residents, your utility bills may be getting higher. The city is looking to increase your utility taxes.
Yakima City Council will take a look at animal control services for the next year. The city is facing a more expensive contract with the humane society.
The Trinity Church of the Nazarene hosted a clothing drive to help families in need with the upcoming holidays.
The Yakima Valley Kennel Club hosted a dog agility show over the weekend. More than 200 dogs strutted their stuff.
Cub scouts in Selah held a recycling drive today to help their community and raise money for their chapter.
Marching bands from across the Northwest competed at Yakima County Stadium today.
Yakima County is asking for the public's participation to help set goals for years to come. The last master plan put together in 1992 went up until four years ago. Survey information will go toward the plan set for release in 2017.
Donations haven't declined, but the quality has. About one in five donations never go on sale.
Following the arrest of a daycare owner accused of molesting a child, KIMA is digging deeper into the requirements it takes to open a daycare.
Jordan gets a behind-the-scenes look at Madd Hatters Haunt.
So far this year, Washington State troopers have impounded almost 2,000 cars in the Yakima district.
Construction work began Thursday to build a new clubhouse at the Yakima Tennis Club. A fire destroyed the old building in May.
Consumer Reports goes shopping at Target to find what buys are worth getting and those you should be forgetting.
Former Hanford workers had a chance to get help Thursday if they've been having health problems from being on the job.
New lines are being drawn on some streets in Downtown Yakima. The work is switching some parallel parking to angled spaces.
Yakima County is looking for ways to get more information on the crime committed by gangs. A subcommittee of the gang commission met Thursday to figure out how to do it.
Elisha King and Becky Lundon were taken into custody at Fred Meyer Wednesday. Police say King had modified vehicle keys, while Lundon was carrying multiple stolen credit cards.
A new operations building on the Yakima campus could cost an estimated $6.5 million. A new Toppenish facility, about $2.5 million.
Wednesday was a special day for what some call a local celebrity in Ellensburg.
Work is being done on the Yakima Greenway expansion to bridge the gap near Naches.
Changes are coming to the Terrace Heights Landfill to combat years of vandalism.
Jordan tries some activities at Bill's Berry Farm.
Jordan talks with a costume consultant from Value Village.
Consumer Reports reviews the different flu vaccines that are commonly available and explains what you should do if you get sick.