Thursday KIMA's own Alan Sillence and Martin Ortiz with our Spanish language sister station, KUNW stopped by to donate some pallets of waters from our friends at Pepsi.
More unpaid court fees continue to pile up as more crimes are committed every year in Yakima County.
A broken water pipe caused thousands of gallons of water to flood North First Street in Yakima.
Although it took decades, the Yakama Nation and local, state, and federal agencies are in agreeement with how to restore wildlife at the Cle Elum Dam.
A celebrity from a popular 1970's TV show stopped by KIMA's studio Thursday.
Francisco Gasca Jr. will servea decade behind bars for killing his two-month-old last year.
Fire officials say difficult terrain and varying winds have continued to present issues to firefighters. The Cougar Creek wildfire has grown to 40,200 acres Thursday and is 20 percent contained, that’s up from 35,000 acres on Monday and 15 percent contained.
Level I from Vantage proper to the State Park on Huntzinger Road. Level II south of the State Park, to include Auvil.
A former city employee is suing the city of Yakima after she says it violated her constitutional rights, wrongfully fired her and undermined her political campaign.
A water main burst on the corner of North 1st Street and I Street causes some problems for nearby businesses and homes.
A Renton house cat seems to think he's a dog, and his exploits on local hiking trails is earning him celebrity status online.
The massive fires burning in Washington state are a "slow-motion disaster," Gov. Jay Inslee said Thursday as he praised crews battling the blazes that have burned an area nearly the size of Rhode Island.
The state Supreme Court has unanimously upheld a lower court ruling in a long-running lawsuit by non-tribal gas station owners challenging gas tax compacts negotiated in the past decade between the state and Indian tribes.