Action News spotted a trend that's probably impacting your neighborhood right here in Yakima. People storing their cars for days or weeks right on the street.
The AAA auto club reports the average price of a gallon of gasoline in Washington is $4, heading into the Memorial Day weekend.
The Washington State University Board of Regents has voted to limit a fall tuition increase to 2 percent, no matter what the Legislature decides concerning the state budget.
Myah Bilton-Smith of Vancouver, Wash. said she was raped twice on a Texas Air Force base.
A Kennewick masseuse is accused of touching and kissing patients. The license of Donald A. Brandsma was immediately suspended.
Steady rain Friday morning forced state playoffs in softball and baseball to be canceled or delayed.
Firefighters have responded to two fires in unoccupied residential structures on the 5500 block of Wesley Road and the 3100 block of Hawk Road.
When Dan Sligh and his wife got into their truck to begin a camping trip Thursday evening, they never could have imagined they would end up in the frigid Skagit River tangled in the wreckage of a collapsed bridge.
The holiday weekend is fast approaching and for some that means taking the boat out on the water, even if the weather isn't exactly what they had hoped for.
A truck hauling an oversized load of drilling equipment hit an overhead bridge girder on the major interstate between Seattle and Canada, sending a section of the span into a river below as the driver watched the structure collapse in his rearview mirror.
The Interstate 5 bridge over the Skagit River collapsed Thursday evening, injuring an unknown number of people.
College students in Washington state say they need Congress to give them affordable student loans at a rate they can depend on, instead of a yearly debate on rising interest rates.
More to do this summer at the park.
It's a Yakima neighborhood that's no stranger to murders, stabbing and other violent crimes. The KIMA Crime Tracker found there have been dozens of violent crimes on Cherry just since April.
Felons are generally banned from voting. One ex-con turned candidate has every right to have his name on the ballot. In fact, he's been there several times before.