Fall season has officially arrived and that means many fall events like pumpkin patches, hay rides, and more are here! The month of October brings not only fun, family-friendly fall events but spooky ones too!
Tony O'Rourke has made a verbal resignation from his position of Yakima City Manager.
Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday directed state officials take another stab at updating clean-water rules, as the state races to finalize a plan before the federal government intervenes.
A Cowiche man remains in serious condition after his car went off the road yesterday.
One man is in custody after Yakima police and federal agents ran an undercover human trafficking operation.
Two men are charged with first degree manslaughter in relation to the shooting death of Miguel Arciga in December 2014.
The event will feature spaghetti, salad, and bread at a cost of $7.50 for adults and $5.00 for seniors and kids. Pie will also be for sale at $1.00 per slice.
The Yakima City Council voted to begin the resignation process for the city manager position in a city council meeting Tuesday night.
Some downtown business owners in Yakima asked people this weekend about their thoughts on parking and the potential plaza.
As the shooter emerged from Snyder Hall, having already shot at least 18 people in a morning writing class, Det. Sgt. Joe Kaney and Det. Todd Spingath were running toward the scene.
More lives are lost every year from home fires than all major disasters, according to the American Red Cross.
The Washington State Department of Health has taken disciplinary actions or withdrawn charges against health care providers in our state.
Health officials have confirmed that a bat found dead on the Lane Community College campus in Eugene had rabies.
Chelan County Sheriff's deputies are investigating an assault after a 16-year-old girl reported being grabbed by a man while hiking on a trail.
A Granite Falls Middle School student will be commended Wednesday morning for their heroic actions.