Some Yakima County inmates are striving to become better parents. They graduated from a parenting program Thursday.
Another candidate has announced plans to replace Doc Hastings. The field's at eight now with the Kennewick attorney George Cicotte throwing his hat into the ring. Cicotte says he wants to fix the damage caused by Obamacare, create workable and ethical immigration laws, and balance the federal budget.
The Grant County Public Utility District says only authorized personnel will be allowed below the reservoir's high-water mark and law enforcement will be notified if anyone is seen trespassing.
Officials say the nuclear waste is leaking between the walls of a double-walled storage tank. None of the waste is believed to have escaped into the nearby soil.
A 55-year-old woman was sent to a Seattle hospital after an early morning fire in Yakima. Police say a man poured gasoline all over her during a domestic dispute.
A burglary in Naches has some lasting repercussions: A mother lost the only mementos she has from the baby she never got to see grow up.
A bus tour calling for immigration reform made a stop in Yakima today.
The Yakima County Coroner reported there were more deaths last year than the previous two years.
St. Timothy's Episcopal Church in Yakima was around town Wednesday offering prayers and an open ear.
Consumer Reports looks at the recovery process involved with hip and knee replacements as well as the durability of these artificial joints.
A film written and directed by a Yakima Valley native and shot all across The Valley will be on a local screen again soon.
Five schools in Grandview and Toppenish are among the 23 schools that earned the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction's Career Guidance Award of Excellence for 2014.
The Grant County Public Utility District now says the crack found last week in one of the dam's spillways is a "non-failure emergency."
The state Employment Security Department says Washington's unemployment rate fell to 6.4 percent in January, below the national average of 6.6 percent.
A Yakima woman is back home Tuesday night after being forced out of Ukraine. She was there on a mission of peace, until she evacuated a week ago as the threat of war with Russia seemed to grow.