An Amber Alert for the missing 14-year-old was canceled Monday night.
First, we heard we were America's fourth fattest city. Then, we were among the coolest desert towns. Now, Time Magazine puts us near the top of the list of places Americans are terrified to live.
A $6 million budget shortfall looms large for Central Washington University.
The anonymous plaintiff says he was raped by a Yakima deacon almost 15 years ago. He's suing the diocese for more than $3 million in damages.
Employers manned booths at the "100 Jobs for 100 Kids" fair at the Southeast Community Center.
A semi-truck knocked over a traffic light and brought traffic to a stop in Yakima Monday.
Marcos Gallegos and Heriberto Villa were set for trial in two weeks, but attorneys might not be ready.
Twenty-year-old Luis Rodriguez-Perez was in a diversion program on a two-year-old burglary charge. That means he had to keep his nose clean for the charge to be tossed.
Consumer Reports has advice on how to get rid of old electronics and salvage some cash while you do it just in time for Earth Day.
Sunnyside City Council will pay its new police chief almost $100,000 a year.
Gov. Jay Inslee chose Gayle Harthcock, a Yakima County Superior Court Commissioner, to replace Judge Robert Lawrence-Berrey, whom he appointed to the Court of Appeals in February.
Deputy Chuck Berg performed CPR on the 35-year-old Tacoma woman after she collapsed near the finish line of a run in the Renton area last week.
13-year-old Max Turnquist finished in the top four in the Wells Fargo Succeeding Together contest. He was honored for his video essay about overcoming a congenital heart defect through perseverance and his love of golf.
On 04/20/2014 at approximately 2:08am, Yakima Police were called to the 1300 block of W. Yakima Avenue to respond to a single vehicle collision.
Closing arguments are expected in the abuse trial against the Yakima Diocese Monday.