County leaders want to hear from you. A public hearing is set for next month.
Three Harrison Middle School students will compete in the VEX World Robotics finals in Southern California.
Officers have released photos of the people they say stole a victim's card and used it at the Union Gap Kohl's.
The Grant County Public Utility District received an estimate on the cost Tuesday. The estimate includes fracture investigation, spillway repairs, fish passage modifications, shoreline protection and power supply costs.
The county saw unemployment fall to 10.1 percent last month, more than 1 percent lower than in February. Kittitas County also saw its jobless rate drop.
The event is part of MESA Day, a celebration of mathematics, engineering and science education. 240 students from Pasco, Granger and Sunnyside will participate in the competition.
The festival will debut on June 14 in the historic North Front Street district.
The Washington State Department of Health has released new data showing anencephaly is more than four times more common in a three-county area including Yakima than the national rate. The department will create a committee to continue the investigation into the unusually high rate.
Swooping over a terrain of great sadness and death, President Barack Obama took an aerial tour Tuesday of the place where more than three dozen people perished in a mudslide last month and steeled himself to mourn with those who lost loved ones in the destruction.
Representatives from agencies across the county recently met to discuss the possibility of all fire and law enforcement agencies being on a single digital radio system.
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.