Although you may enjoy the holiday festivities, that might not be the case for your pets.
The drought has caused many communities to ban the sale of fireworks altogether, or limit the time you can use them.
Two people are safe after Yakima fire crews rescued them from Myron Lake Friday afternoon.
One of the oldest public monuments in Yakima is slowly deteriorating and a group of volunteers is seeking community support to preserve it.
Conoco gas station located at 36th Avenue and Tieton Drive is now accepting donations to help familes affected by fire in Wenatchee.
Owner of Rand-ums Gifts & Novelties says he now has proper permit to operate and has opened up his store once again.
Sunnyside staff say they had it in mind when installing wider sidewalks downtown.
Though it's been a decade since the historic discovery of the Wenas Mammoth bones, the owners are hoping to bring history back to life.
Many dog owners are guilty of letting their dogs off the leash, even when it is not permitted. Yakima city leaders are working to designate a park to allow your dog to run free, legally.
AAA reports 885,000 people will be traveling at least 50 miles from their home in Washington from Wednesday to Sunday.
Yakima bought the old gas station and three others like it for more than a million dollars after earlier cleanup efforts didn't work.
Yakima is getting one step closer to a new court system that would help repeat offenders of petty crimes.
The lieutenant is charged with sexual misconduct with a minor along with tampering with a witness.
Omar Alarcon Fuentes, 37, of Sunnyside, Washington, was sentenced today after having been convicted after a one-day jury trial in December 2014 of one count of distributing 50 grams or more of pure methamphetamine, and pleading guilty on March 19, 2015, to being an illegal alien in possession of ammunition.
Are you looking for something explosive to do this 4th of July? Want to spend your holiday weekend enjoying a live fireworks show, delicious food, drinks and games in the Yakima Valley?