Vanessa Prusinowski came to KIMA for help after her late brother's ashes were stolen. After our story, someone dropped them off at our front door.
There are signs of improvement from the Yakima woman set on fire Thursday inside her apartment.
Cougar football coach Mike Leach was in attendance as the Senate honored the 1915-1916 team, which went undefeated and won the Rose Bowl and a national championship.
Consumer Reports found you might need more protection than what Target is offering if you're a victim of the recent data breach.
Outrage over the waste of elk is plastered all over the KIMA Facebook page.
Crews responded to a house fire Friday afternoon on the 200 block of S. 16th Ave. in Yakima.
Yakima City Council will be voting on the plans to ban e-cigarettes at next week's council meeting.
Washington State Patrol says the man's vehicle left the roadway before crossing two lanes of traffic and rolling onto its roof. The cause is still under investigation.
Investigators say Stuart Bachman attacked the woman and poured some kind of an accelerant on her before starting the fire.
Police confirmed that Officer Casey Gillette did not realize Rocendo Arias' gun was an Airsoft gun until after he was shot and killed.
We're down to the final four contestants in this year's design challenge.
After KIMA told you about the box that held items from the stillborn son of a Naches mother, a viewer told us she had found another item stolen from the home.
Ellensburg native Drew Bledsoe made a stop in Yakima Thursday. The quarterback great wasn't focused on football, but on his winery in Walla Walla.
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.