The Yakima City Council will hold a special meeting Thursday to consider the next step in the city's legal battle with the ACLU.
Four Central Washington tree-fruit groups will join together in hopes of giving the industry a unified voice.
Consumer Reports tested the latest ultra high definition TVs to see if they live up to the hype and whether you should buy one.
39-year old injured hiker rescued on Mt. Adams Sunday
A Sunnyside family has a special play set right in their backyard. And, it's getting national attention from the Animal Planet network.
Perry Technical Institute is still fundraising for a new building. It has raised more than $5 million so far.
A funeral director opening a new business is in trouble with the state. An investigation found the director wrongfully controlled human remains along with a list of other findings. The funeral director says it's a misunderstanding.
Block Watch groups here in Yakima have more than doubled in five years. Neighbors looking out for each other hoping to keep criminals out. KIMA dug deeper into the numbers to see if they make much of a difference.
Yakima County Fire District 5 responded to a fire early Sunday morning at 2300 Holmason Road.
A federal judge has ruled in favor of the American Civil Liberties Union in its lawsuit against the city of Yakima.
It includes a two-level parking garage.
Judge Thomas Rice granted the American Civil Liberties Union's request for summary judgment in the case. Rice said the ACLU had shown evidence that the way Yakima elects city council members unfairly dilutes Latino votes.
Michael Scott Brumback received more than 3 percent of the vote in the Aug. 5 primary as a write-in candidate. That is well above the 1 percent needed for a write-in candidate to qualify for the general election.
The State Fire Marshal's Office says the lightning-caused wildfire is threatening about 15 homes, but no structures have been destroyed.
A Washington state trooper says floods and mud slides triggered by heavy rain on wildfire-burned terrain in north-central Washington have blocked portions of two highways, stranding some motorists. No injuries have been reported.