Consumer Reports tasters explain what makes a cereal healthy and find healthy examples of cereal that taste good.
These 11 men are convicted or suspected rapists currently wanted by law enforcement in Washington state.
The Yakima Chapter of DeMolay held a formal ceremony Sunday for its four active members. The chapter is trying to rebuild after disappearing for three years.
The Downtown Yakima Rotary Club spent $15,000 of its own funds on the project, and $15,000 from the District Rotary.
A life insurance policy was today's focus in the trial of the man accused of killing a Yakima real estate agent.
It was a celebration of new beginnings Friday at Heritage University. Three new buildings were welcomed to campus after Petrie Hall burned down two years ago.
The partnership will solve the center's financial problems.
Consumer Reports explains what so-called wearable technology has to offer and what developments are expected. Products that companies hope people will depend on more than cell phones.
Catching car thieves is a tough challenge for investigators all over Yakima County. Deputies say they're having some success with a tactic they've done in the past and are trying again.
More testimony Thursday in the trial of a man accused of killing a local real estate agent.
A new campaign from the Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency is trying to get rid of old wood stoves. If you have one, you could make money by making a switch.
Jordan heads to Selah to get the details on this weekend's delicious event.
The database includes all the results of tests the department has conducted on consumer products sold in Washington state. The department says most manufacturers are following state laws.
Fire in a Yakima 8-plex displaces residents and does $300,000 in damage
The long-term plan is to connect it to the Yakima Greenway.