Transit drivers across the state showed off their skills in Yakima Sunday. They were competing in the annual Washington State Public Transportation Rodeo.
Farm life was on display in Union Gap this weekend. Folks took part in the annual Central Washington Antique Farm Equipment Expo.
Yakima will be looking at a draft of state legislative and administrative priorities for next year.
This year's apple harvest is predicted to be a record breaker, but the big harvest has growers concerned about having enough workers to pick the apples.
At least seven bears have been spotted in the park. A park spokesperson says the closure was necessary because visitors weren't backing away when the bears made threatening moves toward them.
Yakima has almost $650,000 left over from the Lincoln and MLK underpass projects.
Sunnyside United plans to survey stores to make sure they meet state and city rules about not advertising the products to children.
An invasive tree species called the crack willow is causing problems in West Valley.
Be on the lookout for three people posing as Keeler's Medical Supply employees. Deputies report three people entered a home after telling the homeowners they were checking their oxygen equipment.
The Yakima School District will be on the hunt for a new Superintendent. Elaine Beraza announced her retirement.
Another office is preparing to leave downtown Yakima. The Department of Ecology will move to Union Gap.
Yakima's newest health club opened its doors today. Planet Fitness held a ribbon cutting today at the Gateway Center on Fair Avenue.
Consumer Reports looks at different options to help your cell phone battery last longer and what to do if you need an emergency charge.
The Yakima Police Department says a man walked into Rite Aid, pulled out a gun and demanded drugs.
Brothers and sisters who enter the foster care system often get split up into different homes. A local summer camp reunites these siblings, and turns a tough past into a more promising future.