Another site is being considered for a potential new swimming pool in Yakima. Chesterley Park is a possible spot.
A new espresso shop celebrated its grand opening in Selah Thursday. Mister Mo's Espresso added a second location on West Fremont Avenue.
A confession from a man accused of helping another man kill his wife in Yakima County can be used in court.
Military-style equipment in the hands of local police agencies. The issue has come to the forefront after this week's violence in Missouri.
A murder trial will begin in just a few weeks for a killing at the Red Apple Motel last year.
A woman accused of a deadly hit and run outside the KIMA studio will stand trial in October.
The Yakima School District approved the spending Tuesday night. The budget includes a projected $10 million deficit, but officials say it likely won't be that large.
After we ran a story Tuesday night about landscaping equipment being stolen from a Yakima organization, people in the community have stepped in to make up for the losses.
The Yakima City Council voted to use some of the money left over from building the Lincoln Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard underpasses to complete "Bins of Light," an electric sculpture.
The U.S. Department of Labor says Washington River Protection Solutions violated federal rules by firing the worker after she raised questions about safety. The company says her concerns over environmental issues did not play a role in her termination.
Jim Niedelman and Alan Sillence got cold and wet to help raise money for a good cause.
There's still a lot of confusion out there surrounding the data breach involving two local hospitals. Patients don't know whether they're information is at risk.
Consumer Reports calls on the FDA to reconsider its approval of a new prescription painkiller.
City staff will review the plans along with some cheaper options and bring them to the Public Safety Committee.
Thousands of dollars worth of equipment was stolen over the weekend from a place that helps people who are disabled. Yakima's Entrust Community Services says it's now harder to train people for jobs.