The switch is part of project to increase energy efficiency in Selah.
Yakima County is moving forward with fixing up and adding bridges as part of a transportation improvement program.
Tuesday is World TB Day.
A White Swan man charged with vehicular homicide and vehicular assault was released from jail Monday without bail.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service should have consulted with tribes before expanding wildflowers tours to Rattlesnake Mountain, a sacred place with cultural and religious significance for the area's tribes, a federal judge has ruled.
A Bremerton taxi driver who police say kept a woman captive in his cab for several hours Saturday against her will.
Pesticides in produce are especially a concern for children. Consumer Reports says organic fruits and vegetables always have a lower risk for pesticides, but some conventional produce is about as safe.
Students in Kennewick could soon find themselves serving suspensions at school instead of being sent home.
Councilmembers voted to wait until Dave Ettl returns from out-of-town before making any decision.
The percent of Washington residents with diabetes has nearly doubled over the last two decades
Washington state auditor Troy Kelley says he has fully cooperated with federal officials on questions related to financial activities at a business he previously owned, but said all of his actions over the years have been "lawful and appropriate."
KIMA has learned new details in the single car crash that took the life of 30-year-old Justin Winters Saturday evening.
A fire just before 11 a.m. Sunday burned down a house on 80th Ave. and Easy Street.
If you're looking to find a new apartment in Yakima County, you might want to get on a waiting list, quick.
The Yakima Training Center collected more than 2,000 rounds of old bullets and ammunition from the public Saturday.