Jordan talks with a costume consultant from Value Village.
Consumer Reports reviews the different flu vaccines that are commonly available and explains what you should do if you get sick.
Three people who had entered the United States from Africa 19 days earlier came to Lourdes reporting symptoms of illness.
A 9 year old boy was safely found after he was the subject of an Amber Alert Tuesday.
Thieves broke into their car and stole a laptop containing the photos.
More people are getting caught in Yakima County driving without insurance. The KIMA Crime Tracker found the problem's on pace to be up almost a fifth this year.
A number of Selah residents are unhappy about the property rezoning near their neighborhood. The Selah Planning Commission approved the rezone, but certain factors have halted the process.
Federal prosecutors say the employees at La Bodega Yakimex swiped food stamp recipients' EBT cards, gave them half the money in cash, and pocketed the rest.
The Naches community will be offered a grief counseling presentation and services after a local student took his own life last week. The event will be held in the high school cafeteria at 7 p.m. on Thursday.
Money is locked down for a program that will let low-risk offenders out of jail before their trial. Yakima County is one of three places in the country to get a federal grant to implement the pre-trial program.
A man parents trust to protect their kids is accused of doing the opposite. Randall Altena appeared in court on his arrest on suspicion of child molestation.
A new method to process and punish crimes like vandalism and graffiti is being considered in Yakima. It would involve creating a so-called community court.
The Yakima County Veterans' Emergency Relief Fund helped 50 women in 2013. Now, many more are using the service.
Police say she used the checks at different stores around the Valley, including Costco in Union Gap.
Officers say 34-year-old Juan Vidrios took more than $200 worth of diapers from Fiesta Foods in Yakima.