Police say a 25-year-old Grandview man killed over the weekend was stabbed dozens of times and that Manuel Jaime's murder does not appear to be gang related. An autopsy shows he bled to death at the hospital.
Benton County investigators say the man saw someone driving his friend's stolen car, followed it, and opened fire.
Troopers say their car was stopped on White Swan Road Sunday when a pickup hit it from behind.
Investigators with the Washington State Patrol have finished their own investigation into the collapse of the Skagit County Bridge last spring and found a number of errors that led up to the crash.
The Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency has declared a Stage 2 burn ban due to unhealthy air quality.
Consumer Reports on the popular painkiller that's the most common ingredient in medication in the United States. It's in hundreds of medicines. It's very safe when taken in small doses, but taking too much can lead to liver failure.
Sunrise Outreach Center opened their winter homeless shelters Saturday night. Almost every bed was occupied.
After 2013 brought lower sales than anticipated, economists are hopeful that 2014 will fare better for retailers this holiday season.
Washington State Patrol says the 34-year-old man was driving on State Route 24 Saturday afternoon when he crossed the center line and hit a semi-truck.
A Prosser man makes history by hosting the state's very first marijuana auction. Licensed pot retailers and processors from across Washington were at Fireweed Farms to bid on over 400 pounds of marijuana.
A 25-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the death.
Officers say two men came into a store on South Third Avenue Friday night and demanded money.
Information coming out about the arrest of a suspected killer in the murder of Desiree Sunford might only scratch the surface of this case. Police believe Sunford's husband had a mistress and that woman was friends with Sunford's suspected killer.
Hoover Elementary School and East Valley Elementary School have set the bar high for schools competing in this year's kids for cans. Last year, KIMA's Kids for Cans food drive raised over 32,000 pounds of food for Northwest Harvest.
Work on the fence around the off-leash park should start next week.