This installment focuses on the race for 4th Congressional District. We asked both Clint Didier and Dan Newhouse what is one thing they want voters to know about them.
Republican U.S. House candidate Clint Didier has dropped his federal lawsuit against a volunteer for his opponent's campaign over an alleged misuse of state resources.
We're looking at the race for Yakima County Sheriff. KIMA asked Jim Keightley and Brian Winter what they see as the most important change they hope to implement.
KIMA is looking at the race for State Representative for District 14, Position Two. We asked Gina McCabe and Paul George their thoughts on Initiative 1351, which would mandate smaller class sizes.
KIMA is looking at the race for Yakima County Prosecutor. We asked Joe Brusic and Troy Clements how much being an insider running against an outsider matters for being effective as prosecutor.
KIMA is looking at the race for Kittitas County Clerk. We asked Val Barschaw and Sarah Keith why they're running.
KIMA is looking at the race for Yakima County Commissioner for District 3. Incumbent Rand Elliott and Curtis Vangstad were asked why they are running.
The pastor of the oldest church in Seattle is now coming to the rescue of the Pennsylvania pastor just convicted by the United Methodist Church of officiating his son's gay wedding.
Bowing to pressure, President Barack Obama on Thursday announced changes to his health care law to give insurance companies the option to keep offering consumers plans that would otherwise be canceled.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday honored former House Speaker Tom Foley as a model of civility in government, someone who put problem-solving ahead of politics and never lost his sense of wonder about serving in Congress.
Based on a new opinion from Oregon’s Department of Justice, a same-sex couple's marriage outside of Oregon is now being recognized in Oregon.