KIMA is looking into on-the-record comments made by State Senator Jim Honeyford. He used terms that could be offensive to some people regarding minorities and those of low-income.
Unedited video of the news conference held by Pasco Police on Wednesday, February 11th.
Congressman Dan Newhouse held an open house to listen to some of the issues concerning people in Yakima.
Business is growing in the Lower Valley. Companies are expanding, adding jobs, and starting up. Here's a peek at what you can expect to see in the Lower Valley this year.
The tourism agency's C.E.O. says the plaza will be "a game-changer."
A review by outside contractors is required every six years.
Chief Dominic Rizzi is proposing to hire a deputy chief or assistant chief to run day-to-day operations.
Though you might not know it, many new TVs can actually record and share everything you watch. Consumer Reports looks at what you can do to stop that tracking.
City of Yakima is looking for better ways to regulate mobile vendors.
Yakima's recommending City Council approve a deal with Sozo Sports of Central Washington to get it going.
A man in Yakima is warning others to be careful when making transactions online.
Yakima law enforcement is seeing less weapons used in crimes in both the city and county.
It will be used to collect donations for the food bank or families in need.
Patchwork, re-paving and new traffic lights are on deck for streets around Yakima.
YPD officers were assaulted by four separate suspects this weekend. KIMA looked deeper into the issue of assaults on officers.
High blood pressure affects millions of Americans. Consumer Reports looked at the best monitors to detect the condition.
The majority of businesses cited for selling alcohol to minors in Yakima last year were gas stations and minimarts.
Four Yakima Police Officers were assaulted within the last 24 hours.
Dozens of veterans and their families gathered to thank and honor Vietnam veterans on Sunday afternoon.
Martinez will go to trial in June on assault and criminal mistreatment charges.
One hashtag and 24 days drove home a battle one family's been fighting for more than a decade.
While city council members consider an appeal to the ACLU ruling, a local group of volunteers say it's time for Yakima to wake up!
Effective January 1st, state law says landlords have to install carbon monoxide detectors on their properties.