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.
The Association of Community College Trustees named Dr. Linda Kaminski, president of YVCC, the 2015 Region CEO Award winner.
The Yakima Police Department's 2014 annual report is out, which includes the accomplishments from last year and the goals for the future.
Nearly a dozen Yakima Valley schools will receive state funding for full-day kindergarden.
As of Monday afternoon, less than 1,000 Latino voters turnout at ballot box, despite new election system designed to increase Latino representation in Yakima politics.
Gardeners in Yakima are working harder than ever to keep plants alive through yet another heat wave.
Among laundry detergents, Tide is far and away the biggest-selling brand. Consumer Reports tested several types of Tide, along with more than 50 other detergents.
Toppenish Police say 21-year-old Eduardo Flores and 29-year-old Jessica Rodriguez died after a shooting Sunday.
U.S. hop growers are expecting 3.5 million more pounds of hops for 2015 harvest as a result of an increase in acreage.
In two house fires over the last couple of days, neighbors are being credited with alerting people inside that they're homes were on fire.
Car insurance commercials tout low rates but don’t tell you just how the companies set those rates. Consumer Reports’ two-year investigation found that many major insurance companies base prices in part on a hidden credit score that can take into account things like what type of credit card you have or whether you’ve applied for credit recently.
Students at Central Washington University will see tuition cuts this fall.
Some of our viewers are reaching out to us after seeing some concerning posts in Yakima Facebook groups.
For the first time in three years, the school board has passed a budget without a deficit.
The 41st Vintique show is at the fairgrounds all weekend.
Apple industry experts predict fewer crops this year compared to last year's record breaking harvest season.
Automated calls from telemarketers are annoying, and there are a lot of products that promise to block them. Consumer Reports found out how effective they really are.
The former feed lot along the highway has sat vacant since Sunnyside purchased it in 2006.
The Yakima Fire Department is only the second department west of the Rockies to get these new air packs.
The Solid Waste and Recycling Division is asking city leaders to consider a rate hike for customers to help with budget issues and services.
KIMA spoke with YCSO and YPD to see how their staffing levels are affecting the community.
It's been six months since Dominic Rizzi became the new police chief. He said he was going to push for new ordinances and use the law to fight crime. Four months after we first spoke with him. KIMA sat down again to look at what's changed.