Yakima's lingerie coffee stands are strutting their employees' stuff using social media. Police say what they wear in some Facebook photos might be illegal, but not enough to file charges.
Millions will be spent for resurfacing part of the Yakima Valley Highway. And, one of its busiest intersections will get a facelift.
Students are winding down the school year and Yakima's Eisenhower High School still needs more drinking fountains.
A new program in the Sunnyside School District next year will cater to its highly capable students.
Consumer Reports tested more than 80 microwave ovens that go over the range.
Plans are moving forward in creating a downtown plaza.
The beef you buy whether it's for hamburgers or steaks is the most expensive it's been in 30 years.
According to the state, 29% of students dropped out of high schools in the Yakima School District last year. That's up from 25% the year before.
A Selah man was attacked in his own home by a virtual stranger. It left him with a lifetime of suffering and forced him out of his hometown.
A National Guard solider has just returned home after helping with the search effort in Oso for almost two weeks.
Yakima fire investigators say someone with a blow torch started the fires at two businesses.
The Yakima County Planning Commission is recommending that the Board of County Commissioners drop their proposed ban on marijuana businesses.
The side effect of the two-year-old liquor privatization law continues to plague some businesses. They can't hold their alcohol.
Plans would extend Longfibre Road from Ahtanum down to Pine Street, near La Salle High School.
Consumer Reports goes over ways to save money at the supermarket while shattering a misperception.
No one was hurt in either fire. Investigators say they're looking into a possible connection between them, but cannot confirm any at this time.
Yakima is seeing the first steps to overhauling downtown are come to life. Consultants for the parking plan are in town all week.
A man responsible for a brutal beating will now spend 15 years behind bars.
New plans for Morgan Middle School in Ellensburg are taking shape.
Vehicular homicide charges have now been leveled against a suspected drunk driver.
Two gang-related shootings minutes into the new year just a dozen blocks away from each other on North 5th Avenue and North 6th Street.