Deputies found Miguel Arciga dead in the doorway of Martinez Sports Bar.
Colonial Lawn & Garden and Washington Tractor are chipping used Christmas trees in Yakima. You can also make a donation to Camp Prime Time when you drop off your tree.
Robert McCorkindale stabbed 22-year-old Preston Yahne and ran over him. Yahne was found in the trunk of a burned out car near Sunnyside.
Yakima wants to extend S. 21st Avenue into the airfield to improve the access of local hangars. It also wants to relocate and widen Airport Lane near the National Guard armory.
Yakima County wants to retrofit the base of all 17 signs. A new safety feature would make the sign fall down when a driver runs into it.
It makes staff and volunteers who haven't gotten a flu shot to wear a surgical mask within six feet of a patient.
The city takes money from prisoners when they go to jail. Under the current system, they get a check for it when they walk out the door.
She fought him off and called police.
Consumer Reports rates cell phone services for data, text, voice and overall satisfaction based on a survey of 63,000 subscribers.
The city's looking to build a new roundabout, install new traffic signals and spruce up some sidewalks.
Nearly a month after a fire at the FISH food bank in Ellensburg, plans are in the works to rebuild the facility.
Gas prices in Wapato have people lining around the block to get the deal. But traffic on the busy streets adjacent to the Wolf Den is becoming a problem.
Police agencies throughout Yakima Valley are taking the fatal shootings of two NYPD officers as a reminder of the dangers of their jobs.
KIMA is following up on a revamped strip mall on Nob Hill Boulevard.
The Yakima School District is in need of Special Education teachers and bus drivers.
A family in Yakima moved into their new home Sunday after working with Habitat for Humanity for 12 weeks to build the home.
Credits scores can be dragged down by mistakes. A Consumer Reports survey found that almost of Americans don't bother to check for errors that can make it harder to get a loan or a job.
The 10th annual Homeless Person's Memorial Day Vigil was held in Yakima Sunday night in honor of those who lost their lives while homeless in 2014.
KIMA has those messages, which include insults to colleagues and romantic messages between city employees.
Members of the Aztecas Car Club pitched in their own money to buy cookies, donuts and hot chocolate, and serve them at a Yakima day shelter.
Always a war when Yakima and the Tri-Cities face off. Even when the big battle involves the little ones.