Yakima is considering moving forward with some short-term recommendations from its parking consultants.
There's still a lot of confusion out there surrounding the data breach involving two local hospitals. Patients don't know whether they're information is at risk.
Jim Niedelman and Alan Sillence got cold and wet to help raise money for a good cause.
City staff will review the plans along with some cheaper options and bring them to the Public Safety Committee.
Consumer Reports calls on the FDA to reconsider its approval of a new prescription painkiller.
The Park and Ride lot near Selah is back open.
Yakima Police want to get license plate readers in their arsenal once again. The department had a couple, but they haven't worked for years.
A paralegal found guilty on 13 charges of child rape has a new hearing in September. Travis Padgett is asking for a new trial.
A data breach at one of the largest hospital companies in the country could be felt in Yakima County.
Consumer Reports recommends toaster ovens, microwaves and more that fit best into the college lifestyle.
Yakima's newest health club opened its doors today. Planet Fitness held a ribbon cutting today at the Gateway Center on Fair Avenue.
Another office is preparing to leave downtown Yakima. The Department of Ecology will move to Union Gap.
Be on the lookout for three people posing as Keeler's Medical Supply employees. Deputies report three people entered a home after telling the homeowners they were checking their oxygen equipment.
The Yakima School District will be on the hunt for a new Superintendent. Elaine Beraza announced her retirement.
Yakima has almost $650,000 left over from the Lincoln and MLK underpass projects.
An invasive tree species called the crack willow is causing problems in West Valley.
Consumer Reports looks at different options to help your cell phone battery last longer and what to do if you need an emergency charge.
KIMA is learning more about the 70-year-old man accused of molesting girls in Eastern Washington. Vernon Gillett was arrested in the Tri Cities, but he used to live in Yakima County.
Today marked the end of the line for a troubled apartment complex here in Yakima. Authorities shut it down and gave the tenants very little warning they had to leave.