A Yakima real estate agent was still fighting soon after the vicious attack that ultimately killed him. That testimony from the man who found Vern Holbrook bleeding in a Cowiche home.
A warm September Sunday in the Yakima Valley means more than a hint of an Indian Summer. It's helping boost our local wine economy.
Neighbors on 45th Avenue, between Summitview and Barge, are still waiting for speed bumps.
Consumer Reports applies some machine pressure on the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and comparable competitors to see how much it takes to get them to bend. And, whether the bending point indicates a significant design flaw.
The historic Ellis Island hospital complex, where 1.2 million immigrants received medical care between 1901 and 1954, is opening to the public next Wednesday for the first time in 60 years. (Sept.
Officials on Hawaii's Big Island are asking the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to help with solutions for the possibility of lava covering a major highway. (Sept.
Yakima's first indoor trampoline park is open for business. It's called Get Air Yakima. Great name and the owners held a ribbon cutting ceremony today.
NPR focused on Heritage for its non-traditional student body. The documentary, "The New Face of College," will be aired in the area in November.
The Yakima Education Association filed a complaint against the school district claiming they wrongfully integrated hundreds of special education and general education students in the classroom.
In the finale of the first time foods at the fair, Action News Anchor Jim Niedelman and Dewey Boynton from KXDD radio give deep fried Reese's a try.
Consumer Reports tested two dozen brands of windows to see how well they stand up to the elements.
You can go down under at the Central Washington State Fair without needing a passport. Check out what happens when Action News Anchor Jim Niedeman and KXDD's Dewey Boynton give Australian battered potatoes a try. They're new this year at the fair.
Jurors went home Wednesday without a verdict for a suspect in the Yakima Canyon double murder trial.
Detectives say an audit of the PTA bank account showed 94 debit card charges and missing deposits from PTA fundraisers.
Action News Anchor Jim Niedelman's adventure with new food at the Central Washington State Fair continues. A sandwich favorite gets dunked in grease. How good can that be?
A little rain Wednesday isn't stopping the Central Washington State Fair. We're just beyond the halfway point. That leaves plenty of time to explore what's new.
Consumer Reports tests more than 40 portable generators to find the best performers.
Public Works Director, Dennis Henne, told me repairs to 14th Street, between Mead and Washington, could cost up to $1.5 million.
A medical marijuana grower in Yakima is recovering after being hurt when someone tried to steal her plants. Police say the suspect led them on a chase last week after robbing the pot operation. He appeared in court today.
Action News Anchor Jim Niedelman and KXDD morning radio host Dewey Boynton continue their appetite adventure by trying food being served for the first time at the Central Washington State Fair. This edition features beer battered cheese curds.
If you ride the bus, expect to pay more.