Unedited video of the news conference held by Pasco Police on Wednesday, February 11th.
The lack of snow this winter in Yakima has some local farmers alarmed.
Students practiced cutting metal with a high-tech plasma table.
Lots of websites promise you a free credit score, but Consumer Reports says they're not all offering the same information.
The two sides will be back in court next week to try to hammer out a new trial date.
A house fire is knocked down on Cherry Ave. in Yakima. YFD responded to the scene and two people who were home, a little boy and his elderly grandmother, were able to escape.
The number of homeless students reported by districts is rising state-wide, and Yakima area schools are following that trend.
KIMA is looking deeper into the case of a Yakima mother accused of starving her twins.
Santiago Santos is accused of stabbing Manuel Jaime repeatedly last fall.
A local group is doing everything in their power to preserve historical place.
It will go in the old school at OIC of Washington on Fruitvale. The organization could be here by summer.
Local organizations say too many people are holding on to what Yakima used to be and not accepting its positive changes.
Yakima Valley farmers are looking forward to using unmanned aerial vehicles to manage their crops.
Troopers pulled over 483 drivers suspected of child restraint violations last year in the Yakima and Sunnyside patrol areas.
More than 60 percent of Americans consume at least a cup a day. Consumer Reports looked at what all that coffee is doing for our health.
A portion of Rest Haven Road was shut down more than five years ago because of criminal activity, but the crime remains despite county efforts.
A young man will spend six-months behind bars for causing a wreck that killed his two friends. The crash in Grandview was over two years ago. Jovannie Razo was sentenced today, but didn't exactly take ownership for his crimes. KEPR brings you what was said before a judge handed down the decision.
The Camacho family got the keys to their new home Sunday.
Yakima Police introduces new program to combat car theft.
Many people turn to vitamin C or zinc, but Consumer Reports found they aren't always the most effective option.
A judge ordered the city to re-draw its district map and put all seven seats on the ballot this year.
When graffiti is on a sidewalk or a shed, it's ugly. But, when it's on city property like street signs, it becomes a safety hazard. Yakima spends about $30,000 a year of your tax dollars to replace traffic signs.