KIMA is looking into on-the-record comments made by State Senator Jim Honeyford. He used terms that could be offensive to some people regarding minorities and those of low-income.
Unedited video of the news conference held by Pasco Police on Wednesday, February 11th.
More names were carved into the Jerry Taylor Memorial Plaza's walls Sunday.
Sunday marks the first day of firework sales across Washington.
Another casualty of the triple digits: the Yakima Farmer's Market closed shop early Sunday to protect vendors and customers from the sun.
In an effort to reduce the number of people who abuse disabled parking permits, beginning July 1st new changes to laws governing special parking privileges will take effect.
Beginning July 1st Concealed Pistol License fees will increase from $50.75 to $62.75.
Yakima police are trying to figure out what led to a man being stabbed and killed in a park near downtown.
Heat stroke symptoms can include a very high body temperature, red, hot and dry skin, a rapid, strong pulse, and confusion and unconsciousness.
Though antibiotics have saved millions of lives over the years, their overuse and misuse are contributing to the growth of drug-resistant bacteria. Consumer Reports says patients and doctors both have a role to play in stopping superbugs.
Health officials say detection of West Nile virus is not something to be alarmed about, but they advise people to take steps to stay safe.
More acres across the state are growing blueberries this year.
High temperatures are causing the concrete to expand and in some places, to buckle.
Many growers have already had crops suffer with the drought this year.
A group was along Yakima River Wednesday afternoon when in an attempt to retrieve a ball from the water, one man jumped in and drowned. Another tried to rescue him but failed.
Worried about your air conditioning this summer? KIMA spoke with technicians to learn how to keep your AC running through the hottest days.
A Moxee family is feeling lucky after an object fell from the sky and crashed through their roof and into their home Tuesday night.
A lot of products say they can help you keep pesky mosquitoes away. Consumer Reports looked at several options that don't require you to spray chemicals on yourself or your kids.
Thousands of state workers, including local employees in Yakima received notices stating that they could face a temporary layoff if the legislature doesn't reach budget agreement by July first.
Dr. Jack Irion sat down with KIMA to explain his goals coming into his new role as Superintendent.
These officers are more reachable to the public and out in the open in a two-and-a-half-month program.
The city is looking for a way to eliminate these homes causing problems in community. At least two homes have been targets of fires in the last couple of weeks, one was declared arson.
The city is considering moving the properties into city limits amidst opposition.