An assignee of M.A. West Rockies - the parent company of Noland-Decoto - has filed damage claims against Yakima and Yakima County.
KIMA has obtained the video and sound recordings of the moments just after a Yakima officer shot and killed a man earlier this year.
Three Yakima County children will get to be police chiefs for a day: one each from Yakima, Selah and Wapato.
You've probably noticed you're paying more to fill up these days. It's clear national gas prices have increased looking back 20 years.
The board of directors decided to dissolve the organization.
People on the west side of the state will soon get a taste of a Yakima County brewery. Bale Breaker beer will be sold in King and Snohomish Counties.
A move to improve public safety will keep inmates off the streets of downtown Yakima.
More testimony was heard in the lawsuit against the Catholic Diocese of Yakima Thursday. A mental health counselor and the plaintiff's foster sister were the latest witnesses in federal court.
There's still work to be done after last summer's irrigation breakdown in Wapato. KIMA is following up on the problem that left dozens of Lower Valley farmers with damaged crops.
Consumer Reports looks at hair coloring touch up kits you can use at home and claim to give you more time between salon visits.
The transit department spends the most on gas in the city, followed by police.
A former head of the Yakima Diocese testified in federal court Wednesday.
Just days away from the Home and Garden Show Design Challenge, the finalists are putting the finishing touches on their plans.
A community is mourning after the death of a Selah High School senior. Tuesday, the man accused of killing him made his first appearance in court.
Driving while high is one of the big fears about legal marijuana here in Washington.
The owners of the Raptor House released the bald eagle near Ephrata. The eagle spent about a month there recovering from lead poisoning.
KIMA is tracking how many kids are skipping school across the Yakima Valley. We learned thousands are ditching class.
Plans will move forward to build an interpretive center in the Yakima River Canyon.