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.
Sunnyside saw half as much property crimes in most categories in 2014 than previous years, and is on track to keep it that way in 2015.
The organization will host a free lunch in Performance Park Friday, from 12 to 1 p.m.
56-year-old Ernestino Garcia was last seen Saturday morning wearing jeans and a grey hooded sweater.
The second annual Meet Your Farmer event was on Sunday in Sunnyside.
The Interact Clubs from Davis and Eisenhower high schools co-sponsored a Run for Hope 5K in Sarg Hubbard Park Sunday.
It's a portable breathalyzer unlike the ones you may have seen in cars or at the store.
Police spent two hours in a stand-off with a man hiding in his estranged wife's detached garage.
The ribbon cutting ceremony will take place on Saturday at 11:00 a.m.
The roundabout will connect Fair Avenue with Martin Luther King Boulevard and N. 10 Street.
City Council will take up the contract extensions next week.
Police say Josue Osvaldo Bautista Durran intentionally set fire to brush and trees on the island in the river of the Greenway.
Most roundabout collisions happened on the larger, two-lane one near the eastbound ramp.
They're only available for people charged with certain misdemeanors.
Fred Russell killed three WSU students when driving drunk in 2001. He fled to Ireland but was later extradited back to Washington. He was released from prison early on Tuesday for good behavior.
Yakima city staff asked Dairy Queen to put it in as part of the recent improvements to the building.
The all-new Roots & Vines festival will take over historic N. Front Street in mid-May. Food and wine will take center stage outside the Capitol Theatre in late June, with the inaugural Yakima Uncorked festival.
The temporary ban gives Granger time to weigh possible local regulations.
The city blocked it off in 2012 to help reduce crime in the area.
City Council had until Friday to file a notice of appeal.
Paying for medication regularly can be a major expense. Consumer Reports looked into what steps you can take to keep more of that money in your pocket.
TLC's My Crazy Obsession profiles a family crazy about body building.