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.
Prosser teachers will be ready to teach tomorrow morning for the first day of school. But they could also be on strike next week. Negotiations continue between the union and district as both sides try to agree on a new deal. KEPR was there for another Red Monday in Prosser with an update on the effort.
A business concept and feasibility study has been released detailing what may be included if Yakima moves forward with a public market.
Consumer Reports has just finished testing the latest Tesla and the Model S P85D earned the highest score of any car it has ever rated.
The man says he was working a forklift during Saturday's wind storm in the Puget Sound region when a tree came down and struck his forklift.
The annual ‘Cop on Top’ fundraiser raises donations for local Special Olympics athletes.
Thousands of people are expected to flood the streets of downtown Yakima this weekend for the 13th annual Hot Shots basketball tournament.
Yakima will send off at least three semi-truck loads this weekend to firefighters and those communities affected by the Okanogan Complex Fire.
The East Valley School District begins classes this Monday and some parents are having a difficult time meeting vaccine requirements.
More unpaid court fees continue to pile up as more crimes are committed every year in Yakima County.
A broken water pipe caused thousands of gallons of water to flood North First Street in Yakima.
A celebrity from a popular 1970's TV show stopped by KIMA's studio Thursday.
Francisco Gasca Jr. will servea decade behind bars for killing his two-month-old last year.
Currently, YPD assigns a lieutenant in the department as the internal investigator and sends them to multiple classes for the position.
Donations continue to pour in for Okanogan Complex firefighters at twoYakima fire stations.
Although sick dogs at the Yakima Humane Society are improving, the shelter still remains closed to the public.
You may think your risk of getting Lyme disease ends when the weather starts to cool,but by fall, adult ticks have had more time to become infected with disease-causing bacteria. Consumer Reports has some tips on how to protect yourself.
Sunnyside High School science teacher Joyce Stark has been named ESD 105 Teacher of the Year.
Glez Family Restaurant is now open in Sunnyside off of the Yakima Valley Highway.
The water will stay on for the Elumwood Apartment building.