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.
Detectives say he had sex with a teenage student about 100 times, beginning when she was just 14.
As a long weekend approaches, so does the risk of wildfires in Yakima County.
A man already in jail suspected of sexual exploitation of a minor is facing new charges after police searched his phone.
Police say Andrew Wolfley took them on a chase that ended in a crash on S 32nd Ave and Nob Hill Blvd.
The Office of Emergency Management is working to establish an emergency notification system for Yakima County.
The Yakima mother accused of starving her twin daughters is sentenced in Yakima County Superior Court to 10 years in prison.
Wearing your seat belt improperly or not at all could result in injury, death, or citations.
The public was invited to meet and have coffee with city leaders at Nana Kate's.
The state house already passed the bill. It's awaiting Senate approval.
Councilmember Kathy Coffey introduced the motion during Tuesday's council meeting.
Police say 20-year-old Austin Bates met the victim through Facebook under the name Justin Tomerlin.
The automated vacuums can keep rooms clean -- with less effort needed. Consumer Reports tested six of the newest models to see which really stand out.
New sketches show a zero entry play area for kids and a separate competition pool.
It creates a voluntary registry of patients who can buy medical marijuana at legal recreational stores.
Tamaki Law Attorney's say the girl with Down syndrome abused on a Yakima School Bus has suffered physically, mentally, and emotionally.
Judy Lebens: "It was like walking on the surface of the moon."
Many lotions and sprays claim an SPF, or sun protection factor, of 30 or higher, but Consumer Reports found they don't always deliver.
Runners ran the Yakima Greenway to support "Kiddin' Around."
Organizations in Yakima are encouraging people to use alternitive ways to get around town, like bikes, buses, or walking.
Sunnyside High School is experimenting with what could be the classroom of the future.
For the first time in recent history, Yakima County has extra money to dole out to departments. Outperformed revenues like increased sales revenue, unspent money and election services revenue leave the city with about $1.5 million dollars.