Your favorite local microbrews could wind up costing you more. It's all because a simple recycling arrangement with local farmers could get a lot more complicated due to an FDA-proposed rule.
Consumer Reports tested 19 brands of toilet paper to find the strongest and the softest.
The warm months ahead means you can expect to see lots of road repairs around Yakima.
KIMA spoke at length with Yakima's economic development manager. It was a conversation that revealed no easy fixes.
Three Harrison Middle School students will compete in the VEX World Robotics finals in Southern California.
The issue with water at Eisenhower High School is expanding.
County leaders want to hear from you. A public hearing is set for next month.
Three counties in Eastern Washington aren't making much progress when it comes to a rare and deadly birth defect.
A Kittitas County deputy helped save a Tacoma woman's life after running a 12K in Renton.
Representatives from agencies across the county recently met to discuss the possibility of all fire and law enforcement agencies being on a single digital radio system.
An Amber Alert for the missing 14-year-old was canceled Monday night.
The anonymous plaintiff says he was raped by a Yakima deacon almost 15 years ago. He's suing the diocese for more than $3 million in damages.
Marcos Gallegos and Heriberto Villa were set for trial in two weeks, but attorneys might not be ready.
Sunnyside City Council will pay its new police chief almost $100,000 a year.
A semi-truck knocked over a traffic light and brought traffic to a stop in Yakima Monday.
Twenty-year-old Luis Rodriguez-Perez was in a diversion program on a two-year-old burglary charge. That means he had to keep his nose clean for the charge to be tossed.
Employers manned booths at the "100 Jobs for 100 Kids" fair at the Southeast Community Center.
Consumer Reports has advice on how to get rid of old electronics and salvage some cash while you do it just in time for Earth Day.
A $6 million budget shortfall looms large for Central Washington University.
A nature photographer found some terrifying footage on his camera after placing it to try to capture "up close" images of grizzly bears. From YouTube user bradjosephs: "When using a GoPro to capture unusually close footage of grizzly bears for the Great Bear Stakeout for BBC, I had a young bear actually chew on the camera. Amazingly there was no damage to the camera! Some of this clip appears in the film Great Bear Stakeoout on BBC and Discovery Channel."