Consumer Reports goes over ways to save money at the supermarket while shattering a misperception.
No one was hurt in either fire. Investigators say they're looking into a possible connection between them, but cannot confirm any at this time.
Yakima is seeing the first steps to overhauling downtown are come to life. Consultants for the parking plan are in town all week.
A man responsible for a brutal beating will now spend 15 years behind bars.
New plans for Morgan Middle School in Ellensburg are taking shape.
Vehicular homicide charges have now been leveled against a suspected drunk driver.
Two men appeared in court today accused of robbing and kidnapping two teenagers over pot.
Union Gap is moving closer to a decision on whether to allow legal pot businesses.
The Yakima Food Bank is planning to tear down its current building, then rebuild it.
KIMA is digging deeper into a serial arson suspect arrested in Yakima. William Brannin is accused of setting four recent fires near Tieton Drive.
Yakima is getting ready to pay for the 90 miles of road repairs promised for this coming year.
The county will provide Yakima with $900,000 in loans and a $900,000 grant.
County leaders could opt into a state law that allows four-wheeled ATVs on county roads.
Plans for allowing licensed pot businesses in Sunnyside may be on hold.
The community college is spending $2.5 million on new equipment and furniture.
Consumer Reports highlights a journal article that indicates how many people die every year from medical mistakes in hospitals.
We're learning more about the man arrested for setting fires around Yakima.