Yakima School District Faces a Deficit
Yakima School District will need to look into balancing more of its funds this next school year as it faces a possible deficit.
Program Helps Veterans Transition Back to Civilian Life
The Columbia Basin WorkSource program is one organization helping veterans transition into the work world as they return from military service and experience the challenges of finding a job.
Supreme Court Declines to Hear Appeal in Eight-Year-Long Case
The state Supreme Court declined to hear the appeal of a man convicted in a 2005 double-murder in Yakima, possibly ending the eight-year-long, financially-expensive case.
North Cascades Highway Still Covered in Mudslides
Mudslides covered the roadway in eight places with mud, rock and trees on a 10-mile stretch of North Cascades Highway and it looks to remain closed.
Steve’s Barber Shop Closes After 48 Years of Business
Saturday marked the end of a classic barber shop in Yakima that operated for nearly fifty years, but will now be a memory for many who frequented the social hub.
Eisenhower High School Set to Open on Time
Get the books and paper out because the new Eisenhower High School will open its doors as scheduled and in time for the new year, which may dishearten some students who hope for delays that would extend their summer break.
15-Year-Old Yakima Shooting Suspect Arrested
Yakima Police arrested a 15-year-old boy connected with the fatal shooting of 22-year-old Anthony Yocom Thursday night.
Sunnyside Gunshot Victim Dead
A 29-year-old Sunnyside man is dead after a single gunshot to his abdomen while in the Sunnyside/Outlook area.
Wildfire More Contained and Less of a Danger
Containment of the Mile Marker 28 Fire near Goldendale is now at 87 percent with the number of firefighters on scene down to 797 from 1,300 and several crews expected to demobilize today.
Explosive Devices Found in Yakima Neighborhood
Investigations continue for police after a series of explosions that took place in a Yakima neighborhood late Thursday night.