Yakima-Area Bikers Take Annual Ride for Salvation Army Toy Run
Local bikers rallied for a great cause Saturday -- the 40th annual Salvation Army Toy Run, which supports the U.S. Marine Corps' Toys for Tots drive.
Yakima Knocks It Out of the Park During CMN Radiothon [PHOTOS]
The local 2018 Children's Miracle Network again exceeded expectations, raising more than $35,000 in 12 hours!
Children's Miracle Network Radiothon: The Milden Family's Story
The Milden family has at least twice as many reasons as many families to speak up for the Children's Miracle Network. Those reasons are Mila and Maxen.
Children's Miracle Network Radiothon: Edgar's Story
At 13 years of age, Edgar -- who suffers from cerebral palsy -- knows a little something about miracles.
We're Working Late for the Children's Miracle Network Radiothon
With our annual Children's Miracle Network Radiothon coming up this Friday (Oct. 26), it's miracle week here at Townsquare Media in Yakima.
Children's Miracle Network Radiothon: Shealynn's Story
Among the local kids we're spotlighting during Friday's (Oct. 26) Children's Miracle Network Radiothon is 4-year-old Shealynn, who was born four weeks early and spent three weeks in the NICU at Yakima's Virginia Mason Memorial.
Need a Weekend Getaway? Your Ship Might Have Come In
Ready for some adventure on the high seas? Or maybe just ready to hit the highway? Then climb aboard ...
Fast-Moving Grass Fire Threatens Highway 12-Area Homes
Crews from more than half a dozen agencies are still fighting a brush fire that threatened several homes along Highway 12.
KIT is Now Available on Amazon Alexa-Enabled Devices
Now you can get Yakima Valley news talk anytime on your Echo, Echo Dot, Echo Show, or any other Alexa-enabled device.
Bands Ride Out Some Bumps at Downtown Summer Nights [PHOTOS]
But by the time Flatland Cavalry got to town, the wind was dying down and the crowd was feeling breezy.
Drone Video Shows Site of Pallet Plant Fire Near Gleed
No injuries were reported in the fire started around 10 p.m. on North Mitchell Drive. Investigators planned to get to work Thursday or Friday to determine what caused the blaze.
Allan Brothers Hiring as Yakima Valley Cherry Season Nears
Day and night hours are available -- and $150 bonuses are available for joining the night shift. Returning workers could qualify for $100.
Hay Truck Catches Fire, Shuts Down Westbound Lanes of I-82
Westbound traffic on Interstate 82 is blocked and being diverted after a load of hay caught fire early Tuesday afternoon.
Early Morning Yakima Home Invasion Leaves Two Suspects Dead
Two suspects died early Sunday morning during a home invasion on South 64th Avenue, according to the Yakima Police Department.
Former Canadian First Lady Margaret Trudeau Visits Yakima
Free-spirited and 30 years younger than the prime minister, she once famously said, "I want to be more than a rose in my husband's lapel."
Girlfriend Jailed After Stabbing Death of 46-Year-Old Yakima Man
According to the initial report, the victim was unresponsive, not breathing and CPR was in progress. YPD officers also responded, and rescuers discovered that the man had suffered a stab wound to the chest.
Yakima Police Seeking Suspect in North First Street Shooting
Police reported Friday afternoon that an arrest warrant has been issued for Gilbert "Gabby" Penazola, who is suspected of shooting 44-year-old Gavin Parker after an altercation near the motel in the 1200 block of North First Street.
Congressman Dan Newhouse Visits Rattlesnake Ridge Site
Congressman Dan Newhouse visited the Rattlesnake Ridge Slide site with the Yakima County Office of Emergency Services and other agencies on Saturday.