You're Smart Enough, You're Good Enough....
Time magazine reports that if you're convinced you don't usually make a good first impression, a new study finds people often underestimate how much another person likes them after first meeting them.
New Eye In The Sky For Yakima County Sheriff's Office
The Yakima County Sheriff's office has a new tool to help catch criminals and locate missing people.
Shooting Suspect Bail Set At $250,000
Union Gap Police continue an investigation Today into a shooting reported early Sunday morning.
Yakima City Manager Terminates City Police Chief
A news release from the city says YakimaCity Manager Cliff Moore announced Today that the tenure of Dominic Rizzi, Jr. as Yakima Police Chief is ending.
Count Calories At The Restaurant - Pay Off On the Bathroom Scale
A new study has found that calorie counts on restaurant menus have really been helping Americans stay fit.
Thousands Of Years In The Making - Tracking The History Of Beer
Researchers from the U.S. and Israeli have discovered the world’s oldest brewery in an Israeli cave.
Suspect Arrested In Union Gap Shooting
Union Gap Police say a 29-year-old woman was shot and another woman arrested after a shooting at a home in the 2900 block of Fifth Street early Sunday morning.
Another Greenway Fire Under Investigation
Another fire near the Yakima Greenway on Saturday adding to the more than 40 suspicious fires reported on the Greenway so far this year.
Saturday Is Taco Time In Yakima For Hispanic Heritage Month
Yakima first ever Taco Fest kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month with the Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Craft Beverage Yakima hosting the event on Historic North Front Street this Saturday, September 15, from 4-8pm!
After Two Centuries The Anthem Still Stands
On this day in History in 1814, Francis Scott Key wrote the words to "The Star-Spangled Banner" after witnessing the British bombardment of Fort McHenry in Maryland during the War of 1812.
September Is National Preparedness Month
Floods, fires, major snow storms volcanoes and earthquakes just some of the things that people need to be prepared for in Central Washington.
Red Cross Standing By To Help With Hurricane Florence
Cody Tussler with the Red Cross office in Yakima says he has two people on standby that are ready to respond and join hundreds of Red Cross volunteers
Iconic Images Of Yakima On Display This Saturday At Harmon Cntr
This Saturday you are invited to tour the city of Yakima and take a trip through time at the same time without leaving the comforts of Yakima's Harmon Center.
Love May Not Last But Death Does
A 68-year-old romance writer by the name of Nancy Crampton-Brophy once wrote a blog about “How To Murder Your Husband”. Fast forward a bit and she has actually been charged with murdering her husband.
Take A Video Tour Of The KIT Studio With Lance Tormey
We love our listeners and know that many of you would like a tour of our studios but you don't have the time.
Yakima Valley A Popular Destination In Fall
The fall travel season is underway and the President of Yakima Valley Tourism says Yakima always sees an increase in visitors at this time of year.
Full Scale Plane Crash Exercise Set For Saturday
How would local emergency responders handle a major plane crash near the Yakima Airport?
Invest Time And Conversation In Your Kids For IQ Higher Payoff
A new study has found that early conversation with children is linked to better language skills and higher IQ scores when they get to school.
Kneel Before Her Majesty But Not Before Old Glory
So did he really sacrifice so much? He had millions, a last-3-year starting win/ loss record of just 11 wins and 24 losses as one of the least successful starters in football, and he turned down a job offer for 7 million by the Broncos.
Work On 72nd Avenue Closing Lanes Thursday
Yakima City crews will replace a manhole that will result in traffic restrictions on a portion of 72nd Avenue for part of the day on Thursday, September 13th.