Medicare Advantage Informational Meeting Friday At Harman Center
If you have questions about Medicare Advantage you'll find answers Friday at the Harman Senior Center in Yakima
Hearing Examiner To Decide On Permanent Shelter Proposal
Officials with Transform Yakima Together say they're hoping to work with area property owners
Yakima Police Resource Officers Protecting Students At School
Yakima Police Chief Dominic Rizzi wants to remind parents that armed Yakima Police resource officers are now at every middle and high school in the district.
The numbers speak for themselves, driving high is dangerous
Researchers looked at 25 years of data on fatal vehicle crashes in the U.S. They compared the number of drivers involved in fatal crashes from 4:20 p.m. to midnight on April 20th, compared to the same time frame one week earlier and one week later.
Pick your practice, it's the adrenaline that counts!
The scientists also surveyed 2,000 British adults, and found 54 percent consider going on a first date a thrilling experience, and about 17 percent say they enjoy the rush of an initial encounter with someone.
Hit And Run Driver Found Prosecutors Weighing Charges
Yakima Police have located the driver they say struck a 14-year-old boy while in a crosswalk in downtown Yakima last month.
Yakima Woman Dies In Wednesday I-90 Crash
A Yakima woman was killed in a one car crash in Spokane County on Wednesday.
Spring Almost Here Yard Waste Collection Starts Soon
Spring is right around the corner and that means Yard waste collection in the City of Yakima will begin Thursday, March 1st.
Crab Feed To Support SOZO Sports Program
If you love crab and would like to support the SOZO Sports complex you'll want to attend the a crab feed On February 24th
2018 Yakima Valley Visitors Guide Now Available
It's full of great pictures of sunshine and wine. It's the 2018 Yakima Valley official Travel Guide and it's now available
Yakima Police Offer Community Academy
The Yakima Police Department is hoping for people to sign up for the upcoming community academy.
Heart Health-What we don't know can hurt us!
Dr. James Kneller will provide education for the general public on Atrial Fibrillation (A-Fib) and how ablation procedures can benefit patients suffering from the very common condition know as A-Fib.
Would food instead of food stamps reduce fraud?
Not everyone is on board with change of course. Consumer advocates expressed concern that families wouldn't know in advance, or have any choice about, what food they would get and they are concerned about how families would get the boxes
Flu Season Continues But Numbers Going Down In Yakima
Flu cases are decreasing in Yakima County as one of the toughest flu seasons in years continues in the state of Washington.
Local Hospital Offers Hepatitis C Screenings This Month
Yakima County has one of the highest hospitalization rates due to chronic Hepatitis C infection in Washington State.
Red Wine And Chocolate For Valentines Weekend
If you love wine the Yakima Valley is the place to be this weekend.
Yakima Fire Chief Deputy Fire Chief To Retire This Month
Yakima city leaders will soon begin a search for a new fire chief after Chief Bob Stewart Announced his retirement February 28th.
One more App to make your phone indespensible
FOX News is reporting that you might not need space in your wallet for your driver's license in the near future.
Monitor your kids consumption of energy drinks.
Hip and edgy advertisements promise that energy drinks will ignite your mind, refresh your body, help you party like a rock star, and enhance your performance and stamina.
Rep. Tom Dent Tuesday Guest On KIT
He's been a cattle and bison rancher in the Moses Lake area for more than 30 years. 13th District State Rep. Tom Dent is also a pilot and a busy lawmaker.