Yakima County Prosecutor Not Happy With Supreme Court Ruling
Yakima County Prosecutor Joe Brusic isn't happy with a State Supreme Court ruling that says sentencing juveniles to life without parole is unconstitutional.
Changes Coming To Yakima Union Gospel Mission
The new Executive Director of the Yakima Union Gospel Mission says they're now working on a plan for the next 20 years.
Drop Cover And Hold At 10:18 Thursday Morning
More than one million people in Washington are registered to participate in Thursday's Great Washington Shakeout earthquake drill including thousands in the Yakima Valley.
Ballots On The Way For November 6th Election
The November 6 General Election is approaching. Yakima County Auditor Charles Ross says his office has sent out 115,500 ballots for the upcoming election.
Yakima Residents Support Changing Police Tattoo Policy
Yakima Police say the public overwhelmingly supports allowing officers to show tattoos on their arms while on duty.
The Nose Knows The Way?
Researchers found increased thickness in two areas of the brain predicted a volunteer would have both a better sense of smell and a better sense of direction.
Levee Work Closes Part Of Yakima Greenway Pathway
Parts of the Yakima Greenway will be closed over the next month while the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Yakima County officials repair levee damage along the Naches River.
Enterprise Challenge Starts For New And Future Business Owners
Attention Yakima entrepreneurs. Registration has started for the annual Enterprise Challenge.
Yakima Transit Route 8 Changes Monday, October 22
If you are a transit rider in Yakima you need to know schedule changes for Yakima Transit’s Route 8 happens on Monday, October 22.
Budget Talks Continue Thursday At City Hall
The Yakima City Council has some hard decisions to make to help fill a $780,000 gap between expenses and revenue for 2019. Budget talks continue this week.
City Files Open Records Complaint With Payment
A complaint filed against the city of Yakima earlier this year has been settled.
One Month To Go, Generic Ballot A Dead Heat
Latest Rasmussen Polling numbers show Generic Congressional Ballot Is All Tied Up
Colds - Flu...Similar But Not The Same
Medical experts says there is huge overlap among non-influenza viruses and the symptoms produced by influenza and other bugs but there are some differences
Fire At Suncadia Keeps Firefighters Busy Early Monday
Firefighters have been busy with an early morning fire that forced the evacuation of the Suncadia Lodge resort hotel near Cle Elum. The fire was reported at about 2:15 a.m.
No Arrests In Assault Of Man Found On Saturday
Yakima County Sheriff's detectives are investigating after a 60-year-old man was found unconscious in the 8500 block of State Route 410 early Saturday morning.
City Talks About Safety At Tuesday City Council Meeting
Earlier this year council members held 10 neighborhood forums to hear concerns of residents from all over the city.
He Raises Bison But He's A No Bull State Representative
State Representative Tom Dent (R) is a busy man with a variety of interests but he says nothing interests him more than serving the people of Eastern Washington.
A.J. Says She's A-OK For 15th Dist House Seat
4 term incumbent Dave Taylor was defeated in the primary election setting the table for a fresh face face off in the 15th Dist State House Seat.
The Senior Voice Of Senate Experience
Two decades of service, senior leadership, no nonsense approach - Senator Jim Honeyford (R) of Sunnyside says he still has unfinished business on behalf of the people of the 15th and all the residents of Washington.
Republican Norm Childress Seeks Open County Commission Seat
With three decades of public service, longtime Grandview Mayor Norm Childress now wants to serve the entire county as a Yakima County Commissioner.