New Aquatics Center And YMCA On Track To Open In Fall 2019
Work continues in west Yakima to build the new Yakima Rotary Aquatics Center and new YMCA planned at Chesterly park on 40th Avenue.
Christmas classics have been deemed toxic and wrong, fit only for the Island of Misfit Toys.
When It Comes To Christmas, We're Number One!
When it comes to having the Christmas Spirit, nobody does it like Washington State!
Crews Work To Install New Equipment On Slide Area
State and local officials continue to monitor the slow moving Rattlesnake Ridge slide and beginning next week crews will start drilling holes into the slope to install more monitoring equipment.
Special Holiday Event At Union Gap Barbershop This Month
A Union Gap Barbershop is holding a special event later this month that'll benefit veterans the homeless.
Safety Forum Set For Monday At Harman Center In Yakima
Two homicides have been reported at West Valley Park this year and Yakima City Council member Holly Cousins says people are concerned.
The Salvation Army Is Hoping You'll Adopt A Family
Spokesperson Lisa Sargent says it's simple to reach out and help. "The adopt a family person provides food and at least one new toy for each child. "
Control The Language Control The Debate
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) are once again trying to control your behaviors toward the animal kingdom by controlling your language.
The Holidays - You Only Go Around Once - No Really Once Is Enough
15% would want to clone a loved one who has passed away if science made it possible, but most (70%) would not want to clone a loved one, and another 15% are undecided.
Yakima City Council Cancels Plaza Changes Land Use
The Yakima City Council on Tuesday took action that officially cancels the Yakima Central Plaza.
Wednesday National Day Of Mourning To Honor President Bush
Wednesday is a National Day of Mourning to honor former President George H.W. Bush. All federal offices are closed. The financial markets are closed as well.
Fresh Hop Ale Festival Grants To Benefit Non-Profits
If you attended the Fresh Hop Ale Festival this past summer in Yakima you helped fund arts, music and science-based activities.
Warnings For National Tax Security Awareness Week
This is National Tax Security Awareness Week in the state of Washington and the Better Business Bureau is warning that you could become a victim if you're not careful.
What Traits Make For The Most Real American?
The Patriot Post posted the results and 90 percent say the trait most important to being a real American is -- believing in treating people equally.
Have A Good Time For A Good Cause!
At 1800 hours (that's pm) on Saturday December 15th , a half dozen local bands and seven local breweries will team up with and The Seasons Performance Hall to throw a jam-packed Christmas Party to collect toys for children who might otherwise go without.
White Pass Ski Area Hoping To Open Sooner Than Later
Officials at the White Pass ski area are waiting on the snow like so many skiers and borders in Yakima and throughout the region.
Greenway Officials Against Move To Create Homeless Shelter
City and county leaders say the property Northeast of the city sewage treatment plant and close to the Yakima Greenway pathway is the best area and that they'll use landscaping and rules to mitigate impacts to the area from homelessness.
Howdy Neighbor Will A Homeless Shelter Move Next To The Greenway
The Yakima City Council meets Tuesday and on the agenda is a rezone that would allow for a permanent homeless shelter to be built next to the Yakima Greenway.
2nd Amendment Advocates Help Stop Active Shooting Events
Those weapon carrying "good guys" helped stop the active shooter in 25 instances (75.8 percent of the time).
Authorities Looking For Robbery Suspects In Wapato
A news release from the Yakima County Sheriff's office says two men robbed the store, at 61 West Wapato Road at 2:30 a.m. on November 26.