Yakama Nation Declares Emergency After Friday Fire
Residents in White Swan who were forced from their homes on Friday night were back in thier homes on Saturday after firefighters were able to contain a wildfire
Business To Re-Open In Yakima After Big Saturday Fire
Investigators from the Yakima Fire Department the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are busy Today
More Suspicious Fires In Yakima Saturday Morning
Fire investigators will get to work soon on two fires that kept firefighters scrambling on Saturday morning.
Miriam Fire Growing Causes Detours For Pacific Crest Trail
The Miriam Fire remains at 9 percent containment today at 2,135 acres.
Beauty Is In The Eye Of The Beholder, Real Or Imagined
Using the same technology they figured out where all other users ranked in terms of attractiveness and when they plugged it all in they found that 25 percent of all users were seeking potential dates who were obviously more attractive than themselves.
When Mickey and Disney Say "Good Night", Kids Go To Sleep!
Disney partnered with certified pediatric sleep coach Lauren Olson to come up with the hotline and all parents have to do is call 877-7-MICKEY to hear the happy mouse telling their child it's time to hit the hay.
New K-9 Officer Starts Job In Yakima Friday
Yakima Police spokesman Mike Bastinelli says the departments new K-9 named Trex and his partner/handler Officer Mark Mckinney start work together this week.
(Updated 10:15 a.m.) Man Found Dead In Ditch In Yakima Thursday
Yakima Police are investigating after they say a man in his 50's was found dead in a ditch in the 10 block of Washington Avenue
Damage Significant From Warehouse Fire Thursday
Damage is estimated at $1 million dollars after a fire at Fruit Packers Supply warehouse at 1102 North 16th Avenue early Thursday morning
Yakima's Truck Route List Designed For Safety And Efficiency
The Yakima City Council has approved a city truck route network intended to concentrate truck traffic to better accommodate truck turning movements, facilitate truck route enforcement, protect residential areas from unnecessary truck traffic, and protect the safety of drivers and pedestrians.
Take A Load Off And Let Your App Track Nothing
It's called Couch Potato and once you download it, it will monitor how much you don't move.
Yakima's Hotel Maison To Receive National Recognition
An historic Downtown Yakima building is receiving national recognition and you are invited to attend the ceremony.
August the 9th - A Whole Lot Happened On This Day In History
This day in history - August 9. This dog day of summer has been anything but hazy and lazy as it plays out across the decades.
The Battle Continues Against Miriam Fire
More slow progress against the Miriam fire burning near Clear Lake. The fire is now at 1242 acres with 9 percent containment up from 8 percent on Tuesday.
Air Quality Alert Issued For Yakima Area
The Washington State Department of Ecology has issued an air quality alert for the Yakima area that is in effect until 10:00 am Friday, August 10th.
Fire At Warehouse Burns Boxes Outside
Yakima Fire Department firefighters doused flames at a fruit warehouse early Thursday morning.
Take A Break Once In A While, Your Career Will Thank You
According to a new study, working too hard at work is detrimental not only to your health but also to your career.
Plan To Deal With Lower Valley Nitrates Up For Vote
This is the week a plan to deal with nitrates in lower valley groundwater could be put in place.
Apple Growers Have Big Crop On The Way
Apple growers in the Yakima Valley and throughout the state have a big crop on the vine this season.
2018 Primary Election Results
2018 Primary Election Results