Booze And Credit Soon To Be At Downtown Farmers Market
Within the next two weeks you'll be able to enjoy a beer and use your credit card at the Downtown Yakima Farmers Market.
Volunteers Needed At Harman Center Friday To Help Kids
A project to comfort children during distress or an emergency happens Friday at the city of Yakima’s Harman Center, 101 N. 65th Avenue.
Special Emphasis Underway to Remind Drivers to Move Over
Sergeant James Prouty says when drivers in the far right lane come within 200 feet of an emergency vehicle on the shoulder the driver is required to move to the next lane as long as it's safe.
Fireworks The Cause Of Fire In Cowiche Canyon Wednesday
Capt. Jeff Pfaff of the Yakima Fire Department says a fire reported in Cowiche Canyon Wednesday night was an arson fire.
The Special Olympics Torch To Wind Its Way Through Yakima
It's a tradition to light the Olympic Flame to start the games and the trail of torch will pass through Yakima.
MADD's Salute our Heroes Celebration Set For Saturday In Yakima
This Saturday, 6-23-18, MADD Washington will celebrate "Salute Our Heroes Day" at the Yakima Greenway's Sarge Hubbard Park.
Raise Money Have Fun With Dogs On Saturday In Yakima
A big charity event to benefit the Yakima County Sheriff's Office Canine Unit is set for Saturday, June 23 in Yakima.
13-Year-Old Girl Arrested After Fight And Stabbing
A 13-year-old girl was arrested Wednesday night after they say she stabbed two people in a parking lot inf the 3900 block of Summitview Avenue.
It's The Wings, Right?
University of British Columbia and Simon Fraiser University researchers polled 195 adults and found men rated a restaurant meal as more delicious when it was served by a good looking waitress!
What's In The Cup Reflects What's In Your Mind
Researchers say drinking lattes can be seen as an indicator of openness to globalization and willingness to embrace open markets.
Children's Village Awarded Big Grant Money To Help Kids
Children’s Village is one of two local health-care entities to be awarded grants totaling $1.2 million
Yakima Jobless Rate Continues At Record Low Levels
The city of Yakima's unemployment numbers continue at all-time record lows with the a jobless rate of just 5.8 percent for the month of May.
Yakima City Council Backtracks Again & Moves Plaza To The Ballot
Who could blame the generous donors of nearly 10-million dollars to decide to take their money and go home.
Fun In The Sun Has The Blues On The Run Thursday In Yakima
Too Slim is Too Cool and the Taildraggers are second fiddle to none and there you have the makings for another outstanding edition of Yakima's Downtown Summer Nights this Thursday on Front Street.
New Pool Of Recruits Opens To Yakima Police Department
The Yakima Police Department now has a new pool of people to recruit future police officers.
Toppenish Health Fair This Saturday
“When you have your health, you have everything. When you do not have your health, nothing else matters at all.”
Yakima Community Cleanup Set For June 23
you'll have the opportunity to help spruce up your neighborhood on Saturday, June 23rd during a free Community Cleanup event.
State Supreme Court Could Rule In Riddle Case In July
The Washington State Supreme Court held an emergency hearing on Monday
Washington State Is Among The Best For A Summertime Road Trip
Washington State makes the WalletHub Top Ten Best States for a road trip based on a variety of factors.
Double Standards Exist When People Pick Up The Phone to "Sext"
Subjects described their perceptions of the scenario with the results showing most felt sexts from men were 'sexual harassment,' while most sexts from women were seen as 'flattering.'