Man Killed At Yakima Home Tuesday Morning
Yakima Police are investigating a fatal shooting in the 700 block of South 8th Avenue.
Yakima County Prosecutor Announces Re-Election Campaign
Yakima County Prosecutor Joe Brusic has announced his candidacy for re-election.
Northwest Travel And Lifestyle Writers Visit Yakima
A lot of writers are in Yakima Today for the 11th Annual Travel and Words: Northwest Travel & Lifestyle Writers Conference.
You May Have Heard Dogs Can Predict Earthquakes -- Can They?
The first scientific study about the phenomenon finds there's no strong evidence that animals can predict earthquakes.
Yakima Police Release Names of Slain Home Invasion Suspects
Spokesman Mike Bastinelli says they are 24-year-old Chase Daniel Rogers and 31-year-old Brian Joaquin Perez both of Yakima.
Spring Barrel Tasting 2018 Kicks Off This Weekend
Wine be pouring in downtown Yakima this weekend and at wineries throughout the valley. It's Spring Barrel Tasting 2018 this coming weekend.
Sitting Too Long Liked To Brain Shrinkage And Memory Loss
Electronic movement reminders are a good idea, especially when you realize that long stretches of sedentary behavior have been linked to changes in part of the adult brain that's critical for - memory.
Former Deputy Wants To Be Next Yakima County Sheriff
Rick Mottice has announced his candidacy for Yakima County Sheriff.
Yakima Youth Awards Monday At Eisenhower High School
Great kids doing great things will be highlighted during the 25th annual Yakima Youth Awards Monday at 6:30 at Eisenhower High School Auditorium.
New Traffic Flow Project Highlighted for South Union Gap
WSDOT staff will be on-hand from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 25 to answer questions at the open house scheduled for the Union Gap School multi-purpose room at 3201 4th Street, Union Gap.
Free College Credits From Heritage Is A Great Opportunity
For the next two years, the students at Yakima's High Schools will be able to take free Heritage University courses in English, history/humanities, math and science and the credits earned in those courses can be transferred to any college or university.
If You Bring The Dog, You'll Need To Protect Him From Heat Inside
It takes less than an hour for the temperature inside a car (even with an open window) to double when it's just 70 degrees Fahrenheit outside
Gang Shooting Reported At East Yakima Walmart
Yakima Police Spokesman Mike Bastinelli says the 19-year-old victim is being for a non-life-threatening wound at a Yakima hospital.
Wapato Students Going To Texas To Work With NASA
In the fall of 2014 bunch of smart kids are going to Texas later this month to work with NASA. In the Fall of 2014 NASA selected Wapato High School to participate in its HUNCH program.
E-Cycle Program In 10th Year Creating Jobs In Yakima
350 million pounds of electronics recycled - equivalent to the weight of 11,000 recycling trucks.
Camp Hope Director Hopes City Helps Them To Help Homeless
The Director of Transform Yakima Together, which operates the homeless shelter Camp Hope says he's hopeful a long term solution can be found to help Yakima's homeless population.
Millennials Don't Like Lots Of Tradition But They Do Like To Camp
But one thing millennials are doing is going camping.
Downtown Yakima Water Saving Landscape Project Underway
Yakima City crews are busy with a major water saving landscape design in downtown Yakima.
Yakima Council Tuesday Postpones Action On Major Issues
In fact the council made no major decisions on three major issues. The council postponed action on the enhanced dangerous dogs ordinance, the Yakima Rotary Aquatics Center planned for Chesterley Park were postponed for future action.
Can The Shape Of The Cup Affect The Taste Of The Coffee?
Interestingly, the coffee was judged to be more acidic when served in the split cup, but was said to taste best served out of the tulip-shaped cup.