Students from 17 colleges across the Pacific Northwest gathered at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory on Saturday to compete against other colleges in similar environments at national laboratories across the country in a cybersecurity contest.
Author: Angela Kerndl
Inklings Bookshop is partnering with a local author to give back to the community this holiday season. The bookshop is planning to donate the cost of a Thanksgiving meal to the Union Gospel Mission for every copy of Grace Knows Your Name sold this month.
On election night, Kenton Gartrell was leading in the race to replace Dulce Gutierrez for Yakima's City Council District 1, but after a count late Wendesday, Eliana Macias looks to be the clear winner.
Local hop supplier Yakima Chief Hops recently exported a shipment of freshly harvested hops from the Pacific Northwest to South Korea in just one day for the first time in brewing history.
Central Washington University administrators will meet with student journalists next week following a recent press freedom protest.
Student journalists from Central Washington University rallied on campus Thursday to fight for their First Amendment rights. For months, reporters at the university's student-run newspaper and television station have been trying to do their jobs with their hands tied.
Governor Jay Inslee stopped in Yakima today to discuss the issue of gun violence in the community. He said the state needs to be part of an aggressive plan to fight violence in the valley.
A month ago, a 16-year-old Kennewick girl was left fighting for her life after a medical emergency. Now a local fitness group is helping the family raise money to give back.
Four Yakama nation elders were honored at Heritage University Friday for their lifetime contributions to the Yakama people and community.
Kennewick Police are investigating after finding a dead woman near an irrigation canal in Kennewick late Friday afternoon.
Admission to Washington state parks is free of charge on Nov. 11 for Veterans Day.
Wapato Public Schools invites people from the greater Wapato community to its Healthy Choices Community Awareness Fair Thursday night.
Kenton Gartrell took the lead Tuesday in the race for Yakima City Council District 1 with Eliana Macias in a 213 to 142 preliminary count. Gartrell had about 60 percent of the total, according to initial results.
Firefighters worked through the early hours Tuesday to make sure the fire at an old grain mill in Granger was completely out.
A 51-year-old man was arrested Saturday morning after police say he violated a protection order by breaking into a Kennewick apartment.
Rod's House's young adult extreme winter weather shelter officially opens Friday. The shelter will house young adults ages 18 to 24 at Englewood Christian Church on 44th Avenue in Yakima.
Yakima police are looking for the suspects involved in a drive-by shooting near downtown Yakima Thursday evening. Police responded to a shots fired call at about 4:30 p.m. in an alley near 9th Avenue and Spruce Street.
The East Valley School District has confirmed that one teacher is on administrative leave after a video went viral of her writing a racial slur on the white board in class.
Dozens of Wapato High School students took a pledge to stay drug and alcohol free Wednesday as part of Red Ribbon Week. It's designed to raise awareness about the dangers and destruction of substance abuse in America.
The Kennewick Police Department is asking for help solving a stolen vehicle and robbery case out of Pasco Police Department.