Author: Karla Sosa

Habitat for Humanity receives grants of $100,000

A local organization received a grant that will allow them to continue building houses for low income families. The Yakima Valley Community Foundation has given Habitat for Humanity a grant of $100,000.The money will be used within three years, during…

Yakima City Council approves solar energy project

The city of Yakima will now be working on a solar energy project. Council members approved a memorandum of understanding which will clarify what the city's role with be for the Solar Energy Project. The city will be working with…

Opioid Summit takes place in Yakima

An Opioid Summit is scheduled to start on Wednesday in Yakima and will continue until Friday. Today's public forum will start at 6 p.m. and it'll be held at Eisenhower High School. A local psychologist along with students from Pacific…

Yakama Nation offers prayer services

After last week's tragedy in White Swan, the Yakama Nation is offering Prayer ServicesPeople will have the opportunity to attend three prayer services.The first one will be on Saturday in White Swan at 3 p.m. at the White Swan High…

Yakima's Downtown Summer Nights hosts free concert

Yakima's Downtown Summer Nights starts on Thursday evening. The free concert will start at 5:30 p.m. and will be held in the heart of downtown on Historic North Front Street. Every Thursday there will be live band performances and activities…

Water safety tips for the summer

Kids will soon be done with school and with that comes the fun summer activities.The most popular one is swimming, although it's fun it can also be one of the most dangerous ones. Doctor Aaron Grigg is a pediatric doctor…

Yakima Valley Corvette hosts their annual car show

The longest corvette running show is taking place this weekend in Yakima.Over 70 corvettes from Oregon, Washington and Canada will be attending this year's car show. The event is free and it's being held at Sarg Hubbard Park. People will…