A well-known Yakima restaurant that had to close after a fire ripped through their eatery has reopened at a new location.
Author: Maria Leal
The Yakima County Sheriff’s Office wants the community to get to know them better.
Health officials are reminding everyone that it’s that time of the year for a flu vaccine.
Two people connected to an attempted burglary outside of Toppenish are now in custody, thanks to the Yakima County Sheriff's Office K-9.
Rod's House, a facility that helps homeless youth in Yakima is hosting their annual fundraiser on Saturday.
Local businesses are announcing support for a ballot measure that would prevent a grocery tax.
A 15-year-old Yakima boy accused of killing another teen pled not guilty Wednesday morning.
An NPR reporter was in Yakima Wednesday morning, for a sold out 46th season of Town Hall Series at the Capitol Theatre.
The city of Yakima has a new sister city.
After 30 years the executive director of Yakima’s Union Gospel Mission is retiring.
In the lower Yakima Valley a ceremony was held on Tuesday, September 11, to honor local veterans living at a retirement home with a new American flag.
A California man arrested for vehicular homicide near Grandview on Saturday appeared in court Monday afternoon.
The Yakima Chamber of Commerce held an Opioid epidemic discussion at their monthly luncheon this morning.
American and Japanese soldiers are joining forces as part of the annual Rising Thunder 18 training program at the Yakima Training Center.
The city of Union Gap has a new city center.
Yakima’s American Legion Post 36 will have a new heating system just in time for the cold months.
Construction of a new high school in Grandview is now underway.