Yakima County sees surge in COVID outbreaks at nursing homes, assisted living facilities
Yakima drive-thru COVID testing site reopens
Yakima man accused of breaking no-contact order to kidnap infant
Yakima hospital reports 95% of staff in compliance with vaccine mandate
Selah Fire Dept. to lose 35% of its firefighters due to vaccine mandate
Fewer personnel will be able to respond to emergency medical calls, chief says
Man who shot his ex outside of Toppenish casino had long history of domestic assault
The suspect, who was known to Yakima County authorities, was killed by deputies after a violent altercation in Idaho.
Yakima drive-by shooting sends 29-year-old to Harborview Medical Center
YWCA Yakima hotline calls increased 30% during the pandemic
'We help anyone in the community who needs help — and there is no cost to that'
Yakima Co. labor market recovering from pandemic job losses
'The dark days of 2020 are behind us'
Yakima food banks stocking up for winter
Operation Harvest collects 90,000 pounds of nonperishable food items
Moxee kids want to expand family's berry farm
'For most of my life, I have loved picking berries'
Yakima hospital system still 'fragile' despite decrease in COVID-19 patients
Yakima nonprofit breaks ground on new affordable housing development
Homicide investigation underway after human remains found in Kittitas County
Deputies investigating the possibility it may be a Kent man missing since May 2020
Yakima mobile vaccination clinics offer Pfizer booster shot
Health officials plan to bring back drive-thru COVID-19 testing site at State Fair Park
Yakima hospital directs COVID patients with mild symptoms to outpatient clinic
Lawsuit: Yakima tree fruit business ignored 'egregious' sexual harassment against farmworker
Warning: This article includes descriptions of sexual harassment and stalking
Yakima hospital now offers monoclonal antibody therapy for COVID-19
Treatment helps reduce risk of severe illness in recently diagnosed patients at high risk for complications
Help us fight hunger on Food Drive Day at Central WA State Fair
Red Cross facing 'critical' blood shortage while patient need remains high
Fresh Hop Ale Festival requires negative COVID test or vaccination card
Ticket sales up after announcement, but volunteers dropping out
Central Washington State Fair opens Friday under mask mandate
Bat-killing fungus spreads to Yakima County
High demand for COVID testing in Yakima County
More kids test positive for COVID-19 in Yakima County
UPDATE: No charges yet for Selah woman who shot, killed boyfriend
Yakima County Prosecutor elects to launch further investigation before determining charges.
Japanese beetle infestation threatens Yakima Valley growers
Staff shortage worsens at Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital
'It can definitely just ruin you': Yakima COVID patient regrets putting off vaccination
'I was healthy; I never expected it to get me the way it did'
Central Washington State Fair works to address COVID-19 concerns prior to opening Sept. 24
'We're 100% confident that the fair will be happening'
Yakima teens injured in gang-related shootout
Police say at least 25 shots fired during altercation
Yakima County nonprofit helps tenants facing illegal 'lockouts'
Legal help, rental assistance available for tenants and landlords
Yakima hospital concerned about COVID-19 testing capacity
Firefighters focus on protecting homes from the Schneider Springs Fire
Yakima hospital may have to 'ration health care' amid COVID patient surge
'This is kind of a slow, simmering mass casualty event'
Yakima police search for missing youth
'They're not safe when they're out running around on the streets'
Yakima police arrest 20-year-old suspect in fatal stabbing
'In my world, it seems like everybody's dying': Yakima ICU nurse shares experience caring for COVID patients
'It's been taxing and trying and sometimes it just kind of feels like it sucks the soul right out of you'
Yakima hospital warns of 'extremely dangerous' surge in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations
Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital officials say 222 out of 226 hospital beds are full
Fire officials need help to prevent wildfires over Labor Day weekend
'We are hopeful that we won't have the sort of the significant tragedies we had last year'