Doctor Stephen Smith with Northwest Integrative Medicine predicts this spring season will bring more problems for allergy sufferers than what is typical. He said the moisture in the ground this season will cause pollen producing plants to grow faster, which means more allergens in the air.
Yakima city crews and Transform Yakima Together members working together to have homeless camp ready
The new homeless encampment in Yakima will open tomorrow and city workers and members of Transform Yakima Together have been working to have the camp ready.
Multiple house fires have displaced three different families in the last couple days in terrace heights - east of Yakima.
Governor Jay Inslee has declared a state of emergency for twenty eastern Washington counties including Yakima County.
Police arrested a 15-year-old boy for an armed robbery at a convenience store in Kennewick.
A man has been charged for allegedly shooting two people outside a Yakima sports bar in February.
Pasco is moved forward with plans to ban camping in public parks during a Monday night hearing.
A former Pasco police officer faced a new jury on Tuesday, along with charges for the alleged rape and assault of his niece.
Kennewick police responded to a collision in which a car hit a pedestrian on Monday night.
Candy Mountain is almost ready to open for public access.
A 24-year-old Yakima County jail inmate may be charged with assault for allegedly attacking two correction officers and a fellow inmate.
It's time to double your money! Starting in April you can exchange your cans and bottles in Oregon for ten cents.The state already has a 5-cent return at certain grocery stores and recycling centers and now the state is raising…
RICHLAND, Wash. (AP) - An employee at the Hanford nuclear reservation stopped some work at the radioactive waste tank farms Monday afternoon over beryllium controls.The Tri-City Herald reports (https://goo.gl/kJLHbD ) work resumed Tuesday after managers met with the employee to discuss concerns.The order stopped all activities requiring beryllium controls or intrusive work in the tank farms.
A man is recovering after being hit by a car Monday night.
According to discussion at the council meeting, a first offense would earn someone a warning, and a second offense would mean charges.
City of West Richland staff are closer to the finish date on a new municipal services facility.
Neighbors in Finely had a scare when a Union Pacific train derailed, spilling it's contents near Perkins Road at 12:20 p.m. on Monday.
While the calendar may be telling farmers it's time to plant vegetables across the Columbia Basin, mother nature is telling one potato researcher otherwise.
Local health districts across Washington state are struggling for funding.
Kennewick firefighters have a warning for smokers that could save lives.
Pasco police urge you to lock your doors and windows, even in the daytime.
Confusion for drivers as they approach traffic circles is creating problems across Kennewick.
The Yakima Fire Department responded to an early morning fire at the El Porton Restaurant in Union Gap. When crews arrived around 4:45 am to the 2500 blk of Main Street they found the inside of the building full of heat and smoke.
A Prosser teacher is returning to work this after a large Facebook controversy. First grade teacher Cherise Rhode was placed on administrative leave nearly a month ago after her comments about the “Day without Immigrants” protest resulted in anger and criticism from the public.