OUTLOOK, Wash. — A Yakima woman was arrested Tuesday evening after Yakima County sheriff’s deputies said she drove through a fence at one house and was caught rummaging through a car at another home.
Skeletal remains found between Toppenish and Wapato on Sunday are those of a 56-year-old Yakama Nation citizen who has been missing since 2017.
This week’s storms in the Cascades could finally bring some much-needed snow for Washington’s delayed winter sports seasons.
Four Yakima County jail inmates are expected to be arraigned Wednesday on charges they assaulted another prisoner with homemade weapons in November.
ZILLAH — An espresso stand that supports a local family is offering free drinks to ensure they have a great Christmas.
Unless a plea deal is worked out, a 17-year-old Yakima suspect will stand trial in February for gunning down a 15-year-old girl earlier this year.
The National Weather Service is warning of dense freezing fog descending on our region.
Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic will have a free baby shower for Yakima-area moms-to-be on Dec. 17.
Attorneys who helped file two lawsuits against the city of Yakima over a strong mayor proposal applauded the City Council’s decision Tuesday to take the measure off the February ballot.
The Yakima Humane Society plans to welcome a new executive director Monday.
YAKIMA, Wash. — Staff at Triumph Treatment Services will again provide backpacks to homeless individuals and are seeking donations of cold-weather gear and other items to fill them.
Ana Cruz of Prosser has harvested apples, cherries, blueberries and hops in her 15 years as a farmworker. Over that time, she’s seen her older children grow up — one child is in college and two more will soon start college — and given birth to three more children.
A stolen wallet kept Army Pvt. Virgle L. Hamock from saying goodbye to his family before completing boot camp and shipping out for the Philippines in 1941, his sister recalled.
YAKIMA, Wash. — Authorities arrested a 38-year-old Yakima woman accused of not reporting to serve a prison sentence for drug possession after finding her in a crawl space.
A winter storm warning is in effect for the Cascades, including White Pass, through 10 a.m. Friday.
Washington's iconic apples could start showing up on license plates. State Sen. Brad Hawkins, R-Wenatchee, is expected to file a bill allowing a new specialty license plate honoring the "World's Finest Apples."
Yakima police say a former Walmart employee threatened to blow up the West Valley store and kill two managers Tuesday.
The Yakima Central Library is in the midst of what staff call a minor remodel. Since work began in early November, library employees in the west side of the building have experienced hammering, sawing and construction chatter.
SELAH — Selah city officials and the Selah School District are discussing sharing expenses for maintaining tennis and basketball courts after a city councilman questioned who should pay for tennis court repairs.
The Yakima City Council will not put a proposal to switch to a new form of government before voters in a Feb. 11 special election.