Thursday May 16
Yakima honoring law enforcement who lost their lives
Yakima honored men and women who wore the badge and gave their lives in the line of duty.
Wed May 15, 2013
Graffiti on the rise in Yakima, so is the cost to cover it up
Graffiti around Yakima has picked up this spring. We're only halfway through May and the number of taggings is already close to what we saw in April.
Yakima man goes missing in Ukraine
A Yakima man is missing overseas in Ukraine. Doctor Jay Sloop, 77, is the director for the Upper Columbia Conference Health Ministries.
Tue May 14, 2013
Washington state hops in high demand; Cougar Ale on the way
In 1980, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. founder Ken Grossman effectively put the Cascade hop of Yakima on the map.
Yakima Man Killed in Single Vehicle Accident
Troopers say 53-year-old Leslie Bradley was driving southbound on Wendt Road when he went off the roadway, through a field and struck a private residence on the 300 block of Wendt Road.
Mon May 13, 2013
Union Gap Municipal Court May Be Going to Yakima County Building
Union Gap's municipal court may soon be a thing of the past. The city is looking at a new plan to transfer the operation of the municipal court to the Yakima County District Courthouse.
Armed Robbery Early Sunday Morning in Yakima
On 05-13-13 at 0135 hrs, a lone male suspect entered the Gateway 76 Convenience Store, produced a handgun, and demanded money from the on-duty cashier.
Sun May 12, 2013
Yakima Farmer's Market opening day has record number vendors
Sunday was the first day for the Yakima Farmer's Market. Much like our temperatures, the farmer's market is back with a bang.
Sat May 11, 2013
Actor, writer, newsman and peace advocate on tap
The new season of the Yakima Town Hall Lecture Series will have a mix of speakers for its 2013-14 season: Academy Award winner Geena Davis, award-winning travel writer Doug Lansky, legendary newsman Bob Schieffer and peace advocate Arn Chorn Pond.
Search & Rescue Teams Convene in Ellensburg
Around 6,000 people in the State of Washington volunteer their time and energy searching for missing hikers, snowmobilers, and others who may find themselves lost.
Fri May 10, 2013
Two New Animal Control Officers to Patrol Yakima Streets
Yakima is doubling the size of its animal control department. Two new officers will be added in July to patrol the city for stray animals and handle code violations.
Stolen SUV Found in Yakima River and too Dangerous to Retrieve
YAKIMA CO., Wash. - Yakima County Sheriff's deputies say a stolen SUV found ditched in the Yakima River is too dangerous to retrieve.
Yakima air traffic control tower closure delayed
Plans to close the air traffic control tower at the Yakima Airport have been pushed back once again.
Thu May 09, 2013
Crimestoppers Still Looking for Pasco Man Wanted for Kidnapping
Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers, Police and Franklin County Prosecutors need your help finding a man wanted for kidnapping in the first degree.
Wed May 08, 2013
Yakima woman helps families of missing Cleveland women
We're thousands of miles away from Cleveland. But, two families of the three missing women found this week got help from a woman here in Yakima.
Tue May 07, 2013
Parking Lot Construction Over Anticipated Budget
A speed bump for construction crews at Franklin Park. City officials say it's going to cost them about $113,000 more to fix Franklin's parking lot.
Yakima Foursquare Church expands into East Valley
An East Valley commercial building that's been vacant for years will soon be home to a church.
Structure fire on 700 block of West Walnut Street
Yakima Fire says a fire started in an apartment complex on the 700 block of West Walnut Street around 5:40 on Tuesday morning.