8 hrs ago
Flagger certification available in Yakima
Yakima Valley Community College will hold a flagger certification training workshop from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 21 at the the college's Skills Center Building, Room W106, at South 16th Avenue and Nob Hill Boulevard in Yakima.
11 hrs ago
Yakima police say goodbye to first patrol K-9 dog
There's been a loss for the Yakima Police Department. The department's first patrol K-9 died earlier this week.
11 hrs ago
Yakima Valley wine gets international publicity
A victory for people who've been trying to make the Yakima Valley stand out more on the map.
11 hrs ago
Preparation begins on Vintiques show in Yakima
Set up began on this year's Vintiques show happening this weekend in Yakima. 700 hot rods will be displayed at the State Fair Park.
12 hrs ago
Three Teens Arrested on Burglary Charges in Yakima Valley
Three young men are booked on burglary charges after allegedly breaking into a Terrace Heights home and a Selah home.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Yakima neighbors look for ways to beat the heat
Another day in the triple digits around the Yakima Valley. It's not easy to stay outside for long.
Tiger Oil station begins cleanup
An abandoned gas station in Yakima is finally getting cleaned up. Workers were seen at the Tiger Oil station Wednesday on Summitview and 55th Avenue.
A good problem to have: Carlton Complex no longer accepting donated goods
OKANOGAN COUNTY, Wash.- The people in charge at the Carlton Complex wildfires in Okanogan County say they can no longer accept any donated goods.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Man who dangled from flagpole shares experience
We're learning more about the 70-year-old man left dangling from a flagpole in Downtown Yakima.
Potential teacher shortage in Yakima district
A potential teacher shortage is staring at the Yakima School District. This, with kids due back in class in less than a month.
State troopers writing fewer tickets for aggressive driving
State troopers aren't writing as many tickets for aggressive driving. But, it's not necessarily because people are driving better.
Just when you think you've heard everything: Man rescued from flagpole
YAKIMA, Wash.- A man in Yakima is doing okay now after firefighters rescued him from a 30 foot flag pole Monday afternoon.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Fire crews rescue flagpole worker
Monday's heat caused a man to pass out while on top of a flagpole in Downtown Yakima.
Some playground equipment hotter than 100 degrees
We're back for another round of dodging the heat. Triple digits have sent the kids to the pool.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
The News Tribune
Buckley Gulch: No Man's Land
Not only will you get deeper and deeper into boggy wetland and thick overgrowth, you'll also eventually make it upstream to the Yakima Avenue and North 21st Street bridges, playground of graffitists, drug users and the homeless.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
reach out of the darkness photo
It's Saturday, July 27, 1968, & these are the local top 10 singles. Poor Cliff Nobles.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Red Cross Yakima chapter wildfire relief
The Red Cross Yakima Chapter is holding multiple events next week to help Washington wildfire victims.
Grand Marshal named for Sunfair Parade
Sheriff Ken Irwin was named the Grand Marshal for the 53rd annual Yakima Sunfair Parade.
Burglar steals bishop's ring
A bold burglar broke into the residence of Yakima Bishop Joseph J. Tyson this morning, making off with computer equipment, cuff links, a watch, and a gold ring set with an amethyst, one of the symbols of the Bishop's unity with his flock.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Gonorrhea cases surge in Yakima County
It's not a topic people want to talk about, but gonorrhea infections are surging in Yakima County.