20 hrs ago
Fire crews rescue flagpole worker
Monday's heat caused a man to pass out while on top of a flagpole in Downtown Yakima.
20 hrs ago
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.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Yakima DSHS staff member honored
Yakima's DSHS staff had a novel idea to recognize people while they're still around, rather than after they're gone.
Bed bug problem continues to grow
The problem with bed bugs just keeps growing. Yakima pest control services say this past month has been the busiest yet.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Booming Wine Industry will Significantly Impact Economy in Coming Years
Numbers in acreage for vineyeards, production, jobs and wineries are skyrocketing; that will lead to a major impact on our economy in coming years, according to a recent study.
Stolen car parts on the rise
Yakima was proud to boast a drop in stolen cars, but now the number of people stealing car parts is on the rise.
Yakima, Kittitas Counties see lower jobless rate in June
The unemployment rate fell last month in Yakima and Kittitas Counties. The state Employment Security Department put Yakima County's jobless rate at 6.2 percent in June.
Veterans Town Hall Meeting Wednesday in Yakima
Yakima County: The Governor's Veterans Affairs Advisory Committee will be holding a Veterans Town Hall on Wednesday, July 23 from 10:00 am noon at VFW Post 379, 118 S. 5th Avenue in Yakima, WA.
Police arrest man for firing rifle at neighbor
A Yakima man is now under arrest after allegedly firing a rifle at his neighbor Monday night.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Salvation Army collecting school supplies for kids in need
Members of the public may donate new or gently used school supplies to any of the following locations: Key Bank, Sterling Bank, Yakima Federal Savings, Bank Reale, Coldwell Banker Tomlinson Associated Brokers, Banner Bank, U.S. Bank, Columbia River Bank, Windermere Real Estate, Three Rivers Family Medicine, Shopko and Fred Meyer.
Washington wildfires delay bicyclists riding across country
The Washington fires forced a group of bicyclists to detour on their cross-country trek.
Yakima organizers want help with donations to wildfire victims
You can help organize donations for victims hit by the wildfires across the state.
Local firefighters sent to wildfires in the state
KIMA made some phone calls Sunday and found out local crews from Yakima County are being sent to the hotspots here in the state.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
3 to compete for Benton County assessor in Aug. 5 primary
Three Republicans are vying to be the next Benton County assessor, but voters can choose only two in the Aug. 5 primary to advance to the general election.