Crews were busy Wednesday with two separate swift-water river rescue operations.
Authorities have identified the bicyclist who was struck and killed by a motorist in Yakima on Sunday morning.
A team created to improve the response to domestic violence incidents in Yakima was made official Tuesday by the Yakima City Council.
Super Bowl MVP, and Yakima, Washington local, Cooper Kupp agreed to a three-year contract extension with the Los Angeles Rams on Wednesday.
A federal judge has sentenced a Wapato man to nearly five years in prison for a 2019 driving under the influence crash that killed four citizens of the Yakama Nation.
Yakima Police canceled an AMBER Alert Sunday morning after a car was stolen with a child still inside. Authorities say the child was found safe.
Plentiful sunshine, a nudge from the state of Washington, and even a few sheep will help a large solar power farm in eastern Yakima County begin operation sometime in 2024.
A 13-year-old central Washington boy is accused of shooting five people during a Cinco de Mayo festival.
How much of Washington’s cherry crop will survive this unseasonably wintry start to spring? It’s the half a billion-dollar question farmers are asking as large portions of traditional harvest in the state literally hang in the balance between ripening and disaster.
A 16-year-old shot in an altercation near a high school in Yakima on Tuesday has died, according to police, and his 15-year-old cousin was arrested.
A jury on Wednesday found James Dean Cloud guilty of several counts of first-degree murder, kidnapping and carjacking in a 2019 mass homicide that shook the Yakama Reservation.
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver and Yakima native Cooper Kupp has been honored by the Washington State House of Representatives.
A Latino civil rights organization and others filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday that says new political maps in Washington approved by a bipartisan redistricting panel intentionally dilute Hispanic voters’ influence.
The Washington State Department of Health announced on Friday that it updated its health and safety guidance in response to the COVID-19 outbreaks linked to the high school wrestling tournaments this month.
Selah police are investigating the deaths of three people from possible carbon monoxide poisoning at a Speyers Road home.
The Washington State Office of Attorney General has launched the new Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and People Task Force.
Yakama Nation officials said this week they will allow a rural school district in central Washington to continue the use of the Wahluke Warrior image while a plan for respectful usage is developed.
Not seen, not heard and not found: Flyers and photos of the missing are just some of the many native people who disappeared in Washington state.
The Yakima Health District has reported that staff members and people in custody have contracted COVID-19 in the latest outbreak inside the Yakima County Jail.
Washington State Tree Fruit Association officials have lowered their 2021 estimate of the statewide apple harvest by 5.3%.