- Woman sought in Washington killing arrested in Oregon Updated: Nov-24-15 5:12 pm
HILLSBORO, Oregon - A homeless woman wanted in a fatal shooting in Washington state has been arrested in North Plains, Oregon.
- Only 28 of 10,000 refugees in Washington from Syria Updated: Nov-19-15 11:25 am
YAKIMA, Washington - While the issue of Syrian refugees has dominated headlines in the wake of terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday, data from the Washington Department of Social and Health Services shows very few have come to the state over the past five years.
- Police investigating death of Yakima woman as homicide Updated: Nov-12-15 12:21 am
SELAH, Washington - Authorities say they are investigating as a homicide the death of a woman whose body was found near an East Selah road.
- Federal prosecutor named as magistrate judge in Yakima Updated: Nov-09-15 5:01 am
YAKIMA, Washington - A federal prosecutor has been selected to serve as magistrate judge in Yakima's U.S. District Court to fill the vacancy of a retiring judge.
- 3rd Latina elected to Yakima City Council Updated: Nov-06-15 11:24 am
YAKIMA, Washington - Carmen Mendez is now projected to become the third Latina elected to the Yakima City Council this year.
- Police say Yakima man built bomb, intended to kill man Updated: Nov-05-15 12:30 pm
YAKIMA, Washington - Police are seeking attempted murder charges against a Yakima man they say built a bomb to kill his ex-girlfriend's partner.
- In wake of lawsuit, Latinos win Yakima seats Updated: Nov-04-15 2:07 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - In the wake of a federal court lawsuit, Hispanic candidates have for the first time been elected to the Yakima City Council.
- The Latest: Seattle 'democracy voucher' measure passing Updated: Nov-04-15 1:46 am
OLYMPIA, Washington - Voters in Washington were deciding the fate of two statewide initiatives and scores of local races Tuesday night. Here is the latest from the election:
- JBLM helicopter pilots may soon help fly unmanned drones Updated: Oct-31-15 6:11 am
YAKIMA, Washington - Daniel Fernandez used to have a fast and dangerous mission on the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan as an Army scout helicopter pilot.
- State's fruit growers hope trade deal means more business Updated: Oct-26-15 1:00 pm
YAKIMA, Washington - Washington fruit growers are hoping the Trans-Pacific Partnership will lead to fewer tariffs and higher sales when their crops are exported to other nations.