- City to break ground on low-income housing project Updated: May-06-15 1:31 pm
TOPPENISH, Washington - About 150 more low-income families will have affordable housing as officials prepare to break ground next week on a $7 million project.
- Washington fruit distributors expand to meet demand Updated: May-04-15 4:25 pm
YAKIMA, Washington - Washington state's fruit industry is expanding as worldwide demand increases and new technologies help yield more crops.
- Latest on Baltimore protests: Thousands march across US Updated: May-01-15 11:25 pm
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- Judge orders fines, no jail time in Hanford timecard fraud Updated: May-01-15 1:46 pm
YAKIMA, Washington - A judge is making four people pay back the checks they were given for overtime they never worked at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.
- Report: Protecting sage grouse could hurt military Updated: Apr-29-15 6:21 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - Efforts to protect the greater sage grouse under the federal Endangered Species Act could hurt training operations at numerous U.S. military facilities in the West, according to a new report by the Army.
- Yakima police, federal agencies team up against gang crime Updated: Apr-27-15 7:23 am
YAKIMA, Washington - The Yakima Police Department and four federal agencies will be teaming up to take on gang activity in the city starting next month.
- US Rep. Newhouse proposes ending protection for wolves Updated: Apr-24-15 12:59 pm
YAKIMA, Washington - Republican U.S. Rep. Dan Newhouse has introduced a bill to remove the gray wolf from Endangered Species Act protections in Washington, Oregon and Utah.
- Governor signs into law bill providing farm worker training Updated: Apr-24-15 9:25 am
YAKIMA, Washington - Gov. Jay Inslee has signed into a law a measure aimed at increasing skills and safety training for agricultural workers.
- Yakima spends more than $981,000 on ACLU voting rights case Updated: Apr-24-15 7:25 am
YAKIMA, Washington - Yakima has paid more than $981,000 in attorney fees and expert witness costs in its ongoing voting rights case with the American Civil Liberties Union.
- Yakima County deputy cleared in fatal shooting after chase Updated: Apr-22-15 9:31 am
YAKIMA, Washington - The Yakima County Prosecuting Attorney has ruled a county sheriff's deputy was justified when he fatally shot a man following a high-speed chase in November.
- Yakima Basin drought forces early use of stored water Updated: Apr-21-15 12:43 pm
YAKIMA, Washington - The federal Bureau of Reclamation has had to start using stored reservoir water to supplement natural flows early because of a worsening drought in central Washington's Yakima Basin.
- Artillery and rockets coming to JBLM training exercises Updated: Apr-20-15 7:31 am
OLYMPIA, Washington - Military cost-cutting measures mean troops will participate in more complicated training at Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
- Man gets 10 years for helping kill co-worker's wife Updated: Apr-10-15 11:02 am
YAKIMA, Washington - One of two men convicted of fatally shooting a woman outside a Union Gap movie theater has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
- Yakima mom pleads guilty to abusing twin daughters Updated: Apr-09-15 12:13 pm
YAKIMA, Washington - A Yakima, Washington, woman has pleaded guilty to abusing her 8-year-old twins who were emaciated when relatives rescued them from the home.