- Yakima boy dies in ATV crash Updated: May-25-15 5:05 pm
YAKIMA, Washington - A 16-year-old boy from Yakima has died after crashing an ATV near the town of Tampico.
- Storm packing heavy rain, hail, lightning hits central Wash. Updated: May-22-15 12:22 am
YAKIMA, Washington - A storm packing heavy rain, hail and lightning has hit the Yakima Valley in central Washington.
- Man sentenced for selling golden eagle feathers Updated: May-21-15 11:11 am
YAKIMA, Washington - A man has been sentenced to 30 days in jail for trying to arrange the illegal sale of golden eagle feathers.
- Yakima woman gets 10 years for starving twin girls Updated: May-21-15 9:32 am
YAKIMA, Washington - A Yakima woman has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for abusing her 8-year-old twins. The girls were found emaciated when they were rescued from the home.
- Water outlook for Yakima Basin declines again Updated: May-19-15 1:52 pm
YAKIMA, Washington - This year's water supply outlook for the Yakima Basin continues to decline.
- Family sues Yakima school district, alleges abuse on bus Updated: May-18-15 2:37 pm
YAKIMA, Washington - The parents of an 8-year-old girl with Down syndrome are suing the Yakima School District, alleging their daughter was repeatedly molested by another student on a special needs school bus.
- Lawsuit settlement tightens rules for 3 Yakima dairies Updated: May-12-15 9:10 am
YAKIMA, Washington - Three dairies in Yakima Valley are operating under stricter sanitation standards following Monday's resolution of a years-long lawsuit.
- State officials may allow farmers to tap emergency wells Updated: May-09-15 2:38 pm
LACEY, Washington - State ecology officials are considering issuing permits for emergency wells in the drought-stricken Yakima Basin.
- 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.