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At about 6:00 p.m. Sunday, a man called 9-1-1 in Yakima and reported he had set his house on fire and was headed to the Yakima airport with a firearm.
UPDATE: Deputies have arrested 24-year-old Vivian E. Duarte of Desert Aire for felony hit and run and vehicular assault.
Did you know during July more kids die of being left in a car than any other time of the year? In the United States 38 kids die every year from heat stroke after being left in a car.
The Bounty of the Valley Scholarship Dinner, the premier annual event in the Yakima Valley dedicated to raising scholarship funds for Heritage University students, brought in $742,275 this past weekend.
A new report by the Washington State Patrol finds there are 56 missing American Indian women in the state of Washington, with 20 of those from Yakima County and 12 from King County.
SUNNYSIDE, WA - A lot of people in Sunnyside are concerned that the cemetery there is not being taken care of and this is not the first time people have expressed this.
Two 16-year-old Eisenhower High School students were arrested today after a social media post showing a recent photo of one of the students with a handgun in his lap while he was in a classroom at the school was reported to local law enforcement.
YAKIMA, WA- The Washington State Board of Education and the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction have developed a recognition criteria for public schools.
YAKIMA, WA- Memorial Day is often surrounded, by services and barbecues, but for people who have lost loved ones in active duty it's all about remembrance.
The Yakima Police Department is asking for the community’s help in locating a 77-year-old Yakima area man suffering from dementia who is missing.
During a Yakima city council meeting many expressed they are not okay with the city allowing ICE to use the city's airport to transport people the agency has detained.
YAKIMA, WA- Today is National Craft Distillery Day and one hobby turned, business, Swede Hill Distilling is proud of using all local ingredients for their spirits.
Ever since Alabama lawmakers approved an abortion ban, several other states have followed suit. That has caused an uproar across the country.
After the tragic loss of her daughter, one local woman is helping other's keep their children safe in the water.
"Life Jackets for Christine" will be giving away 300 life jackets in Yakima Saturday.
A 13-year-old girl is being returned to her legal guardian after her estranged mother took her from Clarkston, WA and brought her to the Yakima area for over a month.
- 2-year-old girl loses toe to a crack in a slide at her home; now her mom is warning parents
- Pasco teacher pleads innocent to child molestation charge
- Magnitude 2.2 earthquake reported four miles south of Kennewick
- Ford recalls 1.3M vehicles for suspension, transmission woes
- Police have arrested all suspects connected to murders on Yakama reservation
- No charges for man accused of killing family's golden retriever with knife, police say
- One person is dead after car crash in Yakima
- Jury: Man held stepdaughter for 19 years, fathered 9 kids
- 16 year old killed in early morning car crash in Umatilla County
- Richland High School graduate Santino Fontana wins Tony Award