Yakima Police, Sheriff’s Keep Man From Jumping off Huge Bridge
Wednesday afternoon, a Yakima Police negotiator and Yakima County Sheriff's were able to talk a man down who had climbed onto the Selah Creek Bridge on I-82, and was ready to jump.
The Selah Creek, or Fred Redmond Bridge is one of the tallest in our area, you pass over it whenever you go to Seat…
Former Richland Chief Candidate Fired as Yakima Police Chief
One of two candidates who sought the Chief of Police in position in Richland will now be really looking for a job.
Yakima Police Chief Dominic Rizzi Jr., who was one of two candidates 'rejected' by the City of Richland, was informed Monday his services will be terminated in two months...
Neighborhood Argument Leaves 2 Shot, Elderly Gunman Critical
A 62-year-old man is in Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after shooting himself in the head Wednesday night in Yakima.
Around 9:30pm, police responded to a home near 27th and Englewood, where they found a 43-year-old man and a woman had been shot, but not critically...
Why Did Homeless Woman Try to Kidnap Yakima Child?
A woman is in the Yakima County jail facing attempted kidnapping and other charges after she allegedly tried to 'steal' a child from her father.
During a Cinco De Mayo festival in downtown Yakima, a man and his girlfriend were dancing with his child when they were approached by a 23-year-o…
Coroner: Home Invasion Suspects Died “Bloody Deaths”
Information is still being released about the deadly home invasion over the weekend that ended with the two suspects being repeatedly stabbed to death in Yakima.
31-year-old Brian Perez and 24-year-old Chase Rogers forced their way into a home near South 64th Avenue around 4am early Sunday morning...
Fatal Mall Shooter Still Sought by Police
A 21-year-old man is dead, and Yakima police are still searching for his killer into Monday, after the incident occurred Friday night.
Police say the two men began to argue outside the Yakima Valley Mall around closing time. One man, the suspect, pulled a gun and shot the other in the chest...
Pending Rain Will Raise Local Rivers, But No Big Flooding–Yet
The National Weather Service updated their latest forecast for the Tri-Cities and Lower Columbia Basin Friday. Besides our rainy blustery weather, they've also updated the potential for flooding in the region.
According to the National Weather Service, and our Weather Center:
"Periods of…

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