Sunshine, wine, music and BACON! Where do we sign up? The third annual Yakima Uncorked wine and food festival, presented by Washington Broadband, returns to downtown Yakima this Saturday (June 24) -- and conditions look ideal. Under Yakima's signature sunny skies, you’ll be …
The Second Annual "Uncycled" Art Show & Auction is back on Tuesday (May 9). I had a chance to sit down with Vicki and Isabella (the local director of Habitat for Humanity) and discuss the upcoming art show and auction.
It's been a tough week or so concerning continued gang violence in Yakima, and it's got many of us uneasy and a bit scared. Now a new Google Map plots out the turf of some of Yakima's gangs. I know violence can strike anywhere, but some areas of Yakima might be best avoided i…
It's hard to imagine a Starbucks closing in Yakima, but looks like the one at the Chalet Mall on Summitview Avenue will be shuttering their doors by summer's end. I think the last time we had a Starbucks closure in Yakima was at the Top Foods location back in 2008.
The Bulls are BACK at the Yakima Valley SunDome this Saturday.The dust will be kicking up as the bulls try and keep the cowboys from a perfect 8-second ride. The Professional Bull Riders (PBR) return to the Yakima Valley this weekend and it's great family fun. Tickets are still available.
The American Red Cross has opened an emergency shelter for West Valley residents affected by the flooding at 72nd Avenue between Mead Avenue and Nob Hill Boulevard in Yakima. The shelter opened Tuesday afternoon at the Church of Christ, 100 N. 72nd Ave.
I love all types of music. Rock, heavy metal, country, pop and even some rap. Journey and Asia have been on the top of my list ever since I was a kid. I never dreamed that they would tour together -- let alone stop in the Yakima Valley! But that is exactly what is happening this March!