Could be tried again, but not likely, attorney says
Yakima attorney and Grandview native George Hansen is a free man after facing down three criminal charges of a sexual nature in Yakima County Superior Court.
Sheriff’s Office seeks help in fatal attack
Det. Sgt. Mike Russell said Monday afternoon that Yakima County Sheriff’s detectives are making progress toward identifying suspects for the early morning shooting near here Sunday that left a Sunnyside man dead and another man injured.
Business park plan in the works for city
There will be a public hearing Sept. 6 at City Hall as the annexation process continues on property that will be known as Puterbaugh Business Park.
Lawnmower blamed for Angle Road fire
The Yakima County Sheriff’s Office said a local man found deceased at the scene of a small brush fire died as a result of the blaze.
Hult Butte Fire growing west of Vantage
State fire assistance has been mobilized to help contain the Hult Butte Fire that blew up overnight Sunday.
A group of paddlers, led by renowned explorer John Roskelley, toured Hanford Reach National Monument on Saturday to observe natural formations and wildlife.
Limited number of viewing glasses available to party-goers
Solar eclipse viewing party set for 9 a.m. Monday morning
Helen L. Abel pronounced dead at Sacred Heart Medical Center
Yakima woman turned into the path of a tractor-trailer, a Washington State Patrol report says.
WorkSource, 1925 Morgan Road, will host a job fair to hire up to 60 seasonal workers for YCH HOPS from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday.
Yakima Valley College will offer Flagger Certification Training on Thursday.
Dozens of personal watercraft riders from around the world spent the weekend at Grayland, showing off their aerial antics at the annual Grayland Open.
Briscoe: Man may have fallen from small cliff
The Yakima County Coroner’s Office will conduct an autopsy this week on a hiker found dead on Clemans Mountain.
Renowned explore John Roskelley led a group of about eight kayakers down the Columbia River on Saturday, exploring the Hanford Reach area.
The state Recreation and Conservation Funding Board wants to know what you think the priorities should be for outdoor recreation.
When the Sunnyside High School class of 1967 met for its 50th class reunion Aug. 4-5, they came away with rave reviews, reunion chairman Eva (Urrutia) Garcia said.
The CIA Coalition’s general meeting will feature a pancake breakfast at its partner recruitment meeting at 8 a.m. Thursday at the Bethel Community Church, 270 N. Gap Road.
The Gospel Messenger Singers will be the featured musicians for old-fashioned Gospel Jamboree, at 2 p.m. Aug. 20 at the Grace Brethren Church 428 B. St.
A pre-eclipse party is planned as part of the Build a Better World summer reading program wrap-up set for 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday at the community library, 621 Grant. Ave.
Recently, President Trump announced an executive order aimed at strengthening both America’s manufacturing sector and the supply chains that keep it running.
Social media posts by themselves generally cannot disrupt a classroom. But the bully tactics of people who disagree with posted personal thoughts and opinions sure can.
Bishop Mark Davies of Shrewsbury was quoted in a story that disregard for human life in the western world today resembles the Aztec practice of human sacrifice.
After reading your column last week on the water issue, I wanted to send a note agreeing with you that the court’s Hirst decision was a big mistake.
A North Carolina man walks into a popular Washington D.C. pizzeria and opens fire, telling police upon his inevitable arrest that he came to “self-investigate” a widely debunked conspiracy theory involving former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Lots of folks picture reporters as ambulance and fire engine chasers.