A local irrigation district and federal agency signed an agreement to seek funding for water storage.
Loaded gun found in suspect’s car
A Yakima man faces multiple charges after a high-speed chase yesterday on a local rural road.
A dramatic makeover is under way in Granger, where crews are building a new gym addition to the high school.
Issues include access, harvest of damaged trees
More than 100 regional residents turned out Thursday night to voice concerns over the way the federal government manages publicly owned forests in the Pacific Northwest.
Power outages likely during storm
Nearly another inch of rain and high winds are on the way.
Prosser woman charged in alleged scheme
A Prosser woman is accused of participating in a check-cashing scheme.
Man accused of grabbing, holding woman against her will
A local man is accused of holding his estranged wife against her will in the presence of their 7-year-old son.
While many people are familiar with local Alphabet Homes, fewer realize the city is also home to a significant number of mid-century modern houses.
The 21st Annual “FreeForm Friends and Family” Concert featuring the Columbia Basin College’s nationally-acclaimed jazz choir, directed by Dave Cazier, will host its first performances of the year Saturday.
The Tri-Cities International Film Festival in the Confluent Space, Uptown Theater, 1300 Jadwin Way, and in the Richland Community Center, 500 Amon Park Drive, screening are from 1:00 - 10:30 p.m. beginning today.
Sunnyside librarian-in-training Heather Campbell checks out a copy of this year’s Yakima Valley Reads selection, Spare Parts by Joshua Davis, for a library patron.
Motorists will likely encounter delays this week in some areas of Central Washington due to road construction.
Members of the Yakima Valley Conference of Governments will learn about affordable healthcare options.
The state Nursing Commission granted an advanced registered nurse practitioner credential to Leslie Jean Hansen.