Nobody hurt in Sunnyside drive-by
Police were looking for a gunman who opened fire on a pedestrian last night in front of the Paragon Apartments.
Work selected among best in state, nation
The publisher of The Daily Sun was presented one of the nation’s top newspaper photography awards Friday in abstentia.
The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday denied the petition of a county teenager for a writ of certiorari.
A new veterans memorial will be unveiled publicly in the Lower Yakima Valley at 11 a.m. on Nov. 11.
A local man was booked into the city jail Wednesday night on a Department of Corrections contract.
Members of the city’s advisory boards will get together this afternoon to mingle.
Students went to school two hours late yesterday following a power outage.
The City Council on Monday approved two resolutions to help pave the way for a new hospital.
Emergency officials temporarily closed Emerald Road, between Snipes Pump and Wendell Phillips roads, last night while crews repaired a natural gas line leak.
Nobody injured in mishap at Sunnyside field
A small airplane blew a tire Sunday while landing at Sunnyside Municipal Airport and veered into a ditch.
Final figures will be determined by City Council
Raw figures! That’s what City Treasurer Matt Cordray provided the City Council at last night’s Committee of the Whole meeting when discussing the proposed Current Expense Fund Budget.
State to receive $3 million grant to catch up
Like most sensational stories that make the airwaves or the national press, the rape kit controversy sweeping Washington state doesn’t touch all jurisdictions.
It’s homecoming week at Sunnyside High School and students and staff are getting into the spirit of things.
Could climb to $33 million, mayor says
There was no final number thrown out last night at a special City Council meeting to start the 2018 budget process.