A transient sex offender is residing in Yakima County, but without a permanent address.
The city Planning Commission will discuss high-density residential and agri-tourism criteria when it meets next Thursday.
Public Works employees will open fire hydrants and flush the city’s potable water system.
Insurance carriers will be required to reimburse refills for birth control for 12 months at a time under legislation passed today by the Senate.
The deadline to register for the upcoming Jurassic Parliament and Plain Talk programs is Friday.
Rep. Gina McCabe’s bill cracking down on voyeurism passed the state Senate with unanimous approval yesterday.
A local couple’s third daughter was born in their van en route to an area hospital Saturday.
A local man is charged with assault after allegedly beating his live-in girlfriend.
Standing water closed portions of three area roads Monday.
The Yakima County Planning Commission will discuss updates to the county code during a hearing tonight.
Jury selection was expected to begin yesterday in a trial for a suspect in knife attack at a Sunnyside laundromat.
A 61-year-old Selah man is recovering from injuries after an assailant used the man’s own gun to beat him.
The City Council will hear an Arbor Day proclamation during their meeting at 7 p.m. today.
The City Council will review updates to the Municipal Code during a study session at 6 p.m. today.
The City Council will have a public hearing tonight to receive public comment on a retail marijuana moratorium.