Harrison Middle School intervention specialist David Hinojosa, a finalist for the state Classified School Employee of the Year, will be recognized at a 2 p.m. award ceremony April 28 at the Old Capitol Building, 600 Washington St. SE.
A request to increase speed limits on a roughly 100-mile stretch of Interstate 90 in Eastern Washington is under review.
An autopsy is being performed on a man who died in an industrial incident yesterday afternoon.
Columbia Basin officials and businesses will have an opportunity to meet with the Washington State Transportation Commission about issues and challenges.
A man trespassing in the 400 block of West Second Street at about 11 p.m. last night was arrested on a warrant.
A teenage girl is facing shoplifting charges following a theft at Safeway.
The city is applying for grant funding for a new splash pad to be constructed at a local park.
Two middle school students are facing marijuana possession charges.
Motorists traveling on Interstate 82 tomorrow may need to build a few extra minutes into their schedule.
The public can comment on proposals to charge a fare and change night schedules for Community Connector buses.
Three women are facing third-degree theft charges.
It’s official, Washington State University has a new president.
The City Council is scheduled to swear in a new police officer and amend several ordinances tonight.
The city is requesting bids to replace its water main and valves.
Yakima County is paying Pacific Power $909 to settle a damage claim.