City expects 400-700 for Pokemon Go
Pokemon Go enthusiasts will have plenty of encouragement to “catch’em all” tonight when the city hosts its first-ever event for the popular app.
Workers persevere through 100-degree heat yesterday to pour concrete for a fire lane at the nearly completed Washington Elementary School building along Ninth Street.
Cops say local sent meth to inmates
Officers are requesting 15 charges against a local man, who allegedly mailed methamphetamine-laced postcards to a state prison.
Two charged with robbery in Sunnyside
Two teenagers are in custody this morning facing robbery and assault charges.
A makeshift mud volleyball court took shape last Saturday night after the Yakima Valley Rodeo in Grandview.
Sunnyside Christian, Mabton, Zillah and Grandview kick off the 2016-17 school year
Summer will end for most Lower Yakima Valley school districts next week.
City of Sunnyside employee Ivan Mendoza cuts up the pavement around a sink hole yesterday that has formed recently on Sixth Street near Franklin Avenue.
Deadline is today to apply for vacant post
Three residents have thrown their hat into the ring to replace a city councilman who recently resigned.
City staff needed to rescue fire truck
The Fire Department is used to rescuing residents.
Mayor joins request for review
The mayor and city council want the federal Department of Justice to investigate the city’s officer-involved shooting.
Crash knocks out electricity in Grandview
The power is back on today for 238 Pacific Power customers without electricity yesterday.
Benton County victim first in state this year
An elderly woman is the first in the state this year to die from West Nile virus.
Cops say Sunnyside boy lied to officers
A local teen is recovering from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, but he may also face criminal charges for allegedly lying to police.
Electricity was out for seven hours yesterday
Power is fully restored to city residents and business.
Cowboys and livestock took center arena Friday and Saturday night as the Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo entertained thousands.