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.
Interim leader replaces Bryce Humpherys
The local community college campus has a new dean.
Perales still facing two charges
Criminal charges against a local police chief still stand.
More than 100 residents from a dozen local churches march through downtown Sunnyside on Saturday afternoon for what organizers called a display of unity and peace.
Sunnyside Senior Center hosted its annual Casino Night Friday.
Three suspects to be tried separately
Police may charge others involved in the rape of a drunken girl last month.
Teacher’s child porn trial now set for Nov. 14
A former Granger elementary school teacher has been indicted on a sixth federal child pornography charge.
Home economic entries down
The 87th annual Yakima Valley Fair and Rodeo wrapped up Saturday night and the early reviews are positive.
Thousands without power for 4 hours
One curious squirrel knocked out power to 6,389 local customers for more than four hours today.
Texas man wants to donate dogs
It’s been nearly a year since the Police Department’s K-9 officer was shot and killed, and the department is looking at reviving the program.
Open house Monday for Amber Hills
A makeover nine months in the works will debut Monday.
Event coincides with fair and rodeo activities
Thousands of spectators crowded the streets downtown last night to take in the Grandview Community Parade.
As many as 150 possible for Saturday walk
Sixteenth Street will be closed for a few hours tomorrow for a street march.
City plans to charge as much as $500 weekly
The city is cracking down on code violations, threatening repeat offenders with weekly fines of as much as $500.