Sunnyside plans downtown parking change

Post office plan could begin in August

Soon, the city will require parallel parking in front of the post office.

Wage, gun initiatives gain support

Backers withdraw bathroom bill

An initiative to raise the state’s minimum wage is the first to meet a signature-gathering deadline.

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Offering aid in an emergency

Gloria Donan shares information with Sunnyside firefighter/paramedic Tucker Walker yesterday afternoon about a crash in the Safeway parking lot.

Sunnyside man faces rape, burglary charges

A Sunnyside man faces second-degree burglary and third-degree rape charges after breaking into a girl’s room on Outlook Road yesterday morning.

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Easy does it around the curve

City of Sunnyside crews direct traffic around work on Sunnyside Avenue.

Newhouse outpaces Didier in campaign funding

Incumbent boasts 600-to-1 ratio advantage

With a month before the primary, Congressman Dan Newhouse of Sunnyside is building a war chest advantage.

Local makes plea deal

Grandview woman faced drug charges

A local woman will serve 20 months in prison after pleading guilty to possessing drugs with the intent to sell them.

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Wrecking crew hits Carnation plant

Plans call for preserving water tower

Demolition crews are tearing into the former Carnation plant this week.

Trial begins for Sunnyside native

Former Pasco officer faces rape charge

Jury selection is under way for a Sunnyside native charged with third-degree rape.

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Yakima man dies in crash

Vehicle flipped and caused a brush fire

A 23-year-old Yakima man is dead today as a result of a crash yesterday that started a wildfire.

Sunnyside to review hospital zoning request

Planning Commission to seek comment

The city’s Planning Commission wants to hear from residents about the hospital’s expansion plans.

Prosser man’s death under investigation

Benton County Sheriff’s detectives are investigating a 61-year-old man’s death.

Bail set in burglary, chase case

Suspect faces arraignment on July 19

A Yakima man must post $25,000 to be released after leading officers on a high-speed chase Monday morning.

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Vineyards have an eye in the sky

People may notice a small, unmanned helicopter flying over local vineyards this summer.

Five injured, two charged

Five people were injured, two of them facing charges, after a series of crashes in the Lower Yakima Valley.