Tree blossoms brighten a Sunnyside neighborhood on Grandview Avenue, providing a contrast to an old vehicle stored underneath.
Spring blooms and March winds create a burst of color over Sunnyside’s Jerry Taylor Veterans Memorial Plaza just in time for the expected arrival of more granite walls this week.
Prosecutors are waiting for documents involving a reported statutory rape case.
Teen has a history of 20 discipline issues
A student is facing emergency expulsion after making verbal threats to harm a school staff member.
Board to review at April 20 meeting
School district staff is split on whether staff should be allowed to carry firearms on campus.
A woman is recovering today after being choked in an incident that landed a Sunnyside man in jail.
A Mustang ends up in landscaping rocks at the corner of Allen Road and Chuckar Lane following a crash in Sunnyside this morning.
Sanders sweeps Lower Valley
From Granger to Prosser, Democrats turned out in droves to caucus Saturday.
Workers seek more than $500,000 in damages
The mayor, city administrator and city are named in a lawsuit seeking $550,000 in damages.
Program raises more than $3,400 for Children’s Village
Families seeking services at Children’s Village in Yakima have a little less to worry about.
The final Miss Grandview candidate for this year admits she’s pretty much the “sporty one.”
Permanent drug drop-off programs are in the works for a local non-profit organization.
Police forward case to county prosecutor
Police are investigating a rape reported at Granger Middle School.
Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders rallies Democrats
More than 7,000 raucous Sen. Bernie Sanders supporters rocked the Yakima Valley SunDome last night as the presidential hopeful brought his socialistic views to Central Washington.
Improvements to the city’s swimming pool are still anticipated for this summer.