All but one occupant in five vehicles involved in an early morning crash on the Mabton Bridge escaped injury this morning.
The 1960s was a time filled with change.
A benefit dinner and silent auction to benefit a local man suffering with Stage 4 colon cancer will be held at Sun Valley Elementary School, 1220 N. 16th St., tomorrow at 6 p.m.
Members of the Sunnyside Municipal Airport Advisory Board want a new airport sign.
The Nuestra Casa English as a Second Language classes have grown so much in the past years the organization has hired three new teachers to help those wanting to learn English.
Rogelio Casillas-Garcia, 27, is scheduled for a hearing on charges of animal cruelty in municipal court on Jan. 21, 2016.
Due to this morning’s dense fog, the city’s work on the traffic lights at the intersection of East Edison Avenue and Yakima Valley Highway was delayed.
Leticia Garcia (R) receives boxes of food supplies yesterday for clients served by the Sunnyside-based non-profit agency, Lower Valley Crisis and Support Services.
It was a night for of a job well done and a time to relax as supporters of the 88 year-old Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo gathered for its annual dinner and fundraiser.
A dual language grant from the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction has been awarded to the school district.
Motorists may experience traffic delays tomorrow at the intersection of Yakima Valley and East Edison Avenue due to traffic signal maintenance.
The combination of high winds yesterday and heavy rains overnight wreaked havoc on local foliage and power customers alike.
City Council members hope to enhance several properties they consider eyesores in the community.
A farmer on Factory Road burned harvest debris Thursday morning at the intersection of Ferson Road, sending flames and a smoke plume high into the air.
Though the decision was made a month ago, farmers in the Roza Irrigation District are still divided on a plan to construct a $58 million emergency temporary floating pump plant at Lake Kachess.