Suspects still being sought in two other cases
Two local boys are in custody after they allegedly vandalized a patrol car Sunday.
Arrests made after traffic stop in Sunnyside
Two Pasco men are accused of transporting nearly 2,000 marijuana plants here.
City park, Sheriff’s Office patrol car hit
Gang-related vandalism hit the city twice last weekend.
City may seek to remove second building
A building gutted by fire last year is gone and its neighbor could be next.
Suspect arrested after orchard chase
A local man faces multiple charges after he allegedly assaulted an officer Saturday.
Yakima County declares flood emergency
Yakima County remains under a state of emergency after wind, heavy rain and hail pummeled the area Friday.
A love of the city and community pride were on display Saturday during the annual Spirit of Sunnyside banquet.
Fire leaves area couple homeless
An investigation is under way after a fire left an elderly couple homeless yesterday.
State waives three days for school district
A local School District will have three of its six snow days waived.
Local church hosts workshop
How to respond when customs officials knock on the door or arrive at the work place was the focus of a workshop Wednesday night.
Federal Way closed through at least Monday
A local street will remain closed through at least Monday due to a 14-foot deep sinkhole.
Siblings accused of heist from second dairy
Two Sunnyside residents appeared in Yakima County Superior Court yesterday on charges they stole cattle from a local dairy farm.
There’s still no sign of two inmates who escaped Tuesday from the Yakima County Jail.
Awards season is well under way in the Lower Yakima Valley.
Brother, sister face charges in attempted theft
A Sunnyside brother and sister will be arraigned April 19 after they allegedly broke into a local dairy.
Complete removal will take 2 months
A national fast-food restaurant chain is tearing down its local building to make way for a new and improved one.
Irrigators dealing with pesky critters
With the water season under way, local irrigation districts are dealing with pests that can do serious damage.
Sunnyside event is 6 p.m. on April 12
Three local agencies are partnering for a gang awareness event.
Glitch left door from yard area unsecured
The search is on as of press time for two inmates who escaped the Yakima County Jail yesterday.
School year will end June 16 without waiver
The local school district will wait until after Spring Break to make a decision about seeking a waiver for snow days.
Commissioners to make choice by April 11
Benton County has an interim sheriff, and two other candidates also pursuing the post on a permanent basis.
Company hires police officers for security
Rides, games and food are coming to town for the Sunnyside Spring Carnival.
City Council to review proposal at workshop
The city’s plans to improve Seventh Street could get a boost.
Informant made seven buys in a five-month span
A local man will be arraigned April 14 on accusations he sold heroin multiple times to an informant with Yakima County’s drug task force.
Event part of a regional focus for organizers
About 100 supporters of a national organization expressed support for immigrant rights during a march yesterday.
High school graduation will be June 17
The local School District won’t have to make up five snow days from this past winter.
Company wants to buy three more acres
A local company wants to buy additional acreage from the Port of Sunnyside.
Clerk accused of stealing from Sunnyside
A former City Hall employee will be arraigned April 13 in Yakima County Superior Court on accusations of stealing from city coffers.
Bail set at $30,000 for Mabton man
A local man will be arraigned April 13 after he allegedly led officers on a chase that reached 110 mph.
Yakima man attacked Sunnyside cop
A Yakima man will be arraigned April 13 on charges stemming from a wrong-way crash on Interstate 82.
City Council tables topic until April 11
Residents appear to have mixed feelings on a proposed fireworks ban.
Mayor gains support from Congress
Marijuana, funds for infrastructure and municipal bonds are among the worries Washington cities have about President Donald J. Trump.
City rejects police support guild proposal
It’s back to the drawing board for city officials and a local union.
Some of the group’s initiatives will continue
Job fairs, home improvement and a community garden form the legacy of a local group that will cease to exist Saturday.
Staff evacuated facility after alarm sounded
Workers at a local day care center are breathing a sigh of relief after a natural gas leak scare proved unfounded.
Backhoe operator broke into line
Traffic was stopped and workers at one local office building were told to stay put during a natural gas line break yesterday.
Attorney, radio D.J. expected to participate
A local businesswoman is bringing celebrities to town Saturday for a two-hour program on immigration rights.
Victim not cooperating with deputies
Questions about a shooting that wounded a local man will likely go unanswered because the victim is uncooperative with Yakima County Sheriff’s Office investigators.
Sunnyside man faces domestic violence charges
A man facing multiple criminal charges has resigned from the local Police Department.
City Council to review proposal
The City Council will consider raising monthly water rates by $3 when it meets tonight.
City dealing with third shooting this year
Yakima County Sheriff’s Office deputies are still seeking leads in a shooting that injured a local man Thursday night.
Sunnyside woman among the defendants
Four women appeared in Yakima County Superior Court on Thursday, accused of trying to burn the city jail where they are inmates.
Granger ban would take effect in 2018
The City Council will discuss a possible ban on personal fireworks for the second time in two weeks.
Grower eyes year-round operation
A year-round produce stand is in the works.
Valley residents ask plenty of Taylor, Chandler
What’s the status of charter schools? Will Gov. Jay Inslee seek a sales tax?
1982 SHS grad also faces homicide trial
A former Sunnyside resident is standing trial a second time on charges of third-degree rape and fourth-degree assault.
Deputies investigate death of Toppenish man
A body found last summer on Interstate 82 has been identified as a recent transplant to the Lower Yakima Valley.
Sunnyside police plan review of Russell’s charges
The local police department plans a second internal investigation of an officer facing multiple charges after he was accused of domestic violence.
Forgery, theft undo former pageant winner
A local woman will be arraigned April 4 in Yakima County Superior Court after she allegedly tried to forge a check.
McCabe’s bill seeks to join national trend
A Klickitat County lawmaker’s proposal to address childhood sexual abuse will be featured during a hearing tomorrow.