Astria Health has opened four drive-thru clinics for flu shots.
Those who want Virginia Mason Memorial to split with Virginia Mason over concerns about access to local care made their case to hospital board members Thursday.
Two Sunnyside brothers are charged with multiple counts of first-degree assault after a drive-by shooting that prosecutors said endangered school staff and students.
Grandview is ready to release a second round of small business grants to help with the transition into Phase 2 of the state’s reopening plan.
An in-person status conference is set next week for the two men accused in the killings of five people in the Lower Yakima Valley in early June 2019.
A missing nuclear meter was found and safely recovered Monday, according to the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office.
PROSSER, Wash. — In a story October 20, 2020, about a Washington state request for federal disaster relief because of widespread widlfires in September, The Associated Press erroneously reported the state had asked that a destroyed, 100-year-old bridge across the Yakima River near Prosser be…
The extensive real estate holdings of well-known Tieton resident who died suddenly about a year ago are being sold online, with a bid deadline of Oct. 28 for the first auction.
The Washington State Auditor’s Office is starting its routine accountability and financial audit of Wapato city government.
A student at West Valley High School and a recent graduate of Whitman College are the winners of an essay contest held in conjunction with the inaugural Justice William O. Douglas Award and Banquet.
LaDon Linde, Autumn Torres and Jim Restucci were the top three candidates chosen Wednesday night by the local Republican Party to replace the late Norm Childress on the Yakima County Board of Commissioners.
A high-wind warning Tuesday afternoon and late evening that included the Yakima Valley spurred at least one travel restriction and caused small clusters of power outages, with winds predicted to continue Wednesday.
A dinner fundraiser supporting the Grand Columbia Boy Scouts of America will be held later this month in Sunnyside and Union Gap.
Further reopening the local economy remains paramount for two Republican candidates vying for the Board of Yakima County Commissioners in District 1.
This year’s irrigation shutoffs for the Yakima Valley start Oct. 12 and run through at least Oct. 20.
Three environmental groups accusing a Lower Valley dairy of contaminating groundwater are now backing off.
Yakama Nation officials received $400,000 from the U.S. Justice Department to assist crime victims.
The annual Yakima Valley Libraries customer satisfaction survey is underway, with some of the questions reflecting the unusual nature of 2020.
Halloween planning is underway in the Yakima Valley, with decorations going up on private homes and in public places. It won’t look the same this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, with a quiet Barge-Chestnut neighborhood the most obvious difference.
A Moxee woman was injured Friday night when she was struck by a car while walking across U.S. Highway 97 Friday night.