A Toppenish man has been charged with second-degree murder in connection with the shooting death of his father Saturday morning outside Toppenish.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Stressing again the physical and sexual violence Native women have suffered for decades, members of a Senate committee unanimously passed legislation created to combat the epidemic of murdered and missing indigenous women.
Nearly $120,000 in grant funding will improve 20 of the 218 railroad crossings throughout Yakima County to make things safer for drivers and pedestrians.
A Union Gap man charged with attempted first-degree murder in connection with a 2013 robbery is now in custody.
A Corvallis, Ore., man is accused of taking a 1-year-old girl from a woman he had met on an online dating app, Sunnyside police said.
SUNNYSIDE, Wash. — The Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic and Astria Sunnyside Hospital will have a baby shower for Sunnyside-area moms-to-be Wednesday, according to a news release.
A 20-year-old man accused of shooting and killing his father made a preliminary appearance Monday in Yakima County Superior Court.
In early March 1934, a community leader said he would donate $80,000 to build a home for the Yakima Young Women’s Christian Association. From comments Alexander Miller made years later, he never regretted it.
Outlook-based Spring Canyon Ranch has settled with two environmental groups that alleged its dairy operations had polluted local drinking water.
Julia Hart and Mike Farmer are tied in their Sunnyside City Council race, as are council candidates Tony Guzman and Frances Ayres in Wapato.
Children’s Village will receive state funding to expand in-home visits for first-time Yakama Nation mothers through its Nurse Family Partnership program.
A fourth-year medical student at the Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences has received the annual scholarship given in memory of a longtime Prosser doctor.
Wapato’s former city clerk-treasurer plans to file a wrongful termination lawsuit against the city that requests more than $1.5 million in damages.
A countywide burn ban has been downgraded to allow the use of certified fuel burning heating devices, air quality officials announced Friday.
Two armed men are on the loose after a robbery at a mini mart outside of Wapato last night. The Yakima County Sheriff's office says the robbers tied up workers at the Big Wolf mini mart on Highway 97. They came in around 7:20 p.m., wearing bandanas on their faces and dark hooded sweatshirts.…
Sunnyside police arrested a 23-year-old Sunnyside man they say stole a motor vehicle, hit the vehicle’s owner with it and then struck a school bus on Oct. 28.
Veterans Day events are planned throughout the weekend up and down the Yakima Valley, including the annual parade through downtown Yakima.
An effort to identify Lower Valley drinking wells contaminated with nitrates is encouraging Lower Valley residents to have their wells tested.
A 41-year-old White Swan man is accused of leading Yakama Nation Tribal officers on a short chase that ended in Toppenish Wednesday afternoon, according to the Yakima County sheriff’s office.
Many incumbents came out on top Tuesday in races for leadership roles in cities throughout the Yakima Valley, according to initial ballot counts.