Toppenish police say a 19-year-old man was shot in his legs early Saturday morning.
Memorial services took place Friday in Wapato for Rosenda Sophia Strong, a mother of four who disappeared on Oct. 2, 2018 and whose remains were found July 4, 2019. She was murdered. FBI continues to investigate.
As police in Yakima and Sunnyside seek clues to what happened to Jennifer Caridad, her family is holding out hope she’s alive.
The Central Washington State Fair opens Friday in Yakima, complete with racing pigs, homemade quilt displays, Xtreme Airdogs and plenty of fair food.
This year's grapes came in smaller because of heat, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing for wine, Yakima Valley growers said. The smaller grapes mean a greater concentration of flavor from the grapes.
The Washington State Patrol has posted an updated list of active cases of missing Indigenous persons, including 25 in Yakima County.
A nonprofit that supports Indigenous communities in the Pacific Northwest is providing grants to Native families that are searching for missing loved ones and promoting awareness of their missing relatives, among other efforts.
The driver of a 2014 Mazda3 was killed Monday morning after crashing into a canal 8 miles west of Mabton, the Washington State Patrol said.
A settlement between Yakima County and an immigrant rights group will result in three elections for county commission seats over the next four years and create one majority Latino district.
U.S. senators confirmed the appointment of a Sunnyside native to the U.S. District Court bench Tuesday.
Yakima historian and writer Jo Miles was honored by the Washington State Historical Society for an article he wrote about Yakima Valley in the 1800s that was published in COLUMBIA Magazine.
A horseback rider found a woman's body in an isolated spot near Parker in Yakima County in 1988. It's a case that's long baffled investigators. Renewed forensic efforts aim to help identify her and her killer.
There are three Yakima County cases in the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System — commonly known as NamUs — of women reported missing from November 1987 to late December 1986, around the estimated time frame Parker Doe was left at the site where she was found.
A Sept. 11 commemoration is planned at the Yakama Veterans Building in Toppenish on Saturday morning. It's one of several event planned around the Yakima Valley to mark the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
The COVID-19 testing site at Yakima Valley College will be open Saturday to make up for two closures this week.
Recent trends and projections indicate salmon will face an uphill battle against hotter temperatures in the years ahead. “This year, we actually had lower Yakima River water temperatures into the 80s,” Bureau of Reclamation project manager Richard Visser said. “Salmon just can’t live in that.”
Toppenish police seek help in finding the shooter in a Tuesday night incident that hospitalized a 31-year-old man.
Known as Parker Doe because she was found near the unincorporated town of Parker, the woman was discovered by a horseback rider on Feb. 16, 1988, close to a dirt road that leads from Parker Bridge Road to the Sunnyside Diversion Dam on the Yakima River.
A driver accused of running a red light in Yakima at high speed and crashing into another vehicle Tuesday night, killing three people, will be booked into jail once he is released from the hospital, authorities said.