A Zillah man is being held in lieu of $100,000 bail after a woman said he lured her over to his home and raped her Monday.
Treyvin John’s special day started early, with a breakfast for family and friends. Then it was time to arrange the gifts inside the White Swan Indian Shaker Church on the Yakama Reservation.
Justice, a Labrador retriever, grew up learning how to detect the smells associated with human remains. He alerts searchers to a location, or rules out the possibility.
Sonya Dominguez put an arm around Liz Hilderbrand as they stood near a dirt road just off U.S. Highway 97 south of Toppenish on Saturday morning.
A 3-year-old girl died after she was run over by a tractor at a Lower Valley farm Friday.
Shari Dee Sampson Elwell enjoyed making people laugh. She was a slow cook, but a good one. Her meals were worth waiting for.
A new task force within the Washington attorney general’s office will assess causes behind the high rate of disappearances and murders of Indigenous women.
When Hanna Harris didn’t come home after joining friends at Fourth of July festivities in Lame Deer, Mont., in 2013, it soon became clear that something was wrong.
TOPPENISH — An hourlong gathering is planned Wednesday afternoon for the national day of awareness for missing and murdered Indigenous women. The location was changed Tuesday, but the start time is the same.
Sunnyside began accepting applications for yard sale permits Monday, the city announced.
A suspicious fire destroyed a vacant doublewide mobile home early Friday morning near Grandview.
A 20-year-old Wishram man was killed and three others were hospitalized in a crash Thursday afternoon south of Toppenish, according to the Washington State Patrol.
For the second consecutive year, a radio program highlighting the rights of immigrants will take the place of the annual immigration march typically held May 1 in Yakima.
A 62-year-old man wounded in a December drive-by shooting in the Sunnyside area has died, investigators said.
May 5 is a national day of awareness for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Families, tribes, organizations and advocates will remember them in online and in-person events leading up to May 5, on that day and throughout May.
Yakima County Sheriff Bob Udell told community members Tuesday evening that two forces are responsible for the growth of violent crime in the White Swan area: drugs and gangs.
The trial of a man accused of running over and killing a 17-year-old girl on the Yakama reservation has been postponed until June 21.
Robyn Shortt Peery remembers the last time she saw her older sister, Susan Libby Marable. Peery was living in Aberdeen then, and Marable traveled from Yakima to see her family on Easter weekend 1991.
A newFacebook group aims to help identify people featured in a photo collection documenting the lives of Latino and Indigenous farmworkers in the Yakima Valley.