Dutch Bros. donates sales to crash victims
A local business is helping a loyal customer by turning over proceeds from an entire day’s sales.
Rate is up for eighth graders using pot
One area school district is seeing an increase in impaired driving among students, while another is making inroads.
After nearly 12 years with The Daily Sun, I am beginning a new chapter elsewhere here in the Yakima Valley.
Prosser aid crews helped at scene
Benton County officials today are investigating a fatal crash involving a truck trailer and train.
School districts making inroads in other areas
One area school district is seeing an increase in the number of students who use electronic cigarettes, also known as e-cigarettes.
More than 1,000 expected for event
The city’s Centennial Square at Sixth Street and Edison Avenue will be packed from 5-10 p.m. Saturday for the third annual Summer Ale Fest.
Grandview numbers show room for growth
The local school district is making progress in addressing student depression.
Fundraiser brings in more than $3,475
Area businesses and residents contributed $3,475.74 to help eight children whose mother was slain earlier this month allegedly by their father.
His girlfriend is accused of beating victim
A local man is on his way to Yakima County Jail on allegations he raped a child.
Port of Sunnyside inks land deal
A Western Washington company will bring 200 jobs to the area and invest $25 million in the community.
Community forums planned for projects
Four months after voters overwhelmingly approved a bond measure, School District officials will take another step today towards new construction.
Event is 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday
The local Police Department will join dairy industry officials and the local cemetery manager to raise money and collect clothing Sunday for eight Granger children who are without their parents.
Brown: “Heart sick” about election results
The local Congressman has his first opponent for the 2018 election.
Woman filed guilty plea last month
Sentencing will be delayed for a former Housel Middle School teacher.
Congressman concerned about security
The local Congressman is still in shock over a shooting rampage yesterday that critically wounded a colleague.
They’ll be allowed, but with a catch
Personal fireworks will still be permitted in the city limits.
Police: Suspects caught leaving victim’s house
A local man appeared in Yakima County Superior Court yesterday after he allegedly broke into a home.
The city’s police officers guild has a new contract.
Town coming to terms with claims against pastor
Area residents are still in shock over a local priest’s dismissal following allegations of sexual abuse.
Police: Incidents gang-related
Police are still seeking leads in a pair of gang-related shootings two weeks apart.
Priest accused of sexual abuse of a minor
A local parish priest has been removed due to allegations of sexual abuse.
Voyeurism took place during graduation
A Grandview man is accused of taking pictures and videos underneath girls skirts during Sunnyside High School’s graduation ceremony Friday night.
Agency: Severe weather caused berm breach
A local dairy did not violate state policy when a berm on its property failed in February and flooded much of the community.
Police: Cases related to Tri-Cities robbery spree
A suspect in multiple Tri-Cities robberies in custody today is also believed to be responsible for two armed robberies here.
Fire also claims general store
One home and a historic, although abandoned, general store are both gone due to a fire.
For most of the school’s 400-plus seniors, today is one they’ve anticipated for 13 years, walking with their class on graduation night.
Police: crimes may be connected
Police are looking for leads in armed robberies at two local stores yesterday.
Somer began work on June 1
A college’s local campus is getting a new leader.
Franz touts state, rural partnership
A state official came to listen. Area officials and farmers took her up on the offer.
Community outreach approved
City Council districts will not be changed.
Husband is being held on $1 million bail
A local man is being held on $1 million bail after he was accused of homicide in his wife’s death.
Statewide tour includes stop in Paterson
The city will be a featured stop today for a state official touting rural partnerships.
Tour planned this Friday after industry lunch
A remodel two years in the making could wrap up tomorrow.
Utility officials are exploring options after a squirrel knocked out power to 6,418 local customers for more than 10 hours on Sunday.
Apartment was not target of gang shooting
Two reports of gunfire on Saturday were related.
Detectives seek weapon used in homicide
A local woman died from blunt force trauma to the head.
Buyer was from out-of-state
The longtime owners of a local dairy have sold their farm to an out-of-state buyer.
Autopsy set for today in woman’s death
Officials hope to learn today how a local man allegedly killed his wife Friday or Saturday.
Gang-related incident second in two weeks
Police are investigating the city’s second gang-related shooting in as many weeks.
Much of the city was without power for more than 10 hours yesterday after a squirrel knocked out the substation on Sixth Street.
A local man appeared in Yakima County Superior Court on Friday after he allegedly tried to avoid arrest and was tased.
Four cases confirmed in two schools
Two local elementary schools are dealing with cases of Pertussis, also known as whooping cough.
Hope Cafe makes a stop in Granger
Former prison inmates, community members and state officials are searching for common ground to keep offenders from returning to jail.
Man deemed armed and dangerous
The hunt is on in the Lower Yakima Valley for a drive-by shooting suspect.
SVID seeks answers for breach
The clean-up continues, as does the search for answers, in the wake of a canal break yesterday.
Well failure prompts precaution
Residents are being urged to boil their tap water for five minutes before they drink it.
Perales to serve 10 days under house arrest
The police chief will serve 10 days under house arrest for lying during a court proceeding.
Lower Yakima Valley honors ‘heroic dead’
The Lower Yakima Valley remembered America’s ‘heroic’ dead yesterday at Memorial Day Services in Outlook, Sunnyside, Grandview and Mabton.
The history books tell us that in the early 1970s Secretary of State Henry Kissinger engaged in what was called “shuttle diplomacy” as he made a series of stops in the Middle East in an effort to broker peace.
FBI, police seek public’s help in robbery case
A federal agency is helping the Police Department in the search for two suspects who robbed the local US Bank branch, 110 Main St.