Freezing fog predicted for Grandview east, snow expected from Sunnyside west
Freezing fog, winter weather advisories in effect until 4 p.m. Saturday.
Traffic detoured at Factory and Sheller roads
Sunnyside Congressman Dan Newhouse voted Friday to repeal the Affordable Care Act, known as “Obamacare.”
Postal workers are asking residents to clear sidewalks and mailbox areas for delivery carriers.
With temperatures expected to top 40 degrees by Wednesday, a Washington State University meteorologist is predicting localized flooding.
A legislative task force recommended lawmakers amend the statute protecting law enforcement officers from prosecution if they use deadly force.
Two Lower Yakima Valley students are among the first three winners of this year’s Heritage University’s Soar Merit Scholarship.
The Yakima Valley Genealogy Society will learn about Civil War guns and history at its 11:30 a.m. meeting Jan. 21.
Yakima Valley College’s veterinary technology and automotive service technology open house is 4-7 p.m., Feb. 2.
The registration deadline for the next session of “Strong Families” classes has been extended until Jan. 23, due to a late start because of the weather conditions.
Washington State University Alumni Association is accepting nominations for the university’s alumni award.
A Miss Grandview scholarship program informational meeting is 7 p.m. Wednesday in Grandview High School library, 1601 W. Fifth St.
Retailers hard-pressed to keep supplies in stock
Snow shovels are flying off the shelves at area stores at breakneck speed, leaving many shoppers empty-handed.
Many districts yet to figure out make-up days
Summer vacation may be delayed for students this year, thanks to snow days that will have to be made up.
Dog rescued, another dies in massive fire
What started out as a call for a possible propane fire Friday evening turned into a massive blaze that destroyed an automobile repair and parts complex at 181 Factory Road.