Police arrested six individuals on Monday and Tuesday, including three people in custody for driving violations.
Eric St. John was sworn Monday as a new officer in the Prosser Police Department.
Judy Rodriguez had only three children to worry about before she began her new job as The Daily Sun circulation specialist Friday.
There were threats on social media Wednesday that appeared to be targeting schools in Mabton and Sunnyside.
The Yakima Housing Authority’s latest housing project for seasonal migrant farm workers is taking shape on the northwest slope of Cherry Hill, overlooking the town of Granger and the valley.
Asking about residency, ties to David Rand
A coalition of former Sunnyside City Council members, City Commissioners and residents asked the current City Council Monday evening to seek a legal opinion on a potential conflict of interest regarding newly elected member John Henry.
Construction is under way on the apartments Paul and Julie Almanza planned last year for the southwest slope of Cherry Hill.
An emotionally powerful, poignant “Empty Photo Project,” created by Washington State University Tri-Cities student Susana Butterworth, will be on display from Jan. 12 to Feb. 8 in the WSU Tri-Cities Art Gallery.
Councilwoman becomes city’s first female mayor
Seeking ways to serve her community wherever she lives has been a life goal for the new mayor. Julia Hart, 65, was selected as the city’s mayor Monday night.
Hispanic artist’s work to appear on “Madam Secretary”
Sunnyside High School alum Consuelo Soto Murphy’s art will be a part of the interiors of a national Sunday night television show beginning Jan. 14.
Ostrom Mushroom Farms, normally associated with western Washington, will soon be known as a Yakima Valley Company.
Raul Robles, right, has opened a new auto mechanics shop in Sunnyside, taking over the former High Tech Auto Repair building at 807.5 Scoon Road.
Car hits two pedestrians, killing one man and injuring his adult son
A man was killed, and his son was injured early last evening when a car struck both of them as they walked along Roza Drive in the 1400 block.
Sunnyside man also did Survivor, Ninja Warrior
When Trent Eaton makes it home for the holidays, it’s a time to relax after weeks of globetrotting.
The first City Council meeting of the year started with a challenge of the validity of newcomer John Henry.