Several years ago, the Sunnyside Police Department launched a partnership with a new community information service designed to deliver important information to residents using the latest technology. The service, created by Nixle, LLC delivers trustworthy and timely neighborhood-level public safety and community event notifications by web, e-mail, and text me
Introduce your child to the sport of fishing guided by experts and volunteers. The Yakima Kids’ Fish-In takes place Saturday, April 28, at Reflection Pond in Sarg Hubbard Park. Fishing times are from 9:00 a
A special shredding event is planned on April 28, at the credit union on 401 Tieton Drive. Bring your outdated financial records including bank statements, checks, credit card statements, and other items that contain personal and financial information
Tuesday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., 24th Avenue between Nob Hill Boulevard and Bonnie Doone Avenue will be closed for asphalt patching. Traffic restrictions will also be in effect for 25th Avenue between Nob Hill and Bonnie Doone and along Bonnie Doone between 24th Avenue and 25th Avenue
Average retail gasoline prices in Yakima have fallen 2.0 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $4.02 per gallon on Sunday. This compares with the national average that has fallen 4.2 cents per gallon in the last week to $3.85
An investigation continues after a five-year-old Yakima boy was struck by a vehicle on Saturday at 12:00 p.m. Yakima Police say it happened at an apartment complex in the 800 block of North 6th Avenue. A man was backing his vehicle in the parking
On State Route 823, a 22-year-old Selah woman was killed and another seriously injured in a crash early Sunday morning. State patrol troopers say Angelica Lavon McClellan was driving North in the Southbound lanes at Golf Course Loop when she collided head-on with a tractor trailer
Democratic candidate for governor and former Yakima resident Jay Inslee will tour Pacific NW University of Health Sciences Monday at 3:45 p.m. Inslee is running against state Attorney General Rob McKenna for the governor post
Dania Suarez, 24-year-old single mom, says an agent offered her $28 for an $800 service. Her complaint is the match that touched off the explosive secret service “hooker scandal." Nine military servicemen and 11 Secret Service agents, including the three already sacked, are under investigation for hiring 20 or 21 prostitutes in Cartagena last week when they were supposed to be preparing for President Barack Obama’s April 13 arrival at a regional summit
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