At the request of Kennewick, Washington Police Department, an AMBER Alert has been activated in Oregon for a 14-year old female last seen December 4, 2013, getting into a vehicle and believed to be in the company of a 19-year old male. Kennewick Police Department believes the female was abducted, is endangered and may be enroute to Mexico.
DAYTON — A Dayton High School student has been charged for threatening to bomb the school.
WALLA WALLA — Cold weather is putting a freeze on the annual Macy’s Parade of Lights scheduled for this weekend.
WALLA WALLA — An event custom-made to celebrate the “Stars of the Valley” paid tribute to a pair of classics Wednesday night.
WALLA WALLA – A 69-year-old Walla Walla man was taken to a local hospital Wednesday after a three-vehicle collision at the Clinton Street intersection with State Route 12.
Advocates say the Valley’s current weather puts street people at risk.
Board members are Marchand Hovrud, Steve Martin, Tamara Fritze, David Bailey and Joe Huether. With Martin absent Wednesday, the board:
The annual Holiday Barrel Tasting offers a relaxed, festive way to sample local wines.
Officials granted a rate increase for electricity, but not as much as the company wanted.
Information is compiled by the Union-Bulletin staff from the official logs and records of area law enforcement and emergency service agencies.
WALLA WALLA — The City Council passed a 2014 budget that includes a 1.8 percent increase in general fund expenses over 2013, or roughly $455,050 more in spending.
Potential retailers would sell brands like ‘Lucious Leaf’ and ‘Dynamite Relief’.
WALLA WALLA — Street crews have completed the second round of leaf pick-ups on Friday’s garbage collection route and are now working Monday’s route, the city announced this morning.
Umatilla County's records office is entering the digital age. The board of county commissioners Wednesday in Pendleton voted 3-0 to approve a contract with Simplifile, a company based in Provo, Utah, so the office could record and receive documents electronically.
WALLA WALLA — For the 14th year in a row, area law enforcement officers will help underprivileged families at the “Cops & Kids” shopping event on Dec. 14 at the College Place Walmart.
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