As coroner pursues other ways to identify remains found on river island, families hope their missing loved one is coming home
As the Yakima County coroner works to identify a body found on an island in the Yakima River a few weeks ago, Trish Monoian waits and hopes, just as she has since October 2013.
Authorities confirmed Friday that remains found in a freezer near Toppenish on July 4 were Rosenda Sophia Strong, who was reported missing last year.
Sentencing of woman who pleaded guilty in ’16 murder case continued for third time, joined with other pending federal case
The sentencing of a woman who pleaded guilty in connection with the March 2016 murder of a Harrah woman has been continued to late October.
A recently released documentary on the crisis of missing and murdered indigenous women in the United States includes the story of a woman who went missing on the Yakama Reservation in early October.
TOPPENISH — Authorities are seeking information about a Toppenish woman who has been missing since early this month.
A 22-year-old man will spend the rest of his life in federal prison for killing a Harrah woman in 2016.
Rosenda Sophia Strong’s 32nd birthday is Tuesday. Her older sister, Cissy Strong Reyes, will be thinking of her, as she has every day since she last saw her on Oct. 2.
Anita Nez had never spoken with a psychic medium before she made an appointment in August 2017. She hoped to connect with her father or her boyfriend and had been thinking again about her niece, Barbara Jean Whitesell, who was 19 when she died in the summer of 1990.
A longtime Yakama Nation educator and activist for missing and murdered indigenous women and girls was honored earlier this month in Seattle.
The sentencing of a woman who pleaded guilty in connection with the March 2016 murder of a Harrah woman has been continued to July.
YAKIMA, Wash. — Kristen Ashlie Windy Cloud knew Felina Metsker as more than just an acquaintance, she said Wednesday.