You can help the homeless in Yakima County! Each year Project Homeless Connect provides services like a hot meal, free haircuts, and medical and vision screenings to Yakima County Homeless. Here's how you can help.
As of at least this morning, Sporthaus in Yakima, on Summitview Ave, features a very interesting message on their store sign. The sign reads: "Thank you to the good samaritan who helped us catch the shoplifters."
Brian Gleason from Ulta Lit Technologies, a squad of red-vested Christmas light experts who are trained to help you with those pesky Christmas lights, called in to KIT this morning with a few tips for how to keep your Christmas lights lit throughout the holiday season.
The Washington Traffic Safety Commission recently released the results of a survey titled, "Drivers Attitude, Knowledge and Awareness Survey 2011." The results reveal that 90 percent of drivers believe law enforcement will arrest them for driving drunk and 75 percent believe officers will catch them for driving 8 miles per hour over the speed limit. Two-thirds said they never speed on neighborhood streets.
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