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Sidney Rice Signs One-Year Deal With Seattle

After only being away from the team for less than two months, wide receiver Sidney Rice just couldn't stay away from Seattle.

After being cut on Feb. 28, Sidney Rice agreed today to a one-year deal that is reportedly worth more than the veteran minimum

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Poll Shows Yakima Residents Don’t Feel Safe

Barely half of Yakima-area residents feel safe walking alone at night, according to a new survey -- the 51.3 percent who reported feeling secure in 2012-13 was the second-lowest percentage among 189 metro areas that Gallup and Healthways surveyed.

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Mariners Shut Out By Texas, Call up Franklin

The Seattle Mariners were shut out for the second time this year, losing 5-0 to the Texas Rangers Tuesday night.  Prince Fielder and Kevin Kouzmanoff hit back-to-back homers off loser Blake Beaven (0-1) in the second inning

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Helmet Cam Shows Just How Brutal Football Really Is [VIDEO]

Football is a violent game. You don't even need to be a fan to know that. But it's tough to fully appreciate just how violent is. Until now.

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Investigation Under Way for Two Early Tuesday Fires

Two fires in Yakima early Tuesday morning are under investigation.

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Meals on Wheels Program Holding Fundraiser

The Meals on Wheels program, which serves about 900 people in Yakima, is trying to deal with a $26,000 federal funding cut this year.

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Sidney Rice Cleared to Play… Should the Seahawks Bring Him Back? [POLL]

Wide Receiver Sidney Rice has been medically cleared to resume playing after suffering a knee injury last season. Should the Seahawks bring him back?

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Yakima County Will Invest $1.8 Million to Help City Develop Mill Site

Yakima County commissioners agreed Tuesday to invest $1.8 million to help the city of Yakima develop the old mill site along Interstate 82.

"It is $900,000 in a grant and it is $900,000 in a loan,” explained county finance director Craig Warner

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Officer and Suspect ID’d In Weekend Shooting

The Yakima Police officer involved in last weekend’s fatal shooting on a freeway on-ramp has been identified as a nine-year veteran of the force. Thirty-three-year-old Ira Gavin is currently assigned to the traffic enforcement unit

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Car Chase Ends with Fatal Shooting

A 24-year-old man is dead and a Yakima Police officer is on administrative leave after a shooting Saturday night following a car chase.

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