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School Board Unanimously Approves Renovations for Zaepfel Stadium

After years of debate, and community frustration, the Yakima School Board has committed up to $4.5 million dollars to renovate the school districts Zaepfel Stadium. The school board unanimously voted to move forward with the first phase of renovations

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Dude Lifting Record 1,155 Pounds Makes Strong People Look Weak [VIDEO]

You'll forgive this guy if he feels like he's carrying the weight of the world.

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City Votes Against Billboard Ban During Busy Meeting

After more than a year of moratoriums, Yakima's city council decided against a ban on new billboards Tuesday.

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WSU Fires Basketball Coach Ken Bone

Washington State has fired men's basketball coach Ken Bone after five seasons during which he was unable to sustain the success of his predecessor Tony Bennett.

Washington State athletic director Bill Moos announced the firing Tuesday

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Davis High Gets Grant for Arts Project

The Washington Arts Commission has given Davis High School an $80,000 grant to acquire art for it's renovated campus.  The funding comes from a program, enacted by the 1974 State Legislature, which requires 1/2 of 1 percent  of the cost of a public building project to be dedicated to public art

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Yakima Contingent Lobby in D.C.

A team from the city of Yakima will be lobbying lawmakers in Washington D.C. next week.

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Cardinal George Cancels Trip to Yakima

Cardinal Francis George of Chicago, a former Bishop of the Yakima Diocese, who had planned to come to  Yakima this week for two public events, has canceled
his visit after developing an infection

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Moxee Lifts Pot-Growing Ban

Unlike Yakima to the west, the city of Moxee has lifted its ban on growing recreational marijuana.

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Gas Prices Continue to Rise

Average retail gasoline prices in Yakima have risen one cent per gallon in the past week, averaging $3.51 per gallon, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 91 gas outlets in Yakima.

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Suspect Involved Friday Night Chase Arrested

A man who was involved in a officer shooting and car chase that ended up on East Yakima Avenue was arrested Saturday night.

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