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Toppenish Police Arrest Rape Suspect

Toppenish police say a 30-year-old man is facing charges after he allegedly raped a 19-year-old woman early Tuesday morning.

Police say the woman went into the Toppenish Police Department on Wednesday and said she was the victim of a sexual assault

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Pacific Power Customers Targeted In Phone Scam

Pacific Power is concerned about an ongoing phone scam that targets the company's customers in the Yakima Valley.

Officials say criminals are posing as utility customer service agents trying to get money and steal personal information

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New Post Office Facade Rejected By US Postal Service

The U.S. Postal Service has rejected a proposal to replace the Tieton Post Office's facade with a giant mosaic resembling an historic postage stamp.

The people who proposed the artistic new look for the post office say they're going to keep fighting for their vision

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Three Different Fires In One Afternoon Keep Firefighters Busy

Yakima firefighters were extremely busy on Wednesday after three separate fires started in less than an hour. Fire officials say the fires stretched resources in the heat of the day.

The first was a house fire that was reported at about 2:30 in the 900 Block of Conestoga Boulevard

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Bend Scores 7 in Seventh to Take Game Two

After four straight one-run games, the Yakima Valley Pippins found themselves on the wrong side of a lopsided loss on Wednesday, falling 12-3 at the hands of the Bend Elks.

The Elks (30-8) built a 4-0 lead after four innings, but the Pippins (20-18) made things interesting in the 6th

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Travis Act Would Help Identify People With Disabilities For Police

14th District State Rep. Gina McCabe plans to introduce legislation in 2016 that will create a system to help first responders identify people with disabilities. McCabe says it's called the Travis Alert Act, named after a 10-year-old child from Yakima who has Autism

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Big Fire In Walla Walla Burns One Home

WALLA WALLA, Wash. (AP) — Officials say a wildfire that has burned one home and torched nearly 6 square miles in southeastern Washington was likely human-caused.

Fire spokeswoman Sarah Foster says the cause is under investigation, though officials determined lightning was not the cause

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Texas Trooper Comes Under Fire After Motorist Dies in Jail — But Was the Officer Wrong? [POLL]

HEMPSTEAD, Texas (AP) — Police dashcam video shows a Texas state trooper trying to drag a black motorist from her car after a minor traffic infraction, then drawing his stun gun and threatening her for refusing to follow his orders

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Yakima Police, ATF Search for Suspects and Stolen Guns After Grumpy’s Break-In

Yakima Police Chief Dominic Rizzi says people are cooperating more with police these days, and that helped officers make an arrest and recover weapons stolen from Grumpy's Outdoor Supply Store last Thursday

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Road Work Will Slow Traffic on Fifth Avenue Today, Yakima Officials Say

Summer road work continues in Yakima today, and city officials say your commute could be affected.

"Northbound traffic on Fifth Avenue between Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and Lincoln Avenue has been restricted to a single lane because of road damage that was discovered Tuesday afternoon," a city news release warns

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