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Fall’s a Good Time for Home Sales, Real Estate Broker Says

A Yakima real estate broker says now is as good as time as any to sell your home -- especially if it's under $200,000.

"That's a really hot market for sellers right now," Cory Beemis with Yakima's Creekside Realty tells KIT News

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Repaving Work May Affect Your Drive On Yakima Avenue

A three-block section of Yakima Avenue will be closed to all traffic for a good portion of the day Monday while crews repair and repave the street. Yakima Avenue between 19th and 22nd avenues will be closed from 9 a

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Friday Night Lights: Here’s the High School Football Schedule for Sept. 26

 

Here's where your favorite high school football team will be playing this week!

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Citizens Climate Lobby Using Fair to Reach Out

The group Citizens Climate Lobby is talking about climate change in the Ag building at this year's Central Washington State Fair.

Spokesperson Alex Amonette says they lobby congress to enact a revenue neutral carbon fee and dividend to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and stimulate the economy

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Fairy Tale Finish for Jeter — He Knocks in the Game-Winner in His Final Home Game

NEW YORK (AP) -- The perfect script.

Derek Jeter capped his Yankee Stadium farewell with a game-winning single in the bottom of the ninth inning, the latest - and perhaps last - storybook moment in his charmed and illustrious career, to give New York a 6-5 victory Thursday night over the Baltimore Orioles

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Mariners Take Toronto, Keep Playoff Hopes Flickering

TORONTO (AP) -- Logan Morrison hit two home runs, Mike Zunino also connected and the Seattle Mariners kept their faint playoff hopes alive, beating the Toronto Blue Jays 7-5 Thursday.

Morrison hit a three-run blast off Todd Redmond in the fourth and added a solo shot off Aaron Loup (4-4) in the sixth as the Mariners avoided a four-game sweep and snapped a five-game losing streak

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Starting A Business? Here’s Your Chance To Get A Head Start

Attention Yakima entrepreneurs, you have until October 10th to get signed up for the 5th annual Enterprise Challenge. Its a business plan contest sponsored by New Vision, Yakima counties' development association and the Kittitas County Chamber of Commerce

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Rain Helping To Make Your Camping Trip More Enjoyable

The various campfire bans that have been in effect in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest were lifted early this morning,” said Keith Satterfield, fire management officer for the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.  This means th

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Deliberations Start in Yakima River Canyon Murder Trial

Jury deliberations will continue Friday in the murder trial of Marco Gallegos who's accused of killing two men in the Yakima River Canyon.

The fate of Macro Gallegos is in the hands of the jury

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Police Release Photos of Robbery Suspect

Yakima Police have released two photographs of a man who they say robbed the Chase Bank on North 40th Avenue on Tuesday, and they are hoping the public can help identify him.

Bank employees told police that the man entered the bank around 4:30 p

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