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Seahawks Swoop Into Yakima as ’12 Tour’ Rolls Through [VIDEOS]

Yakima’s Performance Park looked more like Hawktown USA Thursday afternoon when the Seattle Seahawks “12 Tour” bus rolled into town. Boom, the mini mascot, members of the Blue Thunder drum line, several of the Sea Gals cheerleading squad, and players Jimmy Staten and Super Bowl hero Chris Matthews held a quick, loud and inspiring rally for Yakima fans.

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The City Of Murals Plans Big 4th Of July Party

If you're planning your 4th of July celebration you may want to include a visit to Toppenish. The City of Murals is holding it's annual 4th of July Parade and Toppenish Pro Western Rodeo next weekend. The parade starts at 11:00 a

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Court Says It’s Ok To Yell At Cops While They Work

SEATTLE (AP) — The Washington Supreme Court has ruled that a citizen has the First Amendment right to call police abusive names and yell profanity while they're investigating a crime.

The court on Thursday threw out the conviction of a juvenile who had yelled at officers while they tried to calm his intoxicated sister

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How To: Here Is the Easy Way to Pair Food + Wine For the Rest of Your Life

This Saturday is the Yakima Uncorked Wine + Food Fest, and a few of our listeners have inquired as to whether there would be someone there to instruct on how to pair food with wines. We have found an easy method to remember for the rest of your life!

    Easy Method To Remember How To Pair Wine + Food:

White Meat= White Wine

Dark Meat= Red Wine

Fish=White Wine

Cheese= All of the Wine

Chocolate= Red Wine

UB40=Red, Red Wine

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Just a few more days remain...WHO ST

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One Dies, Another Injured After Two Pulled From River

One man is dead and another is in a Prosser hospital today after the two were pulled from the Yakima River near Prosser on Wednesday night. Officials with the Prosser Fire Department say the two brothers, both in their 20s, were fishing and swimming in the river near Hess Road between Prosser and Benton City

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Pippins Outlast Applesox in Slugfest

WENATCHEE, Wash. – In a game that took almost four hours and saw 18 runs cross the plate on 31 hits, the Yakima Valley Pippins prevailed over the Wenatchee Applesox Wednesday night by a score of 10-8

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Chunk Of Ice Falls On Moxee Home

Moxee police say a chunk of ice measuring one foot by one foot fell from the sky and into a home Tuesday evening.

Police say this happened at around 5 p.m. on the 600 block of Cascade Ave.

Right now, police think the chunk of ice fell from an airplane flying overhead

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Engineering Work Has Started On Gateway To Yakima

The city of Yakima is ready to spend $11 million to remodel North First Street the official entrance to the city. City Manager Tony O'Rourke says engineering work is underway. He says the physical changes will happen early in 2016

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Fire Officials Say No Leak Was Found At Fruit Company

A suspected ammonia leak at monson fruit in Selah Tuesday turned out to be nothing. Selah Fire Department officials say they found no chemical leaks at the facility. 37 employees were taken to a Yakima hospital to be checked out after they say they felt symptoms inhaling a toxic chemical

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Governor Says Kennewick Man Should Be Returned

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Gov. Jay Inslee has sent a letter requesting that the remains of "Kennewick Man" be returned to Native American tribes.

Inslee's letter was sent Tuesday to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

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