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Senator Murray Writes Anti-Gang Language Into Spending Bill That Should Benefit Yakima

 

The senator said she wrote the language into the bill to make sure that communities like Yakima will get the federal help they need to fight gang activity.

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Living Outside Hoping For Your Donations

It's called Operation Tin Cup. It stands for those in need can you pitch in? It was a campaign of community activist Dale Carpenter for years before health problems forced him to retire. For the last 4 years Yakima resident David Mckinney has taken over and he'll begin his 4 days living in front of Wrays Family IGA at 56th and Summitview tomorrow morning at 9:00 a

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Washington Produces Apples In Record Quantity

YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) — The 2014 apple crop came in 3 percent less than forecast but is still a record 150 million boxes. The crop is measured in 40-pound boxes. The Washington State Tree Fruit Association released its final tally Tuesday on the apple harvest

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Seahawks Center Max Unger Could Return to Practice This Week

 

Seattle head coach Pete Carroll says the Seahawks' starting center is going to try and practice when the team gets back on the field Wednesday.

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Fire Officials Say New Partnership Already Succeeding

A Tuesday afternoon house fire in Union Gap tested the new partnership between the Union Gap and Yakima fire departments.

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Seahawks Crack Top Five in This Week’s NFL Power Rankings

 

Seattle's 24-14 win and defensive dominance in Philadelphia put's the team back among the league's elite. 

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Two Arrested For Faking They Were Cops

Yakima Police have arrested two men for impersonating a police officer. Officers say they were called monday by a woman at 16th and Lincoln. The woman told officers that a vehicle pulled up behind her and flashed red and blue lights and then drove away after she stopped

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Surprising Survey Results About Driving And Pot

A new survey of drivers shows 7 out of 10 have used marijuana and almost half of those have recently driven within a couple of hours after marijuana use. If you or someone you know uses marijuana and drives while high, beware—extra DUI patrols are happening statewide this Holiday season between now and January 1, 2015

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Yakima Trolleys Hoping for Money in 2015 Budget

When the Yakima City Council considers approving the city's 2015 budget, Yakima Trolleys will be waiting to see if its funding request is met.

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Zillah Teacher Of The Year Up For Another Big Award

If Zillah High School science teacher Jeff Charbonneau wins $1 million dollars in 2015 he says he wants to impact lives. Charbonneau, the 2013 National Teacher of the Year is a finalist in the Varkey GEMS Foundation Global Teacher prize and he tells KIT News

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