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Parents Send Kids to College, Look to Fill that Emptiness … With Furniture

With the arrival of fall comes the departure of summer -- and your college-bound kids.

Which means many parents who find themselves echoing in empty nests are thinking of spending the coming autumn days redecorating homes and reclaiming rooms that used to be full of their kids' dirty socks, skateboards and tangled earbuds

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Road Work Continues Throughout the City With School Underway

Road construction crews get an extra day off this weekend, but many streets will be affected by road work throughout the city.

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This Time, Nationals Do It with Pitching

SEATTLE (AP) -- Stephen Strasburg pitched into the eighth inning and Jayson Werth hit his second home run in two nights to lead the Washington Nationals past the Seattle Mariners 3-1 on Saturday.

Strasburg (11-10) went 7 2-3 innings and struck out eight, increasing his NL-leading total to 210

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Pilot Recycling Program Wrapping Up After Successful Trial

Despite not having final numbers, the city believes that the recent pilot recycling program was was a success according to a press release.

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Nationals Refuse to Bow to King Felix, Muscle Mariners, 8-3

SEATTLE (AP) -- Anthony Rendon hit one of Washington's four homers off Felix Hernandez, and the Nationals showed off their power in an 8-3 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Friday night that snapped a three-game losing streak

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Help If You Can: Fundraiser In Yakima Saturday

It's a night of fun, laughter and fellowship. Friends of Trina and Mike Albano, longtime valley residents, are holding a benefit potato feed and silent auction in their honor tomorrow at the 4th Street Theater from 4 p

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Yakima Officers Trained In High-Speed Chases

Yakima Police officers are involved in high-speed chases every month. Today they're receiving some special training at a facility at Hanford.

Police spokesman Mike Bastinelli says about 50 officers are being trained today at the Hammer/Hanford Training Center in Richland

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Big Expansion Of Gorge At George Approved

EPHRATA, Wash. (AP) — The Grant County commissioners have approved a zoning change that opens the door for The Gorge Amphitheatre to expand.

Live Nation, which owns The Gorge, still needs to obtain additional approval from the county's planning department

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Would You Take a Shuttle Bus to Seahawks Games? [POLL]

We have had many inquiries about the availability of any 'Seahawks Super Fan' bus trips for the upcoming season. Sadly, none are scheduled for this season as there are no group tickets available at CenturyLink Field as in years past.

With that said, we would like to know if you, your friends and family or other Seahawks fans who already have game tickets would be interested in putting together a 'Rooter Bus' for the eight regular-season home games.

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Trial Begins for Murder Suspect in Real Estate Agent Death

The trial of a man charged with murdering Yakima real estate broker Vern Holbrook started Thursday in Yakima County Superior Court.

Daniel Blizzard is accused of hiring two people to kill the 78-year-old Holbrook

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