Soggy Seattle Does About-face With Record Dry Streak
SEATTLE (AP) — Just months ago, soggy Seattle clocked the wettest winter on record.
Now, the city has gone in the other extreme: Seattle is now into its longest dry streak since the previous record was set in 1951.
The National Weather Service says as of Tuesday, 52 consecutive dry days have bee…
Camping With Burn Bans
It is a busy weekend around Rimrock Lake and the surrounding forest.
As I pulled through late Friday evening I could see many campers had not heard of the $250 fine their campfire could cost them.
Despite it being a packed weekend, I was amazed to find a spot overlooking the lake...
(Updated Monday 5:00 A.M.) Selah Wildfire Continues To Burn [VIDEO]
Fire crews were busy overnight dousing hot spots in a fire that started Sunday afternoon near Harlan Landing in Selah. The fire burned parts of the Selah Ridge and spread burning more than 400 acres before firefighters were able to gain the upper hand and partially contain the fire. At last check th…
Spring Means High Water On Roadways
I was headed to a new trailhead this weekend and taking advantage of a little cloud cover before taking the kids to Monster Slam 2017 Saturday night at the fairgrounds.
With the straight bucket of water that got dumped on areas around Yakima and rivers and creeks already swollen, this was a good time…
Red Cross Opens Shelter For Yakima Flooding
The American Red Cross has opened an emergency shelter for West Valley residents affected by the flooding at 72nd Avenue between Mead Avenue and Nob Hill Boulevard in Yakima. The shelter opened Tuesday afternoon at the Church of Christ, 100 N. 72nd Ave.
Yakima Needs Your Help In Finding The Worst Potholes In The City
This year's snow has piled up and lasted longer than expected, and that has caused issues on the streets of Yakima.
The City Of Yakima has a forum to report a damaged street sign, graffiti, pothole, or street light that is burned you can help the city identify these structural brea…

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