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Wolf Numbers Remain Steady in 2013

The state Department of Fish and Wildlife reported Saturday its yearly count of gray wolves living in Washington state found 52 of the predators, one more than at the end of 2012.

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Concern Over Bison in Yellowstone, President Sending 2015 Budget

  • According to a USDA study using wild bison deemed free of cattle disease from Yellowstone National Park to establish new herds across the American West could be done without posing a risk to livestock.

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Flood Watch Issued for Yakima, More Briefs

  • The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for areas in Goldendale, Yakima and Kittitas valleys despite not expecting the rivers to reach flood stage due to warming temperatures this week.

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Congress Examining New Trade Bill, Tax Incentives for Biodiesel

  • Before moving forward on Trade Promotion Authority legislation, the new Senate Finance Chairman wants to talk with his Democratic colleagues.

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Recycle the Christmas Tree for A Good Cause

Now that Christmas has passed, many people are thinking about how to get rid of their Christmas tree.

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Central Washington University to Help Monitor Earthquake Activity

Thanks to more than $600,000 from the National Science Foundation, Central Washington University will participate in the world’s largest earthquake monitoring system.

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Recycling Electronics Proving Huge Success

Wednesday was the fifth anniversary of Washington's E-cycle Program and organizers say it has been a huge success so far.

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Yakima Cleanup Program Back For Fall

After a successful spring Yakima's community cleanup events are back for the fall.

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Eisenhower High Surprising Students, More Briefs

  • Thousands of kids attending to the new Eisenhower High School are finding a much different facility then they were in last year.

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    Yakima County Ranks 35 out of 39 in Washington State Health Ranking

    A recently released health ranking paints a poor picture for those living in Yakima County.

    Of the 39 counties in the state, Yakima came in 35th in this year's health rankings.

    The annual report, published by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, takes several different factors into account

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