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Yakima Duplex Fire Considered Suspicious

A fire did extensive damage to a house on the 1100 block of St. John St. overnight Friday night.

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Apartment Fire Sends Woman to Hospital

Yakima firefighters are investigating an apartment fire that sent one woman to the hospital Wednesday evening.

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Flames Destroy House in Weekend Fire

A fire in Yakima sent another house up in flames Saturday morning causing $80,000 in damage.

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Pet Rescue From Fires Reuniting Families

Rescuing people is always the first priority for Yakima Firefighters in a house fire. They then search for family pets and sometimes they are found inside burning homes unconscious.

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Suspicious Fire Leaves 10 People Homeless

Yakima firefighters were called to a house fire in the 200 block of S Naches Ave. at about 10:15 p.m. Tuesday night.

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Early Morning Fire Claims Yakima Resident

Yakima firefighters say a man died in an apartment fire early Monday morning.

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Yakima Families More Likely to Be Displaced by Fire

This is fire prevention week in the State of Washington and the American Red Cross is helping to get the word out about the danger of kitchen fires.

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West Nile Virus Found in Horse, P.I. Charged, More Briefs

  • A horse in Yakima County has been diagnosed with the West Nile Virus.

    Officials from the Department of Agriculture say the owner of a 7-year-old quarter horse gelding is monitoring the horse's progress for recovery. There is no effective treatment for the horse other than to be supportive.

    West Nile Virus is fatal to horses in about one-third of the cases where clinical signs are apparent.

    The owner says the horse had been recently pastured in Outlook and has no history of travel out of the area and has no vaccination history.

    The Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory in Pullman reported the positive test results to the State Veterinarian's office on September 25.

    This is the only confirmed case of West Nile Virus in a Washington horse this year.

  • A 38-year-old Yakima woman described as a private investigator was charged in Yakima County Superior Court on Thursday after authorities say Stephanie Barnes intimated victims and witnesses of local homicide and assault cases.

    Barnes was charged with two counts of tampering with a witness, intimidating a witness and bribing a witness.

    Detective Sgt. Mike Russell with the Yakima County Sheriff's Office says Barnes was arrested at her Yakima home last Friday. She's being held on $2 million bail.

    Police say Barnes was a private investigator. Her business was named S&P Investigations and Consultants.

  • Union Gap has a plan to revitalize Main Street similar to Yakima's plans for Yakima Ave.

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Firefighters Battle Two Blazes Over The Weekend

Two fires kept Yakima firefighters busy over the weekend.

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High Temps Raising Fire Danger

The heat wave in central Washington is bringing record highs for September and keeping local fire fighters on alert longer than usual.

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