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Yakima Officials Looking to Fight Gangs with Money From Federal Government

It is no secret that when it comes to federal gang funding a majority of the money goes to large cities but Yakima city officials have been demanding that more of that federal money come to smaller cities.

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Biomass Removed From Federal Lands, Senate Passes Extender Bill

  • USDA announced more than 200,000 tons of biomass removed from federal lands will help reduce the risk of forest fires and provide feedstock for advanced energy facilities.

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Senate Committee Assignments Announced, Crop Insurance Expands

  • GOP leaders in the Senate announced new committee assignments for the next Congress on Monday.

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Environmental Incentive Program Under Review, More Opposition to Labeling Laws

  • USDA is seeking public comment on how it intends to improve the Environmental Quality Incentives Program, or EQIP, one of USDA's largest conservation programs.

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Yakima One of Many Counties Taking Unique Strategy to Floods

As heavy rain threatens to flood rivers this winter, many floodplain managers are trying to work with nature, rather than against it, to keep waterways from overflowing.

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Inslee to Unveil State Budget This Week

Gov. Jay Inslee says he will unveil his budget ideas this week, starting with dollars for education.

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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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City Council to Approve 2015 Budget Tuesday

The Yakima City Council will meet Tuesday and is expected to approve the total city budget of $208 million for 2015.

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House Passes Executive Action Rebuke, Daily Margin Program Still Available

  • The U.S. House has passed a bill to stop the President's power of executive actions on immigration, but the bill is viewed as largely symbolic.

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New Rules in Place Regarding Free Meals for Lawmakers

Washington lawmakers face new rules for meals that lobbyists pay for, starting in January.

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