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Yakima County Superior Court Bail Set at $750,000 for Both Attempted Murder Suspects

Two people were charged in Yakima County Superior Court on Thursday in connection with the assault of 78 year old Yakima real estate agent Vernon Holbrook.

Holbrook remains in critical condition at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle today

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Benjamin McKenzie Held on Half Million Dollar Bail

Bail has been set at a half million dollars for 32-year-old Benjamin McKenzie, the man arrested in Monday's crash that injured two young brothers. McKenzie faces two charges of vehicular assault after police say he was on drugs when he struck the brothers at a Yakima intersection Monday morning

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Two Brothers Struck by Car, Driver Arrested

Two brothers, ages 10 and 11 remain in the hospital today after being struck by a car at the intersection of King Street and Rock Avenue around 8:30 Monday morning. Yakima Police Captain Rod Light says the driver, identified as 32-year-old Benjamin McKenzie was under the influence of drugs and was traveling northbound on rock avenue when he struck the two brothers in the intersection

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Yakima Man Rescued From House Fire Remains in Critical Condition

A 55 year old Yakima man rescued from a mobile home fire Tuesday night remains in critical condition at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. Authorities say the man suffered smoke inhalation. Firefighters were called to the fire in the 76 hundred block of Nob Hill Blvd

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