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Study on Pesticides Show Concern for Aquatic Life, Sausage Recall for Milk

  • The U.S. Geological Survey claims a 20-year study shows levels of pesticides continue to be a concern for aquatic life in many of the nation’s rivers and streams in agricultural and urban areas.

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Oregon City Might Ban Smoking on Sidewalks

The City of Salem is looking at banning smoking on some public sidewalks.

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Three Yakima Kids Being Tested in Seattle for Possible Respiratory Outbreak

Earlier this week KIT News told you the Yakima County Health District was working with local doctors to stop a respiratory outbreak that has infected children in 12 states.

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Rail Industry Questioned, Kids Eat Too Much Sodium

  • U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell questioned a top rail industry executive whether railroads are investing enough in infrastructure as increasing delays in freight rail traffic have impacted shipments of goods nationwide, and recently forced a Washington state agriculture shipper to suspend service and cut jobs.

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Multiple Tribes Ask Federal Government to Step In on Water Rules

An alliance of Washington tribes says it will ask the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to step in and come up with new water-quality rules for the state.

The Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission sent Gov

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California Exports to China to Resume, New Director in Risk Management Agency

  • California citrus farmers will be able to resume exports to China this season.

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Millions to be Spent Easing Shortage of Beds for Mental Health Patients

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has approved spending as much as $30 million to start meeting a state Supreme Court order to add more psychiatric evaluation and treatment beds to hospitals around the state

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City Losing Soccer Fields Leading to Search for New Spots

Yakima city officials are searching for soccer fields.

City Manager Tony O'Rourke says there is a major need for new fields in the city because of the planned expansion of Perry Technical Institute and the loss of soccer fields next to the school on Washington Avenue and the possibility of a new city pool going into Chesterly Park on 40th Avenue

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California Looking to Limit Antibiotic Use in Animals, Gypsy Moths Found in Portland

  • California lawmakers have sent the state’s governor two bills regarding antibiotic use in humans and farm animals.

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New Fitness Club Opens in Gateway Center

A new fitness center has opened in Yakima in the Gateway Center.

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