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East Valley Schools Coming Together to Help One of Their Own

The East Valley School District is pulling together to help one of it's own.

Multiple fundraisers for science teacher Randy Henry have been organized after he lost his wife and his home in a tragic fire last Thursday

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Fire Destorys Selah Home

Fire ripped through a Selah home Monday afternoon. It started around 3:00 p.m. on Anderson Lane.

Firefighters don't know if anyone was home at the time.

Crews were dealing with another fire in the area when this one started

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Two Men Escape Abandoned House Fire

Two men injured in a house fire Friday in Yakima were treated at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle over the weekend. Both were being treated for smoke inhalation. The two were among four people who were inside the abandoned home on the 400 block of North Fifth Avenue when the fire started Friday morning

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Christmas Eve House Fire Caused by a Damaged Electrical Cord

A damaged electrical cord to a Christmas tree was the cause of a fire that damaged a home in the 1400 block of Hamilton Avenue on Christmas eve. Firefighters say a family of 4 was able to escape without being injured and was able to save Christmas presents

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DNR Reports Concluded Welding Sparks Was The Cause of Taylor Bridge Fire

OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — The Department of Natural Resources has concluded that an August wildfire that caused $11 million damage was caused by sparks from welding or cutting work on a bridge southeast of Cle Elum

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Yakima Man Taken Into Custody for Suspicious House Fire

A suspicious fire destroyed a Yakima home Sunday morning. Firefighters initially thought the residents were inside the home, but they did not find anyone. No one was injured.

Investigators do not know what caused the fire, however firefighters do say it is suspicious

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House Fire Leaves Family of Six Homeless

A family of six is left homeless after fire destroyed their house. The quick moving fire ripped through the house on Rockford Road around noon Thursday.

Syrilda Welch was at work when she got the call Thursday afternoon about her house. "That the house was on fire

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Investigators Says Suspicious Fire Destroys Yakima Home

A Yakima home was destroyed Sunday in what investigators say was a suspicious fire. It happened around 1:00 p.m. on the 500 block of Erickson Lane.

Officials say everyone was out of the house when they arr

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Yakima Man Rescue From House Fire in Serious Condition

An 83 year old man who suffered smoke inhalation in a house fire in Yakima last week remains in a Seattle today. Lee Pridgen was first identified as a 55 year old man who was rescued from a bedroom of his mobile home in the 76 hundred block of Nob Hill

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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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