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Labeling Law Dealt Blow, USDA Invests Millions in Small Businesses

  • The World Trade Organization has again ruled against Country of Origin Labeling.

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Realtors Taking Steps to Stay Safe

Realtor safety; it is on the minds of many agents in Yakima after the murder of Yakima broker Vern Holbrook at a home he was showing in Cowiche.

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Sheriff’s Office Suggests Awareness Before Halloween

There are a total of 864 sex offenders live in the Yakima Valley and authorities are urging parents to know where the offenders live to protect kids during Halloween trick or treating.

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Workplace Safety Research on Chemicals, Which Apples Prevent Obesity Best

  • The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration will launch a national dialogue with stakeholders on ways to prevent work-related illness caused by exposure to hazardous substances.

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Mercer Island Child has E. Coli, Water Tests Come Back Clean

Public health officials say a child who lives on Mercer Island likely has E. coli.

The state lab has yet to confirm the case and King public health officials say it's not possible to say whether there is a link between the child's illness and problems with the Mercer Island water system

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Working Smoke Detectors Major Factor in Fire Safety

Sunday is the beginning of National Fire Prevention Week and officials in Washington State public safety are reminding residents of some basic steps to take to help keep their home safe.

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Bacteria Resistance to Antibiotics Examined, Money for Renewable Energy

  • President Barack Obama signed an executive order announced Thursday calling for a five-year plan to track highly resistant bacterial infections.

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Marijuana Use Makes Roads More Dangerous

Safety advocates worry that more drivers high on pot will lead to a big increase in traffic deaths as states liberalize their marijuana laws.

Researchers who have studied the issue are divided.

Marijuana can slow decision-making, decrease peripheral vision and impede multitasking — all those are important driving skills

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No Military Surplus Equipment for Yakima Police

The Yakima Police Department, like other law-enforcement agencies around the country, is watching the tense situation in Ferguson, Mo., closely.

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Christmas Trees Can Be Beautiful and Deadly

When pulling the holiday decorations out of storage, it is also a good idea to dust off some common sense safety tips to ensure that your winter wonderland stays safe.

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