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Battle Over Labeling Continues, Farm Bill Implementation Begins

  • The World Trade Organization’s report on Country Of Origin Labeling’s compliance with trade obligations has reportedly been transmitted to the U.S. government but not yet been made available to the public according to National Farmers Union President Roger Johnson.

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Officials: Cause a Fire with Fireworks and You’ll Pay

As the excitement for the Fourth of July celebrations increases, the Washington State Fire Marshal has a reminder that if your fireworks cause a fire, you could be required to pay restitution.

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Yakima Officials Stressing Fireworks Safety, Laws

The warnings are all over the place about the danger of fireworks.

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Fuel Tank Explodes at Recycling Plant

A Yakima, Washington-area fire chief says a fuel storage tank slated for disposal at the Pacific Steel and Recycling plant exploded Monday with a loud boom but no one was hurt.

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Bail Maintained for Woman Who Killed 72-Year-Old Man, More Briefs

  • A 27-year-old woman being held in the Yakima County jail on a vehicular homicide charge attempted to have her bail lowered on Wednesday but was denied.

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Small Train Tips Over, Injures Six

Police say six people suffered minor injuries, including an 8-year-old boy who was taken to a hospital as a precaution, after a 'kiddy train' amusement ride tipped over at a city festival in Puyallup, south of Seattle.

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Fireworks Stands Multiply, But Many Cities Still Ban Use

The state Fire Marshal's Office has announced that fireworks stand licenses have increased 5 percent in 2014 in comparison to 2013, according to a news release.

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DNR Issues Warning on How to Prevent Fires

The Cottonwood 2 Fire that started on Tuesday north of Selah and burned nearly 9,000 acres is 100 percent contained.

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Operation Dry Water Coming to Yakima

If you like to play on the water while drinking alcohol, be forewarned: The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission has announced that authorities in the state will be involved in a nationwide special emphasis campaign to target people who are operating boats while under the influence of alcohol and drugs.

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Gang Commission Meeting on Making Schools Safe

When the Yakima County Gang Commission meets Tuesday it will hear about a school safety co-op program that is helping small districts deal with expensive safety measures.

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