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Man Who Fell Off Cliff in Naches Expected to Recover

Authorities say a Bellingham man who fell 60 feet while rock climbing in the Naches area is expected to recover from his injuries.

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Attack at Walla Walla Prison Sends Two to Hospital

State officials say some prison officers were injured while breaking up an early morning attack at the Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla.

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Toppenish School District In the Spotlight Again

The Toppenish School District has gained national attention after announcing that it is arming administrators to protect kids when classes start again the fall.

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West Valley Superintendent Stands By Suspension

A video showing an assault in the hallway of West Valley High School's freshman campus has gone viral, but it does not tell the full story, says Mike Brophy, superintendent of the West Valley School District.

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Mother Protests Outside West Valley High School

A parent protest outside the West Valley High School freshman campus caused the school to go into lockdown Wednesday.

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Potato Exports to Mexico Stopped, Salmonella Testing Change

  • U.S. Potato exports to Mexico have stopped in response to a lawsuit by the Mexican Potato Growers Association against the Mexican government seeking to block a new rule allowing U.S. potato exports to all parts of Mexico.

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Armed Administrators Program Could Expand

Randy Town doesn't think the Toppenish School District will be the last district to arm its administrators to prevent school tragedies.

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Rollover Accident Puts Two in the Hospital

Two people are in Yakima Regional Hospital after the flatbed truck they were in rolled over on Highway 97.

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Rapidly Spreading Fire Contained in Cowiche

The state Department of Natural Resources has raised the fire danger to moderate in Yakima County.

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No Plans on Recovering Climbers’ Bodies

An official at Mount Rainier National Park says there are no plans Sunday to recover the bodies of six climbers who likely fell thousands of feet to their deaths.

Spokeswoman Patti Wold said continuous ice fall and rock fall make the area too dangerous for rescuers

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