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South First Street and Walnut Avenue Intersection Closed Until Midnight

 

The Yakima Police Department says that a traffic accident has disabled the traffic signals at South First Street and Walnut Avenue, and repairs will keep the usually busy intersection closed until late Wednesday night.

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Yakima Starts Work on City Streets

A 90 working day project to rebuild and improve various street segments gets underway on Wednesday, July 10.

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2013 Will Bring A Lot of Challenges and Opportunities for Yakima

Yakima city Mayor Micah Cawley says he's excited about plans for the upcoming year. The mayor says 2013 will be full of challenges and opportunities. Roads are a top priority for 2013 says Cawley. He's hoping voters support a 30 dollar annual increase in car tabs to help fund the repairs

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Brian’s Blog: Famous Street Names Right Here in Yakima

Here in Yakima, we have streets that have the same names as some of the most famous in the world. Let's take a look!

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What Is Yakima’s Worst Intersection? [POLL]

There are several bad intersections in areas all over town. What is Yakima's worst?

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Snow Removal Statement From Yakima’s Mayor

 

Yakima Mayor Micah Cawley issued a statement this afternoon on how the city is handling snow removal.

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Yakima Streets: Which are the Worst? Help Us Find Them!

 

Ever heard the phrase "as ugly as nine miles of bad road"?  25% of Yakima's streets really are nine miles (and more) of bad road. What do we do about it?

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Yakima Needs More Black and Whites on The Street

As Yakima continues to fight crime, city budget cuts continue to eat away at the Police department's ability to hire enough officers to patrol city streets. Lt. Mike Merryman says currently 143 officers are employed by the department. But Merryman says a city the size of Yakima needs 15 to 20 more officers.

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