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Studded Tire Deadline Moved To April 16

 

Drivers have an extra two weeks to remove their studded tires this year.

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Recent Snow Brings A Rush For New Tires

Most of last week's snow has melted, but in its place are scraps of metal damaging people's tires.

Our News Partner KIMA Action News learned auto shops are seeing a spike of people coming in for new tires after the recent snow storms

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Icy And Snowy Roads Equals Accidents

Ice and snow covered streets had cars slipping and sliding all over the place in Yakima over the past few days. Surprisingly, our news partner Kima learned the odds you were in a car wreck are substantially down. 1800 c

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School Delays

Naches running on time and on schedule....except ALTERNATE ROUTE ON SHADBOLT.

East Valley running on time....USING ALTERNATE ROUTES FOR MOUNTAIN VIEW, LOCKEHEART AND SOUTH 58TH STREET.

 

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Delays For Schools

Zillah 2 hour delay
Naches Valley Schools 2 hours delay.....no AM Preschool....buses on snow route.
The Wahluke School District 2 hours delay
Highland School District 2 hours delay
The West Valley School District 2 delay

East Valley 2 hour delay

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The Latest On Closures And Delays

Here is the latest in School Delays and Closures

2 Hour Delay Union Gap District

2 Hour Delay Naches School District

2 Hour West Valley School District....Am and Pm Pre-School canceled

2 Hour Westpart Christian Academy

2 Hour Wapato School District

2 Hour Highland School District

2 Hour Riverside Christian

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Winter Driving Be Cautious!

Two Washington State Department of Transportation workers injured today while helping keep state roadways open during the winter storm are expected to make full recoveries, WSDOT said today.

But Transportation Secretary Paula Hammond said these incidents, plus other situations faced by WSDOT employees and State Patrol troopers, highlight the dangers emergency responders face as they work to keep the state’s transportation system functional against difficult weather odds

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