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Man Shot in Wapato Recovering

A 25-year-old Yakima man is recovering after he was shot in the head Monday night according to KNDO.

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AZ Voter Proof-Of-Citizenship Law Struck Down, As Supreme Court Rulings Continue
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Supreme Court Strikes Down Arizona’s Voter ID Citizenship Law

The United States Supreme Court has ruled against an Arizona law which required voters to prove they are U.S. citizens before voting.  The ruling involves a requirement that was approved by Arizona voters

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Hastings Praises President Bushes Leadership

George W. Bush jokes there was a time in his life that he "wasn't likely to be found in a library, much less found one." he and the other four living presidents spoke today at the dedication of his library and museum at the Southern Methodist University campus in Dallas

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Zillah Teacher Honored Today at the White House

Zillah High School Teacher Jeff Charbonneau , the 2013 National Teacher of the year was honored at a White House ceremony today.  The 35 year old was joined by the other state teachers of the year for the Rose Garden Ceremony

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Sunnyside Dairy Recieves National Award

 

 Dan DeGroot’s Skyridge Farms in Sunnyside has received a national award. Today it was awarded the “outstanding dairy farm sustainability award.” The award recognizes dairy farms for practices that deliver outstanding economic, environmental and or social benefit. Owner Dan DeGroot we

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ACLU Sues a Richland Florist Over Refusal To Sell Flowers for Gay Wedding

SEATTLE (AP) — The American Civil Liberties Union in Washington state has filed a lawsuit on behalf of a Kennewick gay couple denied service at a flower shop.The group says the lawsuit against Barronelle Stutzman was filed Thursday in Benton County Su

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Bishops Call on Lawmakers to Fund Safety-Net Programs

In a letter to Governor Jay Inslee and state lawmakers, the Catholic bishops of Washington state said the needs of the poor, hungry and unemployed must come first as they establish budget priorities. "As Catholic pastors, we remind you that economic decisions possess a clear and compelling moral dimension," they said in the letter, which sets out criteria for guiding state budget negotiations

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Yakima Citizens Can Help Boston Bombing Victims

 

 

We may be a long ways from Boston, but there is a way Yakima area residents can help the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.   You can help be giving blood. Lisa Rhinehart, Executive Director of the Yakima office of the American Red Cross says "all blood types are needed, we were told to get as much blood as possible. All Red

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Dream Act is Dead For This Legislative Session

 

 

 

 

It appears that the Wasington Dream Act is dead for the 2013 Legislative session.  Even though the bill sailed through the state house by a 77-20 vote with half of the 44 house republicans voting for it, including 14th district representatives Charles Ross and Norm Johnson, and 15th district representative Bruce Chandler.  The Bill would

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New Destination Brewery Set to Open Next Week

The Yakima Valley's first destination brewery is almost finished.  The Bale Breaker Brewery on Birchfield Road in Moxee will open next Saturday with an all day open house and party.  In addition to the brewery , there's a one thousand square foot tap room, a large patio, and three acres of landscaped land with picnic tables for the public to enjoy

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