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Each afternoon, Cory Butler heads to Rod's House — a drop-in center for homeless youth and young adults in downtown Yakima — where he waits... [Read More]
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When Yakima County sheriff's deputies found Saul Llamas Rios behind the wheel of a minivan parked at a Naches church on a warm August evening... [Read More]
A countywide burn ban prohibiting outdoor burning and the use of uncertified wood and pellet stoves and fireplaces has been lifted due to improved weather... [Read More]
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Blaine Tamaki's family's history weighs on him — especially the story about his father, George, who at 8 years old was sent along with his... [Read More]
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A countywide restriction on the use of all wood stoves, inserts and fireplaces has been relaxed to allow the use of those devices that are... [Read More]
Blaine Tamaki's family's history weighs on him — especially the story about his father, George, who at 8 years old was sent along with his... [Read More]
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When work first started a few years back to erect a veterans memorial in this small Lower Valley city, Ralph Henriksen didn't believe he'd see... [Read More]
A countywide burn ban has been expanded to prohibit the use of all wood stoves, fireplaces, fireplace inserts and pellet stoves, the Yakima Clean Air... [Read More]
An upgrade to the countywide ban on the use of all wood stoves, fireplaces, fireplace inserts and pellet stoves takes effect at noon today, the... [Read More]
For decades people could get a few bucks - or maybe pocket change - for dropping off aluminum cans, newspaper, cardboard and plastic at Central... [Read More]
For decades people could get a few bucks - or maybe pocket change - for dropping off aluminum cans, newspaper, cardboard and plastic at Central... [Read More]
Improved air quality has prompted the Yakima Clean Air Agency to lift a countywide restriction on burning that went into effect last week. [Read More]
Farm-labor advocates have gathered some 400 complaints from field and warehouse workers struggling with the state Department of Labor and Industries' claim process or still... [Read More]
Farm-labor advocates have gathered some 400 complaints from field and warehouse workers struggling with the state Department of Labor and Industries' claim process or still... [Read More]
Authorities are searching for an 87-year-old Toppenish woman with medical issues who went missing Thursday. [Read More]
Former Granger Police Chief Robert Perales - who was convicted of lying under oath in May - is challenging the state's decision to revoke his... [Read More]
A buildup of air pollutants has prompted the Yakima Regional Clean Air Agency to issue a temporary burn ban on uncertified heating devices effective immediately... [Read More]
When Jose Luis Mendoza was struck by a forklift while working at a Selah fruit warehouse more than six years ago, he pleaded with doctors... [Read More]
Former Granger Police chief Robert Perales - who was convicted of lying under oath last May - is challenging the state's decision to revoke his... [Read More]
About noon Saturday, 9-year-old Isella Magana will pass out 40 bags of homemade Christmas cookies and caramel popcorn to the homeless at The Depot in... [Read More]
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