Elizabeth Ramero is a 14 year old from Kennewick, believed to be in danger. She was last seen getting into her boyfriend's car outside Phoenix HS. But police say the 19 year old may have taken Ramero against her will to Mexico. They are looking for Edwardo Flores Rosales. The pair may be in a dark green Ford Escape SUV. Call 911 if you see them.
Larger traffic lights & more wheelchair ramps will be added in Yakima
By Ada ChongPublished: Mar 19, 2013 at 4:57 PM PSTLast Updated: Mar 19, 2013 at 4:57 PM PST
YAKIMA, Wash. -- Yakima is moving forward with plans to add larger traffic lights and more wheelchair ramps around the city. The city will start taking bids next April. Work will be done on Lincoln Avenue between North 32nd and Fifth Avenues. The project also includes 16th Avenue between Nob Hill Boulevard and River Road. Bigger traffic signals will make it safer for drivers in hopes of preventing accidents.
"I think that there will be less accidents because now our population is aging as we go and a lot of them need bigger lights and bigger streets," said Andrea Wright.
A federal highway grant worth $840,000 will pay for it. Construction should start next year.