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Three schools in West Valley could see new buildings or upgrades if voters approve a bond issue in April.
A Selah man accused of causing the death of his girlfriend's baby was also back in court Monday.
The third person charged with a recent murder has been brought back to Yakima to face charges.
A suspected bank robber appeared in court Monday.
Two of the five people home during the house fire on 7th street suffered smoke inhalation.
Work at the intersection of Terrace Heights Drive and Butterfield Road started last summer.
Nana Kate's in Selah came in second, taking home $5,000 from New Vision.
The drive-thru is now around the back of the building.
The star witness in the Union Gap movie theater trial spent all day Friday on the stand.
Yakima has 123 Level II and Level III offenders, child kidnappers, and Level I non-compliant offenders.
Yakima Valley apple growers are trying to keep a pest out of their fruit.
The state continues to present its case against John Munzanreder, the man accused of premeditated murder of his wife.
Owen's Cycle in Yakima is hosting a Seahawk's party on Saturday, Jan. 31 from noon to three.
The Selah Parks and Recreation Department is encouraging residents to help decide the future of the city pool by taking an online survey.
City staff says there have been 25 accidents at S. 16th Avenue and W. Chestnut Avenue in the past three years.
The Yakima Humane Society says it's barely seeing anyone take advantage of a low cost spay and neuter offer.
Fewer students in Yakima schools were suspended in the fall semester of 2014 than the same time frame in previous years.
They've long been part of traditional cuisines around the world. Now some companies are hoping to sell foods with cricket flour here in the United States.
Since 2012, Yakima has spent roughly $350,000 on outside experts.
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