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Marching bands from across the Northwest competed at Yakima County Stadium today.
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Changes are coming to the Terrace Heights Landfill to combat years of vandalism.
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Consumer Reports reviews the different flu vaccines that are commonly available and explains what you should do if you get sick.
A number of Selah residents are unhappy about the property rezoning near their neighborhood. The Selah Planning Commission approved the rezone, but certain factors have halted the process.
YAKIMA, Wash.-- The Yakima Air Terminal is a step closer to better times tonight: care of a new fund that's meant to bring more flights to the Yakima Valley. The new savings account is called the Yakima Air Terminal Fund. Money from the account will be used to modernize the terminal all with the hope of attracting new airlines to Yakima. The money for the fund will come from the airport as well as state and federal grants.
The next step for the airport
The Yakima Air Terminal is a step closer to better times tonight: care of a new fund that's meant to bring more flights to the Yakima Valley.