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  • Fatal Shooting In Yakima

    Detectives are investigating a homicide after a fatal shooting occurred at 2:30 a.m. Thursday morning, killing a man in his mid-30s on E. H Street and 1st Street. 

  • AG Ferguson cracks down on two veterans’ charities for misleading Washington donors

    Attorney General Bob Ferguson today announced a crackdown on three deceptive charities that claimed to benefit veterans. 

  • Portland man gets life in prison for overdosing 15-month-old daughter

    A Portland man convicted of killing his 15-month-old daughter has been sentenced to life in prison, with the possibility of parole after 25 years.    

  • Area food banks experiencing dry spell in donations

    This heat isn't only drying out the grass, it's also causing a drop in donations at area food banks. 

  • Keeping your four-legged friends safe in the heat

    The Yakima Humane Society is reminding us to be careful when taking our furry friends out for a walk in this weather. 

  • Maintaining your car in the hot summer temperatures

    All this heat can take a toll on your car, and repair shops are keeping busy helping people. 

  • The science behind the munchies

    Marijuana has been legal in Washington for several years now - more and more states are following suit, and it's the "bud" of most pot jokes: when you get high, you get hungry. 

  • Substation fire declared a conflagration

    Governor Kate Brown has declared the Substation Fire, burning near The Dalles, a conflagration. 

  • Emerging El Nino – possible mild winter for the Pacific Northwest

    As smoke and haze from multiple wildfires waft over parts of the Pacific Northwest, signs are growing that a disruption is brewing in the Pacific Ocean that could impact the region’s upcoming winter. 

  • National Hot Dog Day deal in Yakima

    Americans consume at least 20 billion hot dogs each year. That totals to nearly 70 hot dogs per person each year!  

  • Non-agricultural burn ban in effect in Umatilla County

    On July 18, 2018, the Umatilla County Board of Commissioners declared a temporary ban on all open non-agricultural burning within the unincorporated areas of Umatilla County. 

  • Keeping seniors safe in the heat

    With triple digit heat hitting Yakima, it's important to stay hydrated and especially important to check on our seniors. 

  • Booming glass straw business offers an environment-friendly alternative to plastic

    We are so used to getting plastic straws when we go out to restaurants that we don't even think about where it ends up after we use them. 

  • Three puppies abandoned on side of highway in Yakima

    If you were driving down the highway and saw something moving inside a plastic garbage bag on the side of the road, would you pull over and check it out? 

  • The dangers of children being left in hot cars

    July can be the most dangerous month for hot car deaths because of the high temperatures. 

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  • BOLO issued for armed man, woman believed to be in danger

    BOLO issued for armed man, woman believed to be in danger

    Wednesday, July 18 2018 12:39 PM EDT2018-07-18 16:39:01 GMT

    MISSOULA, Mont. - The United States Marshals Service issued a Be On the Lookout for a man charged with aggravated assault and tampering with a witness. According to the US Marshals, Marco Antonio Guzman fled the Libby, MT area with Sandra Carris. Guzman is believed to be armed and dangerous. Carris is not believed to be a willing participant in the travel and has been listed as a missing endangered person. 

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    MISSOULA, Mont. - The United States Marshals Service issued a Be On the Lookout for a man charged with aggravated assault and tampering with a witness. According to the US Marshals, Marco Antonio Guzman fled the Libby, MT area with Sandra Carris. Guzman is believed to be armed and dangerous. Carris is not believed to be a willing participant in the travel and has been listed as a missing endangered person. 

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  • Ryegrass Coulee fire near Vantage now fully contained

    Ryegrass Coulee fire near Vantage now fully contained

    Thursday, July 12 2018 1:48 PM EDT2018-07-12 17:48:43 GMT

    VANTAGE, Wash. - Firefighters say the Ryegrass Coulee fire burning near Vantage is now 100 percent contained, days after the blaze first broke out late Monday night. The fire burned a total of 1,612 acres. It destroyed one outbuilding and damaged a barn, but no homes were lost. All evacuation orders for the town of Vantage were lifted around 7 p.m. Wednesday evening.

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    VANTAGE, Wash. - Firefighters say the Ryegrass Coulee fire burning near Vantage is now 100 percent contained, days after the blaze first broke out late Monday night. The fire burned a total of 1,612 acres. It destroyed one outbuilding and damaged a barn, but no homes were lost. All evacuation orders for the town of Vantage were lifted around 7 p.m. Wednesday evening.

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  • It's 7-11! It's FREE SLURPEE DAY!

    It's 7-11! It's FREE SLURPEE DAY!

    Wednesday, July 11 2018 8:31 AM EDT2018-07-11 12:31:45 GMT

    Hey! It's gonna be hot today! Leslie Lowe thinks it'll be about 83 degrees today. Couldn't you use a nice treat to cool yourself down? 7-Eleven has you covered today! For years, the convenience store chain has been giving away free Slurpees on July 11th, because you know... 7-11!  All you have to do is visit a participating 7-Eleven between 11am and 7pm (see what they did there?), and you can help yourself to a free small Slurpee!

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    Hey! It's gonna be hot today! Leslie Lowe thinks it'll be about 83 degrees today. Couldn't you use a nice treat to cool yourself down? 7-Eleven has you covered today! For years, the convenience store chain has been giving away free Slurpees on July 11th, because you know... 7-11!  All you have to do is visit a participating 7-Eleven between 11am and 7pm (see what they did there?), and you can help yourself to a free small Slurpee! 

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