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Fewer Teens Working Summer Jobs. You Won’t Guess Why
Are Millennials lazy? We hear that all the time. Maybe you've noticed fewer teenagers working at restaurants, carwashes and construction sites. It's true that fewer teens are working summer jobs, but it's not necessarily because they're lazier than previous generations...
How to Evacuate Tri-Cities in Case of an Emergency
What would you do if all of a sudden a terrible emergency was announced and you needed to evacuate? We've seen how easy it is for 395, 182, and 82 to get backed up during high-traffic times. Here are some alternatives.
1) Pack a 72-hour kit for each vehicle...
Yakima Drive-By Suspect Apparently LOVES Washington
If you're going to be a criminal, being hard to identify is a good thing. Apparently, that doesn't matter to this Yakima suspect. 31-year-old Jonathan Vargas is wanted in connection to a drive-by in Yakima on May 22nd. If you see him, you DEFINITELY will recognize him...
14-year-old Yakima Boy Dies In Possible Gang Related Shooting
Yakima Police are investigating a possible gang-related shooting that killed a 14-year-old boy this morning.
The shooting was reported at about 11:25 a.m. at Cornell Avenue and West King Street.
Police spokesman Mike Bastinelli says the 14-year-old was taken to a Yakima hospital after being shot multi…
Charges Could Be Filed Against Yakima City Council Member This Week
Charges could be filed this week against a Yakima City Council member arrested on a charge of driving while intoxicated last Sunday.
Yakima County Prosecutor Joe Brusic is awaiting reports that will give him more information about the injury accident that Yakima Police say was caused by 29-year-old C…

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