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FirstFruits Marketing, Yakima, Wash., hired Jose Armando Munguia as a produce export salesperson.
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The annual Central Washington State Fair elicits all kinds of emotions and plays on all of the senses.
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The side effect of the two-year-old liquor privatization law continues to plague some businesses.
Michael's craft store's all have a classroom space in-store, that they use to teach courses.
If you'd like to contribute to the fight against cancer, you can do it by taking part in a yard sale to benefit Relay for Life.
We now know who was involved in the officer-involved shooting over the weekend. Rolando Villanueva was shot to death Saturday night during a police chase along Interstate 82. KIMA learned Villanueva mentioned in the past the idea of a "suicide by cop."
Yakima County will invest $1.8 million to help the city of Yakima redevelop the old mill site.
Yakima Valley Community College is dipping into its reserves. It's spending $2.5 million on new equipment and furniture.
The Yakima River drainage is becoming a testament to good fisheries management. Gradually, the Yakima River has improved so much since becoming a no-stock catch-and-release fishery above Rosa Dam that it truly deserves to be called a Blue-Ribbon stream.
Everfresh Premier Varietals line of all-natural apple juices welcomes a new flavor: Pink Lady.
Minister Aglukkaq Announces Support to Help put Students on Ice - Program supports youth and Aboriginal leadership and fosters understanding and respect for the Arctic - NBC Right Now/KNDO/KNDU Tri-Cities, Yakima, WA Minister Aglukkaq Announces Support to Help put Students on Ice - Program supports youth and Aboriginal leadership and fosters ... (more)
Summer's on the way, and more and more units of the National Park System are adding water filling stations , so head to the parks with a water bottle from National Parks Traveler .
"To help Yakima," said Layla. That's why all these people and little Layla came out to the Graffiti Be Gone cleanup.
A woman from south-central Washington said she's not giving up her court fight after judges in three counties blocked the release of information about low-level sex offenders under the state's Public Records Act.