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Girls returning home to a University of Washington sorority house early Friday discovered a man in one of the rooms.
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The unnamed Soldier died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound according to Jack Hawkins, coroner for Yakima County, Yakima Wash.
Cranbrook's Bisset Singers, who have been members of the festival for six years, were invited to host the festival in 2014.
They were called "ashes to go." Saint Timothy's Episcopal Church made stops to busy spots around Yakima Wednesday, offering prayers and ashes for Ash Wednesday.
A film written and directed by a Yakima Valley native and shot all around the Valley will be on a local screen again soon.
A Benton County judge says two Yakima County sheriff's detectives tricked a homicide suspect into talking with them after he asked for a lawyer.
George Cicotte will formally announce his candidacy for the 4th District Congressional seat held by Doc Hastings tomorrow.
Washington state's first legal marijuana license is going to a guy named Green. The Associated Press has learned that Spokane grower Sean Green, the chief executive of a company called Kouchlock Productions, is due to be issued a producer-processor license at the state Liquor Control Board meeting in Olympia on Wednesday morning.
Another city in the Yakima Valley has plans to give its downtown a facelift. Mabton plans to spend millions of dollars on new sidewalks, lighting and landscaping.
Yakima Mayor Micah Cawley kicked off his campaign for Yakima County Auditor Tuesday with a news conference outside the Yakima County Courthouse.
A retirement center in Yakima is taking action after people there have been getting sick.
Yakima, WA, United States - A high number of anglers braved chilly weather at the start of the fishing season in the Columbia Basin, according to Washington Fish and Wildlife Department regional fisheries biologist Chad Jackson.
A mysterious cluster of severe birth defects in rural Washington state is confounding health experts, who say they can find no cause, even as reports of new cases continue to climb.
Joint Base Lewis-McChord's 2nd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division is carrying out a cold month of combat drills at the Yakima Training Center.