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Area woman injured in early morning crash

MABTON A Mabton woman injured in a crash just after 5:30 a.m. Thursday, March 22, could not be airlifted from the scene because of fog along the Yakima River. Andreina Lopez, 20, suffered a broken leg in the crash, Yakima County Sheriff's Office Public Information Officer Casey Schilperoort said. Lo

DAILYSUNNEWS.COM - 2018-03-23 18:02:58

Sunnyside Show N Shine Car Show

Please join us for this year's 14th annual Senior class fundraiser on March 24, 2018! Last year we had a record-smashing 350 vehicles registered, and this year we want MORE! This is an ALL VEHICLE car show, which means that everything is invited. Cars, trucks, classics, moderns, bicycles, motorcycle

YAKIMA HERALD REPUBLIC - 2018-03-24 16:00:00

Charges dropped for three Grandview students accused of plotting school shooting

GRANDVIEW, Wash. - Prosecutors have dropped charges against three Grandview High School students accused of plotting to shoot classmates. A fourth student arrested in connection with the incident pleaded guilty earlier this month to being a minor in possession of a firearm, according to court docume

YAKIMA HERALD REPUBLIC - 2018-03-24 05:40:00

Dental hygiene program is looking for patients

YAKIMA, Wash. - A local college dental hygiene program is looking for patients. Yakima Valley College Dental Hygiene students will be providing comprehensive oral examinations for one day only next week. The dental screening clinic will be working with patients starting Monday morning. The cost of t

YAKTRINEWS.COM - 2018-03-23 02:01:13

Judge in case of 16-year-old Yakima rapist to decide how he will be tried

YAKIMA, WA - A Yakima judge has the weekend to decide whether or not a 16-year-old will face trial in juvenile or superior court for rape charges in three attacks, including two that happened on the Yakima Greenway in 2017. Earlier this afternoon, prosecution and defense attorneys gave closing argum

NBCRIGHTNOW.COM - 2018-03-24 03:21:00

Fire damages half of Yakima duplex

YAKIMA, Wash. - Combustible material put too close to a baseboard heater caused a fire that damaged a Cornell Avenue duplex late Thursday night, a Yakima fire official said. Firefighters were called out to the 1500 block of Cornell Avenue about 10 p.m. after a passerby spotted fire at the duplex and

YAKIMA HERALD REPUBLIC - 2018-03-23 14:24:00

Woman faces drug, stolen firearm charges

TOPPENISH Kalani Joy Duvall, 41, of Yakima made a preliminary appearance in Yakima County Superior Court on Tuesday, March 20, for possessing heroin, a stolen gun and 3.369 grams of marijuana. Court records show Duvall was arrested by Toppenish Police on Sunday, March 18, following a routine traffic


Fire destroys duplex unit in Yakima

YAKIMA, Wash. - Firefighters say no one has been hurt in a fire that destroyed a duplex at Cornell Avenue. Crews with the Yakima Fire Department (YFD) went to the duplex, located at 1502 Cornell Avenue, at 9:45 p.m., Thursday, to find the home with flames visible from the windows of one of the two u

KIMA TV - 2018-03-23 12:50:30

Deadly car accident left one person dead and another injured on I-182 in Pasco

police lights.jpg PASCO, Wash. Washington State Troopers say that one person has died and a young woman seriously injured, after a deadly car crash in Pasco. The accident happened around 7PM last night, in the eastbound lanes of I-182 near the 20th Ave. exit in Pasco. Troopers say that a white Cadi


Controversial U.S. Senate candidate can't use plaza, Richland officials say | Tri-City Herald

The controversial U.S. Senate candidate Joey Gibson will not be allowed to use John Dam Plaza in Richland, city officials said Thursday. The Arc of Tri-Cities already reserved the entire plaza through the city during the three-hour window Gibson said Wednesday he wanted to use it, said Richland co

TRI-CITY HERALD - 2018-03-22 19:54:00

Judge to decide if Yakima's teenage serial rape suspect will be tried as adult

YAKIMA, Wash. - A judge will decide Monday whether a Yakima teen facing three separate rape charges will be tried as an adult. The 16-year-old suspect faced a judge in Yakima County Juvenile Court on Friday afternoon, shaking his head as the prosecutor went over his alleged crimes. He was initially

YAKTRINEWS.COM - 2018-03-23 22:46:26

Man killed in fire believed to be Prosser cattleman

PROSSER, Wash. - A 40-year-old Prosser cattleman is believed to be the person who died in a trailer fire Sunday. Benton County coroner's investigators are working to confirm the identity of the body found in a trailer. The body is believed to be that of Miguel Meraz-Lopez. However, Meraz-Lopez's fam


Yakima County officials continue to enforce pot ban

YAKIMA, Wash. - Yakima County officials continue to take steps to enforce a marijuana ban in unincorporated areas of the county. In January, commissioners filed court papers to shut down a mariuana retail business and now they are going after a marijuana producer and processor. They have summonsed S

YAKTRINEWS.COM - 2018-03-23 00:00:18

CRIME STOPPERS: Isiah Ryan Acedillo-Kupukaa

WEST RICHLAND, WA - Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers is looking for an Isiah Ryan Acedillo-Kupukaa. Acedillo-Kupukaa is 22 years old (DOB: 5-30-1995), 5'9", 150 lbs., with brown hair and blue eyes. He has numerous tattoos on his arms, legs, and chest. Acedillo-Kupukaa was last known to live in West Richlan


Toddler dies after being found in river

BENTON CITY The Benton County Sheriff's Office has yet to release the identity of a toddler who died Monday after being found in the Yakima River. Meanwhile, authorities are still working to confirm the identity of a Prosser man who died in a Sunday morning blaze. In Benton City, according to the S


Local marijuana businesses told to show up in court, continuing legal battle with county

YAKIMA, Wash. - The county has told marijuana businesses to show up in court. Jeffrey McPhee of Sticky Budz says they were served papers a little over two weeks ago, stating they're in violation of Yakima County code. McPhee says they're not afraid of what lies ahead, and they intend to keep their b


Yakima city council decides to keep pit bull ban in place

YAKIMA, Wash. - Yakima city officials have decided to keep a ban on pit bulls in place while they work on a more comprehensive ordinance on the dogs. The Yakima Herald-Republic reported Wednesday that currently, Yakima pit bull owners are required to pay certain fines and fees, keep their dogs insid

KXLY - 2018-03-22 19:35:03

Prosser man believed to be person who died in trailer fire

A 40-year-old Prosser man is believed to be the person who died in a trailer fire Monday. Benton County coroner's investigators are working to confirm the identity of the body found in a trailer belonging to Miguel Meraz-Lopez. However, Meraz-Lopez's family has moved forward with funeral plans for


Police say a high speed car chase ends with arrest at Red Apple Inn

YAKIMA, Wash. - Police say a man in a stolen car led officers on a high-speed chase through Yakima, Tuesday. Police reports said Barry Gene Mitchell was driving the stolen GMC Yukon on North 16th Avenue. Officers pursued Mitchell, who reportedly led them on a high-speed chase before he ran from the


Man charged with child rape, incest returned to Kennewick after fleeing country

KENNEWICK, Wash. - A child rape suspect is back in Kennewick after he fled to Panama last November, only to be captured and escorted to Miami, Florida. Clay Haynes, 46, is facing charges of child rape, molestation and incest for allegedly sexually abusing two girls for several years at his Kennewick