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Located in Yakima Valley, the city is known for its wine, its apples, and for producing about 75% of the hops from the United States. The area was originally home to the Yakama Native Americans. Yakima was a stop for Lewis and Clark in 1805 which lead to homesteaders soon after. Entertainment in the city includes the Yakima Valley Museum, including displays on the city's history and a restored soda fountain, the Capitol Theater, the Allied Art Center, and the Central Washington State Fair.

Population: 71845
Local Newspapers: The Suffolk News Herald
Local Sports Teams: Yakima Bears (A Baseball) Yakima Reda (USL Development League)
Local Colleges: The Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences

Zip Codes associated with yakima, washington: 98901 98902 98903 98908
Towns/Cities near yakima, washington : Terrace Heights Moxee Union Gap Ahtanum Summitview Selah Gleed Wapato Toppenish

Yakima News
Long dependent on immigrant workers, Yakima Valley growers laboring...

Last week, Miguel Gonzales worked quickly to pluck apples from trees in an orchard north of Tieton before the snow season arrives. "We work seven days a week, but that's good," Gonzales said after climbing down a ladder.

Yakima Valley visitors touring wineries with horses

ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND EDITIONS, NOV. 18-19 - In this Oct. 28, 2017 photo, Alan Geho sits in the driver's seat of a horse-drawn carriage while waiting for his wine-tasting passengers to finish tasting at Tanjuli Winery in Zillah, Wash.

What Does a Democratic State Senate Majority Mean For Voting Rights in Washington?

Passing a Washington Voting Rights Act, which could mandate re-districing of city elections from at-large to districted, has bedeviled state Democrats for nearly a decade. But now that the election is over, a major priority for the ascendant state Democratic majority will be to make state elections fair for minority candidates, whose electoral prospects are significantly diminished under the at-large voting system used by most Washington cities.

Yakima student suspended for tasing classmates

The Washington Middle School student used the device on two fellow students around 2:45 p.m. on Wednesday, the Yakima Herald-Republic reports. The student found the taser while on the way to school.

Pedestrian hit by 2 cars remains in coma

A 21-year-old Yakima man remains in a coma nearly a week after he was hit by two cars on a dark Finley road. He has been in critical condition at Kadlec Regional Medical Center in Richland since he was hit by a Pontiac Grand Am, driven by Raquel M. Dufree of Medford, Ore., and a Buick LeSabre driven by a teen.

UW regent Tamaki: A voice for API students

Blaine Tamaki is a Triple Dawg. He received a bachelor's degree in economics, earned a Juris Doctor, and most recently was appointed to the Board of Regents at the University of Washington .

Faces: Sagebrush Hills Film Festival

Mike Siebol talks with his daughter Melanie during the Sagebrush Hill Film Festival gala at the Yakima Valley Museum in Yakima, Wash., Friday, Nov. 10, 2017. Ryan Smith mixes cocktails at the Sagebrush Hill Film Festival gala at the Yakima Valley Museum in Yakima, Wash., Friday, Nov. 10, 2017.

Stunning green-roofed office harmonizes with the Washington landscape

Stunning, award-winning architecture can be found in unlikely places, even in neighboring areas to industrial processing yards in Yakima, Washington. That's where you'll find the Washington Fruit & Produce Co.

Yakima man hit by 2 cars while walking on Finley highway

A 21-year-old Yakima man was hospitalized late Friday after he was hit by two cars while walking in the northbound lane of Highway 397 in Finley. It is not known why he was walking in the lane of travel on the highway near Bryson Brown Road.

Woman's death highlights common challenges for homeless

Elizabeth Ramos is emotional after setting up a memorial of ribbons, candles and flowers for her stepsister Theresa Lumley near the intersection of East Spruce and South Sixth Streets in Yakima, Wash., Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017. Lumely was killed in a hit-and-run near the site on Oct. 28. Police don't yet have any suspects in the investigation.

Woman's death highlights common challenges for homeless

Elizabeth Ramos is emotional after setting up a memorial of ribbons, candles and flowers for her stepsister Theresa Lumley near the intersection of East Spruce and South Sixth Streets in Yakima, Wash., Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017. Lumely was killed in a hit-and-run near the site on Oct. 28. Police don't yet have any suspects in the investigation.

Richland man needs more time to ready defense on charges he recruited teen girl into prostitution

John R. Abrams Jr., 51, asked to postpone his federal trial in Richland until next spring to give the defense team more preparation time. He is charged with recruiting a teen girl into the commercial sex trade.

Yakima Herald-Republic: As landscape shifts, water utility offers certainty

The issue of exempt water wells can find no exemption from controversy in Washington state. Close to home, the wrangling is prompting Yakima County to tighten rules in a policy area where there have been few - it is a change that will require an adjustment by a number of water users and drillers.

2 in critical condition after bad crash near Reardan

Police and emergency crews are on scene of a bad crash at the intersection of Coulee Hite Road and Wood Road near Reardan. Medics say two drivers were involved in the crash and both are in critical condition Wednesday evening.

Brush fire burning on US 2 west of Wenatchee

Washington State Patrol says the right lane of Westbound US 2 at milepost 115 near Wenatchee is closed because of a small brush fire. Chelan County Emergency Management says that a Level 1 advisory is in place for homes on the north side of Easy Street from US 2 to American Fruit Road, both sides of Warm Springs Canyon Road, Sunridge Lane, West Eagle Rock Drive, W. Eagle Rock Place, April Drive, Lure Lane, and Mylius Road.

Spokane mother warns of a strange item her kids got on Halloween

Have you checked your child's Halloween candy haul? Some parents say it might be a good idea because of a strange item their trick-or-treaters got. Michala Buchheit took her boys trick-or-treating in the Corbin Park neighborhood as she always does.

Toys for Tots

Good news is the process for placing toy orders is very simple. If you would like to sign up for the Toys for Tots program this year you now have two options.

Bale Breaker Brewing announces Fresh off the Slopes campaign benefiting local Ski Patrol

For the second year, Bale Breaker Brewing is stepping up to support the White Pass Ski Patrol. On November 17th the brewery hosts the kickoff party for this year's Fresh off the Slopes campaign.

Tri-City marching bands grab Cougar gold at annual championships

Tri-City high schools brought home the bacon this weekend after competing in Washington State University's third annual marching band championships, held Saturday at Martin Stadium Pullman. Hanford High School placed first while AC Davis High School took second, Mead High School third and Mt.

Body found on Yakama Nation reservation a homicide victim

Authorities say the body of a man found on the Yakama Nation Indian Reservation last month was a homicide victim who remains unidentified. The Yakima Herald-Review reported Thursday Yakima County Coroner Jack Hawkins said an autopsy determined the man found in Medicine Valley near White Swan died of stab wounds to the chest.

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