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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
Four ways Washington is making it easier to vote: automatic...

In the last days of the 2018 Washington legislative session, four bills aimed at reforming Washington's voting policies and practices were delivered to Governor Jay Inslee , expected to be signed into law this week. In these days when it can feel like democracy is under full attack, the new laws should help the state put its ballot decisions in front of more voters.

Road maintenance might bring delays to your daily commute

The "crack sealing project" will bring delays to a portion of Summitview Avenue starting on Monday, March 12th through Friday, March 16th. In a new release, City of Yakima crews will be filing cracks along the section of Summitview from 40th Avenue to 48th Avenue.

Yakima commissioners vote to keep road closed near Rattlesnake Ridge

A portion of Thorp Road will remain closed indefinitely as engineers continue to evaluate a slow-moving landslide on Rattlesnake Ridge. Yakima County Commissioners voted Tuesday to extend the closure along the Yakima River east of Union Gap due to the risk of falling rocks from the portion of the ridge that has been sliding since October.

Yakima, Wash., site for veterans outreach effort

National staff and Department of Washington Legionnaires will be available to answer questions about American Legion programs and veterans benefits. The effort will take place from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. March 17 and 18 at Logan Wheeler American Legion Post 36, 1120 N. 34th Ave., Yakima.

The Mystery of the Man With the Striking Eyes

Our photo mystery this week revolves around a gorgeous photo of a man with piercing eyes. Photo Detective Maureen A. Taylor is ready to see if she can crack this case! There are family photographs that transcend a historical document to become a work of art.

Washington man accused of sexually abusing, assaulting Oregon woman

A 34-year-old Washington man is facing sex abuse and assault charges, accused of attacking a woman on the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation in Oregon. KIMA TV reports that FBI agents arrested 34-year-old Almonzo Antonio Castaneda on Tuesday at his home in Yakima.

WA Chief Calls it Career after Three Decades

Feb. 26--YAKIMA, WA-- At 27 years old, Bob Stewart and two friends made a road trip that would change his life. On a whim, the three drove from Salem, Ore., to Yakima -- a town Stewart says at the time he couldn't have pointed to on a map -- to take a test to become firefighters.

School delays and closures for Monday, Feb. 26, 2018

Here's a look at which school districts are experiencing a delay or are closed for February 26, 2018: Here's a look at which school districts are experiencing a delay or are closed for February 26, 2018: 2 HR DELAY Garfield-Palouse SD Liberty SD CLOSED ?Mullan SD Whitepine SD KHQ will continue to update the list as more calls come into the newsroom from school districts. Here's a look at which school districts are experiencing a delay or are closed for February 26, 2018: 2 HR DELAY Garfield-Palouse SD Liberty SD CLOSED ?Mullan SD Whitepine SD KHQ will continue to update the list as more calls come into the newsroom from school districts.

Care facilities lacking for some injured Washington wildlife

Washington state's strict state laws prevent the public from taking in and treating injured wild animals without a permit, or from earning money for providing care. That leaves the state Department of Fish and Wildlife with few options when officers fined injured eagles, deer or other wild animals.

Albert L. Martin

He graduated from Davis High School in Yakima, , in 1953, and furthered his education at Yakima Valley Community College. He continued his education at the Montana School of mines, where he was honored with a Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering.

Yakima homeless shelter gets conditional OK; many neighbors vow to...

Neighboring residents and business owners near a proposed permanent homeless shelter in Yakima say they don't plan to accept Friday's project approval without a fight. The city of Yakima hearing examiner approved the building's location with a few conditions - staff members have to be trained and ready to respond to complaints from neighbors at any time and the shelter's "good neighbor police" is mandated as a part of the decision.

Police in Washington state sell seized assault weapons

Sales clerk Tom Wallitner holds up a Mossberg 715T .22-caliber semi-automatic rifle during an auction at Johnny's Auction House in Rochester, Thurston County. When selling weapons, sheriff's offices and police departments have sold AR-15s, AK47s and other assault weapons, a practice criticized by some law enforcement officials.

5 Things To Do This Weekend

Don't know what to do this weekend? We've got you covered; here are this week's top picks for entertainment in the Yakima Valley. 7:30 p.m. today; The Capitol Theatre, 19 S. Third St.; $36; , , 509-853-2787 You don't have to dance at a Tiempo Libre concert.

YVC celebrates V-Day to end violence against women

Yakima Valley College took part in V-Day on Tuesday, a day to raise awareness about violence, exploitation and discrimination against women. The idea grew out of the play "The Vagina Monologues" which celebrates femininity and the movement to stop violence against women.

Childhood dream becomes colorful reality for Yakima woman

In this Friday, Feb. 9, 2018 photo, Kate Bowditch of Yakima colors with the Harmon Center's coloring group in Yakima, Wash. Bowditch has a passion for fine arts and draws her own coloring books.

Childhood dream becomes colorful reality for Yakima woman

If life has taught Kate Bowditch anything, it's to do what she wants, even when people tell her no. That philosophy is based on an important premise - you never know where that experiment will take you.

Crashes involving 25 vehicles shut down snow-slicked I-90

Twenty-five vehicles - including three jackknifed semi trucks - were involved in multiple collisions Saturday, causing minor injuries and major delays as westbound Interstate 90 east of Cle Elum shut down for hours all the way to Ellensburg. Trooper Brian Moore of the Washington State Patrol first reported the collisions on Twitter at 10:31 a.m. The closure that started at milepost 88 eventually was extended farther east to Ellensburg at milepost 109 to allow emergency crews to reach the crashes, said Trooper John Bryant, spokesman for the WSP based in Kittitas County.

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