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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
Granny wants in on Cinco, too

Domex Superfresh Growers suggests cross-promoting granny smith apples with Tajin for sales around Cinco de Mayo festivities. Domex Superfresh Growers , Yakima, Wash., is promoting granny smith apples as an ideal variety to include in Cinco de Mayo festivities because of its popularity with millenials and Hispanic communities.

Second animal abuse trial set for Washington state couple

A second trial for a Washington state couple facing three first-degree and 12 second-degree charges of animal abuse is scheduled to start Tuesday in Kittitas County Superior Court. The Yakima Herald reports that a Kittitas County jury was unable to reach a verdict in July 2017 on the case against Deborah and James Kingcade.

Correction: Home Invasion-Shooting story

In a Feb. 19, 2017 story about a home invasion and shooting in Yakima, Washington, The Associated Press reported erroneously reported the circumstances of the incident. The homeowner shot one suspect, not two, and the shooting occurred during the home invasion, not as the suspects fled.

Prized new apple sows seeds of discord between WSU and ag-tech firm

"Only God can make a tree," declared the poet - but only Washington State University or its agents can license production of "the tree that bears Cosmic Crisp brand apples," contends a federal lawsuit filed against Seattle-based ag-biotech company Phytelligence. The prized apple, bred and refined over decades by WSU researchers and then patented and trademarked by the university, is due to reach consumers next year.

Washington's apple and cherry industry wary of trade war

Cherry and apple growers in Washington state are worried their exports to China will be hurt by a trade war that escalated on April 2, when that country raised import duties on a $3 billion list of products. Kate Woods, a vice president of the Northwest Horticultural Council in Yakima, Wash., says they hope the issue is resolved before cherry harvest begins in June.

View on Film: Laughter and tears in Shandling documentary

YAKIMA, Wash. -- I have always loved to laugh. I don't know what it is about laughter, but I've always searched for things that make me laugh.

robots and autonomous systems

Don Sando, deputy to the commanding general at the Maneuver Center of Excellence, announced the plan at the Ground Robotics Capabilities Conference hosted by the National Defense Industrial Association. Whether physical or virtual, the Robotics Innovation Center will be a chance for the Training and Doctrine Command's Maneuver Robotics and Autonomous Systems Office to work with other Defense Department groups, academia and industry.

The Brewmaster's Taproom presents a BBQ party with Varietal Beer Company on May 13th

The Brewmaster's Taproom is hosting a beer- and BBQ-fueled fundraiser for Yakima-area dog rescue on Sunday, May 13th. The event features beer from Varietal Beer Company , a new brewery in Sunnyside, Washington.

Merger medicine: The culture of insta-care

Dr. Navya Mysore was frustrated while working for a large New York health system, so she moved to One Medical, a venture-backed practice, where she gets to spend more time with her patients. In this new medical age of urgent care centers and retail clinics, that's not a simple question.

WA Firefighter Hurt After Fall Through Floor is Recovering

April 06--YAKIMA, Wash. -- A Yakima firefighter injured in an April 1 house fire has been released from the hospital.

Saturday WX

On April 23, 1991, 34-year-old Susan Marable was seen at the Sports Center Tavern in Yakima, Washington getting into a maroon pick-up truck. No one has heard from her since.

The Disappearing Doctor: How Mega-Mergers Are Changing the Business of Medical Care

In this new medical age of urgent care centers and retail clinics, that's not a simple question. Nor does it have a simple answer, as primary care doctors become increasingly scarce.

Photo: Dr. Carl Olden's office at Pacific Crest Family Me

Dr. Carl Olden's office at Pacific Crest Family Medicine in Yakima, Wash., March 12, 2018.

Homicide victim found under bridge last year identified

A homicide victim who was found dead under a bridge more than a year ago in central Washington has been identified. The Yakima Herald reports 39-year-old Linda Dave was found Feb. 15, 2017 by state Department of Transportation workers inspecting a U.S. Highway 97 bridge south of Toppenish.

One person detained, detectives investigate stabbing near Division and Sinto

Spokane Police is on scene of a stabbing near Division and Sinto. Officials on scene tell KHQ that the victim suffered a stab wound and was taken to the hospital.

Education notebook: Linwood Elementary's Naccarato-Keele named...

Linwood Elementary School Principal Gina Naccarato-Keele was named the Washington State Elementary Principal of the Year by the Association of Washington School Principals. Nacarato-Keele was honored for her commitment to academic and social programs that provide opportunities for students, especially those subject to considerable hardships outside of school.

Northwest Wine: Yakima Valley remains cradle of Washington wine - Tue, 03 Apr 2018 PST

This wide swath of land that stretches from the foothills of Mount Adams in the west to Red Mountain in the east is home to some of the state's early plantings and many of the state's most famous vineyards. It is here where Walter Clore, the "father of Washington wine," lived and conducted the research that launched the industry.

Prosecutors say money was motive in double murder at MoneyTree store - Tue, 03 Apr 2018 PST

Prosecutors argued Tuesday that the deaths of two women at a downtown payday lending store were the direct result of a Selah man's need for money and his knowledge of how to get it. In the second week of the double first-degree murder trial of Manuel Enrique Verduzco Jr., a former friend testified that five months before the killings Verduzco asked him for help paying for a pellet stove, saying he was late on payments to replace one that broke in his parents' home.

Washington state apple, cherry industries wary of trade war

In this Nov. 14, 2017, file photo Jaime Ceja operates a forklift while loading boxes of Red Delicious apples on to a trailer during his shift in an orchard in Tieton, Wash. Cherry and apple growers in Washington state are worried their exports to China will be hurt by a trade war that escalated on Monday when that country raised import duties on a $3 billion list of products.

U.S. Census: Yakima officials debate merits of White House decision...

Critics say asking census respondents if they are U.S. citizens will lead to inaccurate counts and a resulting in drop federal funding, while supporters say it's the only surefire way to prevent voter fraud and accurately represent voters. The Trump administration's decision last week to include the citizenship question in the 2020 census has raised cheers and alarm in the Yakima Valley, home to significant numbers of immigrants, many of them undocumented.

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