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Suspect dead after 3 killed in Yakima convenience store shooting

YAKIMA — A tragic day in Yakima ended Tuesday afternoon when the suspect in an early morning triple homicide shot himself in the head, according...

Shooting at Yakima convenience store kills 3, suspect at large

YAKIMA — Three people were killed in a shooting at a convenience store in central Washington state early Tuesday, police said, and the suspect is...

Chelan captures third consecutive 1A title

YAKIMA – Doubtful that the Class 1A volleyball world needed a reminder of the embarrassment of riches the Chelan program is working with.Source: Wenatchee World

Saturday vigil planned for missing Omak teen with ties to Yakima

YAKIMA — A vigil is planned Saturday for an Indigenous teen who is missing from Omak but has ties to the Yakima area.Source: Wenatchee World

Newhouse maintains lead, will return to Congress

YAKIMA — U.S. Rep. Dan Newhouse won 89,987 votes across Central Washington’s District 4 as of Wednesday afternoon, according to results from the Office of...

Pan de muerto: A delicious Day of the Dead tradition

YAKIMA — It’s time for delicious pan de muerto, a special bread that celebrates Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. Who doesn’t...

Stanford University to study foreign ag worker program in WA

YAKIMA — Use of the H-2A program, where agricultural employers hire foreign workers seasonally when they cannot find enough local labor, has skyrocketed since the...

Wenatchee among 10 Sonic Drive-Ins closed because of financial dispute

YAKIMA — A financial dispute between the parent company of Sonic Drive-Ins and a group of Pacific Northwest franchisees prompted a lawsuit that has closed...

Accounting firm Homchick, Smith & Associates merges with Larson Gross

WENATCHEE — Wenatchee accounting firm Homchick Smith & Associates is merging with Bellingham-based Larson Gross, a full-service accounting and consulting firm with offices in Burlington,...

Yakima court keeps video appearances for jail inmates

YAKIMA — When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in 2020, Yakima County Superior Court took steps to help slow its spread through social distancing.Source: Wenatchee World