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Mike Bastinelli

I've been in the Valley since 1988. Grew up in Tacoma, went to high school and college in Oregon. Started my radio career in Raymond, Wash., in 1981, then moved to Texas and Pennsylvania before coming back to my home state. I love the Yakima Valley with its four seasons and lots of sunshine, and I love being a cheerleader for all of the good stuff we have in the valley. I've been married to my beautiful wife Kim for 31 years and I have three amazing daughters -- Brooke, Melissa and Brianne -- and two loyal four-legged sons, Leo and Shadow. In my free time I love to work out or head to the mountains or my favorite winery. At home I love watching my Hawks, Mariners and Huskies or cooking my favorite pasta dish. Oh, by the way I do own a pasta sauce business called "Bastinelli's Best." Shameless plug!
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Semi Takes Out Traffic Lights-First and Walnut is Closed

If you're thinking about driving down South First Street, you might want to rethink your route. A flatbed semitruck driving south on First tried to make a turn to head west on Walnut. The truck clipped a pole holding up all of the signal lights, knocking the lights to the street and shutting down the intersection

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Category: Yakima News
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Yakima Police Release Names and Photos Charged with Patronizing a Prostitute

This is the week Yakima Police are making public the names and pictures of people arrested for trying to hire a prostitute.  Yakima Police Captain Rod Light says "for the past month police have been focusing on a problem area for the city, North First Street, where a lot of prostitutes work, we have undercover police who are working as prostitutes and we are making a plethora of arrest

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Category: Yakima News
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Ibanez and Safeco Joe Lead Mariners to Win Over the White Sox

Mariner manager Eric Wedge called it the best at bat of the year.  Raul Ibanez said he was just trying to keep fighting.  After falling behind in an 0-2 count, Ibanez stayed alive to hit a home-run on the 13th pitch of his third inning at bat. It was the most pitches a Mariner batter has seen before homering since 1988.  Ibanez' two-run homer led the M's to a 4-2 win over the Chicago White Sox.

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Category: Sports

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