Wanna see a dead body?
Earlier today, I swung by my old (new!) high school in West Valley for an awards presentation. As I strode to the main entrance, I saw a number of people in white lab coats, armed with clipboards, cameras and other equipment surveying an area adjacent to front doors that had been cordoned off with y…
Time to lift the curfew?
The town of Pasco has lifted its juvenile curfew. According to the Tri-City Herald, the City Council dropped the ordinance last week after concluding the 22-year-old curfew was unenforceable and possibly unconstitutional.
The city's action raises a similar question for Yakima.
Surely, by now, you've heard of "life hacks." Since we're living in Yakima, Andy and I thought we'd present, as a public service, little helpful tips for those residing in our valley that may be useful.  Call it a "Yak Hack," if you will.
Takin' it back
Organizers of a gathering this weekend say it's time for Yakima to stand as one and take back the community.
Yakima Unity is hosting a free "Stop the Violence" event this Saturday (April 30) from 1-4 p.m. Miller Park. 513 N. Third St...
Prisoner of love?
This week's sign that the apocalypse is upon us:
A fourth-grader in Hillsborough, Fla., is being threatened by his school with criminal sexual harassment charges ... for writing "love notes" to the girl he has a crush on.
Yakima Fails To Fail
The folks at have done the heavy lifting and, surely to the surprise of some, have determined that the city of Yakima is not one of the 10 most dangerous cities in Washington to reside in.
The criminal element isn't always the smartest lot, as evidenced recently on the nationally syndicated Judge Judy television show.

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