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CDC: All Travelers to US from Ebola-Stricken Countries to be Monitored

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says all travelers who come into the U.S. from Ebola-stricken West African nations will now be monitored for symptoms of illness for 21 days.  More>>

Yakima Approves Moratorium on New Homeless Shelters

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The Yakima City Council approved a six-month moratorium Tuesday night on any new homeless shelters in the city. 

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Shots Fired inside Canadian Parliament

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 Police aren't confirming reports that a gunman has been shot and killed in the Canadian capital of Ottawa. More>>

Woman Attacks Loss Prevention Officer at Kennewick Rite Aid

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A woman from Granite Falls is in the Benton County Jail after police say she tried to rob the Kennewick Rite Aid.  More>>

Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce to Hold Business Expo and Conference

Business Expo and Conference to be held at the Trac Center in Pasco on Wednesday. Business Expo and Conference to be held at the Trac Center in Pasco on Wednesday.
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The Tri-City Regional Chamber of Commerce is holding its Business Expo and Conference on Wednesday. More>>

Toppenish Man in Jail After Brief Standoff with Police

38-year-old Joel Trujillo has been booked into the Yakima County Jail. 38-year-old Joel Trujillo has been booked into the Yakima County Jail.
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A man from Toppenish is in jail after a brief standoff with police on Tuesday night. More>>

UPDATE: Kennewick City Council Votes to Change City Council Structure Video included

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After a discussion where all council members and the Mayor weighed in, an ordinance changing how the Kennewick City Council members represent the city has passed 4 to 2. More>>

Mother Says Message Attacked Her 9 Year-Old Special Needs Daughter Video included

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A message believed to be from a local business owner using hateful words about a woman's 9 year-old daughter with down syndrome spread quickly on Facebook this week.   More>>

In-Depth Crime Comparison Shows Details of Lower Crime Rates in Yakima Video included

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We told you recently about a decrease in several crime rates in Yakima over the past couple years. This week, we got a hold of a crime comparison that shows some drastic changes in almost every category. More>>

Historic Nuclear Reactor Model Displayed At CBC

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The model shows all the ins and outs of what a miniature working pressurized water reactor would look like.  More>>

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  • Man Tells Tale Of Survival On Outdoor Channel

    Man Tells Tale Of Survival On Outdoor Channel

    Wednesday, October 22 2014 4:09 PM EDT2014-10-22 20:09:17 GMT
    The man who fell 40 feet into an icy crevasse in Glacier National Park lives to tell the tale, and will on the Outdoor Channel.More >>
    The man who fell 40 feet into an icy crevasse in Glacier National Park lives to tell the tale, and will on the Outdoor Channel.
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  • Grant County Sheriff's Office asking for your help identifying armed robbery suspects

    Grant County Sheriff's Office asking for your help identifying armed robbery suspects

    Wednesday, October 22 2014 3:53 PM EDT2014-10-22 19:53:50 GMT
    SCHWANA, Wash. - The Grant County Sheriff's Office is hoping you might recognize the two men who robbed a gas station in Schwana, Washington Tuesday night. The first man was described by witnesses as being Hispanic, between 5'10"-6'2", wearing a black ski mask, blue coat with white sleeves and an unknown logo on the back of the coat. More >>
    SCHWANA, Wash. - The Grant County Sheriff's Office is hoping you might recognize the two men who robbed a gas station in Schwana, Washington Tuesday night. The first man was described by witnesses as being Hispanic, between 5'10"-6'2", wearing a black ski mask, blue coat with white sleeves and an unknown logo on the back of the coat. More >>
  • Spokane woman shoots 'Unicorn Deer'

    Spokane woman shoots 'Unicorn Deer'

    Wednesday, October 22 2014 2:48 PM EDT2014-10-22 18:48:35 GMT
    SPOKANE, Wash. - When you think of a unicorn, your mind jumps to the mythical creature from fairy-tales and children's books, but for one Spokane native this creature is all too real. More >>
    SPOKANE, Wash. - When you think of a unicorn, your mind jumps to the mythical creature from fairy-tales and children's books, but for one Spokane native this creature is all too real. About a week ago, Amy Calkins was hunting near Mt. Spokane when she shot her first buck, but as she got closer to the animal she was shocked by what she saw.More >>
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