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YAKIMA, Wash. -- Winning their fourth straight game and locking up a home game for the district semifinals, West Valley’s girls started fast and stayed strong en route to a 48-36 victory over Davis in CBBN basketball Tuesday night on the Rams’ home court.

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YAKIMA, Wash. -- Winning their fourth straight game and locking up a home game for the district semifinals, West Valley’s girls started fast and stayed strong en route to a 48-36 victory over Davis in CBBN basketball Tuesday night on the Rams’ home court.

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OAKLAND, Calif. — During a brief pause in the national anthem Saturday night at Oracle Arena, a voice from the rafters could be heard faintly: “Super ...”

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SALT LAKE CITY — Don’t blame the defensive scheme.

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL

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YAKIMA, Wash. -- When Dave Coleburn first began taking wolves and cougars into elementary schools, the animals were his metaphor for alerting children to be wary of other “predators” — drugs, alcohol, murder and suicide.

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The state-of-the-art Ste. Michelle Wine Estates WSU Wine Science Center opened June 4, 2015, in Tri-Cities, the heart of Washington wine country. One of the most technologically advanced wine science centers in the world, the new center supports the unparalleled growth of Washington’s wine industry. Read more

YAKIMA, Wash. -- For the state’s top two Class 4A wrestling teams — Moses Lake and Sunnyside — the start to the postseason and road to Mat Classic runs right through Davis Gym today and Saturday.

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It could be a historic night for Central Washington’s women.

A pair of familiar names and familiar faces will be back with the Pippins this season.