Council member Kay Funk motioned to have the issue of ICE flights added to the next city council agenda for discussion but no other council members seconded her motion.
And despite the city protest the ICE flights continue Today.
Black ice made driving treacherous throughout Central Washington early this morning (Feb. 15), causing two separate semitruck accidents south of Toppenish and resulting in the closure of both directions of Interstate 82 for 13 miles.
The wrecks -- the first in the westbound lanes at Milepost 48 near Toppenish, the second in the eastbound lanes at Milepost 53 near Zillah -- brought the freeway to a
The Yakima Air Terminal -- which closed Tuesday evening because of dangerously icy conditions, then reopened Wednesday afternoon -- has closed again, according to the city of Yakima.
All flights to and from the airport have been canceled until at least Thursday morning, a city news release issued late Wednesday said...
Today was our first ice day. Many of us had to scrape the ice off our windows while balancing on our iced-over driveway, street or where ever you happen to park your car in the cold. Since my car is parked out in the open, it was blanketed with the kind of ice that you really have to put some effort into it. If you're all out of deicer or just plain don't have any (or it literally got so cold that
People near lake Mille Lacs in Minnesota this weekend witnessed sopmething you might assume only to see in a sci-fi movie. Massive amounts of ice creeped up on land, moving too fast for some; and damaging homes.
Wind gusts forced the floating ice on shore, and thankfully no injuries have been reported...
This dude decided to sled on a frozen lake. Nothing wrong with that. Sounds kind of fun if you ask me. The only problem was the weight of him on his sled caused him to break through the ice. When others come to his rescue, others started falling in as well.