Ted Skroback

Multi-Media Journalist

I'm very excited to be in the Yakima area. I have loved my experience here so far and hope to build lasting memories through telling your story.

Born and raised in beautiful Tucson, Arizona; I got my dream to attend my hometown school, THE University of Arizona.   I have been in the TV business for seven years now, starting my career in high school. I've worked most of my years freelancing for sports networks in Southern Arizona when they broadcast national sports. In some facet I have worked for ESPN, FOX Sports, MLB Network, NBC Sports, CBS Sports and others. Most recently I was a camera operator for PAC-12 Networks; before that I was at KOLD-TV in Tucson as a Video-journalist for over one year.

Articles

New Degree In Craft Brewing Is Being Offered At CWU

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Central Washington is known for hops, but it may soon be known for home grown beer brewers as well.
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Another Yakima County Fire Ruled Arson

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A second arson fire in rural Yakima County destroys almost $400,000 worth of fruit bins near Wapato.
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Re-Drawing A City: Don't Forget the Precincts

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The ACLU has now redrawn the voting districts here in Yakima, but someone from Yakima County (the County Auditor’s office) actually has to go in and make sure that all these districts work-- with how the current voting process works.
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Heritage Drops Tuition In Hopes Of Adding Educational Leaders To Community

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Heritage University is promoting a change to the postgraduate education degrees the school offers.
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National Beer Day Reminds Us How Valuable Yakima Valley Is To Beer Industry

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Pop one, and pour one, for national beer day, but how does your beer get that bitter flavor to equal out that sweet taste? 
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Local Mariners Fans Enjoy Opening Day 2015

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The 2014 season ended in heart break--as the M's finished just one game back from a playoff spot.
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Yakima Council Meets, No Decision On Appeal

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Will the city appeal the federal judge's ruling has been the question? Still no firm answer.
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Yakima County New Voter Registration Numbers Stay Steady

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You'd think registration numbers would begin to climb--but as of now they are even with last year’s registration numbers.
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Heritage Students Research Could Identify A Host For Potato Disease

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What is this liberibacter--pathogen--zebra stuff? Well it disfigures potatoes, losing the industry millions every year.
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The Squeeze Inn Opens Doors Back Up To Keep Family Legacy Alive

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Since the 1930's the traditional place to get a good affordable prime rib dinner in Zillah had always been at the Squeeze Inn. 
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Bridge Cleanup Will Cause Minor Delays Heading East on I-82

Road Work

Traffic will be slowed down this week on I-82 east of Selah while crews clean the Naches and Yakima River bridges.
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Homeless Numbers Spike Over 2015 Shelter Season

Homeless shelter numbers

Yakima's sunrise outreach center is reporting a big spike in overnight stays this season at the emergency homeless shelters.
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Yakima, Again, Finalist To Be All-American

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Yakima is readying it’s presentation again to try and be awarded an All-American City.
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Vet To Be Honored Sunday At Sarg Hubbard Park

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Sunday is "Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day," and part of a Yakima celebration will highlight one local war vet.
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Ike and Davis Get Their Stadium Back

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Zaepfel Stadium and Don Holder Track are christened today to the two Yakima district high schools.
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Union Gap Gets Police Department; City Manager Gets Raise

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With Union Gap merging fire services with Yakima the city does not require a public safety director anymore
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Wapato High School Students Gearing Up To Show Off To NASA

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"Right now we are just biting our nails and getting ready for NASA," said Wapato High School student Brandon Nez.
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Union Gap Council Meeting Could Shed Light On Future Of City Police Department

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The future of a Union Gap Police Department could be decided tonight
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Yakima City Council Meets To Discuss Options In ACLU Case

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The Yakima City Council held a special meeting this morning to further discuss its options in the ACLU lawsuit.
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Judge Denies Motion For Reconsideration in Yakima vs ACLU Case

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A federal judge quickly denies Yakima’s motion for reconsideration in the voter redistricting case against the ACLU
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