YAKIMA, Wash. -- Action News followed up to see what was being done to solve the problem of police radios that weren't working in parts of Yakima. Radios will be switched from a wideband to narrowband frequency. This makes twice as many channels available. It should be done by next week. The police department will then evaluate how well the new system is working and make adjustments from there.
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