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Local Obama: Shelving 'The Interview' a mistake Obama: Shelving 'The Interview' a mistake
President Barack Obama said Friday that Sony Pictures Entertainment "made a mistake" in shelving a satirical film about a plot to assassinate North Korea's leader.
Local Seahawks Gift Guide Seahawks Gift Guide (Photo Gallery)
Thank goodness for the Seahawks! Not only are they a great team and super entertaining tomorrow - the wealth of Seahawks-themed EVERYTHING in this city makes gifting very, very easy. Take a look at some of our favorite Hawks gift items.
Local 2 states challenge Colorado marijuana legalization 2 states challenge Colorado marijuana legalization
Nebraska and Oklahoma on Thursday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to declare Colorado's legalization of marijuana unconstitutional, saying the drug is being brought from Colorado into neighboring states.
Local Ten gifts to give your career Ten gifts to give your career
Are you busy giving gifts to others this holiday season? The Problem Solvers urge you to give 10 gifts to your career.
Local 'From the road you could see backbones, you could see ribs' 'From the road you could see backbones, you could see ribs' (Video)
Thanks to photographs posted on social media, people from across the country contacted Lane County Animal Services about the welfare of six horses in a pasture off Elk Road. Four of the animals are now recovering; two others have new homes.
Local Stumptown Startups: Whiskey your way from Time and Oak Stumptown Startups: Whiskey your way from Time and Oak (Video)
Tony Peniche did some research and realized whiskey gets its flavor from time -how long it's aged -and oak - or the quality of barrels it's aged in. That's why he started the aptly-named Time and Oak, which lets people season bottles of whisky their own way.
Local 66 years ago, beavers parachuted into Idaho's backcountry 66 years ago, beavers parachuted into Idaho's backcountry
As the Idaho Department of Fish and Game has celebrated its 75th anniversary this year, a number of wild tales of wildlife management have surfaced, and none are better than Geronimo’s.