The Forest Service is now warning people to stop taking selfies with bears.
Celebrating our differences. One local mom started a business in honor of her son who was born nearly blind in one eye.
An employee at the Des Moines airport has shed an incredible amount of weight, just by walking. Kim St. Onge explains.
A new ship may save the day during the next disaster. The boat is basically a parking lot at sea that uses hovercrafts to travel. Joe Little is aboard with this ship's story.
The Healthy Grocery Girl is back to show us how to have a fun Halloween party using ghost cookie cutters or other festive shapes for making homemade tortilla chips paired with hummus and guacamole.
Click "play video" to hear from George Taylor and Steven Pond, the guys behind the Next Glass beer census.
Call it instant karma. A bus driver beat a purse-snatcher with a bat. And it was all caught on camera. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
One Oklahoma church is causing a stir with an event this weekend. Rick Maranon reports they are bringing cold suds into the sanctuary.
A lump of gold about the size of your hand could be worth nearly half-a-million dollars. Rob Roth shows us the giant nugget that could make a prospector very rich!
There's a new Italian sports car coming to America, but you won't be able to drive this super-car, unless you've got two-million bucks lying around. Peter Valdes de Pena takes us for a test drive.
A couple in Iowa are new parents, after finding out they were having a baby.. Only after the woman went into labor! Dave Franzman has the details.
The makers of a new app are trying to map the beer genome, so to speak. In the world of craft beers, the app developers want to find out -- empirically -- what makes a beer different from other beers. Matt Markovich reports the goal is to give people a better idea of what they should pour into their "Next Glass."
A luxury hotel is accused of being the fashion police in a federal lawsuit over hair! CBS2s Carolyn Gusoff shows us the offending hairdo from long beach.
As if this year couldn't get any better for fans of the Kansas City Royals, a young fan has been given a special gift. The boy has spent most of the baseball season fighting cancer. Syed Shabbir reports the boy's neighbor started raising money to give him a trip to the World Series.
Click "play video" to hear from trainer Troy Harvey from Club Sport Oregon.
Here's one prediction that will definitely come true - you'll never get Matt Johnson or Mary Loos to play with a Ouija board.
Click "play video" to hear from Chris Shortel, a professor at Portland State.
Click "play video" to hear from Dr. Debbie Eisenhut.
Click "play video" to hear from a group of teenagers who are trying to turn bulies into friends.
Clilck "play video" fo see Matt Johnson and Mary Loos have some fun with a political debate flap.
KATU News dropped by by Sabin Elementary School in Northeast Portland recently to canvass the politically savvy members of Mrs. McKinney's 2nd-grade class about the election tomorrow.