New federal regulations to make sure feed is safe for animals may have an unintended consequence. Beer brewers are objecting to a proposed federal rule that would make it harder for breweries to sell leftover grains as animal feed instead of throwing them away. Don Ford shows us that involves cows ... and beer.
KATU Reporter Ian Parker got in on the Cirque Du Soleil moves.
They don't call it snail mail for nothing. A New York woman finally receives mail that was long overdue. Hazel Sanchez has the story.
A West Michigan father has been reunited with his daughter's missing cremains, after her urn was stolen from his home four weeks ago. Two boys found it in the snow along a road in Grand Rapids. But it took a TV news report to connect it to the father. As Ann Marie Laflamme reports, it's been an emotional rollercoaster for him.
Ken Westin, a security analyst with Tripwire in Portland, joined KATU News Thursday morning to talk about the Heartbleed bug. Click 'play video' to watch the interview.
Make whatever pun about politics you prefer, the race for mayor of Divide, Colorado, is turning into a real zoo. Even with 11 candidates running for office, not a single one of them is human. Kevin Torres reports a group of animals are running for mayor and they're doing it for a good cause.
We're used to the judge's surprised reactions on talent shows when the person on stage is better than they assume they will be. But what happens when their expectations are glaring accurate? Normally, the person gets quickly pulled off stage, but on "X Factor" in New Zealand, they let this terrible singer go on and on, and they even gave him a hug!