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- Photos: A foggy morning in Portland
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NYC mayor: Snowstorm could be worst everNYC mayor: Snowstorm could be worst everBlizzard watches are in place for much of the region for Sunday night and Monday.
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Olympia mother arrested; 3 children suffer wounds to neckOlympia mother arrested; 3 children suffer wounds to neckPolice say an Olympia mother has been arrested after her three young children suffered severe knife wounds to their necks.
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Weather ForecastWeather ForecastWarm air mass continues Monday
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Bill Belichick on Deflategate: Patriots 'followed every rule to the letter'Bill Belichick on Deflategate: Patriots 'followed every rule to the letter'Bill Belichick hosted an impromptu press conference Saturday to reveal results of an internal study into Deflategate.
- New England Patriots
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Report: NFL warns Lynch crotch grab will cost 15 yardsReport: NFL warns Lynch crotch grab will cost 15 yardsAnother touchdown crotch grab could cost Marshawn Lynch more than just money.
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Police: Shooting outside Lloyd Center Mall; no injuriesPolice: Shooting outside Lloyd Center Mall; no injuriesPortland police are investigating a shooting outside Lloyd Center Mall; officials say there are no known injuries.
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PDX Carpet: Fame, selfies and life after the airportPDX Carpet: Fame, selfies and life after the airportHow the Portland Airport's carpet rose to fame, and why thousands are mourning its removal.
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Her house is gone! 5 craziest crimes of the weekHer house is gone! 5 craziest crimes of the weekA bulldozing-happy husband, an alleged "distracted-driver" and a Doogie Howser wannabe feature in the weirdest crime stories of the week.
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Couple who hid love for 72 years finally marryCouple who hid love for 72 years finally marryThis couple kept their love a secret for 72 years
- Nation Now
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Oregon focus of effort to expand background checks for gunsOregon focus of effort to expand background checks for gunsA leading gun control group backed by billionaire Michael Bloomberg is hoping to make Oregon its next prize in a campaign to require gun sales to go through universal background checks.
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FBI: No bombs found on planes in Atlanta after threatsFBI: No bombs found on planes in Atlanta after threatsPolice bomb and dog teams searched two planes at Atlanta's main airport Saturday after authorities received what they descried as credible bomb threats.
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The best tech for Super Bowl SundayThe best tech for Super Bowl SundayThese are the coolest apps and gadgets to get ahead of the big game.
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Grant's Getaways: Kilchis Point ReserveGrant's Getaways: Kilchis Point ReserveIf you know where to look, there are some chapters of Oregon history that come to life in the great outdoors.
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Police arrest Salem man in cat poisoning casePolice arrest Salem man in cat poisoning caseMultiple cats were found dead in Salem. Some of their owners suspect that a neighbor laced cat food with antifreeze to keep the felines out of his yard.
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Wizard World Comic Con: 'You can be yourself here'Wizard World Comic Con: 'You can be yourself here'It's fitting that there would be not one, but two comic-themed conventions in a city where the motto is "Keep Portland Weird."
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Suspect indicted in SE Portland murderSuspect indicted in SE Portland murderA Multnomah County grand jury on Friday indicted a suspect in a man's murder outside a Southeast Portland apartment complex earlier this month.
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Volunteers take stand against sex trafficking on I-5Volunteers take stand against sex trafficking on I-5A group dedicated to saving young women from forced prostitution took a very public stand, Friday, lining Interstate-5 off ramps for hours in the rain.
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Seized guns in carry-on bags more than double at PDXSeized guns in carry-on bags more than double at PDXMore Americans are getting lackadaisical when it comes to securing firearms, according to TSA officials.
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Woman jumps on hood of suspect's car after purse snatchingWoman jumps on hood of suspect's car after purse snatchingA woman whose purse was snatched at a Northeast Portland Fred Meyer store wasn't going to let the thief get away with it.
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Suspect surrenders after Oregon City standoffSuspect surrenders after Oregon City standoffA SWAT team surrounded a home in Oregon City after gunfire erupted at the house late Thursday night. Friday morning police found no one inside the home, but the suspect who fled turned himself in several hours later.
- Clackamas County
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Noted Gresham skier killed in Italian avalancheNoted Gresham skier killed in Italian avalancheDavid Rosenbarger, 38, was considered one of world's top ski mountaineers
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Central Catholic linebacker receives offer from OregonCentral Catholic linebacker receives offer from OregonCentral Catholic junior linebacker and wide receiver La'Mar Winston announced on Twitter Sunday night that he received a scholarship offer from the University of Oregon.
- High School
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Five Takeaways: Week 3 of league playFive Takeaways: Week 3 of league playWeek three of 6A Portland high school basketball league play is in the books. Here are five observations I had from last week's action.
- High School
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Winterhawks down Thunderbirds 4-3 in OTWinterhawks down Thunderbirds 4-3 in OTMiles Koules scored the winning goal in overtime as the Portland Winterhawks (27-19-0-3) beat the Seattle Thunderbirds (22-19-2-3) 4-3 Saturday in Seattle.
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2-year-old dies after shooting himself with dad's gun2-year-old dies after shooting himself with dad's gunToddler found unlocked weapon in the glove compartment of the family car.
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As New York City braces for the possibility of up to 20 inches of snow, here's a look back at some of the biggest winter storms to hit the city since 2000.
Peyton Huss had been looking forward to the National Western Stock Show for a long time. But after her friend passed away suddenly, she knew she had to do something to honor his memory.
You can almost imagine this panda exclaiming "Woo hoo!" as he tumbles through the snow at the Toronto Zoo. For more fun videos of Da Mao and his friends, visit youtube.com/TorontoZooChannel
Bomb threats on Twitter prompted NORAD to scramble two fighter jets ahead of two planes arriving in Atlanta Saturday: Delta Flight 1156 and Southwest Flight 2492. Bomb squads searched both planes and found no explosives.
Passengers describe what it was like on board two planes that were searched and evacuated in Atlanta after bomb threats were made on Twitter. No bombs were found.
An improvised explosive device nearly killed U.S. Marine Michael Fox in 2011. He lost both his legs and injured his left arm in the explosion. Thanks to a gift from the Freedom Alliance, Fox has gotten some of mobility back.
Tosh, a Hungarian Puli, loves the snow. His owner captured this video of him frolicking in the Colorado snow...try not to squeal in delight.
The Islamic State has reportedly released a new video claiming that one of two Japanese hostages has been beheaded. While the Japanese government works to confirm its authenticity, at least one militant claims the message is fake.
Ernie Banks has passed away at the age of 83. "Mr. Cub" played his entire 19-year career with the Chicago Cubs and was a first-ballot Hall of Famer.
In the aftermath of the November riots, business has been extremely slow for some Ferguson establishments. Many are finding it too difficult to stay open.