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Heat, drought cook fish alive in Pacific NorthwestHeat, drought cook fish alive in Pacific NorthwestHigh temperatures — coupled with the low water levels — can be lethal to fish.
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Bobbi Kristina's aunt speaks to reportersBobbi Kristina's aunt speaks to reportersLeolah Brown has been critical of Pat Houston, who controls Whitney's estate.
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After triple digit temperatures, Portland cools to 90sAfter triple digit temperatures, Portland cools to 90sPortland hit 100 degrees on Friday.
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Blue-green algae advisory at Vancouver LakeBlue-green algae advisory at Vancouver LakeClark County health officials are warning people to avoid contact with Vancouver Lake due to toxic blue-green algae.
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Your Pics: Blue MoonYour Pics: Blue MoonYour Pics: Blue Moon
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Weekend Weather ForecastWeekend Weather ForecastHEAT WAVE continues
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Sex abuse trial set for Portland gay rights activistSex abuse trial set for Portland gay rights activistA prosecutor says the sexual abuse trial against Oregon gay rights activist Terry Bean won't happen unless the alleged 17-year-old victim is found and subpoenaed.
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Pickathon underway this weekend; Portlandia films episodePickathon underway this weekend; Portlandia films episodeThe New York Times calls it "admirably decentered." Paste Magazine praises its "stunning aesthetics." Rolling Stone named it one of this summer's must-see music festivals.
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Wildfires prompt Brown to declare state of emergency in Calif.Wildfires prompt Brown to declare state of emergency in Calif.Gov. Jerry Brown declares state of emergency for California in wake of wildfires.
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SUV crashes into Plaid Pantry in NE PortlandSUV crashes into Plaid Pantry in NE PortlandAn SUV slammed into a convenience store in Northeast Portland Saturday morning.
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Wrestling legend 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper diesWrestling legend 'Rowdy' Roddy Piper diesPopular wrestler "Rowdy" Roddy Piper died Friday afternoon, according to a report from TMZ Sports.
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- Southern Oregon
Stouts fire spreads to more than 13 squares milesStouts fire spreads to more than 13 squares milesFirefighters in southwest Oregon continue to fight a rapidly spreading wildfire that's spread to more than 13 square miles.
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10Best: Bike rides by the water10Best: Bike rides by the waterTravelers who love waterfronts and cycling can find both on a growing network of bike trails.
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Shots fired near birthday party for shooting victimShots fired near birthday party for shooting victimKGW's Mike Benner reports the gathering at the 5000 block of North Commercial Avenue was a birthday party for Marquis Chaney, who was shot and killed in March.
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Red Bull's Flugtag comes to Portland SaturdayRed Bull's Flugtag comes to Portland SaturdayAre airplanes and gliders too mainstream for you? Then you probably want to head to Red Bull's Flugtag event Saturday at Waterfront Park.
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Lake Mead gives up its ghosts as drought worsensLake Mead gives up its ghosts as drought worsens(NEWSER) – The drought in the West is hurting Nevada's Lake Mead in the most obvious sense.
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Satirical graphic shows effects of drinking PBRSatirical graphic shows effects of drinking PBRA day after a graphic claiming to explain what happens to your body one hour after drinking a coke went viral, Huffington Post responded with a satirical graphic showing what happens to your body an hour after drinking a Pabst Blue Ribbon.
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Hello Kitty Supercute Friendship Festival comes to PortlandHello Kitty Supercute Friendship Festival comes to PortlandJust when you think you've seen everything in Portland, Hello Kitty takes over the Veterans Memorial Coliseum for the weekend.
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Suspect sought in Taco Bell hit-and-run; victim criticalSuspect sought in Taco Bell hit-and-run; victim criticalA man was critically injured after being hit by a car at a Taco Bell in Southeast Portland Wednesday afternoon, according to Portland police.
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Ducks coach Helfrich keeping quiet about new QBDucks coach Helfrich keeping quiet about new QBIf former Eastern Washington star Vernon Adams is the next starting quarterback at Oregon, Ducks head coach Mark Helfrich isn't saying.
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Hales going to White House to discuss environmental planHales going to White House to discuss environmental planPortland Mayor Charlie Hales will attend a conference at the White House on Monday to discuss the Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Power Plan.
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Judge rules Ore. death row inmate's lawyers did bad jobJudge rules Ore. death row inmate's lawyers did bad jobAn Oregon death row inmate, twice convicted of murder, could get another chance to convince a jury he does not deserve the death penalty.
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Fennica headed to Arctic; complete recap of protestsFennica headed to Arctic; complete recap of protestsThe Shell Oil icebreaker Fennica was at the center of a protest at the St. Johns Bridge Thursday.
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Photos: Protesting Shell Oil icebreaker shipPhotos: Protesting Shell Oil icebreaker shipPhotos: Protesting Shell Oil icebreaker ship
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8 facts about the #ShellNo protest in Portland8 facts about the #ShellNo protest in PortlandGreenpeace activists are hanging from the St. Johns Bridge to try and stop a Shell Oil ship from heading to the Arctic. Are you wondering who these activists are, and what exactly are they protesting?
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Check your commute: Traffic camera mapsCheck your commute: Traffic camera mapsCheck your commute: Traffic camera maps
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Four new calves have survived a year in the wild and members of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife want to make sure they continue to thrive.
While fishing in North Carolina, local Stanley Correll, Jr. experienced what some people are calling a one-in a-million type catch.
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When her baby stopped breathing and turned blue, this California mom did everything she knew to revive him. Then she called 911 and the operator stayed calm as she instructed her how to save her 3-month-old son's life.
A man dialed the emergency number for the West Yorkshire Police to report that his girlfriend had let the cat eat his bacon and that he wanted to press charges. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the rest.
A boy born without a part of his skull may be able to engage in physical activities thanks to surgeons in Atlanta, Georgia. Medical professionals have surgically implanted a new skull.
Witnesses couldn't believe their eyes when they saw a man trying to roll under a moving train. Hear from the man who caught the heart-stopping act on camera.
A father was pulled over for speeding in Indiana and the trooper asked the driver's daughter if he should get a ticket. Video provided by Newsy
Arshawna Warren got a shocking breast cancer diagnosis before she was old enough to drive a car. After a self exam turned up something abnormal, this teen went on to beat breast cancer. See how her diagnosis has been turned into a mission for teens
At the 90th annual Chincoteague pony swim, herds of wild ponies swim across the channel from Assateague island to Chincoteague, Virginia. The ponies are then paraded through town by the Saltwater Cowboys.
This taxidermist preserves chipmunks and outfits them with Michigan State University and University of Michigan uniforms. See the tiny teams arranged on a mini football field.
The grandaughter of a World War II veteran is distraught after her grandparent's love letters were stolen. Thieves stole the letters without an apparent motive.
A Texas town has worms in their drinking water. The private company responsible blames the invasion on a power outage and broken equipment.
Money expert Matt Granite explores what items are best purchased online and what items are better left to the in-store shopping experience.
An eight-year-old boy named Zion has made history as the world's first bilateral hand transplant on a child. But his spirit is what is capturing the world's attention.
A teen in Albuquerque, New Mexico died after a dispatcher hung up on the woman trying to save him. He had been shot when the caller dialed 911.