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Wednesday January 20, 2016    12:38 PM
Story Heather Crank shared on Facebook:
"Tonight as we were seated a few booths down from this table I asked the server 'so what's that reserved table all about?' She then smiled and said, 'It's for our regulars. They come here for dinner every night. Today is her 91st Birthday! So we here at Applebee's wanted to do something special for her! We all signed a card and are anticipating their arriva ...

Saturday January 16, 2016    01:18 PM
Story Just before Christmas, an Iowa high school wrestler collapsed during a match and died hours later. During the school's first home dual meet since he died, an opposing wrestler forfeited his match and drew the adoration of everyone in the gym in the process. Austin Roberts' record was 14-0 during his senior season when he collapsed during the championship match of the Spencer Tiger Invitational ...

Saturday January 16, 2016    01:15 PM
Story In Madison, Wisconsin, a person hit a dog that ran into the street. The dog's owner posted this notice on Craigslist in hopes that the news will reach the driver. "To the person who ran over my dog on Nov. 14" I just wanted to say that he is okay! Saturday, Nov. 14 around 11:00 am in Sun Prairie: My dog, a medium-sized tan lab mix, darted out of the house and into the street in front of y ...

Saturday January 16, 2016    12:26 PM
Story John O'Malley was so impressed and inspired by the hospice nurses who tended to his wife, he abandoned retirement and went back to school to become one. O'Malley began taking classes to become a nurse just two months after his wife passed away in 2010. Five years later, O'Malley is dispensing the same compassionate care to dying patients and their families that he received; easing pains both ...

Sunday January 10, 2016    01:22 PM
Story He may only be six years old, but Lyle Drummonds is already a gentleman. Lyle's mother, Nikkole, posted a photo on Facebook that shows Lyle sitting across the table from her, opening a wallet and pulling out some cash. In the text that accompanied the photo, she explained that once a month, Lyle takes her out on a "dinner date," and the six-year-old pays for the bill with his allowance. She ...

Sunday January 10, 2016    01:19 PM
Story Recess is more than just a free break for kids to play. That free, unstructured play time allows kids to exercise and helps them focus better when they are in class. A school in Texas says it took a risk by giving students four recess periods a day, but the risk has paid off wonderfully According to Today, the Eagle Mountain Elementary in Fort Worth, Texas, has been giving kindergarten and firs ...

Tuesday January 5, 2016    12:26 PM
Story If it's cheaper, they will come. That thinking has been behind a major real estate boom in Oregon, as workers flee California, where housing is among the priciest in the nation. The question is, how long will Oregon, especially its largest city, be cheaper? Demand is outstripping supply, and pushing both home values and rents significantly higher. Portland in the early fall replaced Oak ...

Friday January 1, 2016    05:24 PM
Story Natalie Cole, the Grammy-winning singer whose hits included a cover of "Unforgettable" and "Pink Cadillac" and who overcame battles with substance abuse and the long shadow of her famous father to earn worldwide success of her own, has died at age 65. Natalie Cole died Thursday night at Cedar Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles "due to complications from ongoing health issues," according to a stateme ...

Wednesday December 30, 2015    09:08 AM
Story After months of stalling, the owners of a Portland-area bakery have paid a hefty fine stemming from a 2013 incident in which they refused to create a cake for a lesbian couple. This past spring, after an investigation spanning two years, the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries ruled that Aaron and Melissa Klein, co-owners of the Gresham, Oregon-based Sweet Cakes bakery, had violated that stat ...

Tuesday December 29, 2015    12:52 PM
Story A veteran was forced to give up his dogs after having a heart attack and a prolonged stay in the hospital. The First State Animal Center and SPCA cared for his two dogs, but had to put them up for adoption after several weeks. At the time, his family believed he would not make it through the operation. He first came by the shelter, located inside a PetSmart, on Wednesday. "The dogs couldn ...

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