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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.

All in a Day's Drive: Free Easter egg hunts

All in a Day's Drive: Free Easter egg hunts

This week will be a busy one for the Easter bunny. You may spot the bunny at an Easter egg hunt near you. This weekend, there are several places where kids can hop to it as they fill up their baskets.

Watch All in a Day's Drive Wednesdays on KMTR NewsSource 16 at 6 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Boston PD detonates suspicious bags at marathon finish line on 1 year bombing anniversary

On the anniversary of the Boston bombings, a bomb scare at the finish line prompted authorities to detonate two backpacks. They later said, the bags held no explosives.

Police took a man into custody shortly after the suspicious bags appeared at the scene, Boston Police officials said.

 

 

Leftover beer grains fed to cows

Leftover beer grains fed to cows »Play Video
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.

Boston honors victims of Marathon Bombings

Boston honors victims of Marathon Bombings »Play Video

Tuesday marks exactly one year since the deadly attack at the finish line of the boston marathon.

Thousands, including dignitaries like Vice President Joe Biden, gathered inside the Hynes Convention Center Tuesday to remember the lives lost on April 15, 2013.

“We are Boston, we are America. We respond, we endure we overcome, and we own the finish line,” said Biden. 

Oregon's gas tax no longer covers costs of public works projects

Oregon's gas tax no longer covers costs of public works projects »Play Video

Oregon residents are driving less, and Oregon Department of Transportation statistice find that those still driving are behind the wheel of fuel-efficient cars.

While it is great for the environment, the loss in gas tax revenue is jeopardizing the funding for roadwork projects across the state.