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'Little creepy, very tightly lipped and not a chummy guy'

'Little creepy, very tightly lipped and not a chummy guy' »Play Video
Neal Falls

The Oregon man shot and killed by a woman in Charleston, West Virginia, looked familiar to a Eugene woman.

She checked her records and realized she rented a room to Neal Falls, 45, in 2010 - and evicted him a year later.

Fired over flag? 'No one is going to take my flag away. Period'

Fired over flag? 'No one is going to take my flag away. Period' »Play Video

Russell Smith isn't ashamed of these flags.

He never has been.

"It's my heritage, it's not hate," Smith said.

It's never been a problem before Tuesday, when he says a supervisor at Modern Building Systems in Aumsville asked him to take it down because of a co-worker's complaint.

Man charged with woman's murder: 'She didn't deserve what happened to her'

Man charged with woman's murder: 'She didn't deserve what happened to her' »Play Video
Prosecutors filed murder charges against Howard Richard Stull.

A neighbor on Berntzen Road said he knew it was too late for Kathy Kay Braun.

"Her body was cold, so that told me there was no hope," said Rowland, who asked not to be identified by his full name. "Her boyfriend and I found her - well, he found her in the garage, and he came out and told me and I went in and checked her for a pulse and I couldn't find one, so I said call 911."

Do you need earthquake insurance?

Do you need earthquake insurance? »Play Video
U.S. Geologic Survey graphic

A recent article in The New Yorker called "The Really Big One" has raised new questions about what the magazine reports would be the largest natural disaster in the history of the North American continent.

For example: earthquake insurance.

You probably don't have it.

Immigration on the 2016 presidential agenda

Immigration on the 2016 presidential agenda »Play Video
The union that invited Trump to the U.S.-Mexico border bowed out, but protesters showed up.

Donald Trump visited the U.S.-Mexico border, still on message but not calling immigrants rapists or murderers.

"We have a tremendous danger on the border with the illegals coming in," he said in a public appearance.

Photos: Meet 'Fuzzberta' who is taking the internet by storm

Photos: Meet 'Fuzzberta' who is taking the internet by storm
Animals are taking over the internet! This time it’s the turn of Fuzzberta, a two-year-old Teddy guinea pig who lives with her humans in Pacifica, California. Adopted in 2014 by Monica (having been accepted into the house by fussy big sister MiniGuineaPig), Fuzzberta, a former show piggy, is described by her owner as “incredibly photogenic”, which is how her instagram account came about: “In the beginning it was just silly cell phone shots of her looking cute, then tiny props started working their way into it, and after a while I switched to my actual camera. “As a graphic designer I started looking at @fuzzberta as a creative challenge…. I'd always enjoyed photography projects like My Milk Toof and Wenngenn in Wonderland where they create tiny handmade analogue worlds within the confines of a photograph, so I started experimenting with that, especially with the #fuzzstorybook posts. “But my take on it is usually super simple and reductivist… it mainly boils down to how I can get an idea across using only one or two props; It also turns out I'm really good at making tiny hats!” So, just how does Fuzzberta’s human get her to pose for her pictures? The answer is simple: “She’ll let you do anything as long as you feed her a steady supply of carrots!” Featuring: Fuzzberta Where: Pacifica, California, United States When: 20 Jul 2015 Credit: @fuzzberta **WENN does not claim any ownership including but not limited to Copyright, License in attached material. Fees charged by WENN are for WENN's services only, do not, nor are they intended to, convey to the user any ownership of Copyright, License in material. By publishing this material you expressly agree to indemnify, to hold WENN, its directors, shareholders, employees harmless from any loss, claims, damages, demands, expenses (including legal fees), any causes of action, allegation against WENN arising out of, connected in any way with publication of the material.**

Expert: Training and preparation, not new laws, key to mass shootings

Expert: Training and preparation, not new laws, key to mass shootings »Play Video

In the wake of the fatal shooting at a Louisiana movie theater Thursday night, one expert advised that the key to avoiding mass shooting casualties is training and preparation, not new laws and regulations.