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A Photographer's Guide to Surviving the Super Bowl

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Over 4,000 credentialed media are stuffed into a basketball court, and given one hour with each team to get all their shots and quotes. (Image: Joshua Lewis / Seattle Refined)

For a news photographer, navigating the madness of Super Bowl and Media Day can be overwhelming.

Free tax prep help starts Saturday

Free tax prep help starts Saturday

Free tax help will now be available starting February 1 for low to moderate income individuals preparing their taxes. 

About 100 AARP volunteers will be on hand over the next month providing services to the community.

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'It's my last year to make a difference, so that's what I'm going to try to do'

'It's my last year to make a difference, so that's what I'm going to try to do' »Play Video
Mason Green-Richards

While a lot of the spotlight at South Eugene High School is on Eli Lininger, Mason Green-Richards has been playing alongside Lininger for many years.

This season, the silent scorer has turned into a vocal leader on and off the court.

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'Mama Blue' heading to Super Bowl after all, thanks to Seahawks

'Mama Blue' heading to Super Bowl after all, thanks to Seahawks
Patti Hammond, aka "Mama Blue," cheers for the Seahawks while waiting for her flight to leave for the Super Bowl in Phoenix.

The Seahawks original cheerleader will get to see her hometown team play in Super Bowl XLIX after all. "Mama Blue" boarded a flight to Phoenix at about 5:15 a.m. Friday. It was a trip she almost didn't get to make.

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