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'I may only be one person, but one can save another'

'I may only be one person, but one can save another'
Photo used with permission from Bekah Miles

Bekah Miles shared a photo of her new tattoo on Facebook - and it went viral, to say the least. What did she get tattooed on her leg? It depends on how you look at it.

'We really pulled out everything' to save Vancouver police K-9

'We really pulled out everything' to save Vancouver police K-9 »Play Video
Ike and his handler, Vancouver Police Officer Jack Anderson. (Photo: Vancouver police)

A Vancouver police dog died overnight Tuesday after he was stabbed by a suspect fleeing officers, according to the Vancouver Police Department.

'I got my kids first, and then I thought about my ribs'

'I got my kids first, and then I thought about my ribs' »Play Video
Robert Wright

A mother and her 6-year-old son are now recovering in a hospital after a fire ripped through their Fresno apartment early Tuesday morning.

One of their neighbors said he got his kids out first - then grabbed ribs he had on the barbecue.

Photos: Dramatic images of record hurricane activity in Pacific Ocean

Photos: Dramatic images of record hurricane activity in Pacific Ocean
Hurricane Jimena churns in the Pacific Ocean as seen from the International Space Station. (Photo: NASA / Kjell Lindgren)

Chalk up two firsts for the planet this year when it comes to hurricanes this summer -- a parade of three simultaneous hurricanes in the Pacific Ocean over the weekend, plus a rather odd record set in the Atlantic too.

In the Garden: Building your own compost bin

In the Garden: Building your own compost bin »Play Video

Meteorologist Kris Nation joined Brooke Edmunds from the OSU extension in the garden to learn how to build your own structure for a compost bin that helps store and break down organic material.

Godzilla El Nino vs. the blob: 'The mighty Godzilla will prevail'

Godzilla El Nino vs. the blob: 'The mighty Godzilla will prevail'
A large size figure of Godzilla in a diorama is on display at Cheepa's gallery in Tokyo.

Two weather entities have been battling it out for media attention of late: The warm 'blob' of water in the Pacific Ocean largely blamed for our year-plus long of warmer temperatures in the Northwest, and a budding El Niño of super strength that has been given a variety of monikers, from "Bruce Lee" El Niño to "Godzilla" El Niño.

Huge swarms of bats amaze onlookers

Huge swarms of bats amaze onlookers »Play Video
In the Sacramento, California area -- a mass flight of bats called a "Bat-nado" by some can only be seen during the summer months. And experts say bat season arrived earlier this year. Anjali Hemphill reports.

'Everything is gone in there': Fire destroys golf course clubhouse

'Everything is gone in there': Fire destroys golf course clubhouse »Play Video
The first call came in at 11:27 p.m. Monday night. The fire was mostly out by 7:55 a.m. Tuesday.

Judy Magana arrived early Tuesday morning to see for herself.

"Oh my God. I mean, it's gone," she said of the clubhouse at Mallard Creek Golf Course. "Everything is gone in there."