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Corvallis woman's death remains unsolved 6 months later

Corvallis woman's death remains unsolved 6 months later »Play Video
Oregon State Police forensics processes the contents of the camp where the woman was found dead by "homicidal violence."

A 42-year-old woman found dead in a public park suffered serious head trauma, an autopsy found.

Pleasant Hill firefighter: 'He was a great guy to have around'

Pleasant Hill firefighter: 'He was a great guy to have around' »Play Video
"Please keep his family and our Volunteers in your thoughts and prayers," the Pleasant Hill Volunteer Firefighters Association asked on Facebook.

A Pleasant Hill volunteer firefighter drowned at Diamond Lake Sunday evening. Authorities continue to search for his body while fellow firefighters offer support to his family.

Governor signs bill allowing dispensaries to sell pot to recreational users

Governor signs bill allowing dispensaries to sell pot to recreational users
Jay Baker, owner of Fresh Buds, a Portland medical marijuana dispensary, says he's had to turn customers away because many people thought recreational marijuana was legal as soon as voters passed it last year.

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has signed a bill allowing medical marijuana dispensaries to sell pot to recreational users. 

'What Pet Should I Get?' Previously unpublished Dr. Seuss book released

'What Pet Should I Get?' Previously unpublished Dr. Seuss book released
Courtesy Dr. Seuss Enterprises

The day you’ve awaited is finally here, those who hold childhood memories dear. Readers young and old, come take a look, at Dr. Seuss’ new picture book. But how can it be? Didn’t he pass away? Well, his long-lost gem is published this day.

'I don't agree with it': Sharon Osbourne opposes legal pot

'I don't agree with it': Sharon Osbourne opposes legal pot
FILE - Sharon Osbourne pulls a weird face at the 2014 MTV EMA Awards. (WENN.com photo)
Sharon Osbourne is against legalizing marijuana because she fears it will be a disaster for society in the long term.

Photos: Even dogs are taking selfies these days...

Photos: Even dogs are taking selfies these days...
You’d be lucky to get through the day without seeing a selfie somewhere; the craze is so popular that even animals are getting in on the act! Okay, these husky dogs aren’t actually taking pictures of themselves but the results of this fun photo shoot are pretty impressive! The idea of creative couple Chanel and Stevo, aka ‘We Are How Far From Home’, these “selfie” shots were taken during a recent stay in Alta, Norway. Having left their jobs to “embark on a little creative exploration” the adventurous pair from South Africa spent five weeks with the dogs whilst at a Husky training and sledding lodge: “They had over 70 dogs which we helped look after – feeding, grooming and walking them…each one of the dogs had their own unique personality and we wanted to capture their portrait in a unique way that showed this off. “So after getting to know the dogs (which took some time) we began to allow the dogs to jump on us and hug us. “At that point, we took some photos. Most of them did not work, but some came out exactly how we wanted them too!” For more of our dog and travel photography visit @HowFarFromHome & @PixelPaws on Instagram Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Alta, Norway When: 24 Jul 2015 Credit: Supplied by WENN.com **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.**

9-year-old raises $47k for sick friend

9-year-old raises $47k for sick friend »Play Video
Some are calling her an angel, amazing and selfless. And she pretty much fits those descriptions perfectly! A 9-year old girl was hoping to raise a little money making bracelets to help her best friend with a rare skin disease, but that little turned into thousands! Stacey Spivey reports.

NICU babies reunite with hospital staff

NICU babies reunite with hospital staff »Play Video
Babies are often in the NICU for weeks, sometimes months, so the hospital staff not only get's to know the patients during their stay but their families too, creating a bond that can be remembered for a lifetime. Each year, Memorial Hospital and Children's Hospital Colorado invite families of former neonatal intensive care unit patients to reunite with the doctors and nurses who helped save their lives. Taylor Bishop has the story.