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Local Map outlines western Oregon landslide risks from a subduction zone earthquake Map outlines western Oregon landslide risks from a subduction zone earthquake
New landslide maps have been developed that will help the Oregon Department of Transportation determine which coastal roads and bridges in Oregon are most likely to be usable following a major subduction zone earthquake that is expected in the future of the Pacific Northwest.

The maps were created by Oregon State University and the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries, or DOGAMI, as part of a research project for ODOT. They outline the landslide risks following a large earthquake on the Cascadia Subduction Zone.

Woman mad over grandson's punishment for being tardy

Woman mad over grandson's punishment for being tardy

The mother of a first-grader said she was shocked to find her son being punished for being late for school, when she said it was her fault for dropping him off a couple minutes tardy.

'Everyone wants to knock you off and make sure you don’t get that championship that you’re looking for'

'Everyone wants to knock you off and make sure you don’t get that championship that you’re looking for' »Play Video

JT Ayers, a senior at Churchill High School, is a three-time runner up in the State Wrestling Finals in his weight class.

This year he enters the state meet as the top qualifier in the 5A 120 weight class.

“As a three-time finalist, everyone wants to knock you off and make sure you don’t get that championship that you’re looking for," Ayers said.

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Internet goes hog wild over cookie-eating pig

Internet goes hog wild over cookie-eating pig »Play Video
When snow in Maine disconnected his electric fence, Buster the pig busted out. But instead of causing a ruckus, neighbors lured the hungry swine home with sweet treats. Now the wandering porker is a YouTube sensation with his own Facebook fan page. Erica Stapleton stopped by to meet the Notorious P-I-G for herself.

Bees becoming target of thieves

Bees becoming target of thieves »Play Video
Detectives in Fresno County, California, say bees are becoming a hot target for thieves. They say beehive thefts are costing beekeepers big bucks. Jessica Peres reports.

Heading to Langley, Washington? Apple Maps would leave you marooned

Heading to Langley, Washington? Apple Maps would leave you marooned »Play Video
Millions of drivers rely on Apple Maps for directions, but relying on Apple to get to one scenic town on Whidbey Island could leave you marooned.

Memorial, vigil honor 3 children hit and killed by pickup truck

Memorial, vigil honor 3 children hit and killed by pickup truck »Play Video
A vigil Thursday, February 25, at 54th and Main streets in Springfield

A memorial to 3 children hit and killed by a pickup truck Sunday night continued to grow Wednesday as members of the community gathered for a candlelight vigil.

Parents charged after kids found living in rat-infested filth

Parents charged after kids found living in rat-infested filth »Play Video
Photo courtesy: Pierce County Sheriff's Department
A mother and father have been arrested and charged with reckless endangerment after their three kids were discovered living in a squalor amid dangerous conditions inside their Eatonville home.

Elephant reunion taking place at Wildlife Safari

Elephant reunion taking place at Wildlife Safari »Play Video

Liz, a 51-year-old Asian elephant, and Valerie, a 33-year-old African elephant arrived after a short trip from Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo, California.