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Local Confiscated Carry-Ons: 'It just boggles your mind' (New) Confiscated Carry-Ons: 'It just boggles your mind' (Photo Gallery) (Video)
A fake bloody chainsaw. A grenade gag gift. A blade to skin an animal. They're all holiday presents that have held people up at airport security. During the busiest travel days before Christmas, the On Your Side Investigators reveal what will and won't get confiscated by TSA screeners at Portland International Airport.

Ceremony honors memory of Major Thomas Egan

Ceremony honors memory of Major Thomas Egan »Play Video

Thomas Egan earned a master's degree from the University of Oregon.

He retired from the Oregon National Guard in 1991 with the rank of major after two decades of service.

And he froze to death on the streets of Eugene on a December night where the mercury had plunged to 15 F.

Hotties & Hounds for Hope Calendar now available

Hotties & Hounds for Hope Calendar now available »Play Video

The makers of the Hotties and Hounds for Hope Calendar are hoping to raise money and cancer awareness through Bark for Life and the American Cancer Society.

Gift ideas for the gardener in your life

Gift ideas for the gardener in your life

People now have one week to find a gift before Christmas.

This week in the garden, we'll look at some gift ideas you can give to the gardener in your life.

Watch Joel in the Garden on KMTR NewsSource16 at 6 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Thursdays

Ducks shake off shooting slump, beat Cal State Northridge, 79-56

Ducks shake off shooting slump, beat Cal State Northridge, 79-56
Oregon Ducks Dillon Brooks (#24) tries to keep the ball in play while on defense against the Cal State Northridge Matadors. The Ducks defeated the Matadors 79-56. Mary Jane Schulte, Oregon News Lab

The Ducks used a strong shooting performance in the first half Wednesday night to beat the Matadors of Cal State Northridge, 79-56.

Suspect in Portland pipe bomb case has a history of fleeing police

Suspect in Portland pipe bomb case has a history of fleeing police »Play Video
Neal Allen Panschow, 43, is 5-foot-10 and 170 pounds. Police consider him armed and dangerous. (Portland Police)

A man police consider armed and dangerous after someone tossed four pipe bombs out of his car at police remains on the run.

And he's done it several times before, including a 2006 chase in Benton County.

8 Secrets of Disneyland

8 Secrets of Disneyland
Who says you can't have a fancy table service meal at Disneyland? Celebrate a special occasion or just getting through the day alive wt the Carthay Circle Restaurant on Buena Vista Street within the park. The movie palace has the likes of angus burgers, flank steak and scaloppini on their menu.

Almost everyone has been to Disneyland at least once, and you probably have a routine down: check in to hotel, ride Splash Mountain, wait in line for Indiana Jones, and get a corn dog. Next time you're at the Happiest Place on Earth, toss away your routine and pick up this list of secretly (and kind of refined) alternatives.

Log truck loses load on I-5 exit

Log truck loses load on I-5 exit »Play Video

A log truck dumped its load as it tried to exit Interstate 5 onto I-105 on Wednesday.

State Trooper Hank Duren said the driver suffered some bumps and bruises but should be OK.

Man faces hit-and-run charges after crashes on I-205

Man faces hit-and-run charges after crashes on I-205
Joshua Cane Frahm appearing in court for the hit-and-run crash that occurred on Dec. 7.

A man faces multiple charges, including a felony hit-and-run charge, for causing a string of crashes that critically injured a man along Interstate 205 on Dec. 7, Washington State Police said.

'It really does light up, I think you can see it from space'

'It really does light up, I think you can see it from space' »Play Video

Plenty of homeowners are hanging lights of all colors and turning their front yards into winter wonderlands.

And that means families can find plenty of dazzling displays after dark.

Watch All in a Day's Drive Wednesdays on KMTR NewsSource 16 at 6 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.

Source: Ifo Ekpre-Olumu injures knee, won't join Ducks in playoffs

Source: Ifo Ekpre-Olumu injures knee, won't join Ducks in playoffs »Play Video
Oregon Ducks Ifo Ekpre-Olomu (#14) tackles Washington Huskies DiAndre Campbell (#19). The Ducks led the Huskies 28-6 at the half. Mary Jane Schulte, Oregon News Lab

Senior cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olumu won't be on the field when Oregon faces Florida State in the Rose Bowl on New Year's Day.

News broke Wednesday afternoon that Ekpre-Olumu suffered a serious non-contact knee injury in practice and will miss the college football playoff.