Powdered alcohol isn't even available yet to buy, and Oregon is looking to ban it.
Palcohol, an Arizona based company, got FDA approval earlier this month.
A handful of states have already banned its sale, and that number may double as states across the country consider similar measures.
So far no one has any explanation why the Germanwings co-pilot would apparently crash a jetliner.
Investigators say Lubitz had to have known what he was doing: he kept over-riding a security pad outside the cockpit as the pilot banged on the door.
Passengers saw it all.
"We can hear them screaming before the very last moments - just before the impact," said Brice Robin, a French prosecutor investigating the crash.
A tornado leveled dozens of homes west of Tulsa this week. One person died.
In Sand Springs, the winds ripped a doughnut shop to shred.
And there was a dramatic rescue at a kid's gym after the roof collapsed with dozens of young girls inside.
Emerald City Comicon is the largest comic book and pop culture convention in the Pacific Northwest. Thousands of people come to the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle for 3 days of cosplay, comic books, celebrities, panels and more.
Have you seen this man and child? The Eugene Police Department asked for the public's help locating a missing and possibly endangered child.
The man suspected of robbing a Roseburg bank on Friday was apprehended at a Grants Pass motel after police recognized a car reported stolen out of Coos County.
Karen Stokes, executive assistant to the director of the student counseling center at the University of Oregon, sent an email to her co-workers on Thursday claiming she got fired for criticizing the University for accessing counseling records of the woman who accused 3 Duck basketball players of raping her.
A University spokesperson said that isn't true.
Is there anything more fitting than a Vintage Station Wagon exhibit happening in the Northwest? LeMay, America’s Car Museum has expanded their Route 66 Gallery Walk with a display of vintage station wagons.
Oregon democrats have introduced a senate bill that will require background checks on private firearms sales.