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Sports Can you see the Seahawks logo in this pizza board? (New) Can you see the Seahawks logo in this pizza board? (Video)
Grainy images of Jesus and the VIrgin Mary have been reported over the years in everything from grilled cheese sandwiches to potato chips.

But a Seattle restaurant found an image that could be a sign for Seahawks fans.

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Roseburg bull riding promotion continues to grow

Roseburg bull riding promotion continues to grow

A local bull riding event has grown and is now on tour. The Challenge of the Champions Bull Riding is touring Oregon, Washington and Idaho and one of those stops took place in Roseburg last weekend.

Possible shooting range bullet grazes woman at home

Possible shooting range bullet grazes woman at home
A woman outside her home near Brush Prairie was taken to the hospital after it appears a bullet grazed her head, according to the Clark County Sheriff's Office. (Bob Heye/KATU News)

A woman outside her home near Brush Prairie was taken to the hospital after it appears a bullet grazed her head, according to the Clark County Sheriff's Office.

This blizzard is no laughing matter... or maybe it is

This blizzard is no laughing matter... or maybe it is »Play Video
In some parts of the northeast, this week's snow storm is creating havoc. But in places where the storm didn't quite materialize as predicted, CNN's Jeanne Moos reports they're weathering a blizzard of jokes.

Photos: Super Bowl Media Day

Photos: Super Bowl Media Day
Before taking on each other, the Seahawks and Patriots go toe-to-toe with about 2,000 reporters in an annual interview-fest, the free-for-all known as Super Bowl Media Day, where no question is too inane to ask. What's more, fans can pay $28.50 to watch this spectacle unfold. (KOMO Photos: Josh Lewis)

Woman has to put ill puppy down a day after buying it off Craigslist

Woman has to put ill puppy down a day after buying it off Craigslist »Play Video

A Cedar Mill woman was sold a puppy that was sick with parvovirus, and she said she had to have the dog put down within a day because of the illness.