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Video interview FAQ: Doctor discusses Enterovirus and paralysis

Video interview FAQ: Doctor discusses Enterovirus and paralysis »Play Video
Dr. Richard Leman answers questions about Enterovirus and paralysis in children.

Dr. Richard Leman, public health physician with the Oregon Public Health Division, discusses efforts underway to figure out if there is a connection between paralysis (limb weakness) and Enterovirus in two children.

8 earthquakes shake near Oregon/Nevada border overnight

8 earthquakes shake near Oregon/Nevada border overnight
A screengrab from the USGS website shows the grouping of quakes. The quakes started just after 6 p.m. Wednesday. The latest struck before 5 a.m. Thursday.

A cluster of 8 earthquakes shook northwestern Nevada overnight, about 40 miles southeast of the Oregon town of Lakeview.

Town builds massive snowman

Town builds massive snowman »Play Video
A 30-foot-tall snowman is greeting residents and visitors in a small town in Wisconsin. Josette Daniels has the story.

'Deflategate' follies

'Deflategate' follies »Play Video
The New England Patriots' footballs may have been underinflated, but jokes and jabs about the scandal have blown up. CNN's Jeanne Moos has some of the best of them.

Police: Man jumps in slough after running from police

Police: Man jumps in slough after running from police »Play Video

A man jumped in a slough along Beltline after trying to get into a woman's car on an off-ramp Wednesday morning.

Governor to tour site of Springfield mill fire

Governor to tour site of Springfield mill fire

Gov. John Kitzhaber will tour the site of the Springfield Plywood mill fire on Thursday.

The governor is expected to make an announcement about state assistance in rebuilding the mill.

Landslide drops woman's yard onto neighbor's back porch

Landslide drops woman's yard onto neighbor's back porch »Play Video

A landslide moved a Camas woman’s backyard up the the back door of her neighbor's house overnight Saturday. Now the homeowners, insurance companies, city and county officials, and engineers are still trying to figure out the muddy mess.