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Boston Marathon bombing suspect's attorney: He did it

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This file photo released Friday, April 19, 2013 by the Federal Bureau of Investigation shows Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.

Any notion that the accused Boston Marathon bomber would fight for his innocence went out the window Wednesday on the first day of his trial when his lawyer bluntly told the jury that his client did it. 

1 death, 47 patients as school bus, truck collide in Douglas Co.

1 death, 47 patients as school bus, truck collide in Douglas Co. »Play Video
The school bus was severely damaged in the crash. (Washington State Patrol photo)
One person was killed and 47 patients were taken to the hospital after a crash Thursday morning involving a school bus, a large box truck and a passenger car on rural Highway 97 in Douglas County, officials said.

Grandpa helps 2 kids escape fire, perishes with wife, grandchild

Grandpa helps 2 kids escape fire, perishes with wife, grandchild »Play Video

A grandfather helped his 10-year-old granddaughter escape a burning home and handed her a 1-year-old grandchild with severe burns before succumbing to the heat and the smoke early Wednesday morning, the Curry County Sheriff's Office said.

Have you seen this man? Call Coos Bay Police

Have you seen this man? Call Coos Bay Police
Angelo "AJ" Reed

A Coos Bay man was reported missing by concerned family members who say they haven’t heard from him for about a month, according to the Coos Bay Police Department. Family members reported finding his vehicle parked in the Mingus Park area and that they learned from neighboring residents that Reed’s vehicle showed up at that location two or three weeks earlier.  

Dad who admired Superman saved two lives the day he died

Dad who admired Superman saved two lives the day he died »Play Video
Chris Kmetz

A Bothell dad who considered Superman his role model finally had the chance to save lives the day he died.

'He made me want to be able to do the same kinds of things for other people'

'He made me want to be able to do the same kinds of things for other people' »Play Video
Robert Wood and Lt. David Natt with Wood's son Samuel.

Eugene native Robert Wood had just returned from Alaska with his two young sons, wife and baby-to-be.

They hadn't found housing yet, so Wood said he was planning to sleep in the car with the family at Alton Baker Park to save money.

That's where a Eugene Police officer found the family.