Turning poop in potable drinking water. It's an idea that may sound abhorrent to westerners who are used to clean drinking water and sewer systems that are never seen.
A Michigan family got their minivan stuck to a semi-truck - and the truck driver had no idea. CNN's Jeanne Moos has the 911 call that saved them.
A family in Tulsa family learned that their dog has expensive taste in treats. The lab pup ate her owner's engagement ring and wedding band, worth 23-thousand dollars. The vet said it best: the lab is more like a goat than a dog, since the rings weren't the only strange items he found in her stomach. Morgan Downing reports.
Stories of heroism are emerging from the floods and mudslides that hit Grays Harbor County early this week, and for the first time the people who survived those terrifying moments are telling their story.
A small home perched along the Wallace River in Gold Bar is now part of the river after succumbing to the raging waters following Monday's heavy rains.
Penny the dog flew home Friday night after undergoing a 6,000-mile journey across the country.
»Play Video Margaret Hardin
A lot has changed in the world since 1913, and a lot has changed in Seattle since 1926. But there's one simple rule that hasn't changed in all those years -- it's a rule that Margaret Hardin has lived every day of her 101 years.
About 400 brave swimmers took a dip into the icy cold waters of Lucky Peak Reservoir on New Years Day raising funds for Idaho Make-A-Wish. Temperatures outside were in the teens. Photo by JERRY MANTER -- KBOI2.com web producer
About 400 brave swimmers took a dip into the icy cold waters of Lucky Peak Reservoir. Temperatures outside were in the teens.
The logging truck ran off the road during the accident.
A logging truck driver was run over and killed by his own truck Tuesday morning on a logging road east of Sedro-Woolley, the Washington State Patrol reports.
»Play Video Jennifer Lee Wilson
A Snohomish County woman is accused of sex-trafficking her own teen-age daughter.
»Play Video Customers at Eugene Toy & Hobby on Friday, December 26, 2014.
Nearly a quarter of all retail returns for the entire year will take place during the days after Christmas.
The Christmas buying season is almost over and many can boast they paid nothing for their gifts.
A firefighter carries the little cat to safety after rescuing it from the chimney. (Photo courtesy of Eastside Fire Fighters)
An Eastside fire crew spent part of Christmas Day rescuing a cat that apparently was trying to play Santa when it got stuck inside a chimney.
»Play Video Jeanie Ganz of Hillsboro, Oregon stands among her collection of nutcrackers, numbering about 700. She began collecting them more than 20 years ago.
German folklore tells us nutcrackers bring protection and good luck. If that's true, Jeanie Ganz's luck isn't likely to run out any time soon.
You can tell who the "Spudinators" are by their bright yellow shirts. But you'd have to really pay attention to realize everyone in this group is legally blind.