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How Are Chicken McNuggets Made? You’re About to Find Out

McDonald's continues to pull back the curtain to show just how some of their most popular menu items are made.

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Pot could be purchased in Walla Walla by March 2015
Pot could be purchased in Walla Walla by March 2015 (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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Pot Store Headed for Walla Walla in 2015

By early to mid 2015,  users of recreational marijuana will likely have another store in the region where they can obtain pot.

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Just How BAD Are YOUR Carpets? Change That with Zerorez! [VIDEOS]

Unless you imported thousands of dollars of exotic hardwood,   most of us have carpets in our homes.   With all the foot traffic, dirt, animal "whoopsies"  and other misadventures,  it's a wonder the carpets aren't looking like a shop rag.   Here's how to change that!

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Hand wipes clogging up sewer systems
Hand wipes clogging up sewer systems (Photo by Alexandra Beier/Getty Images)
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Flushable Wipes Clogging up Spokane, Northwest Sewer Systems

They've become all the rage these days - flushable wipes that are designed to "take the place" of toilet paper in certain situations.  They're often treated with anti-bacterial materials, so people think they're "cleaner".   But they're raising havoc with sewer systems.

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"Error" cancels thousands of WA Obamacare policy holders
"Error" cancels thousands of WA Obamacare policy holders (WA Healthcare exchange)
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Washington Healthcare Exchange Cancels 6,000 Policies ‘By Mistake’

Oops!   In yet another example of the clown show that Obamacare has turned into,  Washington Healthcare Exchange officials say an "error" caused thousands of people who enrolled for healthcare starting in 2015 to have their policies cancelled.

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Benton county judge agrees with WA AG opinion on pot bans
Benton county judge agrees with WA AG opinion on pot bans (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
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Benton County Judge Agrees With AG Opinion on City-County Pot Bans

Now, this makes three...Friday another Superior Court Judge agreed with the January opinion issued by WA State Attorney General Bob Ferguson, that cities and counties to have the authority to pass their own pot bans.

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Man With Alzheimer’s “Wakes Up” After Hearing His Favorite Music! [VIDEO]

A documentary called "Alive Inside" featured a man named Henry with extreme Alzheimer's disease who was unable to answer simple "yes" or "no" questions after a series of strokes. His recreational therapist began having him listen to his favorite music and he "woke up" -- so to speak. He's not cured of his Alzheimer's disease, but he's able to converse again to a limited extend. Watch his face as he listens!

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Inside one of Hanford nuclear waste storage tanks
Inside one of Hanford nuclear waste storage tanks (KNDU-TV)
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WA State Attorney General Sues D.O.E. Over Workers Exposure to Hanford Tank Farm Vapors

Wednesday, Attorney General Bob Ferguson said he plans to sue the Department of Energy and Washington River Protection Services over what has been called an ongoing issue with harmful tank vapors at Hanford, which have affected workers.

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Red counties are where I-502 was basically crushed
Red counties are where I-502 was basically crushed (Newstalk 870 file image)
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Pot Bans In Washington State Here To Stay – Newstalk Explains Why

This week, West Richland joined the list of dozens of cities, and even counties, who've passed ordinances banning the growth, processing and sale of recreational marijuana.  That list includes Richland, Pasco, Kennewick, Yakima, Yakima County and Wenatchee.  Here's why they can do that, despite I-502 making it legal...and why those bans are likely to stay in effect.

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DEA officials visit NFL locker rooms - part of investigation
DEA officials visit NFL locker rooms - part of investigation (DEA website)
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Seahawks, Chiefs Part of NFL Prescription Drug Investigation – More Teams To Be Looked At

Seattle Seahawk and Kansas City Chief officials confirmed they were one of the teams "visited" by DEA agents as part of an investigation into alleged prescription medication abuse in the NFL.  Some experts say this could be the biggest issue to rock the NFL ever.

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