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Oregon study looks at potential effects of tsunami - like Japan's in 2011
Oregon study looks at potential effects of tsunami - like Japan's in 2011 (Photo by Athit Perawongmetha/Getty Images)
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Oregon Study Says To Survive Potential Tsunami, “Walk Faster “

Perhaps inspired by the events in Japan four years ago with the major tsunami, a recent study has been completed about the effects of such an event on the coasts of CA, Oregon and Washington state.

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Umatilla school teacher dies in car crash
Umatilla school teacher dies in car crash (Getty images)
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Umatilla Schools Mourn Death of Teacher in Accident

According to news released by the Umatilla School District, an elementary school teacher died over the weekend in a car accident.

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Jordan Spieth
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Jordan Spieth Sets Records In Masters Win

Jordan Spieth completely dominated the field en route to winning the Masters championship at Augusta, Ga. on Sunday.

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Marlana VanHoose
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Blind Teen With Cerebral Palsy Wows Crowd With Stirring National Anthem Rendition

Rand Paul may have announced his plans to run for president on Tuesday, but his thunder was stolen with a teen with a powerful voice and an even bigger heart.

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$15 minimum wage rally coming to Pasco April 15th
$15 minimum wage rally coming to Pasco April 15th (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
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$15 Minimum Wage Rally Coming to Pasco McDonalds April 15th

A group calling itself Working Washington plans to stage a rally, April 15th at the Pasco McDonalds starting at 9:45am.

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Another Japanese vessel washes towards Oregon coast
Another Japanese vessel washes towards Oregon coast (U.S. Coast Guard)
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Japanese Tsunami Boat Towed to Oregon Port

A 30-foot section from what is believed to be a Japanese boat swept out to sea in the huge 2011 tsunami has been towed to Newport Harbor in Oregon late Thursday night.

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Snow expected in Cascades this weekend
Snow expected in Cascades this weekend (Getty images)
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Two Feet of Snow Expected in Cascades this Weekend

So where was this during ski season?

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Digital email threat made against large Spokane High School
Digital email threat made against large Spokane High School (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
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Officials Investigate Serious Email Threats to University High School

According to newly released court documents,  Spokane officials are rapidly working to find the source of an email threat made against University High School. The case highlights the growing regional and national problem of "digital" threats or even what some are calling 'terrorism.'

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Family finds vacation cabin stolen from it's foundation
Family finds vacation cabin stolen from it's foundation (Photo by Johannes Simon/Getty Images)
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Stolen Cabin Recovered in Stevens County

Stevens County Sheriff's officials say the cabin belonging to a Spokane family has been recovered, still intact.

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Lauren Hill
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College Basketball Player Lauren Hill, 19, Dies From Brain Cancer

College basketball player Lauren Hill, who took the court and moved a nation while battling brain cancer, has passed away at the age of 19.

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