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County Scraps Tsunami Warning Sirens

According to Associate Press, Tillamook county officials tell The Oregonian that it plans to do away with its tsunami warning sirens, claiming that the residence will either be alerted by the media or the earthquake

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Facebook Reaches One Billion Users-WOW!

You know what's cool? One billion users.

OK, now that that's out of the way, lets discuss the big Facebook news, which is that the social network  recently topped one billion users. This amounts to about 15% of the world's population.

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Oregon Burglars Used Facebook to Find Victims [VIDEO]

Here's a good reason NOT to splash vacation or travel plans all over social media.

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Facebook site bullied and intimidated Mid-Columbia women
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Yakima Women Victims of Facebook Cyberbullying

Newstalk KIT -- our sister station in Yakima -- along with their news partner KIMA CBS TV recently reported a Yakima Valley-based Facebook page called "509hoesexposed" was bullying local women.

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What’s the Biggest Way to Waste Time at Work?

Telecommuters may have some creative ways to while away the day, but at least they’re not shooting the breeze with colleagues — something a new survey finds is the biggest time-waster at work.

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Facebook initial investors now eligible to sell stock
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Facebook Stock Drops Below $20 Per Share – Major Investors Bailing?

Facebook has turned out to be not the investment business leaders once thought.

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Millions of Facebook Users are Fake
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83 Million Facebook Users Ruled Fake As Stock Falls Below $20 [POLL]

Facebook's shaky stock prices dipped below $20 a share Thursday after the world's largest social network released a report admitting 8.7 percent of its users are fake.

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Does Facebook Make It Harder to Heal a Broken Heart?

Relationship experts often say the fastest and easiest way to get over someone is to make a clean break — essentially erase the person from your consciousness. But with the advent of social media, that’s getting harder and harder to do.

And it seems we’re bringing a lot of the anguish on ourselves.

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Washingtonians Can Now Register to Vote on Facebook

Soon, people residing in Washington will be able to register to vote using an application on Facebook. All residents have to do is like the register to vote in the application and recommend it to their fri

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Are You Suffering From ‘Facebook Fatigue?’ — Survey of the Day

Facebook’s cratering stock price is far from the social network’s only problem these days. They are also dealing with a customer base, which is getting increasingly bored with its service.

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