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Three Runners From Yakima in Boston Marathon

With the tragedy in Boston today, thoughts and prayers go out the local families of those who had loved one's competing in the 117th running of the marathon.

They are as follows:

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Elephant Paints Elephant! (VIDEO)

I realize that this video has 8 Million hits but I have never seen it before until today. So I soon as I did I had to share it! 

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Jay Leno Leaving Tonight Show

A week's worth of rumors were confirmed Wednesday, when Jay Leno announced that he's leaving NBC's The Tonight Show next year.

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Staff Sgt. Bales to Undergo Sanity Review

SEATTLE (AP) — A U.S. soldier charged with killing 16 Afghan civilians is expected to undergo a review of his sanity beginning this weekend.

John Henry Browne, an attorney for Staff Sgt. Robert Bales, said Wednesday his client will participate in the review by Army doctors

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Intern was Talking to a Co-Worker When Lion Attacked

 

DUNLAP, Calif. (AP) — Authorities say the intern fatally attacked by a lion at a California exotic animal park was talking with a co-worker on the phone in the moments before she was killed. Fre

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Washington State Woman Killed by a Lion at a Big Cat Sanctuary

LYNNWOOD, Wash. (AP) — The father of a 24-year-old Washington state woman who was killed by a lion at an exotic animal park in Central California says his daughter had always loved big cats and considered her internship at Cat Haven "just a dream job

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Soldier Surprises Sons

Sometimes grown men cry.  This is one of those times.

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7000 Yakima Bike Racks Being Recalled

 

DETROIT (AP) — Yakima is recalling about 7,000 bicycle racks used on vehicles with rear-door spare tires.

Documents posted on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website Friday say that mounting bolts can break and the bikes can fall from the vehicles and cause a hazard.

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Lion Gives Hug To Rescuer (VIDEO)

This video really is amazing.

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Dave’s Diary: Find Thousands in the Cushions at the Airport

Stewardess, hold that gate….and keep the change!!!  In our haste to catch that plane airline passengers are leaving a fortune behind at airport security checkpoints and the Transportation Security Administration gets to keep every dime.

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