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First thing I noticed upon arriving in Windy Cove Park was the Yaquina (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Barge) dredging the channel at the mouth of the Umpqua River between the jetties.




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Local & Regional Group helps raise $40,000 for #UCCshooting victims with Oregon signs (Video)
The small community in Roseburg has come together in countless ways since last week's mass shooting at Umpqua Community College. Justin Troxel and his good friend Mike Smith, the manager of The Steel Outlet in Roseburg, are now creating countless metal signs in the shape of Oregon, featuring a cutout heart in the place of Roseburg.


Sports Huskies ride defense to upset win over ranked USC
Myles Gaskin ran for 134 yards and a fourth-quarter touchdown, and Washington shut down No. 17 Southern California's high-powered offense throughout a 17-12 victory over the Trojans on Thursday night.


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National & World North Korea readies massive anniversary celebration (New) North Korea readies massive anniversary celebration
North Korea is holding what is expected to be one of its biggest celebrations ever Saturday for the 70th anniversary of its ruling party's creation, an attention-getting event that is the government's way of showing the world and its own people the Kim dynasty - now in its third generation - is firmly in control and its military a power to be reckoned with.
National & World (New) Israel struggles to contain wave of stabbing attacks
Unrest that erupted several weeks ago at Jerusalem's most sensitive holy site spread Friday to Gaza in the form of deadly border clashes with Palestinian protesters, as Israeli security forces struggled to contain a wave of Palestinian stabbing attacks against civilians and soldiers.

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Home  California woman uses robot device to wait in line, buy iPhone California woman uses robot device to wait in line, buy iPhone (Video)
Many people wish they could be at two places at the same time. A San Diego girl did just that when she stood 21 hours in line for an iPhone in Palo Alto from her own home in Clairemont. As Zohreen Adamjee found out, the device also allows her to work from home.

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Technology Tokyo auto show to highlight 'smart' green cars (Photo Gallery)
The Tokyo Motor Show, opening to the public Oct. 30 at Tokyo Big Sight convention hall, will be packed with futuristic eye-catching vehicles that drive themselves, offer online information in dazzling ways and are so green they are zero-emissions.
Technology Amazon challenges Etsy with Handmade at Amazon
Amazon is launching its site for handcrafted goods called Handmade at Amazon on Thursday, hoping to capitalize on shoppers' appetite for homemade goods ahead of the holiday season.


Health Panel backs aspirin for heart health in only certain adults
A government task force says a daily low-dose aspirin could help certain people in their 50s and 60s prevent a first heart attack or stroke - and they might get some protection against colon cancer at the same time.
Health Study: Tiny, wireless pacemaker could be surgery-free option
A tiny, wireless pacemaker could offer some heart patients a surgery-free alternative to the traditional devices, a new study says. Some doctors, however, say there are lingering safety questions and warned patients not to rush to get the new technology.


Business SABMiller meets with investors amid takeover bid
SABMiller met with investors Friday to underscore its strength as an independent company, as the world's second-biggest brewer seeks to head off a takeover by larger rival Anheuser-Busch InBev.


Consumer Chip cards won't prevent all credit card fraud
Chances are you got a new credit card in the mail recently – one that has a small, computer chip embedded on the front.

If you didn’t, you will soon.

These cards are harder to counterfeit because that chip generates a unique code every time you put it into the card reader.
Consumer Timeshare reseller accused of cheating consumers (Video)
The local Better Business Bureau is concerned about a pattern of complaints against a timeshare resell company doing business as Carriage House Travel, Inc. with an address in Kirkland. The company's accused of cheating consumers out of thousands of dollars in bogus fees. The company's business practices mirror those of other outfits that claim to have a buyer for your timeshare, then request thousands up front- but never make the sale.