Man sentenced for misconduct with high school students

A man who committed sexual misconduct with minor students he coached at a central Oregon high school will spend the next year in jail
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Count finds sharp drop in monarch butterflies in California

Researchers with an environmental group are labeling as "disturbingly low" the number of western monarch butterflies that migrate along the California coast
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Friday's Scores

Friday's Scores
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Friday's Scores

Friday's Scores
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Friday's Scores

Friday's Scores
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Friday's Scores

Friday's Scores
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Friday's Scores

Friday's Scores
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Friday's Scores

Friday's Scores
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Birds learn another 'language' by eavesdropping on neighbors

Scientists have discovered that birds can learn to recognize alarm calls of other species, essentially by learning to eavesdrop in a second language
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Oregon Daybook

Oregon Daybook
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Gold-Covered Chocolate is Sold at this Portland, Oregon, Shop

But one Portland, Oregon, chocolate shop is taking chocolatey luxury to the next level. The Most Romantic Restaurant in Every State. The shop is located in Nort
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Just like groceries, you can get your weed delivered

It seems you can easily get most anything delivered to your house without having to leave your couch. Dozens of smartphone applications and websites offer food
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Asheville, North Carolina, Is Home to America's Highest Number of Breweries per Person

Hailed as home to the South' s best brewing scene- dubbed" the Colorado of the East" by some- Asheville is jam-packed with craft beer gardens and tap rooms galo
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Otter Pops Scrap Artificial Flavors or Dyes

Ice pops give us life in the summer when the sun dries us up like starfish out of water. Even though these pops have been stripped of those vibrant artificial c
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Taco Bell Gives Year of Free Food to Trapped Man Who Survived Blizzard on Sauce Packets

Jeremy Taylor survived five freezing days in the snow along with his dog, Ally, with nothing to eat but Taco Bell sauce packets. Now the Mexican-style fast food
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Whole Foods Announces It's Closing All of Its Cheaper 365 Offshoots

Say goodbye to" 365 by Whole Foods Market" stores! The short-lived, nominally cheaper versions of the upscale supermarket have flopped and are being transformed
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Californians lose millions of dollars in recycling deposits

California consumers are losing out on at least $308 million in nickel deposits on cans and bottles, largely because it's increasingly difficult to find a recyc
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Amtrak service unlikely to resume soon due to Sierra storm

Amtrak passenger train service between Reno and Sacramento, California is unlikely to resume until at least Friday because of a lingering winter storm that sent
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The Latest: Amtrak may remain closed in Sierra into Friday

Amtrak passenger train service between Reno and Sacramento is unlikely to resume Thursday and may remain suspended Friday because of a fierce winter storm in th
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Mourners recall Dennis Richardson's dedication to Oregon

Oregon Secretary of State Dennis Richardson, who last year announced he had been diagnosed with brain cancer, has died
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Strong Oregon economy triggers taxpayer refund

Oregon revenues far exceeded expectations, with the state forecasted to bring in $20.6 billion by June
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How 'completely avoidable' measles cases continue to climb

The U.S. has counted more measles cases in the first two months of this year than in all of 2017, and part of the rising threat is misinformation that makes som
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Senators draw on own experiences to chastise drug companies

CEOs of seven major pharmaceutical companies faced a hostile grilling from senators
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The Latest: Senators urge pharma CEOs to rein in lobbyists

Seven top pharmaceutical executives say they do not use a widely criticized tactic to stop generic drugmakers from making cheaper versions of their medicines
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