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Did President Obama's mispronunciation of Oso tarnish his mudslide visit?

President Obama had plenty of heartfelt words as he spoke at the Oso firehouse after touring the mudslide debris field. But his remarks are being overshadowed because he mispronounced Oso several times during his comments.

Update: Work continuing to bring McKenzie home

It's been almost five months since the Harris family was in a life-changing car crash on New Year's Day that left mom, dad and 7-year-old McKenzie in the hospital, and 3 year old Wyatt with some injuries as well. And work is nearly completed to bring the little girl home.

Boston Strong: Tacoma amputee finishes Boston Marathon

The inspirational story of former soldier Edward Lychik added another unbelievable chapter after the amputee we first introduced you to last week successfully completed the Boston Marathon Monday.

Edison, WA: Why So Many Young Artists Are Moving to This Teeny Tiny Town

According to the 2010 census, Edison, WA has a population of 133 people. It's a one intersection town that has one of everything that is awesome: amazing cafe, bakery, gallery, gift shop. And over the past 10 years young artists have been moving to this speck-on-the-map, which has made the town even more appealing to tourists. Here's a peak at small town life with a little bit of history.

Seafair apologizes, allows Fallen Heroes banners in Torchlight Parade

Leaders of Seafair say they've taken negative feedback to heart and will now allow a military group to participate in this year's Torchlight Parade.

'Deadliest Catch' Captain Keith: South Korean ferry captain made extremely selfish choice

A notable Northwest captain says the captain that escaped from a sinking ferry where 86 are confirmed dead and 220 are still missing made an incredibly selfish decision leaving the ship.

Five Nepalese guides on Seattle team killed in Everest avalanche

A Seattle-based guiding service says five Nepalese guides on its climbing team are among those who died in an avalanche on Mount Everest.

Survivor recalls the Doolittle Raid 72 years later

Seattle historian Feliks Banel joins the Ron and Don Show to talk about the Doolittle Raid, the first post-Pearl Harbor attack on Japanese soil.

Who Would House and Hire a Felon? From Prison to Professional with Pioneer Human Services

A year ago, I introduced you to a group of women participating in The If Project at the Washington Corrections Center for Women in Gig Harbor. This is an update on one of those women, who got out of prison in September. She is now housed and employed by Pioneer Human Services, a company that loves to hire felons and recovering addicts.

Mariners announcer needs signature Robinson Cano call

"Goodbye baseball!" "Holy Smokes!" "Dustin and Justin are bustin'!" Mariners announcer Rick Rizzs has a lot of great lines, but he needs a signature call for new Mariners second baseman Robinson Cano.

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