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Sports Labor Day weekend + Beaver football = 'Get there early' (New) Labor Day weekend + Beaver football = 'Get there early'
Classes don't kick off until September 24, but football is in session starting Friday. The Oregon State football hosts the Wildcats of Weber State in Gary Andersen's first outing as head coach for the Beavers.

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Sports (New) Labor Day weekend + Beaver football = 'Get there early'
Classes don't kick off until September 24, but football is in session starting Friday. The Oregon State football hosts the Wildcats of Weber State in Gary Andersen's first outing as head coach for the Beavers.
Local & Regional Coos County launches tobacco-free campus policy
The new policy will prohibit cigarettes and all other smoking products, including e-cigarettes and other nicotine delivery products, as well as smokeless tobacco from being used on properties and worksites owned and operated by Coos County.
Local & Regional Coos County man sentenced to 50 years for felony charges
The report says Thomas William Cornelius, Jr. has a lengthy criminal record; he began burglarizing residences throughout Oregon shortly after being released from prison in August 2010. He forcibly broke into homes and, while armed with a loaded gun, stole firearms, jewelry, cash and electronics.

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Outdoors Godzilla El Nino vs. the blob: 'The mighty Godzilla will prevail'
Two weather entities have been battling it out for media attention of late: The warm 'blob' of water in the Pacific Ocean largely blamed for our year-plus long of warmer temperatures in the Northwest, and a budding El Niño of super strength that has been given a variety of monikers, from "Bruce Lee" El Niño to "Godzilla" El Niño.

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Home Snub that handshake Snub that handshake (Video)
It's one of life's awkward moments, when you stick out your hand to shake someone else's and instead you're ignored. When it happened to Chicago’s mayor a couple of days ago, it got CNN’s Jeanne Moos thinking about shady handshakes.
Home iPhone stops bullet iPhone stops bullet (Photo Gallery) (Video)
An iPhone saved a Fresno state student -- by stopping a bullet during an armed robbery at an apartment complex near campus. Sonata Rose has the details on the shooting and how it has raised security concerns.

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Consumer Online foreign language promoter to pay $1M in consumer deception lawsuit Online foreign language promoter to pay $1M in consumer deception lawsuit (Video)
An internet company selling foreign language software just agreed to pay $1,000,000 for what the state Attorney General says was an introductory offer scam.
The state says Philadelphia-based Internet Order and it's CEO Daniel Roitman turned an introductory offer into automatic charges for automatic shipments of foreign language software under the brand name The Pimsleur Approach.

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Politics Average Oregon taxpayer will get $244 'kicker' rebate Average Oregon taxpayer will get $244 'kicker' rebate
Oregon will send $402 million back to taxpayers next year after the state collected more than expected in personal-income taxes over the last two years, state economists said Wednesday.

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Technology Judge approves $415M settlement in Apple, Google wage case
A federal judge has approved a $415 million settlement that ends a lengthy legal saga revolving around allegations that Apple, Google and several other Silicon Valley companies illegally conspired to prevent their workers from getting better job offers.
Technology Tech Tips: Windows 10 privacy settings worth checking
Microsoft's new Windows 10 system offers more personalization than before, but it also collects more data than people might be used to on PCs, from contacts and appointments to their physical location and even Wi-Fi passwords.
Technology What's in a billion? Facebook users hit milestone in 1 day
You, your mom, your grandma and elementary school buddy Lawrence might have been some of the billion people who logged in to Facebook on Monday — the first time that has happened in a single day. That's right, one billion people, or one-seventh of the Earth's population.

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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.
Health Amgen wins approval for second biotech cholesterol drug
Amgen Inc. has won federal approval for the second medicine in a new class of pricey biotech drugs that reduce artery-clogging cholesterol more than older statin drugs that have been used for decades.
Health Nickelodeon show profiles dying children
Even though Linda Ellerbee has addressed many tough topics with young audiences before, it took a decade before Nickelodeon approved her idea of a "Nick News" episode where children with terminal illnesses talk about their lives.

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Business Average US rate on 30-year mortgage rises to 3.89 percent
Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates rose this week after a sharp drop the previous week, as global markets continued to whipsaw amid economic disruption in China and uncertainty over Federal Reserve interest-rate policy.
Business US trade deficit drops to $41.9 billion in July
The U.S. trade deficit fell in July to the lowest level in five months as exports posted a small gain while imports declined, reflecting a big drop in shipments of consumer goods such as cell phones.

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Consumer Clearing mail alert confusion: Is your mortgage or privacy at risk? (Video)
When someone you don't know sends an email about your federal tax information, it's understandable that you'd be cautious. It's equally understandable that you'd question an unsolicited letter from lawyers talking about trustee changes at your mortgage company. KOMO viewers contacted the Problem Solvers- with questions about both.
Consumer Refunds not guaranteed for wildfire-related lodging cancellations (Video)
Northwest wildfires are ruining a lot of vacations and burning budgets for many families who paid in advance for a vacation rental. Some establishments offer full refunds, but when you lose lodging due to a wildfire or any other natural disaster, there's no such thing as an automatic refund guarantee.