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Otto Warmbier, the college student who was imprisoned in North Korea has died. He had been released last week but was in a coma at the time.
A new report from the American Heart Association says that coconut oil is not as healthy as had been thought. In fact the study points out that it is higher in saturated fat and cholesterol than butter. If you’re looking for a heart healthy fat to cook with, they recommend olive oil or vegetable oil.
What do you think of this idea? A group in Colorado wants to ban the sale of cell phones to kids under 13.
Washington State Police are looking for left lane campers. The left lane is for passing, not simply for driving faster. Stay in the left lane and you can get a $136 ticket.
The 59er Diner, known for its frothy milkshakes has reopened as a food truck. The diner was destroyed by fire a year ago. The truck is a temporary fix while they wait for construction of a new building.