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  • Family Kidnapped from Oregon Mall Found Safe in Calif.

    Family Kidnapped from Oregon Mall Found Safe in Calif.
    PORTLAND, Ore. -- Salem police say a Dallas family that was kidnapped from a Salem shopping mall last week has been found safe in California. Lt. Jim Anglemier says 37-year-old Ricardo Toro Nunez kidnapped his ex-wife, two daughters and 1-year-old...
  • Bottles of Honey Cause Bakersfield Airport Shutdown

    Bottles of Honey Cause Bakersfield Airport Shutdown
    BAKERSFIELD -- Authorities say the suspicious material inside luggage that prompted the shutdown of a California airport turns out to be five soft drink bottles filled with honey. Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood says the bottles, found inside a...
  • A Sticky Situation: Honey Shuts Down California Airport

    A Sticky Situation: Honey Shuts Down California Airport
    A suspicious material inside a man's luggage caused the entire Bakersfield, California, airport to be shut down Tuesday. It turns out the material that tested positive for explosive material was just honey. Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood says the...
  • Kern Jail Deputy Pleads Not Guilty To Inmate Sex

    Kern Jail Deputy Pleads Not Guilty To Inmate Sex
    A veteran Kern County detention officer has pleaded not guilty to having sex with an inmate, now on death row. Forty-eight-year-old Margarita Young is charged with unlawfully engaging in sex acts with a man in Lerdo Jail while he stood trial for the 2007...
  • Ft. Lewis Soldier Killed In Car Crash

    A Ft. Lewis soldier was killed Wednesday after he lost control of his vehicle leaving the roadway, colliding with another vehicle causing him to leave the roadway again and crash into a power pole. The soldier, identified as 21 year old Edgar D. Badillo...
  • Huskies Host Seattle U In Non-Conference Battle

    SEATTLE -- Lorenzo Romar didn't need any prompting to recall his playing career at Washington, when the Huskies biggest rival wasn't necessarily Washington State but often Seattle University. "Seattle U was two, because we played them twice, that we...
  • Prop 8 Opponents Boycott Businesses

    LOS ANGELES - More than a week after the passage of Proposition 8, activists opposed to the ban on gay marriage have shifted their protests to new arenas -- using boycotts to target businesses and individuals who contributed to the winning side. The...
  • Tiffany McElroy

    Tiffany McElroy
    Tiffany McElroy is co-anchor of the early edition of "The CW11 Morning News," the weekday news program seen on Tribune Broadcasting's CW Television Network Affiliate, WPIX Channel 11 (The CW11), here. She and colleague Craig Treadway are seen Monday...
  • Cathy Hobbs

    Cathy Hobbs
    Cathy Hobbs is a General Assignment Reporter and substitute anchor for WPIX-TV Channel 11 in New York City.  Cathy is also the host and executive producer of NY Residential, WPIX's weekly real estate series. She joined WPIX in April 1997; from WRC-TV...
  • Foreclosure filings soared 81% last year as mortage crisis proves worse than expected

    More than 2.3 million American homeowners faced foreclosure proceedings last year, an 81 percent increase from 2007, with the worst yet to come as consumers grapple with layoffs, shrinking investment portfolios and falling home prices. Nationwide, more...
  • Hundreds of Stations Cut Analog Signals

    NEW YORK (AP) - About a quarter of the nation's TV stations cut off their analog signals Tuesday, causing sets to go dark in households that were not prepared for digital television despite two years of warnings about the transition. Though most...