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Who's your TV dad?

With Father's Day closing in, we wondered which TV dad most closely resembles your own. Take our quiz, and think about how your dad reacts, or would have reacted, to such situations.

Oregon Legislature makes cocktails to-go permanent

Oregon lawmakers have passed a bill allowing the sale of cocktails to-go to continue after the COVID-19 pandemic. The Oregonian/OregonLive reports that Senate Bill 317, which allows licensed establishments to sell “mixed drinks and single servings of wine in sealed containers for off-premises consumption,” previously passed the Oregon Senate. It cleared the House Tuesday by a vote of 51-7. The bill now moves to Gov. Kate Brown. As new coronavirus restrictions brought drinking and dining to a standstill across America in March 2020, many states rushed to overturn laws banning takeout cocktail sales, many of which had been on the books since Prohibition.  The new bill means Oregon will join around 15 states and the District of Columbia in making cocktails to-go permanent.

Broken washer hose causes water damage on every floor of unoccupied WSU fraternity house

Copyright 2019 KXLY.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without prior permission.A 19-year-old man died in the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity at WSU early Tuesday morning. Police said his death may be linked to alcohol. PULLMAN, Wash — Firefighters were sent to the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity house at 4:30 a.m. Monday when sensors…

Kennewick Splash Pads re-open for Memorial Day weekend

KENNEWICK, Wash. — Memorial Day weekend signifies a return to summertime living and this weekend, the children of the Tri-Cities will rejoice in their return to the splash pad. According to Kennewick Parks and Recreation, splash pads in the city…

Inslee increases occupancy for outdoor venues to 50%

OLYMPIA, Wash. — In light of encouraging COVID-19 metrics and vaccination rates in Washington state, Governor Jay Inslee announced updates to state guidance that will allow greater occupancy at outdoor venues. According to a release issued by the Governor's office…