Anchor Learning ‘Fighter’s Body’ Is Made In The Kitchen

Posted by FM News 101 KXL on February 17, 2014

“Abs aren’t made in the gym, but in the kitchen. How many trainers and fitness junkies have I heard that from” says KXL Afternoon News anchor Dan Mitchinson. “But guess what, it’s true” he adds laughing.

As he trains for his first ever boxing fight, Mitchinson is on a ‘clean,’ 25-hundred calorie a day diet plan.

“I eat five to six meals …

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California Meat Recall extended to Oregon, Washington

Posted by Chris Brown on February 17, 2014

A recall of meat products harvested from diseased animals has been expanded to include locations in Oregon and Washington. Rancho Feeding Corps. of Petaluma, California recalled nine million pounds of meat products just over a week ago after it was disclosed they had harvested meat from sick animals between January, 2013 and the 7th of last month.

The USDA now says …

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Flu Outbreak Appears to be Easing

Posted by Jeremy Scott on February 4, 2014
Severe cases of the flu reported in Portland

PORTLAND — Hospitals have lifted their restrictions on visitors as fewer people are coming in sick with the flu of late.  An outbreak over the past month led both Providence and Legacy to restrict the most vulnerable people from visiting patents.

Still, doctors stress that the flu season is not over and it’s not too late to get vaccinated.

“We will continue …

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Poo Pourri-The Sweet Smell Of Success

Posted by Dan Mitchinson on January 27, 2014

Suzy Batiz has been working for years to get rid of foul bathroom odors.

“My husband is the inspiration” she says laughing during a recent phone interview. “He’s a very stinky guy.”

After nine months of testing homemade formulas on her husband, kids and friends, Batiz came up with a winning formula.

“My backgrounds with aroma therapies, I love to …

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Students Return to Class After Norovirus Outbreak

Posted by Jeremy Scott on January 21, 2014

BEAVERTON — Students returned to Rock Creek Elementary School on Tuesday for the first time since more than 100 of them and some of their teachers got sick from the highly contagious norovirus last week.

There were still some feeling sick and they stayed home.  65 students were absent, which is way higher than usual.

“This illness is undoubtedly causing some of this …

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