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The Pacific Northwest and the nation saw drastic shifts in every aspect of life in 2017. Here, we've highlighted the top 10 most viewed OPB stories of 2017 and had reporters offer insight on each assignment.
Reindeer are supposed to pull Santa Claus' sleigh, but in Oregon recently, a red-suited man on a sled wound up pushing a deer.
There are reports all over the city of an increased rat population, including along River Road, downtown and the northern and western neighborhoods of the city.
Judge, a crowd-pleasing otter who played hide-and-seek with visitors, has died at the Oregon Coast Aquarium. He was 17.
Washington has been standing in the way of clinical trials on the efficacy of cannabis products as medicines, veterinarians and researchers say. Now, a push is underway to have barriers removed, so both pets and people can benefit.
Persistence paid off for a Eugene Springfield Fire boat rescue team, which on Friday saved a puppy that reportedly had been marooned on an island in the McKenzie River for more than a week.