As you prepare to sit down and gobble up turkey on Thursday, take 99 seconds and discover just how colorful the Pilgrims really were, Thomas Jefferson's disdain of the holiday and what those in the International Space Station plan on eating on Thanksgiving.
The Butterball Turkey Talk Line launched in 1981 to help home cooks make turkeys for Thanksgiving. The hotline has helped 50 million people so far. Supervisor Marjorie Klindera shared what it's like to work on the hotline.
Take a look all the way around the new Starbucks green cup. Artist Shogo Ota created a mosaic of more than 100 people drawn with one line for the new limited edition cup. "During a divisive time in our county, Starbucks wanted to create a symbol of unity as a reminder of our shared values, and the need to be good to each other,” said Howard Schultz, chairman and CEO.
Evin Hopper, bar manager at Capitol Bar in Boise, shows you how to make a classic margarita with a juicy twist. You'll need 1.5 oz. premium tequila, .75 oz. Cointreau, .75 oz. fresh lime juice, .5 oz. simple syrup, .5 oz. fresh orange juice, chili salt. Fill mixing glass with first four ingredients. Add ice and shake. Strain into a chili salt-rimmed, old-fashioned glass filled with ice. Squeeze fresh orange juice over the top. Garnish with orange peel. Happy Cinco de Mayo!
This PSA chronicles the life of a single strawberry—from the farm to the supermarket to its ultimate destination: the trash. This video is part of the “Save the Food’ campaign designed to reduce food waste, change household behaviors, and ultimately minimize environmental and economic impacts. (Learn more at savethefood.com)
Whatcom County Prosecutor David McEachran explains how detectives arrested Timothy Forrest Bass, 50, of Everson in connection with the 1989 abduction and murder of 18-year-old Amanda T. “Mandy” Stavik of Acme, at Bass’s first appearance Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017, at Whatcom Superior Court.
With the arrest in the 28-year-old murder of Amanda “Mandy” Theresa Stavik case, we looked in the files for images from the 1989 case. Stavik was 18 when she disappeared Nov. 24, 1989, after going jogging with the family dog near her mother’s home near Acme in Whatcom County, Washington.
Whatcom County Sheriff Bill Elfo discusses the arrest of Timothy Forrest Bass, 50, of Everson for the 1989 murder of 18-year-old Amanda Theresa “Mandy” Stavik of Acme at a press conference on Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017.
Raven and a couple of his buddies were found abandoned behind an apartment building scavenging for food and trying their best to survive. He’s is a young adult domestic short-haired cat. He is a very independent, shy cat that's up for adoption at the Whatcom Humane Society.