New location does Café Yumm proud

Why: Café Yumm recently opened its second Washington restaurant, which is also a second location for franchise owner Liz Smith, who owns Café Yumm at Portland State University. Located in the Mill Plain Crossing shopping center, the fast-casual cafe offers diners premium menu selections that fit in with a healthy lifestyle. More than 50 percent of the food used is certified organic. Most menu items may be modified, and Café Yumm has an online nutrition calculator to specially design your meal.

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You'll flip for mung bean pancakes

Mung beans have been a staple of the cuisines of India, China, Korea and Southeast Asia for thousands of years. And with good reason. They are a delicious and healthy source of protein and fiber.

'Gone Baby Gone' actor is pulled from water at beach, dies

BOSTON — Authorities say an actor who had roles in "Gone Baby Gone" and "The Fighter" has died more than a week after he was pulled from the water at a Boston beach.

Mount Vista pool removal decision makes waves

For eight years, the 70,000-gallon pool sitting behind the Mount Vista Homeowners Association recreation center has sat unused.

Zimbabweans in lion hunt in court; kill was "unethical"

HARARE, Zimbabwe — Two Zimbabweans arrested for illegally hunting a lion appeared in court Wednesday. The head of Zimbabwe's safari association said the killing was unethical and that it couldn't even be classified as a hunt, since the lion killed by an American dentist was lured into the kill zone.

Hearing Friday on suit over Kurt Cobain death-scene photos

SEATTLE — A judge is set to hear arguments Friday over whether to proceed with a trail over releasing Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain's death-scene photos and records.

Confederate flags placed near MLK's church in Atlanta

ATLANTA — Confederate battle flags were stealthily placed on the grounds of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s church, and authorities said Thursday they were looking for two white males who were recorded on surveillance camera leaving the banners behind.


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