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PORT ORCHARD, Wash. - A Port Orchard man is going viral for his ingenious way of herding his family's ducks. A video posted by Jordan Brookbank Barrera last week, captioned, "When you ask your husband to put away the ducks," shows the small remote control car driving through the yard and getting the ducks in the pen.
CANBERRA, Australia - An Australian dictionary has chosen "milkshake duck" as its word of 2017, though after the announcement most people said they had never heard of the term. Milkshake duck is a term born in the twittersphere that describes an overnight social media sensation whose viral support rapidly dissolves with closer scrutiny.
ABERDEEN, Wash. (AP) - Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife police say they're searching for a suspect after three bags of dead ducks were possibly disposed of illegally near Aberdeen. KING-TV reported Tuesday that the bags were dumped on State Route 12, about nine miles east (about 14 kilometers) of Aberdeen.
WASHINGTON - To most of the world, the pink-headed duck is probably extinct. But not to Richard Thorns. This week, he launches a seventh expedition into the wilds of Myanmar to search for the pink-headed duck that hasn't been seen alive since 1949, and that was in India. No one has seen the bird alive in Myanmar in more than a century.
SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police say an early morning shooting at Manito Park has sent two people to the hospital Saturday. Police responded to a shooting call just before 2:30 a.m. It happened near the duck pond.
LINCOLN COUNTY, Wash. - The Hart Fire is continuing to burn in Lincoln County near Davenport. The latest from officials is that it’s 20 percent contained after burning 4,200 acres. With an estimate of up to 15 structures lost in this fire, some families are counting their blessings. Diane Ritzman never thought she’d see her animals again.
NEW ZEALAND - Being a mom can be tough. Especially when eight of your kids decide to get stuck in a sewer. Thankfully for one New Zealand mother duck, the Titirangi Volunteer Fire Brigade saw her quacks for help and stepped in to retrieve the mischievous ducklings and reunite them with their mother.