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New Star Wars trailer: The Force Awakens

Those words could be the catch phrase all over again in 2015. Here's a sneak preview of what's to come. "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" trailer can be seen online and theaters all around.

"Santa HQ" the whole Santa experience package

The days of patiently waiting in line to snap a photo with Santa and hand over a wish list, could be over, thanks to smartphones and other new tech tricks. Karin Caifa takes a look at Saint Nick's digital savvy.

Women's football league gears up

Volunteering, shopping, eating and football, Thanksgiving Day is full of traditions. Van Tieu reports on a football team that is throwing tradition and testosterone out the window. "Set-go-go!"

Stolen decorations replaced by Secret Santa

A Grinch stole a family's Christmas decorations, but a Secret Santa restored the family's faith, Arezow Doost has the story. Two simple words, Thank You, a new message.

Exercising, no matter when you start, can add years to your life

Is there a fountain of youth? Not really, but a moderate amount of exercise can stop, or at least slow the clock. Jim Morelli has the details in today's Health Minute.

Black Friday frenzy and hunt for bargains

It's the biggest shopping day of the year, at brick and mortar stores at least. Today of course is known as Black Friday, stores nationwide are seeing big crowds, some of them rushing through doors as early as 5 p.m. Thanksgiving.

Washington rain triggers flooding

Heavy rainfall leads to flood warnings on Western Washington rivers and the evacuation of Mount Rainier National Park. Heather Graf reports.

Chief of tattoos

(KHQ) In a small town like Tonasket, Washington it's not uncommon for people to do more than one job. "We all wear a lot of hats in town," Yvonne Kennedy says.

Fake cancer mom sentenced

(KUSA) A Colorado mother who admitted to faking her 6-year-old son's cancer was sentenced to five years probation and 90 days in jail Tuesday in Arapahoe County.

Heartbeat lives on

Family of organ donor hears son's heart beating in the chest of the transplant recipient that it saved. Adrienne Broaddus reports.