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‘Dream or reality?’ Koreans to meet after decades apart

Lee Soo-nam was 8 the last time he saw his older brother. Sixty-eight years ago this month the boy watched, bewildered, as his 18-year-old brother left their home in Seoul to escape invading North Korean soldiers who were conscripting young men just weeks after invading South Korea to start the Korean War.

Fresh Soul restaurant to hold grand opening on Thursday in East Central

Spokane’s new soul food joint is more than just a restaurant. It’s an opportunity for youth looking to gain job skills. Fresh Soul is opening its doors at 3 p.m. Thursday at 3029 E. Fifth Ave. It will serve southern food staples like smoked ribs, fried chicken and seafood gumbo out of its bright-blue building.

Decades after woman finds baby buried alive in shallow grave, the 2 reunite

In 1998, a jogger found a newborn baby buried alive in the foothills of Altadena, his umbilical cord still attached. The baby, not more than a few hours old, hovered near death. For decades, Azita Milanian would wonder what happened to the boy after he recovered at a Pasadena hospital and was put up for adoption.