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CNET’s Kim found dead after long search

The story in Oregon has a sad ending. James Kim, the CNET editor who got stranded with his family on a snowy back road in Oregon, was found dead today. His wife and two young kids were found alive earlier this week after searchers were able to zero in on a text message ping from a cell phone. Update: CNET has put together a story, video and message board in memory of James Kim.

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