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Saturday January 21, 2012 - Times viewed: 7794
PORTLAND, Oregon - On Friday, January 13, 2012 at 5:30 p.m. Portland Police officers assigned to North Precinct and officers assigned to the Tri-Met Transit Division responded to a call of a disturbance on the MAX platform at the Lloyd Center. Arriving officers learned that members of the "Guardian Angels" had chased a man with a gun off of the MAX at Holladay Park. Officers searched the area extensively but did not locate the suspect. A KATU news crew was in the area and fortunately filmed the incident. There was very clear footage of the suspect running away with a gun in his hand. Tri-Met Transit officers immediately began a follow up investigation and through their investigative efforts identified the suspect. After the suspect was contacted by officers he agreed to turn himself in. Officers made contact with the suspect today and took him into custody. They learned that the gun was an Airsoft pistol and it was recovered and placed in evidence. The pistol came from the manufacturer with a bright orange tip on the end of the barrel so it would not be seen as a real handgun. That orange marker had been removed to give it a more lifelike appearance. The suspect, a 17-y ...
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Friday January 20, 2012 - Times viewed: 7834
PORTLAND, Oregon - On Thursday January 19, 2012, a Multnomah County Grand Jury indicted three people for the murder of 13-year-old Julio Cesar Marquez, who was killed on November 7, 2011. Indicted for Aggravated Murder and Murder are: 18-year-old Samuel Vasquez, 16-year-old Ezequiel Vasquez and 15-year-old Josefina Jasmin Ramirez. Samuel and Ezequiel Vasquez are brothers. Portland Police Bureau Homicide Detectives began investigating the death of 13-year-old Julio Cesar Marquez in the early morning hours of November 7, 2011. Officers from East Precinct responded to the report of a body found by some schoolchildren in the area of Northeast 107th and Halsey. Officers arrived in the neighborhood and located Julio?s body. The Oregon State Medical Examiner determined that Julio?s death was a homicide and that he died of multiple gunshot wounds and blunt force trauma. Homicide detectives immediately began an investigation into Julio?s death. During the course of the investigation, a rifle was recovered which investigators believe was used in the homicide. Homicide detectives believe that Julio?s murder was gang-related. During the course of this investigation, several tip ...
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Friday January 20, 2012 - Times viewed: 7764
GRANTS PASS, Oregon - A federal judge has denied bail to an Oregon man authorities fear may have been plotting a sniper attack on a high school football game. U.S. District Judge Owen Panner ruled Friday that 26-year-old Raphael Amoroso of Grants Pass poses a danger to the community and could well flee before his trial on firearms charges in March. Amoroso, a self-employed handyman, was arrested in October outside Grants Pass High School hours after a football game. He had been drinking and smoking marijuana and had a loaded pistol in the car. Panner said Amoroso has shown a pattern of escalating behavior since high school, when he wrote on a desk that he wanted to shoot teachers, and later fired a pellet rifle at a jet boat on the Rogue River. ...
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Friday January 20, 2012 - Times viewed: 7847
BEND, Oregon - An 18-year-old is recovering from minor injuries suffered when he was hit by a snow plow in Bend. 18-year-old Scott Burch was walking westbound on or near the white fog line at the time of the crash. Reed Market Road with the flow traffic when a Deschutes Country Road Department snow plow operated by Bruce Schoenthal, 56, hit him near the intersection of Southeast Admiral Way. Burch suffered minor injuries and was taken to St. Charles-Bend. The incident is still under investigation. ...
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Friday January 20, 2012 - Times viewed: 7648
EUGENE, Oregon - Occupy Eugene organizers are promoting an anti-bank protest Monday with a flier that shows a shadowy ninja armed with a crowbar and a pipe wrench. Organizer Kristen Carpenter told The Register-Guard (http://bit.ly/zIjgWE) the flier announcing the "urban ninja bank march" is provocative, but she does not expect demonstrators to damage property. The Occupy Eugene website says ...

Friday January 20, 2012 - Times viewed: 7715
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Columbia River Crossing officials have downsized plans and cut about $650 million from the project, bringing the cost of a new Interstate 5 bridge between Portland and Vancouver to $2.45 billion. Officials told an Oregon legislative committee the changes could reduce Oregon's contribution from $450 million to $300 million. The Oregonian reports (http://bit.ly/zs6Bva ) G ...

Friday January 20, 2012 - Times viewed: 9268
ALBANY, Oregon — Two people drowned after a car in a store parking lot was swept away by flood waters last night in Albany. The driver had driven through a grocery store parking lot and into a culvert. A father and son survived and the bodies of the others in the car, a young mother and her 1-year-old son, were recovered later. Relatives of Catherine McLaughlin found her body after flood waters had subsided enough to continue the search. Catherine McLaughlin and her toddler's deaths were among at least three blamed on a brutal storm that has hit the Pacific Northwest and forced the evacuations Thursday of dozens of homes in a swath of western Oregon, where normally-peaceful rivers have swelled into rushing rapids. Highways have been shuttered, store owners have been forced to move their good to higher shelves and frantic homeowners have stuffed sandbags to hold off the rising water. The car in Albany was first spotted just after 7 p.m. on Wednesday. Search crews recovered the body of 20-month-old Aiden McLaughlin. His mother, Catherine McLaughlin, 18, was missing until the Albany Fire department said that family members located her body at about 1 p.m. Thursday. The ca ...
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Thursday January 19, 2012 - Times viewed: 7907
VANCOUVER, Washington - On January 9, 2012 at approximately 6:35 p.m.., Vancouver Police responded to a hit and run collision involving a vehicle that hit a pedestrian in a marked crosswalk at Fourth Plain Blvd. and Neals Ln. The suspect vehicle did not stop and fled the scene. The victim, a 52 year old female, was transported to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries. The suspect vehicle was located a short distance away in a parking lot unoccupied. Police say the victim was walking in a marked crosswalk at Fourth Plain Boulevard and Neals Lane. Police identified the woman as Pyper, saying she did not stop and that she fled the scene. The victim was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Pyper's vehicle was found unoccupied a short distance away in a parking lot. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Jessica Pyper should contact Vancouver Police Officer Steve Donahue at (360) 772-2376. ...
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Thursday January 19, 2012 - Times viewed: 7900
LEBANON, Oregon - Linn County Sheriff Tim Mueller reports that his Detectives have arrested a local scrap yard owner for failing to comply with state law regarding mandatory reporting of felons selling scrap metal. Myung Jei Kim, 53, of Beaverton, was booked into the Linn County Jail Tuesday afternoon at the conclusion of an investigation that began in late 2011. The investigation began after the Linn County Sheriff’s Office received citizen complaints and information that Kim was not following the recycling laws for a metal and scrap businesses under Oregon Revised Statute 165.107. Kim is the owner and operator of MJ Recycling that is located at 34150 Hwy 20 SE in Albany. The statute was passed into law several years ago in an attempt to prevent stolen metal being sold by criminals. Kim had been warned by deputies on two occasions in January 2010 and May 2011 regarding buying scrap metal from felons. The Sheriff's Office had also provided him a list of known felons in the effort to assist him identify them when they attempted to sell him scrap metal. In spite of the efforts of the Sheriff's Office, detectives found that Kim purchased scrap from at least 10 known felons ...
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Thursday January 19, 2012 - Times viewed: 8640
SALEM, Oregon - An alert Keizer man’s call to Marion County Deputies helped to recover his girlfriend’s stolen car and lead to the recovery of two additional stolen cars and a large amount of stolen property at a home north of Brooks. At approximately 1:30pm, Wednesday, Brian Oaks, was driving on Portland Road NE, when he saw his girlfriend’s 1996 green Honda Accord parked in a driveway of a manufactured double-wide home. Oaks knew that the car had been stolen from Keizer earlier in the day. He called 911 and waited for deputies. Sr. Deputy Martin Bennett and a team of deputies arrived on the scene to make contact at the house. Four occupants of the house were detained, but two others ran from the home and fled. One was later taken into custody. Bennett confirmed that the Honda in the driveway was the one reported stolen from Keizer. In a shop on the property, Deputies discovered two other stolen cars; a 1995 Ford Mustang and a 1995 VW Jetta. The Mustang was stolen from Salem in August, 2011. The Jetta was stolen from Salem earlier this month. Street Crimes Detectives were called in to assist. A search warrant was obtained for the property and served this mornin ...
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Thursday January 19, 2012 - Times viewed: 8291
BROOKINGS, Oregon - On January 19, 2012 at approximately 11:10 a.m. OSP Senior Trooper Jeff Johnson and Trooper Paul Rushton were patrolling in the 98000 block of North Bank Chetco River Road north of Brookings monitoring flooding when they saw an elderly woman walking outside of a home surrounded by the rising Chetco River. The water had risen so high that it covered a Volkswagen Bug vehicle in the backyard of the residence. A local citizen identified as James Cross offered to help the troopers get to the woman and returned with a small aluminum boat and electric motor. Cross and the two troopers navigated the current over 100 yards to the house where they contacted an 80-year old man and 74-year old woman. They had to make two separate trips to get the couple from their home across the water to the OSP vehicle. The current of the rising water was so fast that the electric motor alone couldn’t navigate across the water, so the troopers had to row in conjunction with the use of the small electric motor. The couple was taken to a local motel where a local organization is paying for their overnight lodging. Later in the afternoon, Senior Trooper Johnson returned to th ...
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Thursday January 19, 2012 - Times viewed: 8423
Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are continuing the investigation into the cause of Thursday afternoon’s crash along Highway 20 just outside Albany that injured an adult male. The man’s name will be released Friday after OSP has a chance to interview him. According to Lieutenant Mark Cotter, on January 19, 2012 approximately 3:45 p.m. a citizen came into the OSP Albany Area Command office to report an injury crash along Highway 20 east of the office. OSP, Albany Police Department, Albany Fire Department, Linn County Sheriff’s Office and ODOT responded. The vehicle was found upright in a water-filled ditch with the male driver trapped and injured. Albany fire personnel spent 35 minutes extricating the man before he was transported to Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center in Corvallis with non-life threatening injuries. Preliminary investigation indicates a 1993 Lexus four-door driven by the 32-year old male was eastbound on Highway 20 and traveled off the road at the Goldfish Farm Road intersection. The car continued in the grass without slowing, paralleling the highway for over 300 feet before striking a power pole and culvert. The car went airborne and landed upright in ...
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Thursday January 19, 2012 - Times viewed: 8592

SALEM, Oregon - It's not as bad as 1996 but Oregon residents fear they will be the next victim. Last night parking lots and a creek filled with running water in Albany took the life of a baby and his mother, and today a large storm system moved slowly over the Willamette Valley today, pushing many creeks and rivers to flood stage.

"Due to high water throughout the area and the expected continued precipitation, the City of Salem has activated its Emergency Operations Center," Salem police officials said in a press release Thursday morning.

Marion County Commissioner Sam Brentano, approved a declaration an emergency for a local state of emergency for the county. The declaration gives the county flexibility to manage its resources efficiently.

Just after 3:30 p.m. Gov. John Kitzhaber declared a state of emergency for several Oregon counties that have been severely affected by flooding.

With the declaration, Marion, Coos, Benton and Lincoln counties can now receive immediate help from the state. They could also receive aid from the federal government.

Many streets throughout Salem were closed by police due to high water. Oregon 22 is ...

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Friday January 20, 2012 - Times viewed: 8820
ALBANY, Oregon - Tragedy near Mega Foods store parking lot unfolded last night in Albany after heavy rains flooded the area and filled a creek and canal near Geary and Queen. The driver of the vehicle, 24-year-old Christopher Wilgus of Albany and his son, Maliki, 5, were able to escape from the car. A toddler, Aiden McLaughlin, 20 months, and Aiden's mother, 18-year-old Catherine McLaughlin of Albany were also in the vehicle as it went into the water. Wilgus had driven to the Mega Foods store, which ended with the death Catherine McLaughlin son after their car sank into Periwinkle Creek and was swept away into the canal and into a culvert. McLaughlin is missing but presumed drowned. Water from heavy rainfall flooded the Mega Foods parking lot at the intersection of Geary and Queen just after 8 p.m. and several cars began to float. Albany Fire Department representative Wanda Omdahl said one of the cars somehow floated into a canal that is next to the lot and was pulled under. A teenage boy and his friend attempted to save the family after it was swept away. Flooding conditions and a rising creek contributed to the confusion. Firefighters say Perrywinkle Canal flooded ...
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Wednesday January 18, 2012 - Times viewed: 8083
OREGON CITY, Ore. - An Oregon City couple was found dead in their home on Tuesday in what police are calling a murder-suicide, according to a report in The Oregonian. Mike and Rhonda Hamel spent three decades together but in recent years cancer had changed their lives. Rhonda was reportedly terminal. The Oregonian: Oregon City man, 56, kills terminally ill wife, then himself. Back in 2007, the couple sent photos in to KATU for our Fish Tales segment, where Meteorologist Rhonda Shelby features folks with their catches. At that time, they had gone fishing at the coast for their 26th wedding anniversary. Read the Fish Tale they sent in. ...
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Wednesday January 18, 2012 - Times viewed: 7774
Alice Finch has been found safe. Previous story: This evening, Portland Police officers and Missing Persons Detectives are searching the neighborhood surrounding Southeast 152nd Place and Main Street for a missing, medically endangered 16 year old girl. 16-year-old Alice Finch left her home at approximately 7:18 p.m. tonight and has not returned. She was last seen wearing a black hoodie jacket w/ white panda head on front, jeans, orange cap and black skater shoes. Alice is described as 5'4" tall, 140 pounds, with shoulder-length dark brown hair w/ red highlights, and brown eyes. Alice is unable to care for herself and cannot care for even basic needs. Numerous officers and police K-9 unit are on scene and are searching the neighborhood. State-certified search & rescue teams are enroute to assist in the search. ACIM (A Child Is Missing) has been activated and is an emergency reverse phone notification, with an automated recording. This recording has already gone out to over 1,500 residences in an approx 1-1/2 mile radius of the location she was last seen. The recording asks people to check their yards, outbuildings, neighborhood, and to call 9-1-1 if they see A ...
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Wednesday January 18, 2012 - Times viewed: 7630
PORTLAND, Oregon - Portland Police arrested 53-year-old Bruce Allen SMITH and he has been charged him with Fail to Perform the Duties of a Driver [B Felony]. On October 4, 2011 the Major Crash Team was called out to investigate a fatal hit and run to a pedestrian at Northeast 82nd Way and Alderwood Road. The victim, 21-year-old Abaynesh Awokie was struck and killed by a tractor/trailer driven by Smith as she walked from the nearby MAX station to her place of employment. Smith did not stop. By the end of that day, Traffic Division investigators had identified the tractor, trailer, and driver involved in that crash. More than 100 hours of investigation went into this case and it was ultimately presented to a Multnomah County Grand Jury. The grand jury returned an indictment of one count of felony hit and run [811.705]. This is enhanced to a class B felony when it results in death or serious physical injury. This morning Smith was booked into the Multnomah County jail. ...
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Wednesday January 18, 2012 - Times viewed: 7991
PORTLAND, Oregon = About 30,000 Oregon households in the Portland metro area are without power because of power lines knocked down by a winter storm that moved in overnight. The storm brought some snow, but it changed to rain and the snow quickly began melting, leaving a slushy mix on the roads, cars and trees. Portland General Electric says the customers without power are mainly in Gresham, Oregon City and western Portland. The utility is working to restore service. The main problem has been downed power lines. Portland General Electric crews are also trying to restore power to about 30,000 customers, with the bulk of the outages in Gresham, Oregon City and west Portland. A tree knocked down a power line across Highway 26, closing the roadway at the Highway 47 junction. Highway 18, which also connects the valley to the coast, is also closed, in Grand Ronde, due to downed trees. The same goes for Highway 6 near the coast. While freeways and highways look good overall in Portland, other parts of Oregon were harder hit. The snow led to school closures in towns like St. Helens, Scappoose, Longview, Vancouver, Gresham, Camas and Hood River. Snow accumulations vary ...
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Wednesday January 18, 2012 - Times viewed: 7738
PORTLAND, Oregon - About 30,000 households in the greater Portland metro area are without power Wednesday morning because of power lines felled by a winter storm that moved in overnight. The storm brought some snow to the Portland area but it changed to rain and the snow quickly began melting, leaving a slushy mix on the roads, cars and trees. Portland General Electric says about 30,000 cust ...

Tuesday January 17, 2012 - Times viewed: 7829
MEDFORD, Ore. (AP) — The home where an Oregon woman and her four young children were slain has been torn down while the property owners decide what to do with the land. Jordan Criado (cree-AH-do) faces aggravated murder charges. Police say he stabbed his wife, 30-year-old Tabasha Paige-Criado, and two of the children, and set multiple fires in the small single-story house in Medford. The hom ...

Tuesday January 17, 2012 - Times viewed: 7672
SPRINGFIELD, Oregon - Hospital officials say an 81-year-old blind man has died after being struck by a pickup truck on the highway east of Springfield. John Robert Chamberlain was struck as he was attempting to cross Oregon Highway 126 near Walterville. He was hit Thursday and died Saturday at the hospital in Springfield. State police say they're trying to determine whether Chamberlain was using a white cane. Oregon law requires vehicles to yield to blind and deaf pedestrians with white canes or guide dogs. The driver, 51-year-old James Coulson of Springfield, told police he was confused about Chamberlain's intentions, saying the pedestrian retreated from traffic to the shoulder and then re-entered the highway. Police say Coulson braked hard but couldn't avoid hitting him. ...
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Tuesday January 17, 2012 - Times viewed: 7796
PORTLAND — After a warm autumn and a dry start to the winter, Mother Nature has unloaded on Oregon, coating mountains with snow and snarling travel across much of the state. And forecasters said more is coming. Skiers and snowboarders flocked to the fresh powder, and farmers who depend on melting snow for spring irrigation had a little more hope. The more dangerous consequences of winter weather were also on display as cars slid off highways and jackknifed semis blocked roads. One man died, and a mother was hospitalized along with her four children after an ice-related crash. Most of Oregon was under some form of winter weather alert through Wednesday afternoon. The most severe weather was anticipated in the Columbia River Gorge and the Hood River Valley, where 5 to 7 inches of snow was possible. Forecasters warned that a storm moving in tonight threatened to bog down the Wednesday morning commute in Portland and Salem while dumping heavy snow on the Cascades and the Gorge. One to 3 inches was possible in the Coast Range, along with a mixture of snow and rain in the Willamette Valley. "If the temperatures stay as cold as they have been, we could see some pretty decen ...
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Tuesday January 17, 2012 - Times viewed: 7692
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — A much-photographed Leaburg bridge that serves as both a tourist attraction and a vital gateway for logging trucks is getting $2 million in repairs. The Goodpasture covered bridge, the second-longest covered bridge in Oregon, has structural damage that is limiting the type and number of vehicles that can cross it, the Eugene Register-Guard reports (http://bit.ly/yXpTvA ). The bridge was built in 1938 and spans the McKenzie River about 25 miles east of Springfield. The bridge last got an update in 1987. It connects homes, recreational users and logging trucks on the south side of the river with busy state Highway 126. The project is funded through a federal highway grant program and a 10 percent match from the Lane County road fund. ...
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Tuesday January 17, 2012 - Times viewed: 7706
ASHLAND, Oregon - Ashland City Councilman Greg Lemhouse has resigned from his job with the Medford Police Department to start his own security training and consulting business. Lemhouse says he will remain on the Ashland council. The 38-year-old had worked as an officer for 17 years. ...
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Tuesday January 17, 2012 - Times viewed: 7694
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — A man who was shot to death Friday night in Cottage Grove had been scheduled to plead guilty Tuesday in Lane County Circuit Court in a case alleging he grew and sold marijuana. Lane County prosecutors say they would have asked a judge to sentence 48-year-old Terry Fruichantie to probation. The Register-Guard reports (http://is.gd/aVRGUb) witnesses told sheriff's detective ...

Tuesday January 17, 2012 - Times viewed: 7732
FOREST GROVE, Oregon - Police expect a 6-year-old boy struck by an SUV in Forest Grove will recover. Police say the boy was walking with an adult about 6 p.m. Monday and went ahead to a crosswalk where he was hit. He was taken to Oregon Health & Science University Hospital in Portland. An officer cited the 33-year-old Forest Grove driver for failing to yield to a pedestrian and driving with ...

Monday January 16, 2012 - Times viewed: 7968
SPRINGFIELD, Oregon - Two Springfield-area residents were arrested shortly after midnight at an Aurora-area truck stop after an Oregon State Police trooper discovered illegal drugs and restricted weapons in their vehicle. One of the two arrested was wanted out of Lane County on an outstanding warrant. On January 16, 2012 at approximately 12:01 a.m. an OSP senior trooper contacted two people in a 1997 Jeep utility vehicle in the front parking lot of the TA Truck Stop off Interstate 5 near milepost 278. The two occupants were identified as KRIS A. PIERCE, age 50, and JESSE LEE YAGER, age 22, both from Springfield. OSP was assisted by Marion County Sheriff’s Office and subsequent contact with the two people led to the discovery of approximately an ounce of suspected heroin and small amounts of methamphetamine, methadone and other pills. A stun gun was also found with YAGER’s property, who is a convicted felon. A check for warrants discovered PIERCE was wanted out of Lane County on a warrant charging Fail to Appear YAGER was also lodged in Marion County Jail on the following charges: * Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance (4 counts) * Unlawful Delivery of a Con ...
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Monday January 16, 2012 - Times viewed: 7754
BEND, Oregon - The Oregon Parks and Recreation Commission votes Jan. 25 on whether to grant scenic status to a 36-miles bicycle route between Bend and Tumalo. If approved, it would be the fourth state scenic bikeway in central Oregon. Bicycle Rides Northwest is offering to donate nearly $6,000 for 32 signs to mark the route through Deschutes County. Riders will pass through ponderosa pines and sagebrush while catching views of mountains. ...
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Monday January 16, 2012 - Times viewed: 7743
MANNING, Ore. (AP) — Two people in a car suffered minor injuries when it slid into the scoop of an Oregon Department of Transportation snow plow that had stopped on Highway 26 about eight miles west of Manning. Several other cars went off the road in the wintry conditions on both highways. Sunday morning 2 people suffered minor injuries when their car collided with an ODOT snow plow on Highway 26 west of Manning. State police said a Dodge Charger slid across the road and crashed into the front scoop of the plow. Oregon State Police say the Transportation Department employee was not injured in the Sunday morning accident. ...
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Sunday January 15, 2012 - Times viewed: 8308
PORTLAND, Oregon - Snow at lower elevations was not expected to accumulate throughout Sunday night and Monday morning, the National Weather Service announced, but a Winter Weather Advisory was still in effect for the Coast Range until 10 p.m. Sunday. Tire chains were required for Coast Range passes on U.S. Highway 26 and Oregon Highway 6, the Oregon Dept. of Transportation announced. Several crashes were reported on both highways and cars were leaving the roadway due to icy road conditions. The snow left sporadic accumulations as low as sea level. Some areas of the Willamette Valley floor and the Seattle metro area could get an inch of snow, even more on hilltops. Several inches were expected in the Coast and Olympic ranges, and upward of a foot was predicted in the Cascades. Snow covered passes over the Coast Range & the Cascades. Mt. Hood Meadows reports 10 inches of new snow as of early this morning. Other morning snow reports, Sandy 1-2 inches, Sylvan Pass, a dusting and the Coast Range near 1,000 feet, 2-3 inches. Watch out for icy spots and scattered light dustings of snow, especially in the metro hills. Most of Salem & Portland will see roadways simply wet, wi ...
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