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Thursday July 15, 2010 - Times viewed: 7659
SISTERS, Oregon. -- Rescuers are searching for a missing 70 year old man who became separated from his wife during a hike near Sisters. He's missing from the Deschutes National Forest area, 16 miles south of Sisters and east of the Three Sisters Wilderness Area

His wife said her elderly husband was well equipped but had no cell phone. They apparently became separated around noon Wednesday when the he stopped for a better view, and she decided to walk ahead and meet him at the end of the trail. But she could not find her husband, and he never showed up.

The Tam McArthur Rim marks the edge of a sparsely vegetated, high volcanic tableland. Tam McArthur Rim can be reached by driving 16 miles south on Forest Road 16, also known as Three Creeks Road, from downtown Sisters, Oregon. The trailhead for the Rim is located at Three Creeks Lake, which has four campgrounds, one of which is a horse camp. The elevation at the trailhead, which is at Three Creek Lake, is 6300 feet, so expect snow to be a possible issue, even in during the summer months. September usually brings the best conditions for visiting the area.

A helicopter crew helped with the search of the Tam MacArt ...
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Tuesday July 13, 2010 - Times viewed: 7932
Who says that a person in their 80's can't change their lifestyle and stop smoking?

Well, not Rose Marie of Port Angeles, Washington. After smoking cigarettes for nearly 70 years she was able to stop "Cold Turkey", a year ago, on her own, suddenly, and without hesitation.

Rose Marie Cross was born in Portland, Oregon and grew up in the Pacific Northwest. Last year she was hospitalized with a malfunctioning Hiatal Hernia and a gall bladder that had to be removed. Her family of daughters, son, and grandkids hurried to her Hospital bedside, thinking the following hours may be her last. There was one complication after another but eventually the problematic Hernia was repaired and her gall bladder removed. But Rose quit smoking even before she left the hospital, not one puff, not one drag on those “nasty cigarettes” she had smoked for so long, a pack-a-day woman who raised her kids through two husbands in and around Portland, Newberg, Grand Ronde, Tillamook, and Cloverdale, Oregon.

Rose and her late husband Ted Cross moved to Port Angeles in the 1970’s, never to return to Oregon except for visits, which were far and few.


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Monday July 12, 2010 - Times viewed: 7599
TILLAMOOK, Oregon - A seven year old boy will have to live with the idea that he accidentally shot and killed his older brother. It all happened on Sunday just outside Tillamook. The type of gun used has not yet been released.

The accidental shooting took place on a Forest Service, Wildcat road near the coastal town, located about 12 miles south of Tillamook on Highway 101.

The boy's father was giving CRP when emergency crews arrived on the scene.

Parametic staff rushed the boy to Tillamook County General Hospital, but he was pronounced dead about one hour after he arrived.

One reader who identified himself as USArmyVetCMO, wrote this comment:

"Another preventable tragedy. EVERY gun owner with children needs to take responsibility to prevent this from happening. Kids are curious. Keep your weapons unloaded, trigger locks on and ammunition secured (and locked) separately. If you have a compulsive need for a self-defense weapon around your house, a simple quick release bed-side safe is available. TEACH your children four simple steps: If you see a gun, STOP! Don't touch! Tell an Adult. If no adult is around, CALL 911.

I drill this saf ...
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Friday July 9, 2010 - Times viewed: 7558
SWEET HOME, Oregon - A teenager from Wilsonville drowned yesterday at the Green Peter Reservoir. He was on a trip for a wrestling training camp.

Late yesterday morning Linn County 911 received an urgent a call about a missing 16-year-old boy. He was later identified as Colton Christopher Holly, a Wilsonville High School student. He had last been seen at the Thistle Creek boat ramp on Green Peter Reservoir east of Sweet Home. AllHolly was part of a wrestling training camp held at Sweet Home High School. Colton Holly and 20 other members of the wrestling team had been swimming and jumping from the boat dock. According to witnesses, he was last seen about 1-1.5 hours prior to the 911 call. When it was discovered he was missing from the group, adult leaders and other team members searched the area for him.

Linn County Sheriff's Deputies and members of the Sweet Home Fire and Ambulance District responded to the call. They found Holly's body at 11:54 p.m. in 20 feet of water, about 50 feet from the boat ramp. Medics attempted gave CRP but the victim was not responsive. There were no visible signs of trauma and foul play is not suspected. ...
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Thursday July 8, 2010 - Times viewed: 7588
PORTLAND- Heat and Air Quality Advisories are in effect for a most of Oregon today. Cooling centers have been opened to help seniors and other handle the heat wave.

The Advisory remains in effect until tomorrow evening but may be extended. The National Weather Service says the combination of hot temperatures and high humidity will combine to create a situation where heat-related illnesses are possible.All The NWS recommends drinking plenty of fluids, staying in air conditioned places, staying out of the sun, and checking up on relatives and neighbors.

The Oregon Department of Ecology issued an Air Pollution Advisory, stating that air quality could be hazardous to the elderly, children, or people with asthma. So, if you're affected by the air quality-- experts say you should stay indoors.  Large reader boards on local highways are asking people to limit their driving to help keep the smog to a minimum.

These conditions can be extremely hazardous to folks with chronic health problems and senior citizens.  Elderly people don't adjust as well as young people to sudden spikes in temperature, mainly because they're more likely to have chronic medical con ...
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Wednesday July 7, 2010 - Times viewed: 7647
MOUNT HOOD, Oregon - Teams of experienced rescue crews are attemting to reach an injured manAllin the Hogsback area of Mount Hood at the 10,000 foot range.  He's not seriously injured but he did hurt his leg somehow.

Rescuers are in cell phone communication with other climbers and should be tending to the fallen man soon.

The man has not yet been identified and details about what happened to him have not yet been released.

Many people are currently on Mount Hood today because of the nice weather.

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Tuesday July 6, 2010 - Times viewed: 7652

Kyron's parents have asked step-mom Terri Horman to cooperate with the police but they wrote in their Monday night response they believe she still is not assisting authorities in their investigation.

"We have been briefed by law enforcement and we have not received a response since our request for her to fully cooperate with investigators to assist in bringing Kyron home," they wrote. "We continue to issue our plea of her FULLY cooperating with law enforcement and the investigation to help bring Kyron home as quickly as possible."

One month after the disappearance of 7-year-old Kyron Horman, police reportedly said a landscaper told them the Oregon boy's stepmother tried to hire him to kill her husband, Kaine Horman.

Terry Horman looks like a different person in her bodybuilding photos.

In 2005, Terri placed fourth in the women-over-35 category in the Emerald Cup of bodybuilding.

Terri Moulton Horman continues as the primary person of interest in Kyron's disappearance. It's been over a month since Kyron has been seen.

The cloud of suspicion thickens and sources close to the investigation say police al ...
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Saturday July 3, 2010 - Times viewed: 7632
GRANTS PASS, Oregon - Perhaps pot vended by machine is further down the road but the most recent initiative to get medical marijuana dispensed by those other than the user may be on the next ballot. The measure would make it legal for medical marijuana users to buy from state-regulated dispensaries.

Signatures for six measures have now been turned in before the declared deadline.

The Secretary of State's Office has until August 1 to verify that enough signatures from registered voters were received to meet the required 82,769 for statutory measures, and 109,843 for constitutional amendments. Initiative Petition 28 would authorize nonprofit organizations to maintain state-regulated dispensaries to sell marijuana to legal medical marijuana users with cards. Currently the sick must must grow their own marijuana or pay someone outsider to grow it for them.

Backers of the Initiative say they're confident the 22,000 signatures turned in Friday would put them over the top.

"The flaw with the current law expects sick and dying patients to produce their own medicine," said John Sajo of the Voter Power Foundation.

Measure 76 would amend the c ...
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Friday July 2, 2010 - Times viewed: 8209
PENDLETON, Oregon -- An Oregon state prison guard was arrested after a woman told police he threatened her with gun then raped her. Prison guard Robert Grindstaff was arrested and booked on charges of rape, sodomy, and burglary. The 37-year-old man was placed on unpaid leave from the Two Rivers Correctional Institution in Umatilla. Morrow County Sheriff Ken Matlack said deputies arrested Grindstaff for third-degree criminal mischief on Tuesday after a woman reported her tires had been slashed. The next evening, the same woman called to 9-1-1 to report the rape. Deputies also arrested 34-year-old Rusty Harley on suspicion that he tried to cover up evidence.

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Friday July 2, 2010 - Times viewed: 7738
Portland, Oregon - UPDATE - A judge has forbidden Terri Horman, the stepmother of a missing 7-year-old Portland boy to have access to her children or to any firearms.

Court officials say the restraining order against Terri Moulton Horman was granted Monday afternoon by Multnomah County Circuit Judge Keith Meisenheimer. The judge released part of the court file Tuesday.

Horman's stepson, Kyron, went missing June 4, which led to one of the most extensive searches in Oregon history.

Terri Moulton was the last known person known to have seen Kyron. Kyron's father, Kaine Horman, filed for divorce from Terri Horman on Monday and sought the restraining order.

Terri and Kaine Horman have a 19-month-old daughter, and Terri Horman has a teenage son from a previous marriage.

Divorce papers filed Monday show that Kaine Horman had a new, undisclosed address as of Saturday. They also show he is seeking sole custody of the 19-month-old daughter he had with Terri Moulton Horman.

During the investigation into the fate of Kyron Horman, his father and stepmother had been living in their home in the countryside west of downtown Portland, along with their daug ...
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Tuesday June 29, 2010 - Times viewed: 7696
PORTLAND, Oregon. - The father of missing Skyline School second-grader Kyron Horman has filed for divorce from his wife Terri Moulton Horman and was granted a restraining order against her. The Sheriff's Office and the media continue to say Terri Moulton Horman isn't a suspect in the disappearance of 7-year-old Kyron Horman. Terri's friend Jaymie Finster said Terri was tested for a second polygraph on Saturday. Jaymie Finster said Horman is "tired and frustrated with the intensity of the questioning she's been getting." The police may have no clues and we could end up where we began. Criminal profiler, Clint Van Zandt has stated he's not satisfied with the manner in which police are handling the investigation saying "...their approach is similar to the 60s TV show Get Smart.‚ÄĚThat's not reality, the world is not like that," says Van Zandt. Police say Terri Moulton Horman is not currently a person of interest. There is speculation that Terri's crying was fake. Others say that idea s ridiculous. Willamette Week, citing unnamed law-enforcement officials "from agencies at the city, county and federal level," says Moulton Horman raised suspicions almost immediately for havi ...
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Saturday June 26, 2010 - Times viewed: 7657
WARRENTON, Oregon - In a head-on crash with a dump truck two people were killed on Highway 101. Oregon State Police said the collision occurred around 12:30 p.m. yesterday at milepost 10 near Warrenton. The victims have not yet been identified. State police said the driver of the dump truck was taken to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Officials closed all four lanes of the highway and allowed traffic to pass on the shoulder. Police diverted traffic at Lewis and Clark Road in Seaside and the roundabout in Astoria. The highway is expected to reopen later this afternoon, according to ODOT

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Friday June 25, 2010 - Times viewed: 7662
On The Today Show this morning,

Desiree Young described her son as shy, someone who prefers to stay close to home. "He's timid and can't see very well", she said.

Her former husband, Kaine Horman, Kyron's father, was with her on the show. They did a round of interviews with network TV shows to help keep the public informed.

"Honestly, I am a little scared at this point," Young said. "Three weeks is a long time. We need to bring him home."

They say that Kyron understands not to talk to strangers but because he has some trouble following directions in school, they have worked with him on listening to teachers and parents.

When asked if Kyron might have left the school with an adult he may not have known, his mother said,

"I can't say he wouldn't because he knew it's a stranger danger situation.,I don't know if he would recognize that."

It was the third public appearance by the two since Kyron was last seen on June 4 at his school.

Investigators are working through thousands of tips, "throwing every resource" to find Kyron, the parents said. They are working with investig ...
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Wednesday June 23, 2010 - Times viewed: 7528
PORTLAND -- Seventeen year old Billy Moore was shot in the back and died after an argument on a TriMet bus. It all happened late Monday in the Portsmouth area ofAllNorth Portland.

Billy Moore had just left his mother's bedside at Oregon Health and Science University where she was about to be taken off life-support.  Then, Moore boarded a TriMet bus and got into an argument with some other passengers before reaching his stop. 

Billy got off the bus near his home and one of the boys he had been arguing with shot him in the back. He then crawled home and died at his doorstep.

Billy Moore had just graduated from high school and friends said he was getting his life together. His mother had been suffering from Leukemia and died in the hospital shortly after Billy's visit.

Police arrested a 16-year-old suspect but his name was not released because of his age.

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Monday June 21, 2010 - Times viewed: 7578
Investigators continue to be stumped in the disappearance of seven year old Kyron Horman. And they're now asking specific questions about his movements and his stepmother Terri Horman who has been given two polygraph test.

Police have not discussed the specific results of the polygraph. But word has leaked that Terri Horman has neither flunked or specifically passed the test. Polygraphs are notoriously known for being ambiguous and unreliable.

Terri Horman was the last known person to have seen Kyron. She dropped him off at school the day he vanished.

Today, police will collect a questionnaire they sent to the community asking if anyone saw Terri Horman or the white truck she was driving on the day Kyron disappeared.

Multnomah County Sheriff's Capt. Jason Gates said Terri Horman is "being cooperative with investigators. The whole family is being cooperative with investigators."

Throughout the ordeal and the investigation, the family has remained mostly out of view, rarely appearing in public and only once appearing together to read a statement.

"You mean everything to us," said Kyron's stepfather, Tony Young. "U ...
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Friday June 18, 2010 - Times viewed: 7531
HILLSBORO - A Hillsboro Police officer was forced to kill a man who approached him with a knife. The incident occurred at Thursday at JP Cuisine Take-Out, 1895 SE Tualatin Valley Hwy, at about 9 p.m.. Police responded to a 911 call and found a woman in the kitchen bleeding from a stab wound. Then a man walked out from a back room with a knife, approached the officer who then fired his handgun and shot the man. The man was taken to OHSU hospital where he died of his wounds. The injured woman died at the scene, according to the Hillsboro Police Department. The officer, a four-year veteran with the Hillsboro Police Department, was not injured. Police didn't identify the victim or the man, but said they were in their mid-30s and both worked at the restaurant. The incident may have began from a domestic situation. Hillsboro detectives and the Washington County Major Crimes Team are investigating. ...
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Thursday June 17, 2010 - Times viewed: 7552
TIGARD, Oregon - A boy was tossed out of his bed after a speeding car rammed into his Tigard home Wednesday morning.

The accident happened not long after midnight at 8115 SW Bonita Road, in Tigard. Police have said the driver was drunk as he raced through the neighborhood.

“The impact was so significant that it knocked the home off its foundation by a foot and severed natural gas lines,” said Brian Barker, a spokesman for Tualatin valley Fire & Rescue.

The car rammed the outside wall of the boy’s bedroom, knocked and him off his bed. He woke up startled but not injured. His parents were sleeping in their own bedroom. They also were not hurt.

"The occupants of this home are very lucky that they weren't injured," said TVF&R Battalion Chief James Davis.

Firefighters had to cut the driver out of the smashed car. The boy was driving without a license or insurance, police say. He and his 20-year-old passenger were take to Oregon Health and Science University for treatment.

After he was released from the hospital, the driver was arrested on several charges including DUII, assault, reckless endangering, cri ...
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Wednesday June 16, 2010 - Times viewed: 7574
WILSONVILLE, Oregon.- Police have arrested a teenage boy and a young man man in an armed robbery of a Wilsonville electronics store.

21 year old Tio Hernandez of Gresham and a 16 year old boy were charged with first-degree robbery.All

Investigators said they believe last Saturday night surveillance cameras caught the two individuals stealing electronics by threatening security guards at knifepoint .

Clackamas County detectives said that about 7:30 pm the two young men pushed a shopping cart out of the front door, filled with a car stereo, an HP computer, video games and accessories, and iPods.

Deputies said that when confronted by store security, the two men pulled out knives.

Tio Hernandez was reported by the victims to be especially aggressive and tried to stab one of the officers in the chest.

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Tuesday June 15, 2010 - Times viewed: 7574
Searchers are becoming more doubful they will find missing Kyron Horman alive. The feeling of dispare is increasing and some searchers have given up. But the vast majority of police and FBI agents are still hopeful something positive will turn up.

Meanwhlile, most Oregon public schools have beefed up their security and are shutting their doors as Kyron Horman remains missing. In fact, since the 1992 rape of a 12-year-old girl after she was abducted from Kellogg Middle School in Portland many Oregon schools have changed the way they allow unauthorized people into their schools.

In Salem-Keizer, elementary schools' front doors are locked; middle schools and high schools lock every door except the front door, according to Raymond Byrd, security manager at the school district. High schools have security officers, and guests at any school are required to sign in and clip on a visitor's badge.

More than a week ago, Kyron Horman was discovered missing. The boy's mother walked him almost to his classroom about 8:45 a.m. and left. She didn't find out he'd been absent all day until he didn't return home on the school bus.

Speaking to the press, Kyron Ho ...
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Tuesday June 15, 2010 - Times viewed: 7571
Searchers are becoming more doubful they will find missing Kyron Horman alive. The feeling of dispare is increasing and some searchers have given up. But the vast majority of police and FBI agents are still hopeful something positive will turn up.

Meanwhlile, most Oregon public schools have beefed up their security and are shutting their doors as Kyron Horman remains missing. In fact, since the 1992 rape of a 12-year-old girl after she was abducted from Kellogg Middle School in Portland many Oregon schools have changed the way they allow unauthorized people into their schools.

In Salem-Keizer, elementary schools' front doors are locked; middle schools and high schools lock every door except the front door, according to Raymond Byrd, security manager at the school district. High schools have security officers, and guests at any school are required to sign in and clip on a visitor's badge.

More than a week ago, Kyron Horman was discovered missing. The boy's mother walked him almost to his classroom about 8:45 a.m. and left. She didn't find out he'd been absent all day until he didn't return home on the school bus.

Speaking to the press, Kyron Ho ...
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Thursday June 10, 2010 - Times viewed: 7539
MILWAUKIE, Ore. – A woman with a child is accused of driving drunk as she plowed into a fence and landed on the top of a parked car at around 11 pm. The 37 year old driver, Andria Skinner, crashed near SE 32nd Avenue in Milwaukie. Milwaukie police said she was not hurt and neither was the child.

Police found a car resting on top of two others near an apartment complex in the 3100 block of Southeast Boyd Street.

Police arressted Andria Skinner for DUI and recklessly endangering another person. She was transported to the Clackamas County Jail then released the following afternoon. ...
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Wednesday June 9, 2010 - Times viewed: 7555
PORTLAND, Oregon - Skyline School: 38 students stayed home from Skyline School on Tuesday, about double the number of the usual 20 student absences.Authorities said they believe Kyron's disappearance is an isolated case and addressed parental concerns over safety by urging them to keep their same routines.

Police detectives said they have interviewed Kyron parents and students at Skyline Elementary School for information. Kyron and his stepmother, Terri Moulton Horman, were at a science fair at the school early Friday. Terri said she last Kyron walking down a hallway toward his classroom about 8:45 a.m. The FBI has joined the search. Kyron vanished after Terri Moulton left him at his Northwest Portland elementary school on Friday morning.

"If we had something that was solid that we could give you, we would. If there was something that would benefit Kyron, we would release it."

said Capt. Jason Gates with the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office,

Kyron did not return home on the bus as scheduled and the family called the school. And so far there is no memory of Kyron attending class. Authorities searched the school and the surrounding area and ...
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Monday June 7, 2010 - Times viewed: 7543
An intense search continues for Kyron Horman, a seven year old boy who mysteriously disappeared last week after he arrived at his Portland Skyline Elementary School. He did not return home Friday. His stepmother said she last saw Kyron on Friday morning after she dropped him off at the school and saw him walking down the hallway toward his classroom.

"There was a science fair here at the school," Portland Public Schools spokesman Matt Shelby said. "You had a situation with lots of parents and friends coming through the school, going class to class."

"Kyron was here with his stepmother, seen with his stepmother," Shelby said.

The science fair was held before the beginning of classes, said Shelby, "so working parents could come and participate."

Apparently no one at the school saw Kyron after 8:45 a.m. Friday and he never made it to his classroom.

Searches around the area of the school were made and during the weekend the Portland Police Bureau, Gresham Police Department, Fairview Police Department, Oregon State Patrol, and the FBI continue to look for and investigate the disappearance.

"My heart, ...
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Friday June 4, 2010 - Times viewed: 7613
HILLSBORO, Oregon -- After police were called on a report of a suicidal person Thursday a Hillsboro police officer was shot in the shoulder. Hillsboro Police Department spokesman Mike Rouches said a therapist called police around 5 p.m. and said a patient was upset and causing problems at a home near 661 N. First St.

When officers arrived they were confronted by Sepp Tokanaga, also known as Michael Smith, whom Rouches said made threats at the officers. During the confrontation, police said, some sort of explosive device was aimed at the officers. "I saw what looked like a bomb come out of the house and then it blew up," said Kevin Marbel. "Then it was like 20 gunshots fired."

Tokanaga opened fire and shot at the officers. Justin Morris, 33, was shot in the shoulder then other officers returned fire and Tokanaga was shot in the leg. "I heard several gunshots of different caliber, one being higher and then second being heavier," said neighbor Charles Jordan. "It sounded like three shots followed by four shots." Officer Morris was taken to Legacy Emanuel Hospital for surgery and has since been released.

Tokanaga was take ...
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Wednesday June 2, 2010 - Times viewed: 7713
The Yamhill County Sheriff’s Office has made a big marijuana bust with the help of McMinnville police.

A search warrant for both agencies allowed authorities to find close to 150 marijuana plants, methamphetamine, and bundled marijuana. The residence is near Hill Road on the west side of McMinnville. Police arrested the home renter and an friend into custody on several charges.

Capt. Ken Summers identified the suspects as James Douglas Woods Sr., about 50 and a renter at 483 S.W. Kauer Drive, and 30 year old Adam Benneth Ledgerwood, 2216 N.E. Lafayette Ave. They were arraigned last Thursday in circuit court.

Woods is charged with five felony counts of possession and delivery of a controlled substance, and one count of manufacture of a controlled substance.

Judge Ronald Stone set bail at $100,000.

Ledgerwood is charged with one count of delivery of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, carrying a concealed weapon and felon in possession of a restricted weapon. Bail was set at $25,000.

The Community Response Team’s mission statement reads: “To actively and aggressively combat quality of life issues ...
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Tuesday June 1, 2010 - Times viewed: 7540
PORTLAND, Oregon - Portland police were forced to shoot a Pit Bull to death yesterday morning after the dog mauled a man and bit a woman.

Poice officers responded to the call at the southeast Portland neighborhood and found the dog mauling a man. The man who was under the dog at the time pleaded for the police to shoot the dog. A police officer shot into the ground and the Pit Bull fled. As medical responders treated the man, a second officer followed the dog and when the dog turned on him, he fired and killed the Pit Bull.

Police say the man is at a local hospital with severe yet not life-threatening injuries. The woman suffered puncture wounds but apparently she decided she did not with to be hospitalized.

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Saturday May 29, 2010 - Times viewed: 7585
CLOVERDALE, Oregon -- A devestating fire consumed a home and two businesses in the coastal town of Cloverdale. Firefighers faught the four-alarm fire all afternoon and Tillamook Fire District Fire Marshal Rueben Descloux said about 100 firefighters and responders battled the blaze, which began at about 4 p.m. Friday.

Destroyed the fire was Sher-Win Auto Repair and mostly collapsed the Nestucca Fire Administration Building. Also heavily damaged was a Napa Auto Parts store. Police closed Highway 101 for several hours as firefighters attempted to control the heavy flames. They also evacuated several homes in the nieghborhood. Firefighters were forced to retreat because the fire spread up into the second story of the auto parts store and the attic of the fire station.

The damaged buildings included 140 feet of frontage road by Highway 101. Firefighters removed equipment in time, but teir main station and administration building were damaged. One person suffered non-life-threatening burns. An investigation into the cause of the fire began today.

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Saturday May 29, 2010 - Times viewed: 7652
>GRESHAM, Oregon - A grandmother has been arrested and charged with murder of her one year old granddaughter. Investigators said the grandmother, 58 year old Carolyn Bellamy said the girl had been injured in a fall from a bed.

The incident occurred last October in the 21000 block of Southeast Ash Street. Police were called in regard to a report of an unresponsive child who had fallen out of a bed.

When officers arrived they found one year old Ariana Magathan with a head injury. The child was taken to a local hospital. Medical personnel told police the injuries were not consistent with a fall from a bed.

The little girl was placed on life support but unfortunately died just before what would have been her second birthday. The Medical Examiner said the girl had died of a violent blunt force trauma to the head.

A grand jury indicted the girl's grandmother and sole guardian, Carolyn Bellamy, on charges of felony murder and manslaughter.

Grandmother Carolyn Bellamy is being held at the Multnomah County Detention Center. ...
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Friday May 28, 2010 - Times viewed: 7557
CORVALLIS, Oregon - Corvallis police are warning residents about a door-to-door sales crew that works for a company that ran afoul of authorities in 2008.

The department learned that T&B Sales Inc. is in the area. The company sells a cleaning product called "Advantage" or "Advantage Wonder Cleaner."

Lieutenant Dave Henslee says calls have already come from residents complaining about pushy sales tactics.

The Department of Justice investigated the same company two years ago, following complaints aggressive sales practices, fraud, theft and illegal drug activity from Marion, Polk and Yamhill counties.

T&B salespeople were arrested on allegations of forging stolen checks, using false names at a hospital and selling marijuana to an undercover police officer.

The company agreed to comply with Oregon's Unlawful Trade Practices Act and paid a $2,500 fine. ...
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Monday May 24, 2010 - Times viewed: 7598
BEAVERTON, Oregon - A first-grade student at Rock Creek Elementary School in Beaverton is one of 40 finalists in the Doodle 4 Google competition. The annual competition asks students to design a logo for the Internet giant. Aspiring artists had to follow a theme of what would they do if they could do anything.

For Rock Creek first-grader Vicky Siah, she said she would take a trip under the sea. "I drew a clown fish with some coral reefs," she said. All 40 regional finalists have been invited to an award ceremony at Google's New York City office, where the national winner will be announced. The winning student's doodle will be displayed on the Google homepage Thursday.

The 6-year-old’s colorful, coral reef design of the Google homepage logo is one of 40 national finalists in the competition for K-12 students, which attracted 33,000 entries.

Your vote could push her to the top of her division and win Vicky a $15,000 college scholarship and a $25,000 computer lab for Rock Creek Elementary School. The winning design will also be displayed in a Smithsonian museum exhibit.

It was the chance to win a new computer lab for her school that motivat ...
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