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Tuesday May 18, 2021
Oregon Senate votes to reinstate foreclosure moratorium
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — A bill that would reinstate Oregon’s moratorium on foreclosures for those experiencing financial hardship during the coronavirus pandemic passed the state Senate on Monday. The bill, which would allow homeowners to put their mortgage in forbearance at least through June 30, passed on a 19-9 vote and now moves to the House. The previous state moratorium expired at the end of 2 ...
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Tuesday May 18, 2021
Should the mushroom psychedelic Psilocybin be legal to treat mental health conditions?
Established by Ballot Measure 109 (2020), the Oregon Psilocybin Advisory Board makes recommendations to OHA on available scientific studies and research on the safety and efficacy of psilocybin in treating mental health conditions, and makes recommendations on the requirements, specifications and guidelines for providing psilocybin services in Oregon. The Board will also develop a long-term str ...
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Tuesday May 18, 2021
Woman dies in Crash on Hwy 97,   Klamath County
On Monday, May 17, 2021 at approximately 2:25 P.M., Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a single vehicle crash on Hwy 97 near milepost 269. Preliminary investigation revealed a Smart Fortwo car, operated by 67-year-old Deborah Seaquist of Chiloquin, was northbound when it went off the roadway, struck a rock and rolled. Seaquist sustained died from her injuries a ...
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Tuesday May 18, 2021
Molalla Fire Crews Rescue Injured Logger
At approx. 10:15am on the morning of 5/17/21, Molalla Fire District responded to the report of an injured logger in the wilderness area. The location was determined to be around the Williams lake area, an area heavily damaged by last year's devastating fires. Crews arrived to find an injured logger approx. 1 mile into a deep ravine. Crews quickly devised a plan to locate and assess the injured log ...
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Tuesday May 18, 2021
The worst eruption in US history occurred 41 years ago
On May 18,1980, the Mount St. Helens explosion claimed more 57 lives, destroyed thousands of acres of land and wiped out entire animal and plant communities. It darkened skies for hundreds of miles, sent a huge ash cloud circling around the globe and dramatically changed the landscape of the mountain and its surrounding areas. Not far from Portland, Oregon, Mt St Helens is located in southwes ...
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Monday May 17, 2021
4.1 earthquake hits Oregon 100 miles west of Gold Beach
A 4.1-magnitude earthquake rocked the Pacific Ocean at about 8 AM Sunday and struck about 100 miles west of Port Orford. It was the 10th-strongest earthquake west of Oregon’s coast in 2021, about two-and-a-half weeks after three separate quakes set just as many still-unbeaten records for the year. The strongest among them hit magnitude 5.4. Mini-earthquakes strike often near Oregon’s coast, a r ...
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Monday May 17, 2021
Men of Oregon Make It 14 in a Row
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Powered by its depth across the board, the Men of Oregon won the 2021 Pac-12 team title to extend the program's conference winning streak to 14 in a row. The Ducks finished the three-day competition with a meet-record 185 points, outdistancing the field by nearly 60. The UO women won two titles Sunday—five for the weekend—and racked up 151 points ov ...
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Monday May 17, 2021
Second Amendment sanctuaries facing 1st court test in Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — The first court test of whether local governments can ban police from enforcing certain gun laws is playing out in a rural Oregon county, one of a wave of U.S. counties declaring itself a Second Amendment sanctuary. The measure that voters in the logging area of Columbia County narrowly approved last year forbids local officials from enforcing most federal and state gun laws ...
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Monday May 17, 2021
Gresham Police Looking For Missing Endangered 13-Year-Old Girl
GRESHAM, Oregon - Gresham Police are asking for the public's help to find 13-year-old Karen Torres who ran away from her home at 184th/E Burnside Street shortly after 11:00 PM on Saturday, May 15th. Karen has turned her phone off, and deactivated her social media accounts and her friends say they do not know where she is. Police said Karen Torres ran away from her home shortly before 11:00 p.m. ...
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Monday May 17, 2021
Man Shot And Seriously Wouded in Old Town
PORTLAND, Oregon - On Sunday, May 16, 2021 at 7:21 a.m., officers from the Central Precinct were dispatched to a shooting call in the area of Northwest 6th Avenue and Northwest Flanders Street. Officers located an adult male victim with serious gunshot injuries. The victim was transported to an hospital by ambulance. His injuries are serious but not believed to be life threatening. The Enhanced ...
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Monday May 17, 2021
Shooting in the Powellhurst-Gilbert Neighborhood
PORTLAND, Oregon - On May 16, 2021, at 4:39 p.m., officers from the East Precinct responded to a shooting call in the 12600 block of Southeast Taggart Street. As officers were responding, a shooting victim flagged down other officers who were dealing with an occupied stolen vehicle in 14100 block of Southwest Division. The shooting victim was related to the shooting call on Southeast Taggart. T ...
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Monday May 17, 2021
Rethinking Psychiatry to Continue Soteria House Series Online
PORTLAND, Oregon - Rethinking Psychiatry, a grassroots activist education group based in Portland, Oregon, is continuing its successful Soteria House Series of online talks. Soteria Houses are non-clinical short-term community residences for people in mental health crisis, usually pathologized as schizophrenia and related mental illness. Soteria is the Greek word for “deliverance,” and Sot ...
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Monday May 24, 2021
Lebanon Fire District Responds to Multiple Alarms Simultaneously
LEBANON, Oregon - The Lebanon Fire District was hit with two simultaneous multi-alarm fires today requiring assistance from many of the mid-valley’s other fire agencies. LFD had concurrent multi-alarm fires, stretching their resources extremely thin. A structure fire on Sodaville Cut-Off Drive and a structure fire on Burdell Boulevard came in within minutes of one another splitting the district's ...
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Saturday May 15, 2021
Governor Brown drops mask requirements for fully vaccinated Oregonians
SALEM, Oregon - Governor Kate Brown announced Thursday afternoon that Oregon will follow U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance released earlier in the day and is dropping the requirement for wearing masks or to socially distance in most public spaces. Gov. Brown announced that fully vaccinated Oregonians can put away their face masks in most public settings, as has been urged ...
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Saturday May 15, 2021
Stabbing Victim Identified, Suspect Charged with Murder
PORTLAND, Oregon - On March 31, 2021, at about 12:01 a.m., Portland Police from Central Precinct responded to the report of an assault near Southwest 1st Avenue and Southwest Ankeny Street. Upon arrival officers found a person who appeared to have been wounded in a stabbing. Officers provided first aid until medical personnel arrived and transported the victim to a hospital. The victim of the h ...
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Saturday May 15, 2021
25-year-old woman Dies at Hospital after Woodlawn Shooting
PORTLAND, Oregon - On Wednesday, May 12, 2021 at 8:55p.m., North Precinct officers responded to a report of a shooting in the 6800 block of Northeast Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard. When they arrived they located two shooting victims, an adult male and adult female. The victims were transported to a hospital for treatment. The female victim was identified as Danae K. Williams, 25, of Port ...
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Saturday May 15, 2021
Firefighters Battle Barn Fire in Sherwood, Prevent Fire from Spreading to Adjacent Structures.
SHERWOOD, Oregon - Firefighters were called to a reported barn fire in the 22000 block of SW Lebeau Rd in Sherwood just after 2:40 pm today. Multiple callers to 911 reported a fully involved barn fire, with fire threatening nearby structures and spreading to an adjacent field. First arriving firefighters from station 33 in Sherwood found a large barn heavily involved in fire, with spot fires in a ...
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Saturday May 15, 2021
Man Pushes Woman into Traffic, Burns Power Pole, Resists Arrest
PORTLAND, Oregon - A suspect is facing numerous charges after pushing a woman into traffic, burning a power pole, and fighting with officers. On Thursday, May 13, 2021 at 2:52p.m., a call came in to police of an area check regarding a suspect seen pushing a woman into the street near Southeast 36th Avenue and Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard. No officers were immediately available to respond. A ...
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Saturday May 15, 2021
Two-year-old girl falls from window, and (unrelated) cat jumps from burning building
KELSO, WA- Firefighters from Cowlitz 2 Fire & Rescue responded to a two-year-old girl who fell out of a second-story window Friday afternoon at 3:47 at the Country Run apartments on Solomon Rd. The girl was jumping on the bed and fell through the screen door window landing on a glass outdoor table on the first-floor patio shattering the table. The child was transported by paramedics to PeaceHeal ...
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Saturday May 15, 2021
Gun Violence Prevention Effort Brings Together Coalition
PORTLAND, Oregon - A coalition of law enforcement and non-law enforcement partners are collaborating in an effort to quell the gun violence public health crisis in Portland. The Portland Police Bureau is collaborating with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Portland office, the Portland Office of Violence Prevention (OVP), and the Multnomah County District Attorney's office for a special ...
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Saturday May 15, 2021
Hillsboro Fire & Rescue adds two new chief officers
he City of Hillsboro Fire & Rescue Department has fully staffed its leadership team with the recent additions of Deputy Chief Greg Espinosa and Division Chief Fred Charlton. As deputy chief of operations, Chief Espinosa oversees the delivery of services from the department’s 94 firefighters and paramedics. Fred Charlton, division chief of training, leads the department’s education and training ...
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Friday May 14, 2021
Representative Nearman Must Resign or Be Expelled from the Legislature
SALEM, Oregon - In January, surveillance video was released that revealed State Representative Mike Nearman literally opening the door for violent rioters to attack the Oregon State Capitol while it was closed for a special session to deal with the COVID crisis. Immediately after, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Oregon (PPAO) joined with other community organizations, unions and local lawmakers to ...
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Friday May 14, 2021
A man arrested for killing a nine-year-old girl, 9-year-old Baylei Bissonette
PORTLAND, Oregon - A man accused of hitting and killing a nine-year-old girl and hurting two other people in Gresham was arrested Thursday. Cameron King, 20, was charged with criminally negligent homicide and two counts of fourth-degree assault, Gresham police said. He was booked into the Multnomah County Jail. On March 6, Gresham police were called to NW Eastman Parkway and NW 3rd Street ab ...
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Friday May 14, 2021
PeaceHealth Southwest luminary event photos and video clips
VANCOUVER, Washington - To celebrate National Hospital & Healthcare Workers Week, PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver, WA honored its caregivers this evening, creating a beautiful luminary display to acknowledge the extraordinary sacrifices they have made caring for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic. The beautiful display lighted the garden path along PeaceHealth Southwest's ...
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Thursday May 13, 2021
A New Spin On A Classic Video Game Gives Native Americans Better Representation
Jazz Halfmoon, 38, remembers playing the educational video game Oregon Trail as a reward for doing well in class. "It was on a super-old computer," she says. "The green screen was like the only color." She says it was really exciting, and the kids would often clamor and fight over who could play the game at their school on the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, in northeast ...
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Thursday May 13, 2021
Officers dodge bullets, chase possible kidnapping suspect
SILVERTON, Oregon - On Wednesday, on May 12, 2021, law enforcement officers from the Marion County Sheriff’s Office and the Silverton Police Department became involved with a Ford F-150 pursuit of a possible kidnapping suspect. While in pursuit of the pickup, an occupant in the truck fired several times toward police as they traveled through the city of Silverton. The truck finally came to a stop ...
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Thursday May 13, 2021
Couple Has Life Threatening Injuries after Being Shot in Woodlawn Neighborhood
PORTLAND, Oregon - A man and woman have life threatening injuries after a shooting in the Woodlawn neighborhood. On Wednesday, May 12, 2021 at 8:55p.m., North Precinct officers responded to a report of a shooting in the 6800 block of Northeast Martin Luther King Junior Boulevard. When they arrived they located two shooting victims, an adult male and adult female. The victims were transported to ...
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Tuesday May 11, 2021
Human Traffickers Indicted in Portland for Brutally Assaulting Two Women in Portland
PORTLAAND, Oregon - On November 11, 2020, members of a US Marshals Task Force were in the 9700 Block of Northeast Sandy Boulevard looking for a wanted fugitive. During their surveillance they noticed two suspicious men leaving a hotel room unrelated to their fugitive. A member of the US Marshals Task Force was able to see into the room the men had just left and saw a woman bound to a chair who ...
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Tuesday May 11, 2021
SkillsUSA motivates and inspires Woodland High School and with the State Championship title this year
WOODLAND, Washington - Caleb Mouat, a senior at Woodland High School, won the SkillsUSA State Championship with teammates Caitlin Nelson and Oliver Rosas also competing in the program’s virtual championship due to restrictions to prevent the spread of covid-19. Team members credit their SkillsUSA experiences for helping to inspire and motivate them to pursue career paths while still in high school ...
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Tuesday May 11, 2021
Epidemic of Catalytic Converter Thefts Increasing - How You Can Protect Yourself
The theft of catalytic converters has increased at a national level and Battle Ground has not escaped the trend. The Battle Ground Police Department wants you to know that this criminal activity is increasing in our community, how you can to deter theft from your vehicle, what to watch for and how to report suspicious activity. Catalytic converters are expensive components of a vehicle’s exha ...
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