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Sunday March 25, 2012
Newberg-Dundee Police Department wants help to identify person's of interrest
In the early morning hours of January 15, 2012 someone set fire to the Mckern House, a historical building located at 900 Corinne Drive in Newberg. The Mckern house was a two story residence that was moved to the property with plans to be restored. Despite the efforts of local fire fighters the residence was completely destroyed. ...
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Sunday March 25, 2012
Serious Injury Traffic Crash
Oregon State Police (OSP) is continuing the investigation into Friday night's serious injury traffic crash involving a passenger vehicle and a semi-trailer on Highway 211 near Colton. On March 23, 2012 at approximately 8:10 p.m. a 2000 Volvo truck pulling a flatbed semi-trailer driven by BRIAN E. GOFF, age 50, from Salem, was turn left from S. Oswalt Road onto Highway 211 near milepost 20.. Wh ...
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Sunday March 25, 2012
UPDATE: Missing Vancouver teen girl found
UPDATE: Ayla Venable has been located by Portland Police in Downtown Portland and is no longer considered a missing person. 15-year-old Tremane Jarrod Salazar has also been located and is no longer considered a runaway. ----------- Earlier story: Portland Police Bureau Missing Persons Detectives have been working with North Precinct officers and the Clark County Sheriff's Office to ...
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Saturday March 24, 2012
Fire damages bank branch in Oakridge
OAKRIDGE, Oregon — Fire has badly damaged a Siuslaw (SEEUSE-law) Bank branch in Oakridge, Ore., southeast of Eugene. Employees evacuated the burning bank on Friday afternoon. No injuries were reported. Fire crews tell KEZI they think a power surge started the fire at the back of the bank. They arrived to find smoke billowing from three sides of the building and flames in the back. Assista ...
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Saturday March 24, 2012
Hillsboro Toddler critical after fall into washing machine
HILLSBORO, Oregon — Hillsboro police a toddler is hospitalized in critical condition after falling into a washing machine full of water. The 18-month-old boy crawled on top of and into washer Friday. The boy's mother reportedly was reading a book in the living room when the accident happened. Rouches says the child was not breathing when the woman found him in the washer. The boy is hospi ...
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Saturday March 24, 2012
Medford man arrested in wife's death
MEDFORD, Oregon — Sheriff's officers say a Medford man has been arrested in his wife's death. Jackson County deputies and firefighters found 34-year-old Kristy Huddleston dead with a gunshot wound early Friday in the couple's home. Emergency crews had responded to a 911 call that reported a person bleeding. Deputies, Oregon State Police and local police agencies fanned out to look for 43-yea ...
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Friday March 23, 2012
Portland Police Bureau Spring Break Enforcement and Activities
The Portland Police Bureau will be conducting extra patrol missions throughout Spring Break to keep Portland's youth safe. All precincts, along with the Traffic Division, Transit Police, and Gang Enforcement will be conducting extra patrols to reduce unlawful or disorderly behavior and to encourage participation in community events. Curfew for youth under the age of 14 is 10:15 p.m. --- 6: ...
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Friday March 23, 2012
Portland police say shooting victim died in car
PORTLAND, Oregon — Portland police say a wounded man died in a car that crashed on the way to a hospital. Windows had been shot out of the car that crashed Thursday morning in north Portland. Officers found 31-year-old Ramon Devon Taylor on the floor of the backseat with a fatal wound to the head. A 59-year-old passenger in the front seat was taken to a hospital with a wound to the abdome ...
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Friday March 23, 2012
Another T-Mobile call center closing
REDMOND, Oregon — One of the seven call centers that cellphone carrier T-Mobile USA Inc. is closing is located in Redmond, Oregon. T-Mobile said Thursday it's cutting 1,900 jobs nationwide as it consolidates its call centers from 24 to 17 in an effort to reduce costs and remain competitive. The seven will close by the end of June. Many customers are leaving T-Mobile because of it's horrible ...
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Friday March 23, 2012
Staff Sgt. Bales to be charged with murder in Afghan killings
WASHINGTON (AP) - Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales will be charged with 17 counts of murder as well as assault and a string of other offenses in the massacre of Afghan villagers as they slept, a U.S. official said Thursday. The charges against Bales include 17 counts of murder, six counts of attempted murder and six counts of aggravated assault as well as dereliction of duty and other violations of ...
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Thursday March 22, 2012
Local and Federal investigators collaborate to take down a drug dealer in East Multnomah County.
The Multnomah County Sheriff's Office Special Investigations Unit, MCSO Deputies and United States Marshals executed search warrants this morning (03/22/2012)at approximately 9:00am at 1071 SE Kane Dr Apt #35 and 656 SE Rene in Gresham,OR. Investigators executed the warrants at the conclusion of a months-long investigation into a prior convicted drug trafficker. Methamphetamine, Cocaine and a ...
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Thursday March 22, 2012
uspect in 2009 Murder Extradited From Mexico
The Salem Police Department and the Marion County District Attorney's Office are pleased to report that Lorenzo Garcia-Ceja, 20 years of age, has been extradited from Mexico today and has been lodged at the Marion County Correctional Facility. Garcia is the suspect in the May 26, 2009 shooting in Northgate Park that killed Montez Bailey, who was 20 years of age; and wounded Skylar Hyland, 24 years ...
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Thursday March 22, 2012
Joint Statement by the Sexual Minorities Round Table, the Portland Police Bureau and the Mayor's Office
On March 14th, two members of Portland's LGBTQ community were violently attacked. Fortunately, a suspect was quickly apprehended due to the bravery of the manager of the nearby bar, Imer Rodriguez, and the rapid response of our Police Bureau. While one suspect is in custody, Portland Police are moving rapidly to locate and arrest a second suspect that is still at large. The Bureau is asking the me ...
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Thursday March 22, 2012
Commercial truck driver was injured on Highway 99W near Monroe
A commercial truck driver was injured Wednesday morning following a collision with another commercial truck on Highway 99W near Monroe. According to Oregon State Police Trooper Phillip Van Leuven, on March 21, 2012 at approximately 8:30 a.m. a Bi-Mart commercial truck pulling two trailers driven by TIMOTHY TULL, age 44, from Springfield, was negotiating a right curve when it lost control and c ...
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Thursday March 22, 2012
Wolf Creek Man arrested in Seizure of Over 15 lbs of Marijuana
An investigation by the Rogue Area Drug Enforcement (RADE) team led to the arrest Wednesday of a Wolf Creek-area man who is the owner of the Grants Pass business "Get Your Hemp On/Southern Oregon Cannabis Club". Detectives seized over 15 pounds of marijuana, over 300 small marijuana plants and other evidence. The arrest came following an investigation that continued after his arrest last year on m ...
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Thursday March 22, 2012
Sea lion killings to save salmon can resume
Oregon state authorities can resume killing California sea lions that feast on endangered salmon bottled up at a dam on the Columbia River, but fewer than one-third as many as federal biologists previously had authorized, a judge ruled Thursday. U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg in Washington, D.C., denied the Humane Society of the United States request to stop the killing at the Bonneville ...
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Thursday March 22, 2012
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — The city of Salem has settled lawsuits with two former firefighters who alleged they were dismissed during probation because of their National Guard obligations. One said he was fired after telling supervisors he might be deployed to Iraq. The Salem Statesman Journal (http://stjr.nl/GGStja) reported Thursday the two will get a total of $130,000. The city has also reache ...

Thursday March 22, 2012
No new lights for killing site on Ore. bike path
ASHLAND, Ore. (AP) — There will be no new streetlights installed on the bike path in Ashland where a young grocery clerk was nearly decapitated last fall. The Ashland Daily Tidings reported (http://bit.ly/GMfZtk) that the City Council has agreed to go along with recommendations from the police chief and city staff that the lighting could actually be counterproductive, giving people a false sens ...
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Thursday March 22, 2012
PORTLAND, Oregon — Amtrak passengers delayed by a mudslide in Oregon finally arrived at their destination in Seattle about 5 a.m. Thursday by bus. One of the passengers was Regina Fraser who co-hosts the Chicago PBS travel show "Grannies on Safari." She says the arrival was about eight hours later than scheduled. The Coast Starlight train left Los Angeles Tuesday morning and ran into a spring s ...

Thursday March 22, 2012
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — The Eugene couple convicted last year in the torture death of a daughter have given up custody of their 8-year-old son. Attorneys for Angela and Richard McAnulty told a Lane County Juvenile Court hearing on Wednesday that they now support finding a permanent home for the boy. The Register-Guard reports (http://is.gd/8P69t4 ) the move clears the way for the boy to be adopt ...

Thursday March 22, 2012
Two people escape raging house fire in SE Portland
PORTLAND, Oregon - A 6:30 a.m. Monday morning house fire in Southeast Portland caused extensive damage but two people were able to escape with no injuries. The fire was located near S.E. 154th Avenue and S.E. Lincoln Street. Flames shot from the back part of the home and neighbors said they heard serveral explosions coming from inside the house. Firefighters said the explosions were caused by ...
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Thursday March 22, 2012
Portland woman survives falling tree
PORTLAND, Oregon — A Portland Fire and Rescue spokesman says a large tree fell across a downtown Portland street, pinning a woman walking nearby. Spokesman Paul Corah says the woman was "pretty much cocooned between branches" and firefighters were about to walk her out of the maze Wednesday evening. Corah calls her "the luckiest woman alive." Stuart Vanriette says the woman is his 52-year-ol ...
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Wednesday March 21, 2012
Traffic Safety Team Targets Highway 22 for Safety Campaign
Deputies from the Marion County Traffic Safety Team conducted a safety campaign on Highway 22 east of Salem on Friday afternoon. Sergeant Craig Cunningham supervised the effort that included three traffic safety cars and a motorcycle. The focus of the campaign was on speeders and those who were following too closely. Highway 22 is a divided four-lane roadway that's posted for 55mph. It's a maj ...
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Wednesday March 21, 2012
Hillsboro Police Investigate Stabbing
HILLSBORO, Oregon - Detectives investigated a son vs. father stabbing case this morning at an auto repair shop on S.E. 39th Loop in Hillsboro. On 02/21/12 at 9:10 AM, Hillsboro police patrol officers were called to 2810 SE 39th Loop in Hillsboro at the report of a stabbing that just occurred. The suspect in the case, TYSON ZOREN, age 33 of Hillsboro called 9-1-1 after he and the victim in ...
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Wednesday March 21, 2012
Police ask for help locating a missing possible suicidal person
PORTLAND, Oregon - On Tuesday, March 20, 2012 Portland Police officers assigned to East Precinct responded to a residence in the 2200 block of Southeast 76th Avenue on a report of a missing person who suffers from mental illness and may be suicidal. Officers learned that 34-year-old Eric Steven Koski left his home where he lives with his parents at about 7:00 p.m. and has not returned home sin ...
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Wednesday March 21, 2012
Dallas man pleads guilty to raping teen girl
LAKE OSWEGO, Oregon — A 37-year-old Dallas man pleaded guilty to sex crimes with a 15-year-old Lake Oswego girl that began with online chats. Erik Christofer Sorenson was sentenced Tuesday in Clackamas County Circuit Court to three years in prison after pleading guilty to charges of rape, sodomy and online sexual corruption of a child. Sorenson is a former juvenile corrections officer who me ...
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Wednesday March 21, 2012
Willie Nelson endorses OR marijuana initiative
PORTLAND, Oregon — It should come as no surprise to anyone that Willie Nelson has endorsed the initiative to legalize marijuana in Oregon. He appeared in a video supporting the Oregon Cannabis Tax Act. The singer said he was enlisted in the campaign last week by activist Paul Stanford of Portland who helped Nelson obtain an Oregon medical marijuana card. Nelson says marijuana should be regul ...
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Wednesday March 21, 2012
Hazardous weather forces coast guard to close multiple bar entrances
ASTORIA, Oregon — Hazardous weather conditions have prompted the Coast Guard to close multiple bar entrances on the Oregon and Washington coasts. The Coast Guard has closed the bars for Siuslaw, Yaquina Bay, Depoe Bay, Coos Bay, Tillamook and Columbia River bars. The Coast Guard said bar conditions are hazardous enough to ban ALL vessels from approaching the bar due to high surf. ...
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Tuesday March 20, 2012
Oregon pushing to get foreclosure mediation in place
SALEM, Oregon — Oregon officials hoping to save more than 10,000 homeowners from foreclosure face a tight deadline to get a counseling and mediation program ramped up. They also face questions about whether there are enough counselors and mediators. Earlier this month, the Legislature passed a bill requiring lenders to sit down with homeowners who request mediation, the Salem Statesman Journ ...
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Tuesday March 20, 2012
Homeless man accused of Ashland arson
ASHLAND, Oregon — Ashland police have accused a homeless man of setting fire to businesses in the town's central Plaza, sending residents of upstairs apartments clambering over rooftops to safety. Police say they booked 37-year-old Raymond Lee Wilson on arson and other charges after the fire early Monday morning. An officer spotted the fire in a stairwell, and firefighters contained it withi ...
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