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Monday October 17, 2011
Police kill unarmed driver of stolen car in Salem
SALEM, Oregon - Police killed the driver of a stolen car after a chase early Monday in Salem ended in a crash. Officers spotted the car that had been reported stolen Sunday night, and the driver attempted to flee. Police say the chase in downtown Salem around 1 a.m. lasted about three minutes at 30-to-50 mph. They say the driver ran several stop signs, crashed through a stop sign and into ...
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Monday October 17, 2011
PORTLAND, Oregon - The plastic bag ban went into effect over the weekend in Portland. Shoppers at major drug and grocery stores are encouraged to bring reusable bags. Paper bags also are still available. Mayor Sam Adams is asking shoppers who are unhappy with the change not to be grumpy with cashiers. ...

Sunday October 16, 2011
Occupy Portland Protesters use spirited language to make their point
PORTLAND, Oregon - Protesters at Saturday’s Occupy Portland demonstration, angry with the way greedy corporations are controlling the nation's wealth, vented some of their anger at the endangered capitalist system by setting the phrase "F*** the U.S.A." to music and performing it. With a jester hat-wearing guitarist, shirtless drummer and heavily bearded, long-haired bassist, the pick-up band w ...
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Sunday October 16, 2011
OREGON CITY, Oregon - Cody Myers loved three things: God, his family and music. In that order. His family and friends described him Saturday as a humble, smiling devout Christian who got along with anyone he met. He was a gifted guitar player who loved sharing his talent with the world – as a performer and as a teacher. Myers was shot and killed two weeks ago, when police say he came into ...

Sunday October 16, 2011
PORTLAND, Oregon - David "Joey" Pedersen spent nearly half his life in prison, building a lengthy rap sheet that includes a conviction for repeatedly hitting a prison guard in the face with a hot iron. He also threatened to kill a federal judge and committed a litany of other crimes including robbery and assault. But his crimes were never deemed serious enough to warrant a sentence longer than ...

Sunday October 16, 2011
Medically Endangered Portland Man missing
PORTLAND, Oregon - The Portland Police Bureau is asking for the public's help in locating a missing medically endangered man from Southeast Portland. 47-year-old Fausto Brambila-Naranjo is described as male Hispanic, 5'07" tall, 225 pounds, balding with short shaved hair, and brown eyes. Fausto was last seen on Saturday October 15, 2011 at 2:30 p.m., wearing a white t-shirt, blue jeans, a ...
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Sunday October 16, 2011
Portland Police Arrest Stabbing Suspect After Fight On MAX Train
PORTLAND, Oregon - On Sunday October 16, 2011, at 12:10 a.m., Portland Police officers assigned to North Precinct responded to the report of a stabbing on the MAX, stopped in the 1000 block of North Interstate Avenue near the Rose Garden Arena. Officers arrived located the victim, 30-year-old Andy Bloomstrom, lying on the ground suffering from multiple stab wounds. Officers learned that the su ...
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Saturday October 15, 2011
The Blind Cafe finds creative way to invite customers
Gerry Leary moves though the space without so much as a stutter in his step. He is in his element and navigates the room and crowd with a seeming ease. The rest of us, however, are at a distinct loss. I do my best not to trip over my own feet. We are in a large room but it is darker than a moonless night (in fact it takes me an hour to notice a few pinpricks of light that are filtering in) and w ...
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Saturday October 15, 2011
VA Medical Center: vet fatally shoots self
PORTLAND, Oregon - An in-patient veteran at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Portland has died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Hospital officials declined to provide details, citing a request by the victim's family. VA spokesman Mike McAleer confirmed the Thursday death, calling it "a tragic event." Staff members have had several briefings on the case. McAleer says counseli ...
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Friday October 14, 2011
PORTLAND, Oregon - On Tuesday, October 11, 2001 at 11:59 p.m. Portland Police officers assigned to East Precinct responded to a call of a wrong way driver westbound in the eastbound lanes of I-84. A short time later there was a second call of a head on crash on I-84 at Northeast 68th Avenue. Officers called for the Traffic Division to come to the scene and conduct the investigation. Vehicle #1 ...

Friday October 14, 2011
Man shot and killed in Northeast Portland
PORTLAND, Oregon - Police seek help in solving a Northeast Portland homicide. On Sunday June 26, 2011 at 12:37 a.m., Portland Police officers assigned to North Precinct responded to reports of a man shot at Northeast 82nd Avenue and Thompson Street. Officers arriving in the area located 34-year-old Leonard James "LJ" Irving deceased as a result of a gunshot wound. Officers located a second man ...
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Friday October 14, 2011
Fatal crash on Columbia Boulevard
PORTLAND,Oregon - This morning at 1:50 a.m. Portland Police officers assigned to North Precinct responded to a single car crash on Columbia Boulevard at Northeast 33rd Avenue. As officers arrived they observed a black Volkswagen Golf crashed driver's door side into a concrete pillar. Officers checked for a pulse but found none. They immediately called for Portland Fire and AMR ambulance. Apparentl ...
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Thursday October 13, 2011
Police arrest 8 Occupy Portland demonstrators
PORTLAND, Oregon - Police arrested eight people before dawn Thursday and reopened a downtown Portland street blocked during the past week by protesters supporting the Occupy Wall Street movement. Officers moved in quickly and traffic was flowing a half-hour later. Many of the protesters had decided the day before to go along with a request by Mayor Sam Adams to give up the street that divide ...
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Thursday October 13, 2011
Romney raising funds Friday in Portland
PORTLAND, Oregon - Republican presidential contender Mitt Romney visits Portland Friday for a private fundraiser. Tickets range from $500 for a breakfast and $2,500 for a photo. Romney also held a private fundraiser last July in Portland. He is visiting Seattle Thursday for a fundraiser and a speech to Microsoft employee about trade policy. ...
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Wednesday October 12, 2011
Seaside surfer says he stood on shark
SEASIDE, Oregon - A surfer at Seaside says he was knocked off his board Monday afternoon by a shark. Doug Niblack says he ended up standing on top of the shark, which he says appeared to be a 10-to-12-foot Great White. He says he was lifted out of the water above his knees for several seconds before the shark took off. Another surfer witnessed the incident and says he and Niblack paddled ...
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Wednesday October 12, 2011
PENDLETON, Oregon - An 18-year-old student at an alternative high school in Pendleton has been accused of shooting a hole in the heater at the back of a shuttle bus. Footage from a camera aboard the bus shows a young man taking a pistol from a backpack Friday night just before the report echoed through the bus, Police Chief Stuart Roberts said. The bang sounded like a gunshot or a firecracke ...

Tuesday October 11, 2011
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A 25-year-old man who escaped from the Washington County jail and three months later got away from officers after a high-speed chase has been recaptured. The Oregon State Police said Jontae Raydale Mixon was picked up Monday night in northeast Portland after officers were tipped off. The police say Mixon walked away from the jail in Hillsboro in April. In July, Oregon o ...

Tuesday October 11, 2011
Salem hit-run driver sentenced to 4 years
SALEM, Oregon - A driver responsible for a hit-and-run crash near Salem that injured seven people was sentenced Monday to more than four years in prison. Thirty-five-year-old Octavio Hernandez Coronado pleaded guilty to assault and other charges arising from the July 3 collision. He told the Marion County judge through an interpreter that he tried to flee to Mexico because he feared he would ...
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Tuesday October 11, 2011
WHITE CITY, Oregon - A semitruck struck and killed a man in a crosswalk at White City. Oregon State Police says the truck was making a turn at the Highway 140-Highway 62 intersection Monday afternoon when the man was hit. 55-year-old Keith Johnson of White city died at the scene. ...

Monday October 10, 2011
Growers insist marijuana garden was within state law
MEDFORD, Oregon - Workers at an eastern Oregon marijuana garden raided by local and federal authorities say their operation was legitimate and that none of the pot found its way to the black market. Tony Machado said the people growing at the marijuana garden near Central Point were using the plants as medicine and stayed within Oregon's limit of growing six plants per patient. "A lot of us ...
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Monday October 10, 2011
Autopsy may ID last body in NW crime spree
PORTLAND, Oregon - An autopsy to be performed today may confirm a body found in a Jeep in Oregon is a missing Washington man whose wife was killed in what a sheriff's official has alleged was a "vicious, vile reign of terror" by the man's son and the son's girlfriend. The Jeep belonged to David Jones "Red" Pedersen. He's been missing since last month, when his wife was found stabbed to death in ...
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Monday October 10, 2011
OREGON CITY, Oregon - The search continues Monday for a Portland woman missing in Mount Hood National Forest. The Clackamas County sheriff's office dispatch says crews are going out again to look. The 47-year-old woman, Lidiya Dmitriyevna Russu, was reported missing Friday, and her car was found Saturday off a Forest Service road near High Rocks lookout. Her family saus she was not prepar ...

Saturday October 8, 2011
Plan would keep open Gov't Camp restroom
WELCHES, Oregon - Officials have come up with a plan that could help keep open a popular but decrepit restroom in Government Camp on Mount Hood. Under the proposal, a branch of the Oregon Travel Information Council would operate the site from Dec. 1 through the end of March. The organization would provide staff to maintain the restrooms around the clock and would ask the Oregon Legislature nex ...
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Saturday October 8, 2011
PORTLAND, Oregon - A third body has been found in a deadly crime spree that began with the slaying of a woman in Everett, Wash., last week and ended with the arrest in California a few days ago of two fugitives, Oregon authorities said Saturday. The body was found in a Jeep owned by David Jones Pedersen, who went missing last week after the Everett woman — his wife — was found stabbed to death ...

Saturday October 8, 2011
PORTLAND, Oregon - A 21-year-old man arrested for spraying graffiti at the Occupy Portland protest has missed his court date. A court appearance for 21-year-old Nolan Zane MacGregor was rescheduled for Oct. 21 when he didn't show up. MacGregor was arrested along with an unidentified 17-year-old friend for tagging phrases including "Occupy Portland" and "Wall Street Loves No One" on a number of ...

Saturday October 8, 2011
EUGENE, Oregon - Two Eugene-area Boys and Girls Clubs are closing for the rest of the year because they don't have enough money to operate. Board of Directors President Scott Palmer said the organization's budget has been hammered by rising enrollment and falling revenue from grants and donations. Palmer says the organization didn't have enough money to make payroll. Hundreds of affected par ...

Thursday October 6, 2011
Photo by Zachary Kaufman PORTLAND, Oregon - Demonstrators supporting the Occupy Wall Street movement against corporate power are marching in downtown Portland in a demonstration that police say could disrupt traffic and businesses. A crowd numbering in the hundreds began gathering at noon Thursday in Tom McCall Waterfront Park near the Burnside Bridge. By late afternoon, Portland police estimated the crowd at 5,000. ...

Thursday October 6, 2011
PORTLAND, Oregon - Police say two suspects arrested in California for a Washington state slaying are also suspects in the killing of an Oregon teen who somehow crossed paths with them as they were on the run. State police also said Thursday that 19-year-old Cody Myers died from gunshot wounds to the head and chest. His body was found in a wooded area in western Oregon on Tuesday. A day la ...

Thursday October 6, 2011
PORTLAND, Oregon - The "Occupy Portland" event planned for today, organizers have said they will not obtain a permit and that they will not share any information on a march route or locations that the march may "occupy" along the way. The Portland Police Bureau received a fax last night from "Occupy Portland" stating the following: "Currently there is no plan to obtain a permit since this m ...

Thursday October 6, 2011
CORVALLIS, Oregon - Police in Washington state have detained two people in the murder of a Corvallis man whose body was found last month in a grove of trees. They are expected to be extradited to Oregon. Two men already face charges. 26-year-old Douglas Hile was being held Wednesday in Mount Vernon, Wash., as a fugitive in the killing Sept. 6 of 22-year-old Giovanni Blancas-Frutero of Corval ...

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