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Thursday April 29, 2021
Update: Girl killed, Oregon Man arrested after Crash In Reno Navada
UPDATE - From news) Officials say a five-year-old (girl) is dead after a two car crash around 8:20 p.m. Wednesday night. Washoe County Regional Medical Examiner's Office identified her as Sariah Sheppards of Reno. She was pronounced dead several hours after arriving at Renown Regional Medical Center. The official cause and manner of death are pending investigation. Nevada Highway P ...
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Thursday April 29, 2021
Oregon Sex offender arrested In teenage Girl's bedroom, Polk County
POLK COUNTY, Oregon - A 19-year-old sex offender was arrested for violating probation after having contact with a minor, according to the Polk County Sheriff’s Office. On 04/24/21 at about 04:00 a.m. the Polk County Sheriff’s Office responded to a trespass call near the intersection of Eola Dr NW and Doaks Ferry RD NW just outside of Salem, Oregon. The caller reported that he located an adul ...
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Wednesday April 28, 2021
First public college strike in Oregon state history begins in Klamath Falls
KLAMATH FALLS, Oregon - Faculty went on strike this morning beginning at 6 a.m. to demand fair wages and workload at Oregon Tech. Oregon Tech is the first public college in state history to have faculty go on strike. Some students tell me adjunct teachers were no-shows for class today and frustration is running high. On the first day of faculty and staff going on strike at Oregon Tech, some s ...
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Wednesday April 28, 2021
'Everyone Loses': The Government Is Rationing Water at the California-Oregon Border
OREGON - Along the Oregon-California border, the Klamath River Basin is a crucial water source for Indigenous tribes, endangered species, and farmers. This year, though, there is simply not enough to go around. The Western US is enduring another major drought, and the Klamath River Basin is at a historic low. This resulted in different groups being forced to compete and make their case for why ...
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Wednesday April 28, 2021
Oregon man arrested Monday in Turner on drug charges
TURNER, Oregon - A vehicle stop led to the arrest of an Oregon man Monday who was found with more than 1,000 grams of cocaine. Police say they arrested 27-year-old Winston McLeod, of Oregon, on Monday in Turner. According to police, the incident with the suspect began around 11:45 a.m. after he was stopped by a trooper in the parking lot of B & A Variety in Turner. Police say McLeod had c ...
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Wednesday April 28, 2021
Coast Guard rescues 5 people offshore Oregon Inlet
Oregon Inlet, North Carolina - The Coast Guard rescued five people from a capsized vessel offshore Oregon Inlet, Tuesday. All five survivors were rescued and are being treated for hypothermia. At approximately 5:25 p.m., watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector North Carolina received a report from the Dare County Sheriff’s Office 911 Communications Center that a 26-foot recreational vessel was ...
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Wednesday April 28, 2021
Sandy High School Places in Top 50 for Vans Custom Culture Contest

Sandy High School

SANDY, Oregon - Vans Shoes has announced the top 50 schools for the Vans Custom Culture Contest, and Sandy High School is the only Oregon high school to make it in the top 50. Vans Custom Culture first launched in 2010, intending to bring to the forefront an awareness of the importance of arts education to the overall skill development of our students. Since 2010, Va ...
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Wednesday April 28, 2021
Counties with Oregon's biggest cities moved to extreme risk
SALEM, Oregon - Oregon's Governor Kate Brown said Tuesday rising COVID-19 hospitalizations threaten to overwhelm doctors, and she is moving 15 counties into the extreme risk category, which imposes restrictions that include banning indoor restaurant dining. Some of the state’s biggest cities, including Portland, Salem, Bend and Eugene, are in the counties that will be in the direst category, ef ...
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Wednesday April 28, 2021
Police Recover Stolen Landscape Truck & Trailer after Carjacking
PORTLAND, Oregon - Police arrested a man for carjacking after the return of truck and trailer to a landscaping company. An employee was taken to a local hospital for injuries. It was on April 27, 2021, at about 3:40 PM when Portland police were sent to a report of a possible carjacking where the driver was attacked. A landscaping truck was taken from the 13400 block of Northeast Prescott Drive, ...
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Monday April 26, 2021
'I Choose Love' event promotes peace in downtown Portland
PORTLAND, Oregon - After almost a year of unrest, violence and destruction in downtown Portland, "I Choose Love PDX" is on a mission to change the narrative. "Obviously, the need for change was clear, because what we had wasn’t working for all," said Ray Leary with the organization. I Choose Love is a collective of concerned citizens who formed last year in the wake of violent clashes downt ...
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Monday April 26, 2021
New Downtown Portland Young Artists Mural Encourages People to Volunteer
PORTLAND, Oregon - New Avenues for Youth is creating a two-story mural on the exterior wall of their building in downtown Portland. Inspired by the idea of local youth artists – Emily Nadria, Christian Orellana Baur, and Nori Rinaldo – this design was brought to life by Forest for the Trees and local artists Gage Hamilton and Mehran Heard also known as Eatcho. In a time where many are feeli ...
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Monday April 26, 2021
Robert Lewis Murder Remains Unsolved After Two Years
PORTLAND, Oregon - Police are asking for help to solve solve the murder of a Southeast Portland man. On April 24, 2019, at 7:07 p.m., Portland Police East Precinct officers were sent to the report of a man who had been shot in the area of Southeast 93rd Avenue and Henry Street. Police and a medical teem arrived and found 34-year-old Robert Lewis IV suffering from traumatic injuries but that ...
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Monday April 26, 2021
President Biden Nominates Oregon State University Professor to Oversee Climate Change Research Agency
OREGON - An oceanography professor from Oregon State University has been nominated by the Biden administration to head the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, a leading organization in monitoring and studying the effects of climate change on marine habitats. Rick Spinrad, an ocean scientist who previously served as NOAA’s top scientist under President Obama, will look to fill a pos ...
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Sunday May 9, 2021
UK variant spreading in Oregon
The “principle variant of concern” in the COVID-19 pandemic in Oregon is the so-called UK strain B.1.1.7, Brett Tyler, Director of Oregon State University’s Center for Genome Research told a group of journalists this week. Tyler, who has been overseeing genome testing of sewage samples from around the state, said incidence of the B.1.1.7 variant is “rising rapidly in Oregon. “That’s of conce ...
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Monday April 26, 2021
Oregon National Guard being sent to Poland to aid U.S. forces in Europe
ALBANY, Oregon - The Oregon National Guard is sending 130 Soldiers assigned to Alpha Troop, 1st Squadron, 82nd Cavalry Regiment to Poland to support the European Deterrence Initiative as part of Operation Atlantic Resolve. The Soldiers were gathered and sent with ceremony on April 25, at the West Albany High School football stadium. Many families and friends were present to wish them success as ...
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Sunday April 25, 2021
Spring is Most Photogenic Time on Oregon Coast | Science of Why
(Oregon Coast) – A bit of photographic advice which may surprise: spring is likely the best time of year to shoot on the Oregon coast – and that includes the Washington coast. Sure, people will tell you summer or maybe second summer (those warmer days of early fall) is the best, and those provide plenty of Kodak moments as well. But there's something more dramatic about spring's fat, puffy clou ...
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Sunday April 25, 2021
Autonomous Trek Transforms into a Riot in Northwest Portland
PORTLAND, Oregon - A demonstration march in the Northwest District Neighborhood became what police call a riot when demonstrators began blocking streets, breaking windows, writing graffiti, and stormed their way into a restaurant. The event, which was billed on social media as an autonomous demonstration, began in Couch Park at about 9:00p.m. with about 75 people mostly dressed in all black att ...
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Sunday April 25, 2021
Oregon Health Care approves Johnson & Johnson vaccinations to resume
SALEM, Oregon - Oregon health care providers and pharmacies may resume administering the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine if they can ensure patients or their caregivers are informed about the benefits and risks of the vaccine in their primary language. The Oregon Health Authority issued guidance to health care providers earlier today. Currently, there are approximately 124,000 doses of the J ...
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Sunday April 25, 2021
Male Pedestrian killed by a hit and run driver in Northeast Portland
PORTLAND, Oregon - A pedestrian was killed by a hit and run driver in Northeast Portland. On Saturday, April 24, 2021 at 11:12p.m., North Precinct officers were sent to a hit and run incident at Northeast 82nd Avenue and Northeast Alberta Street. When police arrived they found a man who had died from his injuries. The driver involved did not remain at the scene. No suspect information has been ...
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Saturday April 24, 2021
Oregon softball wins 2-1 on controversial call while Stanford protests game
Coming off series losses to UCLA and Washington, the Oregon softball team got back on track as they beat Stanford on Friday in a 2-1 pitching duel. They walked it off in the seventh despite a questionable call and Stanford playing the game under protest. Brooke Yanez started on the mound for the Ducks, with her ERA creeping over 2.00 for the first time all season. She struck out the side in the ...
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Saturday April 24, 2021
Love Of Mother Prompts Lake Oswego School Superintendent To Resign
Lake Oswego School District Superintendent Dr. Lora de la Cruz submitted her letter of resignation effective June 30, 2021 to the Lake Oswego School Board, which will contemplate a response and next steps at the public board meeting on Monday, Apr. 26. Dr. de la Cruz's need to be in a more proximal location to her immediate family in large part due to health issues that her mother is facing is ...
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Saturday April 24, 2021
Simple stop by Police discover Guns, Drugs, and Cash in car
PORTLAND, Oregon - On April 23, 2021, at 7:57 a.m., a Portland Police Bureau officer assigned to the Central Precinct drove by a parked, no plated vehicle with a subject asleep at the wheel. The vehicle was parked near the intersection of SE 14th Ave and SE Main St. The officer stopped to investigate and could see a firearm inside the car. Notice of the find sent other officers to the scene and ...
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Saturday April 24, 2021
Senator Ron Wyden Joins Colleagues to Reintroduce Child Care for Working Families Act
Washington, D.C. – Oregon’s U.S. Senator Ron Wyden said today he has joined U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., and colleagues to introduce the Child Care for Working Families Act, comprehensive legislation to address the child care crisis and ensure that working families can find and afford high-quality child care. “Working families in Oregon and across the nation have long been struggling to na ...
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Monday April 26, 2021
Jewish Lawmaker in Oregon Targeted by 'Hateful Antisemitic Attack'
An Oregon legislator who has been pushing for stronger gun safety measures was targeted by a neo-Nazi flyer campaign on Wednesday, in what she described as a “hateful antisemitic attack.” Rep. Rachel Prusak (D), who represents the West Linn district in the Oregon House of Representatives, disclosed that several flyers containing antisemitic stereotypes and Holocaust imagery were posted in Clack ...
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Friday April 23, 2021
A Beaverton Oregon teacher says white teachers should be bold like the Capitol rioters
BEAVERTON, Oregon - An Oregon college district hosted a summit in which contributors hoped to inspire white educators to be as daring as Capitol rioters. They pressured others into pursuing “anti-racist” ideology. In particular, encouraged White educators to be as bold as Capitol rioters and pressured others into pursuing "anti-racist" ideology and some teachers emphasized a need for White te ...
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Friday April 23, 2021
Oregon Woman Dies After Getting J&J vaccine, CDC investigating
PORTLAND, Oregon - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating the death of a woman who was living in Oregon after being given the Johnson & Johnson's COVID vaccine. The Oregon woman in her 50s developed a rare blood clot before two weeks of receiving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Health officials learned of the investigation on Tuesday, two days after the U.S. Centers for ...
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Friday April 23, 2021
Several people dead in auto accident near Bend
BANDON, Oregon - Several people have died in a vehicle crash on Highway 101 on the Oregon coast near Bandon. Early Thursday morning calls poured into 911 reporting that someone was driving dangerously with a California license plate in a red Mitsubishi, making unlawful u-turns on the highway and excessive speeds and near-collisions U.S. Highway 101 was closed for about six hours after the acci ...
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Friday April 23, 2021
Climate change and denial of the obvious
Climate change mitigation consists of actions to limit global warming and its related effects. This involves reductions in human emissions of greenhouse gases as well as activities that reduce their concentrations in the atmosphere. Fossil fuel combustion accounts for 89% of all CO 2 emissions and 68% of all GHG emissions. The most important challenge is to eliminate the use of coal, oil and gas ...
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Thursday April 22, 2021
How To Go Whale Watching On The Oregon Coast
OREGON COAST - Whale watching on the Oregon coast is a fun activity people enjoy year round, but especially during the winter and spring whale migrations, where up to 25,000 gray whales pass the Oregon coast. Here are some tips to get you started on your whale watching journey. When And Where To Go Whale Watching On The Oregon Coast. From mid December through January almost 25,000 gray whal ...
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Thursday April 22, 2021
Oregon's wolf population increasing compared to 2020
SALEM, Oregon - Oregon's gray wolf population continued to climb in 2020, with at least 173 individuals documented by year's end, according to state wildlife officials. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife released its annual Wolf Conservation and Management report Wednesday, which includes a minimum known count based on verified evidence such as tracks, sightings and remote camera photog ...
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