Mt. Hood Ski Bowl Opens Snow Tube And Adventure Park

Posted by Pat Boyle on November 27, 2015

Government Camp, Or. – Mt Hood Ski Bowl’s Snow Tube and Adventure Park opened today. It’s Cosmic Tubing returns tonight. Hans Wimmer with Ski Bowl says they invented the concept a few years ago. He says “think cosmic bowling on steroids. You’ve got black lights, over 600,000 L.E.D. lights, laser shows and music and the tubes glow under the lights.”

He says …

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Suspect Pictures Released in Vancouver Murder

Posted by Jeremy Scott on November 27, 2015

VANCOUVER, Wash. — Police have surveillance pictures of a suspect in the murder of an employee at Pacific Bullion Precious Metals at 7th and Main downtown.

58-year-old Bentley Brookes was shot.  A man who works nearby says someone passing by saw the body inside and came to his business to report it late Wednesday morning.

The woman wanted for Brookes’ murder should be considered armed and dangerous.  Anyone with …

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Macy’s Holiday Parade Brings Cheer to Downtown Portland

Posted by Jeremy Scott on November 27, 2015

PORTLAND, Ore. — Lots of families enjoyed a day off Friday watching the annual Macy’s Holiday Parade in downtown Portland to welcome in the Christmas season.

There were costume characters, even Santa Claus, floats, bands, clowns and balloons, which were the favorite part for at least one youngster.

“It’s kinda a nice way to kick off the holidays.  My daughter loves it.”

Some made …

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Man Arrested for Threatening Shooting

Posted by Jeremy Scott on November 26, 2015

PORTLAND, Ore. — A man is behind bars for threatening to shoot someone overnight in East Portland.  Police say it was domestic violence.

26-year-old Terence Casey got away from officers at first near Northeast 82nd and Sandy around 1:00am.  The SERT team was called out and he was arrested about three hours later.

Casey is charged with assault, domestic violence and menacing.

Portland Bar Owner Murdered 24 Years Ago Today

Posted by Jeremy Scott on November 26, 2015

PORTLAND, Ore. — Jamie Brock, owner of Jamie’s Place at Northeast 13th and Fremont was shot and killed on the afternoon of November 26th, 1991.

Two customers walked in to find nobody around, which was strange.  They called 9-1-1 and police discovered Brock dead inside.  She had been seen alive just thirty minutes earlier.

Investigators believe the motivation was robbery because of money missing from the …

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