Posted by Steve Leader on October 1, 2014
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Two former managers from Apple shared their stories, on a podcast, about what it was like working for the company. The toll on employees, who helped create the i-Phone, i-Pad, and more, are clear.
Listen to the podcast here.
Steve Herman contributed to this story
PORTLAND — A man was shot and killed during a late night robbery on Tuesday.
Police found 30-year-old Michael Olson on the sidewalk on 52nd Avenue just south of Woodstock. Paramedics could not save him. Olson lived in the neighborhood.
Officers searched the area with K-9 units, but they couldn’t find the shooter. Witnesses say the suspect …
Posted by Associated Press on October 1, 2014
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — An Oregon man was sentenced Wednesday to 30 years in prison for plotting to bomb a crowded Christmas tree-lighting ceremony in Portland’s town square four years ago.
Prosecutors had sought a 40-year term for Mohamed Mohamud, 23, in the plot that actually was an FBI sting.
Mohamud was arrested Nov. 26, 2010, after pressing a keypad button on …
Posted by Mike Turner on September 30, 2014
Francisco Aguirre has lived illegally in the U.S. for 19 years. He has two children who are American citizens. Aguirre is facing deportation due to a drug trafficking conviction 15 years ago.
Augustana Lutheran Church pastor Mark Knutson has given him sanctuary in the church while he applies for a Visa and follows the procedures necessary to get one.
The congregation of …
Portland Ore. – Tuesday, Oregon Republican Senate Candidate Doctor Monica Wehby appeared on the Lars Larson Show to explain why she failed to meet a deadline set by KGW and The Oregonian to schedule a debate with Senator Jeff Merkley. She did not meet that deadline and it was reported she turned down the debate. Wehby tells Lars that was …