Three to PHD

Posted by Mike Turner on January 28, 2015
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Faubian parents view a model of a new education concept.

The new Faubian will house both K through eight students and College of Education students from nearby Concordia University.

the Portland Public Schools Project Director and a representative from Concordia says the new school will benefit both groups of students.

Construction begins later this year.

 

 

 


Early Morning Raid

Posted by Mike Turner on January 28, 2015
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The DEA, FBI and Homeland Security served 12 search warrants early Wednesday morning, including at a Beaverton home, targeting a money-laundering ring.

The raids come after a federal grand jury indicted eight individuals on bookmaking, money-laundering and marijuana dealing charges.

The group created an illegal bookmaking operation that operated since last May. Court documents also say profits and payouts went through a …

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Amanda Runs Again

Posted by Mike Turner on January 28, 2015
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City Commissioner Amanda Fritz says she will run for a third term in Portland’s City Council.

She had stated after her win for a second term that she would never run for anything again. That was until her husband Steve died in a tragic car crash.

The Commissioner says she changed her mind after meeting with her family over the holidays.


Vancouver Mother and Child Found Safe

Posted by Jeremy Scott on January 28, 2015
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VANCOUVER, Wash. — A mother and her one-year-old son who were missing for nearly a week are back home safe.

Kristine Bousquet, 32, left her home on East 5th Street about five days ago walking with her child wrapped in a blanket.

“It’s unusual for her to be gone this long,” said Detective Jason Mills of Vancouver Police.

She has some medical issues and her …

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Washington Boy Gets Special Call From Seahawk Bobby Wagner

Posted by Jeremy Scott on January 28, 2015
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OLYMPIA, Wash. — Daniel Duncan got the surprise of all surprises when he was called into the principal’s office at Washington Middle School.

He couldn’t believe it when Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner called to tell him he was going to the Super Bowl.  Wagner is one of Daniel’s favorite players.

“Oh my God!  I’m freaking out,” he screamed.

The 14-year-old boy has a life-threatening medical …

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