Rocks Thrown at Portland Police Cars

Posted by Jeremy Scott on June 4, 2014

PORTLAND — Twice in three days, somebody has taken out their aggression on Portland Police officers, throwing rocks at patrol cars in Southeast.

Neighbors called early Wednesday morning saying a man who appeared be high and drunk was standing in the street on 115th Avenue near Division throwing things and pacing back and forth.  25-year-old Milo Leon was arrested when he threw …

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Walkout In Support of Classmate Not Allowed To Walk At Graduation

Posted by Jeremy Scott on June 4, 2014

SALEM — A group of about 100 South Salem High School students and parents walked out during the noon hour on Wednesday in protest of the school’s decision not to allow one of their classmates to walk at graduation this Friday.

Raul Villarreal, an honors student was accused of smoking marijuana before prom and admitted to it even though he says …

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Sheriff’s Memo: No Sex On The Job

Posted by Steve Leader on June 4, 2014
Spokane county sheriff

The sheriff of Spokane county, Washington never imagined he’d have to send a memo to his deputies making clear that having sex at work will get them fired.

KREM television reports sheriff Ozzie Knezovich had to spell it out for his employees on the request of his county lawyer.  That’s because a deputy who was fired for having sex on the …

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Rose Festival Junior Parade Brightens Hollywood District

Posted by Jeremy Scott on June 4, 2014

PORTLAND — The annual tradition that is the Rose Festival Junior Parade strolled down Sandy Boulevard through the Hollywood District Wednesday afternoon.

The lovable Fred Bear cut the ribbon to kick off the festivities complete with colorful costumes, 31 school bands, dance teams, floats and just about everything else you could imagine.

The Grand Marshal was the …

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High Court Refuses to Block Oregon Gay Marriage

Posted by Associated Press on June 4, 2014

SALEM — The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to halt same-sex weddings in Oregon while a federal appeals court considers whether a group opposed to gay marriage can intervene in the case.

The order follows an emergency appeal by the National Organization for Marriage that seeks to overturn U.S. District Judge Michael McShane’s May 19 ruling …

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