What A Difference A Month Makes For Snowpack!

Posted by Pat Boyle on February 27, 2014
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Mt Hood, Oregon – The snowpack on Mt. Hood looks a whole lot better than it did at the end of January. Hydrologist Julie Koeberle says it measured 90% of normal today. The snowpack in January was just 50% of normal.

She says the rest of the basin does not look as good. Lower elevations and areas east of the mountain …

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House Fire May Be Drug Related

Posted by Mike Turner on February 27, 2014
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Firefighters find a man in his front yard while the house he occupied was on fire. He was taken to the hospital with burns.

Investigators were checking out the possibility drug lab in the basement of the home.

 


Washington High Court Tosses Heroin Convictions

Posted by Steve Leader on February 27, 2014
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The Washington state supreme court today overturned 2 drug convictions from Cowlitz county.  Both involved privacy rights.

The court ruled, 5 to 4, that even suspected heroin dealers have a reasonable expectation that police would not read their text messages without a warrant.  That’s what Longview police did to Daniel Lee. Officers also posed as Lee to set up meetings where …

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Portland’s Arena Football Team Holds Dance Tryouts

Posted by FM News 101 KXL on February 27, 2014
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Portland is welcoming back arena football. Now to boost team spirit all they need are some dancers. KXL’s Christina Kemp talked to the Portland Thunders Dance Team Director.

She’s a former Blazer dancer..now she’s taking her knowledge to arena football. Michelle Burch will lead try outs for the Portland Thunders dance team this Sunday at the Moda Center. She told me …

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Petitioners Video Promotes West Linn Recall

Posted by FM News 101 KXL on February 27, 2014
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Petitioners in West Linn have taken their concerns to Youtube. They want to see the mayor and three city council members resign. In a fifteen minute video the group, West Linn First also questions the authority of the city manager and criticizes some of the cities biggest projects.

“The interesting thing about this whole process has been that if there has …

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