Two Arrested In Downtown Stabbing Death

Posted by Jeremy Scott on October 21, 2014
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Rosemary Reynolds contributed to this story

PORTLAND — Two homeless men have been arrested in last week’s stabbing death of a man who lived downtown.

43-year-old Marc Sundin was stabbed in the chest early on October 16th.  He stumbled for a few blocks before collapsing on the sidewalk near City Hall at Southwest 4th and Madison.  Crime scene tape blocked the area …

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Decision 14: KXL Election Series

Posted by FM News 101 KXL on October 21, 2014
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KXL is airing a series of reports highlighting the races and issues that voters will decide on November 4th.

Brett Reckamp covers the Oregon Governor’s race between incumbent John Kitzhaber and challenger Dennis Richardson.

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Measure 88 would grant illegal immigrants the privilege to drive.  Steve Herman has both sides.

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Jim Ferretti looks at Measure 90 to create a top two system for the …

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Community Pleads with USCG to Keep Air Base Open

Posted by Steve Herman on October 21, 2014
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NEWPORT, Ore.- Central Oregon coast residents packed a meeting with the US Coast Guard to convince them to keep the Newport air base open.

“The Coast Guards most sacred mission, the mission you are most proud of carrying out is search and rescue,” one woman testified at the meeting.

But their words not only fell on deaf ears, they never mattered from …

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A Quiet Day at the Patch

Posted by Mike Turner on October 20, 2014
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That was not the case this weekend as cars lined up for miles to visit the Pumpkin Patch on Sauvie Island.

Johnny from the patch says they didn’t have anyone directing traffic Sunday and the sun came out at noon which drew thousands to the corn maze and pumpkins.

If you don’t want traffic, Johnny says, come out on a weekday or …

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A Dangerous Path

Posted by Mike Turner on October 20, 2014
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An explosive device with a tripwire attached was found on this trail near Forest Park.

Mike and Jennifer Colbach were hiking the path they take all the time from Sylvan down to Forest Park. What they found is scary. A parachute cord rigged to a three-quarter inch diameter pipe attached to a tree. There appeared to be a firing pin at …

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