Sex Offender Arrested For Flashing Women

Posted by Jeremy Scott on March 26, 2015

GRESHAM, Ore. — People in Clackamas and Multnomah County can live a little easier now that a man who exposed himself about a dozen times over the past four and a half months is off the streets.

53-year-old Michael Dick was caught on Wednesday night.  Investigators got a search warrant and arrested him at his Gresham home for public indecency.  He’s a registered sex …

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Flagger Hit By Driver Huffing Behind the Wheel

Posted by Jeremy Scott on March 26, 2015

PORTLAND, Ore. — A flagger working in a construction zone was hit by a car and critically injured on Wednesday afternoon.  Police arrested the driver who they say was huffing inhalants.

47-year-old Margot Davis was standing on the sidewalk at Southeast 68th and Division holding a “SLOW” sign wearing an orange safety vest and hard hat when 49-year-old Patrick Miller swerved off the road, drove over …

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Police Make Arrest in Attempted Child Abduction

Posted by Associated Press on March 26, 2015

PORTLAND, Ore. — Police say a 23-year-old man has been arrested in the attempted abduction of a toddler walking with his mother on a northwest Portland street.

Sgt. Pete Simpson says several passers-by intervened Wednesday afternoon to help the two. The 2-year-old boy was not hurt.

Witnesses and the boy’s mother told detectives that the child was …

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Rape Victims Plea For Help

Posted by Mike Turner on March 25, 2015

Rape victim Brenda Tracy is in Salem asking lawmakers to support several bills that she says would help sexual abuse survivors.

She was gang raped by four Oregon State University football players in 1998.  She told her story to OregonLive’s and 750 The Game’s John Canzano.

The four bills would give more rights to survivors and extend the statute of limitations for …

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Morrison Bridge Weight Limits Coming

Posted by Jeremy Scott on March 25, 2015
The Morrison Bridge opened in 1958

PORTLAND, Ore. — Get used to changes on the Morrison Bridge.  They’ll be here for a while and the latest comes next month when weight restrictions take effect.

“We’ll be lowering the weight limits down to ten tons, which eliminates semi trucks and buses from crossing the bridge,” said Multnomah County spokesman Mike Pullen.

The previous limit was 40 tons.  The speed limit …

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