Man Found Shot Outside Salem Tavern

Posted by Anna Erickson on February 28, 2015


SALEM, Ore. – The man was shot right outside Bottoms Up Bar and Grill on Lancaster Drive NE around 10:15pm Friday.  He was transported to a Salem hospital in serious condition.  He was rushed into surgery and is recovering from the operation.  Police say they intend to interview him today to get a description of a suspect.  More details are …

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Police Standoff Ends Peacefully

Posted by FM News 101 KXL on February 28, 2015

A Southeast Portland neighborhood was partly evacuated, after police got reports of a distraught woman brandishing a gun.  Police went to a home on Southeast 19th Avenue to try and talk the woman into leaving the house and surrendering. Sgt. Pete Simpson says, the standoff began after 10 PM Friday, and last until 1 AM Saturday. Police surrounded the home, …

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Posted by Mike Turner on February 27, 2015

Dozens of nursing moms marched through the Goodwill Store in McMinnville today. A clerk tweeted out Thursday that a woman was breastfeeding in line. Another tweet on a Goodwill account said she shouldn’t be doing that in public. Nursing mom Emma Ingram says its a teaching moment for lots of people.

Bob Barsocchini (bar-so-kini) says they support nursing mothers because it’s …

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Man Pretending To Be From Meals On Wheels Robs Woman

Posted by Jim Ferretti on February 27, 2015

OREGON CITY, Ore. — Just before 5:30 pm on Friday, February 13th, Oregon City Police say they responded to a 911 call of an armed robbery at a home on Taylor Street near 15th Street.

A white man in his late teens to early 30’s, 5’8″ to 5’10” tall with a slender build, knocked on the door and told the 64 …

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Snow Finally Comes to Mt. Hood

Posted by Rosemary Reynolds on February 27, 2015
Picture taken by at Timberline on 12-29-13

Portland, Oregon   The National Weather service says  snow has come to the mountain.  a weather system is moving through that could bring a foot of snow above 5,000 feet and several inches at the 3,000 and 4,000 foot levels.

In some places the snowpak is 50% of normal in others 25% of normal.  We are behind and anything helps.  the …

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