More Relief at the Gas Pump

Posted by Rosemary Reynolds on December 23, 2014
Costco Gas

PORTLAND, Ore. — Prices at the gas pump continue to fall.  Costco customers in Clackamas were thrilled to find gas prices inching closer to the $2.00 mark.  There were nearly 40 cars in line waiting for gas.  A gallon of regular was $2.21 and $2.41 for premium.

Shell and 76 stations have been keeping prices up between $2.55 and $2.65 for a gallon of regular. …

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Three Suspects Charged In North Portland Shooting

Posted by Jeremy Scott on December 23, 2014

PORTLAND, Ore. — Three suspects are facing charges including attempted murder for a shooting outside Rosemary Anderson High School that injured four people and is believed to be gang-related.

The shooting happened December 12th on the corner of North Killingsworth Court and Borthwick in what witnesses say was a dispute during the lunch hour.  The suspects quickly left the scene while the victims …

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British Singer Joe Cocker Dies of Lung Cancer

Posted by Associated Press on December 22, 2014

NEW YORK — Joe Cocker, the raspy-voiced British singer known for his frenzied cover of “With a Little Help From My Friends,” the teary ballad “You Are So Beautiful” and a contorted performing style uncannily parodied by John Belushi on “Saturday Night Live,” has died. He was 70.

His London-based agent, Barrie Marshall, said Cocker died Monday of lung cancer in Colorado, …

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Man Who Threw Pipe Bombs During Chase Arrested

Posted by Jeremy Scott on December 22, 2014

PORTLAND, Ore. — A wanted man who threw pipe bombs out of his vehicle to get away from officers in a chase last week has been arrested.

44-year-old Neal Panschow was wanted in Tillamook County and eluded police at least three times in Clackamas and Multnomah counties.

Police ended a chase on Tuesday when Panschow threw explosives out of his car and sped away.  Four pipe …

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Oregon Flood Watch

Posted by Anna Erickson on December 20, 2014


SALEM, Ore. – The Marion County Sheriff’s Office is reminding people to be prepared for high water over the next few days.  As the water level rises and crests roadways, it causes treacherous driving conditions.

The NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) says it only takes 18-24 inches of moving water for a car to be swept away.  54% of the …

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