Windows Smashed In Several Dozen Cars In Southeast Portland

Posted by Pat Boyle on September 9, 2014

Rosemary Reynolds & Jeremy Scott contributed to this story

PORTLAND — The windows on several dozen cars in Southeast Portland’s Woodstock neighborhood were smashed overnight Monday.  Vandals bashed in the front windows on some cars and the back on others.

The affected area is from Powell Boulevard to Tolman Street between 39th and 60th Avenue.  At least eight cars at 41st and …

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Oregon Deer Dying of Disease

Posted by Associated Press on September 9, 2014

ROSEBURG, Ore. (AP) – The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Department says tests confirm that deer in southern Oregon’s Roseburg area are dying from a disease not previously seen in deer in that part of the state.

Spokeswoman Meghan Dugan said Monday that more than 100 deer have died in the area this year with similar symptoms. Lab results from Oregon State …

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Musicians Line Up at Moda Center

Posted by Mike Turner on September 8, 2014

The Trailblazers hold auditions for National Anthem performances during the season.

A wide range of ages and styles were evident from classical to pop but gutsy performers got up and gave it their best.

Video Appears to Show Ray Rice Striking Fiancee

Posted by Associated Press on September 8, 2014

Ray Rice holding hands with his wife, Janay Palmer as they arrive at court

BALTIMORE — The NFL says the league never saw until Monday a video that appears to show Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice striking his then-fiancee in February.

The grainy video, released by TMZ Sports, apparently shows Rice and Janay Palmer in an elevator at an Atlantic City …

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Sign Fight at Hagg Lake Following Drownings

Posted by Jeremy Scott on September 8, 2014

GASTON, Ore. — Washington County officials have put up temporary signs in the Sain Creek area at Hagg Lake where a family drowned a few weeks ago warning about the dangers.

Michael Medill of Gaston was cited for criminal mischief and fined $5,000 over the weekend for bolting signs to trees and support beams warning visitors about a steep drop off. …

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