Extra Patrols At Beaverton High School After Threats

Posted by Pat Boyle on December 2, 2014
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BEAVERTON, Ore. — Extra patrol cars are outside Beaverton High School today after two students made online posts threatening violence on this day.

The threats were made last week on Instagram and spread on Twitter.

Police say two students have been identified and could face disorderly conduct charges.  They say there’s no evidence the kids had any …

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Reverend Jesse Jackson Speaks at Portland Rally

Posted by Anna Erickson on November 30, 2014
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PORTLAND – Reverend Jesse Jackson spoke Saturday night in downtown to hundreds of people protesting the grand jury verdict in Ferguson, Missouri over the Michael Brown case — for not charging an officer for fatally shooting an unarmed black teenager.  Reverend Jackson said officer Darren Wilson should have been charged for shooting Brown.

Jackson had some inspiring words of moving forward …

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Teen Girl Shot at Party

Posted by Anna Erickson on November 29, 2014
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PORTLAND – Officers were clearing a large party of several hundred teenagers on Northeast 41st Avenue, when they heard gunshots fired from the 40th Avenue side of the building.

Police found a teen girl suffering from a bullet graze to one of her hands.  She was treated at the scene and is okay.

Limited suspect information given to police is an African …

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Love Those Calendar Girls

Posted by Rosemary Reynolds on November 28, 2014
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PORTLAND,  OREGON    Jaynie Roberts and Francine Raften are up to something fun.  They’re behind the effort to raise money  for building improvements needed for the Magenta Theater.  In the spirit of of Calendar Girls, the first show of 2015, the theater presents The Ladies of Magenta 2015 Calendar.   

Tastfully done, Magenta actors, directors,set builders, etc. took off their clothes  for …

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Black Friday Draws Lots Of Shoppers

Posted by Rosemary Reynolds on November 28, 2014
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PORTLAND, Ore. — The National Retail Federation expects that 25.6 million shoppers took advantage of Thanksgiving Day openings and it’s starting to take a bite out of Black Friday business.  Sales dropped 13.2 percent to $9.74 billion on Black Friday last year.

Around here, shoppers were out in force early.  The Clackamas Fred Meyer was so busy, there wasn’t one …

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