Posted by Mike Turner on November 25, 2015
Portland, Ore. — Macy’s Event Manager Peggy Merchant shows off just one of the colorful costumes you’ll see during the Macy’s Holiday Parade on Friday.
It will begin promptly at 9:00am on the corner of NW Park and Davis. The parade will travel east on Davis to Broadway, south on Broadway to SW Alder, east on Alder past Macy’s to SW …
PORTLAND, Ore. — The USDA is reminding Oregonians about the dangers of food born illness as many of us get ready to sit down for a Thanksgiving meal and look to enjoy leftovers for days or even months to come.
The USDA estimates 1 in 6 (48 million) Americans get sick from foodborne illness each year, resulting in roughly 128,000 hospitalizations …
Posted by Mike Turner on November 24, 2015
PORTLAND Ore – Dozens of students sat Tuesday morning in parts of Manor House, the building holding the offices of top Lewis & Clark College administrators. The protest comes after reports of attacks on a black student and a transgender student. A group called LC Black Lives Matter organized the protest.
Posted by Rosemary Reynolds on November 24, 2015
PORTLAND, Ore,– For 30 years now OSPIRG has taken the lead on chasing down toxic toys and providing a platform for parents. The Trouble In Toyland Report says the slinky junior and alphabet magnets found at Target and the dollar store are on the list. Balloons are still a big problem and so are magnets. Magnets send 2,900 children to …
KXL’s Rosemary Reynolds contributed to this story
PORTLAND, Ore. — Squatters are blamed for starting a house fire in North Portland early Tuesday morning.
The house at North Interstate and Willamette has been empty for 20 years and has no electricity or plumbing. It’s believed that transients broke in and started living there.
Investigators say the fire started in the attic. The cause has …