Beaverton Man Attacks Cop

Posted by FM News 101 KXL on March 22, 2015

A Beaverton man is being accused of trying to kill a police officer in Southern California on Saturday.  58-year-old Alan Croghan was sleeping on the beach in Oceanside when a female officer asked for his identification. Police say he lunged at her, and she fell and hit her head on a rock. Police say Croghan then jumped on her and …

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Two Injured in Cornelius House Fire

Posted by FM News 101 KXL on March 22, 2015
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A home goes up in flames in Cornelius Saturday, with eight people inside.  Ironically, the fire broke out at a place called the Smoke Tree Mobile Home Park. Fire crews got there to find the front of the home covered in flames.  Matt Johnston with Cornelius Fire says, all eight people got out, although two people needed medical attention for …

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Suspect Arrested In Washington Casino Shooting

Posted by Kaylene Beaujolais on March 21, 2015

A shooting outside the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma left one person dead early Saturday morning. Oregon State Police caught up to the suspect, 27-year-old Jeremy Jay Schlenker, on I-5 South near Salem, Saturday afternoon. OSP stopped Schlenker’s vehicle and arrested him and passenger Amber Woodcock, 25. Authorities also recovered a weapon.

The incident is being investigated by the FBI and the Puyallup Police …

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Governor Kate Brown Attends Oregon Army National Guard UAS Launch

Posted by Anna Erickson on March 21, 2015
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PENDLETON, Ore. – Oregon Governor Kate Brown and Maj. General Daniel Hokanson visited Pendleton Airport to view a demonstration of the RQ-7B Shadow Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Friday.

Governor Brown is hopeful that this Oregon Army National Guard’s UAS unit will pave the way for more unmanned aerial vehicle companies to set up operations in the Pendleton area.


Oregon Mistakenly Announces that Criminals are Being Freed

Posted by FM News 101 KXL on March 21, 2015

Oregon mistakenly told thousands of crime victims on Friday that the criminals who victimized them were being released from prison. However, it wasn’t true, and none of the criminals were freed on Friday. The automated system, called VINE, had a computer glitch during routine maintenance and sent out the false notifications. Technicians have now fixed the problem, but not before …

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