Teen Rescued After 40′ Fall

Posted by Anna Erickson on September 13, 2014

PORTLAND — A young woman fell more than forty feet off Rocky Butte late Friday night.  PF&R technical rescue team got there just minutes after getting reports of the teen going over the edge.  Rocky Butte is a large area, so crews were sent to top and bottom side of the cliff.  Firefighters on the top found the teen at …

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Fire Danger Remains High

Posted by Mike Turner on September 12, 2014

Portland firefighters battle a hillside fire just off Capitol Highway and Terwilliger Blvd. Thursday.

Extreme dry conditions and a high fire danger will stay with us through the weekend.

Marijuana Debate

Posted by Mike Turner on September 12, 2014

Oregon Congressman Earl Blumenauer and Clatsop County District Attorney Josh Marquis debate the legalization of marijuana at the Salem City Club.

Blumenauer says lives are ruined and revenues are drained supporting the prohibition of marijuana while Marquis Denys that saying the decriminalization of pot for possession of less than an ounce costs little and does not promote its use.

Mother Of Girl Who Died From E-Coli Talks With KXL

Posted by Jim Ferretti on September 11, 2014
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Portland, Ore, – As health officials continue to look into the source of an E-coli infection that killed 4-year-old Serena Profitt and has left a 5-year-old family friend fighting for his life in a Tacoma Hospital, Serena’s mother is talking to KXL.

We met with Steve and Rachel Profitt in Sandy, Oregon where they are staying with friends after the death …

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9/11: Thirteen Years Later

Posted by Associated Press on September 11, 2014

Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani at Ground Zero

A look at events marking the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks:


In New York, the annual commemoration has changed little over the years. But so much around it has. The museum now sits open at the site of the tragedy. The fences have come down around the memorial …

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