Posted by Steve Leader on September 3, 2015
OLYMPIA-Wash.– The Washington State Supreme Court says three young girls can proceed with their lawsuit against a website that they allege markets itself as a place to sell “escort services.” The girls say they were sold as prostitutes on the site while they were in middle school.
The Court ruled today federal law does not protect the site from state …
Posted by Anna Erickson on August 29, 2015
MARION COUNTY, Ore. – Sheriff Jason Myers swore in the newest Lieutenant to their Jail Division.
Sergeant Jeff Stutrud took his oath of office in the Japanese Garden of the Marion County Jail campus while surrounded by family, friends and co-workers.
Stutrud has worked for the Sheriff’s Office for 16 years. He was moved to the Enforcement Division where he was promoted …
Paris, France – Oregon National Guardsman Alek Skarlatos received the Legion of Honor medal from the President of France today for helping take down a gunman on a high speed train bound for Paris on Friday. His two friends, U.S. airman Spencer Stone and Anthony Sadler and a British businessman also received that country’s highest award for bravery.
Skarlatos returned to …
Posted by Anna Erickson on August 23, 2015
WASHINGTON COUNTY, Ore. – The body of a man was found in a duplex on Teddi Rose Ct. near Beaverton.
After hearing an explosion, witnesses saw the garage of the home on fire.
Neighbors were then asked to evacuate their homes. When fire crews got there, they found the garage door in the road and flames coming from the garage and a …
PORTLAND, Ore. — Portland State University thought they were going to get a huge infusion of strings-free cash this week, but it wasn’t to be.
A private donor and former student who wished to remain anonymous said he wanted to donate $100 million dollars to his beloved school. After discussions a date of August 18th was set to announce the gift. …