Posted by Steve Leader on May 8, 2014
If you’ve ever used railroad ties in your lawn or garden, you might understand just how much work was involved in stealing 2,000 of them. The rail ties were stacked along the Central Oregon and Pacific tracks in Southern Oregon.
According to Joe Nealon with Pac West Lumber, each of those ties could weigh between 170 and 225 pounds, depending on …
A heart-warming story out of Salem where a daughter and her long-time boyfriend decided to tie the knot at Salem Hospital where the bride’s mother is a terminal patient.
Laura Peterson, RN, an oncology nurse at Salem Hospital, went outside her standard nursing duties to put on a wedding for the daughter of a terminal patient. The event happened on the …
The May 20th Oregon Primary Election is fast approaching. Most ballots have already hit mailboxes. KXL put together a 5-part series of in-depth reports on some of the most important and contentious races and issues going on. You can listen to the pieces here.
*Mike Turner covered Jim Fransesconi’s bid for Multnomah County Chairperson
*Rosemary Reynolds covered …
Federal scientists say magma levels inside Mount St. Helens are rising. A report issued Wednesday noted that super hot magma is percolating and several areas around the crater are moving away from the mountain.
Seth Moran with the USGS says the molten phase that the volcano is going through right now is normal. It’s last dome-building eruptive phase ended …
22-year-old Haley Bellows is officially in remission. Her 11th day of being cancer free came Sunday at the Portland Trailblazer’s playoff game against the Houston Rockets.
Bellows’ sign was seen on the jumbotron. The crowd went wild and soon social media caught hold and her message had bee tweeted and re-tweeted by people like Damien Lillard. …