Posted by Steve Leader on March 31, 2014
A large amount of California farmland will be left idle this year because of severe drought. One of the ripple effects could be a drop in demand for Oregon seeds. That may not seem like a big deal. But it could be.
Katie Faust, with the Oregon Farm Bureau, says the state grows a lot of seed crops. Many are sold …
NBC has announced that they are picking up the series for a 4th season. Grimm is doing well with the coveted 18-49 demo and it has over eight million viewers total which is way up over last year. The show is part of NBC’s studio counterpart, Universal Television and of course, shot right here in Portland. NBC renewed three scripted …
The Portland Bureau of Transportation teamed up with the Portland Police Bureau to execute a two and a half hour crosswalk enforcement at SW 4th and Montgomery Tuesday afternoon.
As pedestrians continued to walk back and forth, motorcycle cops hid and waited for motorists who chose not to stop. The exercise provided a good reminder for motorists that they must stop …
Posted by Cort Johnson on March 18, 2014
THE DALLES, Oregon – Police are searching for a man who hasn’t been seen for days.
23-year-old Travis Church was last seen at his home on Saturday night. Church is an employee for The Dalles 911 dispatch center.
Police officials say he drives a blue 2010 Jeep Rubicon with tinted windows. The vehicle has Oregon plates 300 DNR.
If you have any information …
Portland, Oregon – The rest of the world is getting a peak at what Oregon wines have to offer. Travel Channel International has just premiered “Jeni and Olly’s West Coast Wine Adventure. The four part TV series will feature Portland, the Willamette Valley and Southern Oregon in two of those episodes. It was the 2nd most viewed program when it …