Posted by Steve Leader on April 15, 2014
Mosquitoes like this one spread malaria
Malaria was once under control. But was before the malaria parasite became resistant, in many parts of the world, to the drug that had long been used to treat it, chloroquine.
The National Institutes of Health has awarded a grant of nearly $3 Million to a Portland biotech startup, DesignMedix, Inc. President Sandra Shotwell, Ph.D, says …
Posted by Cort Johnson on March 13, 2014
Faculty members rally at Portland State University – February 27, 2014
Portland, Or – Faculty members of the American Association of University Professionals at Portland State University have voted in favor of a strike, if union leaders are unable to reach a contract deal with school officials.
Voting began Tuesday morning and closed Wednesday evening, with 94% of those voting being in …
Posted by Cort Johnson on March 11, 2014
Ransom photo of Andrew Probst and Travis Tuttle – March 1998
Not many people can say they’ve been kidnapped and held hostage in Russia. But that’s the case for Andrew Probst, who grew up Lebanon, Oregon.
In March 1998, Probst was a Mormon missionary working in Saratov, Russia. He, along with his companion Travis Tuttle, were kidnapped and held for ransom.
Probst says …
Posted by Cort Johnson on March 10, 2014
(Photo courtesy of KGW.com)
Firefighters and land owners are working around the clock near the town of Westport in Clatsop County, as rising water from rain fall and mountain runoff threatens power to 42 homes.
Rich Guest and Chris Martin own property near McLean Hill Road. They say a culvert is either faulty or clogged, and water is backing up into the …
PORTLAND — Police are asking for help to find a man who robbed a convenience store at gunpoint two weeks ago. Crime Stoppers is offering a reward of $1,000 for the tip that leads to an arrest.
The Plaid Pantry at Northeast 60th and Halsey was held-up just before 1:00 on the morning of February 21st by a black man in his 40’s.