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- Calif. wildfire threatens thousands of homes
- Shots fired from SUV on busy NE Portland street
- Second American accused of poaching African lion
- Flugtag ends early after Coast Guard revokes…
- Safety stressed for thousands at 'Big Float'
- Photos: Pickathon 2015
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Timbers can't capitalize on road; scoreless draw vs. San JoseTimbers can't capitalize on road; scoreless draw vs. San JoseDiego Valeri sent a penalty kick careening off the crossbar in the 75th minute and the Portland Timbers settled for scoreless tie with the San Jose Earthquakes on Sunday.
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- Central Oregon
The Dalles woman missing while picking berries foundThe Dalles woman missing while picking berries foundA The Dalles woman who went missing while picking berries near Mount Adams Thursday afternoon was found Sunday morning.
- Central Oregon
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Sunday Weather ForecastSunday Weather ForecastHEAT WAVE continues
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Photos: 'Big Float' on Clackamas RiverPhotos: 'Big Float' on Clackamas RiverPhotos: 'Big Float' on Clackamas River
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Father drowns after saving son in Toutle RiverFather drowns after saving son in Toutle RiverA father drowned after he helped rescue his son who went under in the Toutle River Saturday afternoon.
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Armed drunk driver arrested in SE PortlandArmed drunk driver arrested in SE PortlandA man was arrested after he was pulled over for drunk driving and police found several guns on the man and in his vehicle Saturday night in Southeast Portland.
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Official: Latest debris found on island not part of Flight 370Official: Latest debris found on island not part of Flight 370Flight 370 disappeared on March 8, 2014 after taking off from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with 239 people aboard.
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Female body found in Columbia RiverFemale body found in Columbia RiverA female body was found in the Columbia River Sunday morning.
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- Southern Oregon
Stouts fire grows to 23 square milesStouts fire grows to 23 square milesA fire burning in forestland in southwest Oregon has spread to more than 23 square miles, according to more accurate mapping of the blaze.
- Southern Oregon
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Photos: Ronda Rousey through the yearsPhotos: Ronda Rousey through the yearsPhotos: Ronda Rousey through the years
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Journey of a Portland cabbie: The vanishing American DreamJourney of a Portland cabbie: The vanishing American DreamTesfaye Aleme escaped death as a prisoner in Ethiopia. Now the owner of Green Cab is entering the second biggest fight of his life.
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Inmate escapes from NE Portland prisonInmate escapes from NE Portland prisonAn inmate convicted of burglary escaped from a the Columbia River Correction Institute in Northeast Portland Sunday morning.
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Pickathon underway this weekend; Portlandia films episodePickathon underway this weekend; Portlandia films episodeThe New York Times calls it "admirably decentered." Paste Magazine praises its "stunning aesthetics." Rolling Stone named it one of this summer's must-see music festivals.
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Portland expected to reach 90 degrees for 23rd timePortland expected to reach 90 degrees for 23rd timePortland's didn't reach 100 on Saturday, but we did get into the 90s for the 22nd time this year.
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Bobbi Kristina's aunt speaks to reportersBobbi Kristina's aunt speaks to reportersLeolah Brown has been critical of Pat Houston, who controls Whitney's estate.
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Shots fired in NE Portland, no victimsShots fired in NE Portland, no victimsShots were fired in Northeast Portland early Sunday morning but no one was hurt, according to Portland police.
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Heat, drought cook fish alive in Pacific NorthwestHeat, drought cook fish alive in Pacific NorthwestHigh temperatures — coupled with the low water levels — can be lethal to fish.
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Blue-green algae advisory at Vancouver LakeBlue-green algae advisory at Vancouver LakeClark County health officials are warning people to avoid contact with Vancouver Lake due to toxic blue-green algae.
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Your Pics: Blue MoonYour Pics: Blue MoonYour Pics: Blue Moon
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Mariota signing lures more than 3,400 to Titans campMariota signing lures more than 3,400 to Titans campThe chance at an autograph from Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota helped the Tennessee Titans lure their biggest crowd to training camp in years, so much so that the rookie quarterback couldn't send everyone away happy.
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Sex abuse trial set for Portland gay rights activistSex abuse trial set for Portland gay rights activistA prosecutor says the sexual abuse trial against Oregon gay rights activist Terry Bean won't happen unless the alleged 17-year-old victim is found and subpoenaed.
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Wildfires prompt Brown to declare state of emergency in Calif.Wildfires prompt Brown to declare state of emergency in Calif.Gov. Jerry Brown declares state of emergency for California in wake of wildfires.
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Fennica headed to Arctic; complete recap of protestsFennica headed to Arctic; complete recap of protestsThe Shell Oil icebreaker Fennica was at the center of a protest at the St. Johns Bridge Thursday.
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Photos: Protesting Shell Oil icebreaker shipPhotos: Protesting Shell Oil icebreaker shipPhotos: Protesting Shell Oil icebreaker ship
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8 facts about the #ShellNo protest in Portland8 facts about the #ShellNo protest in PortlandGreenpeace activists are hanging from the St. Johns Bridge to try and stop a Shell Oil ship from heading to the Arctic. Are you wondering who these activists are, and what exactly are they protesting?
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Check your commute: Traffic camera mapsCheck your commute: Traffic camera mapsCheck your commute: Traffic camera maps
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This crowd can't help but cheer Myrtle along as she inches her way towards the Atlantic Ocean to mark the beginning of the 8th Tour de Turtles. For the next 3 months, Myrtle will "race" 11 rival reptiles to see who can swim the farthest.
The Empire State Building lit up with projections of endangered species to raise awareness for the animals. The iconic building is often lit in varying colors for holidays and other events.
Do the sweltering summer temperatures have you seeing red? The penguins at the Columbus Zoo have the right idea: Just go for a dip!
Four new calves have survived a year in the wild and members of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife want to make sure they continue to thrive.
While fishing in North Carolina, local Stanley Correll, Jr. experienced what some people are calling a one-in a-million type catch.
Hoping to fill in the gap for some 4 billion people who lack Internet access, Facebook is launching a solar-powered drone to deliver the web to the entire world. Using high-speed lasers, the plan reads like science fiction but is fast becoming reali
A Colorado woman is outraged after discovering her car was used inappropriately by a dealership employee.
Annie, a green anaconda living in Johannesburg, celebrated 32 years in captivity on Friday, making her the oldest female anaconda in captivity. (July 31)
Traveling at speeds of up to 240 mph, 164 skydivers flying head-down built the largest ever vertical skydiving formation Friday over central Illinois, smashing the previous record. (July 31)
When an IED explosion took his sight during combat, he thought he'd spend the rest of his life listening to books on tape and sitting on the couch. But an email about a sport he'd never heard of got him out of the house. See how much his life has ch
When her baby stopped breathing and turned blue, this California mom did everything she knew to revive him. Then she called 911 and the operator stayed calm as she instructed her how to save her 3-month-old son's life.
A man dialed the emergency number for the West Yorkshire Police to report that his girlfriend had let the cat eat his bacon and that he wanted to press charges. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has the rest.
A boy born without a part of his skull may be able to engage in physical activities thanks to surgeons in Atlanta, Georgia. Medical professionals have surgically implanted a new skull.
Witnesses couldn't believe their eyes when they saw a man trying to roll under a moving train. Hear from the man who caught the heart-stopping act on camera.
A father was pulled over for speeding in Indiana and the trooper asked the driver's daughter if he should get a ticket. Video provided by Newsy
Arshawna Warren got a shocking breast cancer diagnosis before she was old enough to drive a car. After a self exam turned up something abnormal, this teen went on to beat breast cancer. See how her diagnosis has been turned into a mission for teens
At the 90th annual Chincoteague pony swim, herds of wild ponies swim across the channel from Assateague island to Chincoteague, Virginia. The ponies are then paraded through town by the Saltwater Cowboys.
This taxidermist preserves chipmunks and outfits them with Michigan State University and University of Michigan uniforms. See the tiny teams arranged on a mini football field.
The grandaughter of a World War II veteran is distraught after her grandparent's love letters were stolen. Thieves stole the letters without an apparent motive.
A Texas town has worms in their drinking water. The private company responsible blames the invasion on a power outage and broken equipment.