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Nampa man caught in storm struck by lightningNampa man caught in storm struck by lightningHis wife said the bolt entered his head and exited out of his back.
- 5 hours, 5 minutes ago
Police: Woman escapes kidnappers after they smoke pot, fall asleepPolice: Woman escapes kidnappers after they smoke pot, fall asleepA Gresham couple forced their way into a woman's home, handcuffed her and assaulted her early Sunday morning, police said.
- 9 hours, 7 minutes ago
Tuesday Weather ForecastTuesday Weather ForecastMostly sunny and warmer
- 2 hours, 54 minutes ago
Drones-only store opens in BeavertonDrones-only store opens in BeavertonManager Chris Griggs says the concept of Drones Plus, a store dedicated solely to serving the recreational enthusiast, is the first of its kind.
- 2 hours, 23 minutes ago
Neighbors worry St. Johns community garden may be in jeopardyNeighbors worry St. Johns community garden may be in jeopardyA technicality over who owns a community garden is rallying neighbors in North Portland's St. Johns neighborhood.
- 2 hours, 22 minutes ago
Oregon Senate passes bill banning upskirt photosOregon Senate passes bill banning upskirt photosA proposal advancing in the Oregon Legislature would close a loophole in state law that allowed a man to go unpunished after taking photos up a teenager's skirt.
- 5 hours, 55 minutes ago
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Lilly Pulitzer sorry for fat-shaming cartoons at officeLilly Pulitzer sorry for fat-shaming cartoons at officeTwo fat-shaming sketches hang next to a bikini top.
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- 7 hours, 45 minutes ago
Portland police crack down on homeless campsPortland police crack down on homeless campsPolice specifically targeted the "entrenched" homeless camps, where people have set up structures, tents and other shelters.
- 9 hours, 37 minutes ago
Longview port considering oil refinery on Columbia RiverLongview port considering oil refinery on Columbia RiverThe Port of Longview says it is negotiating with an energy company on a proposal for a new crude oil refinery on the Columbia River.
- 8 hours, 5 minutes ago
Two arrested in connection with 4 church burglariesTwo arrested in connection with 4 church burglariesWashougal police arrested two men in connection with four recent church burglaries.
- 8 hours, 3 minutes ago
West Linn student to compete in National Spelling BeeWest Linn student to compete in National Spelling BeeA West Linn seventh grader is preparing to take on students from around the country in the nation's largest and most prestigious spelling bee.
- 10 hours, 50 minutes ago
Beaverton man now knows brother's Belgian grave is well-tendedBeaverton man now knows brother's Belgian grave is well-tendedThe surprise came in an email 70 years after World War II ended.
- 12 hours, 44 minutes ago
Police: Waterspout uproots bounce house, 3 children hurtPolice: Waterspout uproots bounce house, 3 children hurtThe inflatable went airborne above palm trees and a four-lane road, police said.
- 15 hours, 9 minutes ago
Former Portland officer hit by train; death ruled suicideFormer Portland officer hit by train; death ruled suicideThe Portland police officer at the center of a 2011 controversy was found dead Monday morning near railroad tracks in Washougal.
- 8 hours, 6 minutes ago
Taco Bell, Pizza Hut nix artificial ingredientsTaco Bell, Pizza Hut nix artificial ingredientsChains join others committing to removing artificial flavors and ingredients.
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- Marion County
Vigil planned for Keizer teen in coma after crashVigil planned for Keizer teen in coma after crashA vigil is planned for Wednesday to support a 16-year-old McNary High School student fighting for his life after a crash last week.
- Marion County
- 12 hours, 39 minutes ago
Check your commute: Traffic camera mapsCheck your commute: Traffic camera mapsCheck your commute: Traffic camera maps
- 1 month, 1 week ago
Lee's Sandwiches recalls 213,000 pounds of meatLee's Sandwiches recalls 213,000 pounds of meatFast-food restaurant Lee's Sandwiches has recalled 213,000 pounds of meat because it bore unauthorized United States Department of Agriculture marks of inspection, despite having not been inspected properly.
- 12 hours, 11 minutes ago
Shell No protester comes down from ship in BellinghamShell No protester comes down from ship in BellinghamA Shell No protester who spent days hanging from an anchor of a Shell oil vessel in Bellingham came down Monday morning without incident.
- 1 day, 3 hours ago
Family searching for clues in Clark Co. homicide caseFamily searching for clues in Clark Co. homicide caseInvestigators are hoping the public can help them solve a homicide that occurred in Clark County early this year.
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B.B. King's daughters allege he was poisonedB.B. King's daughters allege he was poisonedThe blues legend's two daughters believe he was murdered, they say.
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Judge: Cylvia Hayes doesn't have to release personal emailsJudge: Cylvia Hayes doesn't have to release personal emailsA Marion County judge has ruled that former Oregon First Lady Cylvia Hayes can use her Fifth Amendment right to protect her personal emails from being released, according to an Oregonian report.
- 1 day, 8 hours ago
Shot fired during robbery at NE Portland barShot fired during robbery at NE Portland barTwo men robbed a Northeast Portland bar Tuesday afternoon.
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Man critically injured in fall from moving vehicleMan critically injured in fall from moving vehicleA Hood River man was critically injured when he fell from a moving vehicle driven by a suspected drunken driver.
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2015 Rose Festival Event Guide2015 Rose Festival Event GuideThe Portland Rose Festival 2015 gets underway Friday, with the colorful parades, carnival rides, and crowd-pleasing entertainment that it's known for worldwide.
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Interactive Doppler radarInteractive Doppler radarKGW Doppler Radar
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#RoseFest social wall#RoseFest social wallA look at what people are saying about the #RoseFest, and a couple live feeds so you can be there whenever we are.
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In Your Area
Massive flooding damaged thousands of homes and buildings, and stranded thousands of drivers in Houston.
Take a fun look at the contestants and history of the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
According to police, a New Jersey man named Thomas Bacon is charged with assault after he beat up his friend because of some sausage. Gillian Pensavalle (@GillianWithaG) has the story.
You can do almost anything with Legos, from building to fake estates to fake awards to even fake food. Yet there is another way to play with Legos: make your own, and turn them into edible gummy candy.
Aerial footage of flooding in Houston shows completely submerged cars, water filled roads and even a man traveling by kayak.
Authorities say three children were hurt after a waterspout made landfall at a Florida beach and sent an inflatable bounce house flying into the air.
The grandmother of a three-year-old boy found dead at playground says her daughter would never do anything to hurt her son and must have had a mental break. She was found swinging the dead child for an 'unusual amount of time.'
Christian LeBlanc got the selfie of a lifetime when an elephant grabbed his GoPro and snapped a pic of the two of them together. Mara Montalbano (@maramontalbano) shows us the world's first 'elfie'.
Some secondary highways near Houston are filled with abandoned, flooded vehicles.
Flood waters destroyed many homes in Texas, and a woman whose house was split in two says she would have been killed in the flood without the help of her neighbors.