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  1. Breeders oppose puppy auction at Jesuit High

    Breeders oppose puppy auction at Jesuit High

    One of the big-ticket items at an upcoming Jesuit High School fundraising auction is angering people across the country.

  2. Fetal tissue burning halted at power plant

    Fetal tissue burning halted at power plant

    Marion County commissioners have ordered an incinerator to stop accepting boxed medical waste to generate electricity after learning it may include tissue from aborted fetuses from British Columbia.

  3. Jesuit High drops puppy from upcoming auction

    Jesuit High drops puppy from upcoming auction

    Jesuit High School has decided not to auction off a puppy at its annual fundraising gala, after loud criticism on social media from people across the country.

  4. Ohio women held captive seek Joan Rivers' apology

    Ohio women held captive seek Joan Rivers' apology

    Attorneys for 2 Ohio women held captive say Joan Rivers should apologize for hurtful comment

  5. 30-mile Ore. chase ends when car hits pole

    30-mile Ore. chase ends when car hits pole

    A driver trying to elude police after a Canby traffic stop was finally caught 30 miles away when his Audi A4 hit a power pole, police said.

  6. Board recommends dumping Cover Ore., joining federal exchange

    Board recommends dumping Cover Ore., joining federal exchange

    An advisory board has recommended dumping Cover Oregon as a one-stop portal for health insurance enrollment and joining the federal health exchange. A final decision is expected Friday at 10 a.m.

  7. Chickens stolen from North Portland yard

    Chickens stolen from North Portland yard

    Mary-Kate and Ashley are missing from a North Portland neighborhood. Not the actors who starred in Full House but the chickens named after them.

  8. In Disney's shadow, homeless families struggle

    In the shadow of Disney, homeless families struggle, turn to mom-and-pop hotels as shelter

  9. Avalanche warning issued for Mount Hood

    Avalanche warning issued for Mount Hood

    The National Weather Service is warning of avalanches on the west slopes of the Cascades in Washington and Oregon Thursday morning because of heavy snow and rain in the mountains.

  10. Officers launch 'Green Hornets' search team

    Officers launch 'Green Hornets' search team

    Wednesday, eight members of the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office launched a brand-new search and rescue team called the "Green Hornets."

  11. Portland worker arrested in car theft scheme

    Portland worker arrested in car theft scheme

    Portland Bureau of Transportation employee Barbara Peterson is accused of working with a tow truck driver to steal abandoned cars around the city, then crushing and selling them for scrap metal.

  12. Ore. man stabbed after complaining about noise

    As many as six people beat and stabbed a Medford man who asked the neighbors to turn down loud music.

  13. 6.6 quake off British Columbia coast

    6.6 quake off British Columbia coast

    A magnitude 6.6 quake was recorded Wednesday night in the Pacific Ocean off the northwest corner of British Columbia's Vancouver Island, the U.S. Geological Survey's National Earthquake Information Center said.

  14. Portland metro ranks high among nation's worst commutes

    Portland metro ranks high among nation's worst commutes

    Portland is the 28th-largest city in the country, but it has the 13th-worst traffic. Experts there say commuters waste an average of more than two hours a month sitting in gridlock.

  15. Fla. mom wants school dress code for parents

    Fla. mom wants school dress code for parents

    Most students have to adhere to rules about what they can wear in class, but should their parents also have to follow a dress code when attending school events?

  16. NV ranch activist: 'Negro' lazy, slavery better

    NV ranch activist: 'Negro' lazy, slavery better

    Offering words of encouragement for a rancher leading an armed standoff against federal rangers turns out to be not so great of a political move – especially when the rancher in question muses publicly about the benefits of slavery

  17. Photos: Blazers, Rockets game day fashion

    Photos: Blazers, Rockets game day fashion

  18. Embattled Cover Oregon COO resigns

    Embattled Cover Oregon COO resigns

    Cover Oregon officials said Chief Operating Officer Triz delaRosa relinquished her duties on Tuesday but will remain as an adviser with the exchange until May 16.

  19. Supremacist pleads guilty in NW killing rampage

    Supremacist pleads guilty in NW killing rampage

    A white supremacist whose Pacific Northwest crime rampage claimed four lives in 2011 has pleaded guilty to federal charges.

  20. Portland '5th funniest city' in U.S.

    Portland '5th funniest city' in U.S.

    Two cities from the Northwest, Seattle and Portland, made it into the Top 10.