This year had its share of incredible moments, and many were caught on video. These were the most popular videos on KGW’s YouTube channel in 2018.
Warning: Many of these videos contain graphic content and language.
This intense confrontation from July 11 showed federal agents arresting protesters who were blocking a driveway at the Portland ICE facility.
Last June, dueling protests in downtown Portland turned violent after a morning of peaceful, unrelated rallies. Read more
This unearthed 1985 documentary gave an update on the Rajneeshpuram in Oregon following the Baghwan and Sheela's arrest. Read more
KGW photographer Eric Patterson was rolling when a Marion County sheriff’s deputy repeatedly punched a homeless man during an arrest. The violent incident happened at a search-and-rescue command center for a missing father and son in Detroit, Oregon.
After a review by the Marion County District Attorney’s Office, the sheriff’s deputy did not face any criminal charges. Read more
Viewers still can't get enough of this video from 2016. It's a game you may have played in your back yard, but there are a lot of techniques you might not know. Also, there are some things you should avoid... which Cassidy Quinn quickly found out!
This KGW documentary from 2017 is still resonating with viewers today. Tent City, USA explored who Portland’s homeless campers are and what led to the increasing number of tent camps across the city. Read more
KGW’s Cassidy Quinn chatted with the siblings of We Three, the McMinnville band who competed on America's Got Talent. And she learned quite a bit about this talented trio.
This story from 2016 is still among our most popular two years later. KGW’s Kyle Iboshi spoke with 86 experienced burglars about what they look for when they break into homes. Read more
A thrilling rescue at the top of Mount Hood. Watch as a Chinook helicopter pilot positioned the back of the helicopter against the mountain, allowing seven people to get on board. Read more
The infamous push seen around the world. Video of an 18-year-old girl pushing her former friend off a Washington bridge and into a river went viral. Jordan Holgerson, 16, awkwardly hit the water and suffered numerous injuries, including five broken ribs and a punctured lung.
The girl seen pushing Holgerson in the video, 18-year-old Taylor Smith, was charged with reckless endangerment. Her trial is scheduled for early 2019. Read more
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