Man Pleads Guilty to Sex Abuse Charges

PORTLAND, Ore.– An 18-year-old will spend the next 28 years of his life in jail for sexually assaulting two women. John Hubbard of Portland plead guilty to six sex crimes from earlier this year. Multnomah authorities said he sexually assaulted a 16-year-old on her way to school in March. Then in June they said he … Continue reading »

Oregon Patient Monitored for Ebola

  MILWAUKIE, Ore. — An Oregon woman is being tested for Ebola. She spiked a fever this morning, after recently spending time in West Africa. The unidentified woman is now in the Providence Milwaukie Hospital, outside of Portland. The Oregon Health Authority is testing the Portland woman for other illnesses as well. Oregon health experts … Continue reading »

36 Pit Fire Jumps Clackamas River

ESTACADA, Ore. (CNN) — Fire crews in Northwest Oregon took to the skies to battle the huge 36 Pit Fire. The blaze has been burning for more than a week near Estacada, about thirty miles southeast of Portland. Over the weekend, the fire jumped the Clackamas river, despite firefighters’ efforts to contain it So far, … Continue reading »

Missing Man Found Safe

PORTLAND, Ore. — A 51-year old man who was reported missing April 21st of this year has been found. Oregon State Police, with the help of the Portland Police Bureau found Randel Jon Brown (51) at a homeless shelter in Portland. He was found on August 21st. ¬†Brown was in good health and his family … Continue reading »

Team to Launch Keg Rocket

PORTLAND, Ore. — A group of Portland beer lovers have found a unique way to chill their suds. The group, called “Team Numb” is getting ready to launch their first ever, two stage rocket filled with kegs of beer. The team has been building and launching high powered rockets for over 15 years. So far, … Continue reading »

Marijuana Could Be on November Ballot

PORTLAND, Ore. — An initiative to get marijuana legalized is on its way to get on the November ballot this year. “New Approach Oregon” collected 100,000 petition signatures so far. The group needs at least 87,000 registered voter signatures to qualify, but they want to make sure to get more than enough. The measure would … Continue reading »

Wine Growlers Approved in Oregon

PORTLAND, Ore. — On Friday,¬†Oregon Senator Ron Wyden announced that the federal agency that regulates the sale of alcohol has agreed to rescind an order that would have blocked the sale of wine growlers in Oregon. In a letter to members of the Oregon delegation the administrator of the federal Alcohol, Tobacco Tax and Trade … Continue reading »

Nuggets Clip Barbers to Stay Alive

  MEDFORD, Ore. – The Grants Pass Nuggets faced extra innings for the second day in a row at the AAA American Legion State Tournament, but on Friday the Nuggets finished on top. Grants Pass trailed the Portland Barbers 3-0 in the 4th inning, but GP continued to chip away at the lead until ultimately … Continue reading »

Baby Remains Found At Recycling Center

PORTLAND, Ore. — A grim discovery was made at a Portland recycling center Tuesday. Workers found the remains of a newborn baby. The infant still had it’s umbilical cord attached and the medical examiner said it was born alive and died later. The cause of death is unknown. Police are trying to track the path … Continue reading »

World’s Smallest Park Vandalized

[UPDATE] Portland Parks & Recreation tells Portland news affiliates that the tree has now been returned. PORTLAND, Ore. — Someone apparently vandalized the world’s smallest park last week. The park is in the middle of an intersection in Portland and it has just one tree. The city’s Parks and Recreation Department say it appears someone … Continue reading »

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