(Vancouver, WA) -- Classes are canceled Monday at Clark College in anticipation of a potentially violent demonstration from far-right group Patriot Prayer. The Vancouver-based group plans to hold a demonstration on campus Monday to protest Washington state's Initiative 1639. The initiative would put new restrictions on assault rifle purchases. Clark College says they've canceled all operations on campus for Monday and that the school would be closed. The Patriot Prayer group plans to hold another demonstration Tuesday at Washington State University Vancouver. The university says it will remain open but that students would not be penalized if they elect not to go to class.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are releasing the identity of a man found dead along a bike path in Northeast Portland. The Portland Police Bureau says 31-year-old Denorris McClendon was found dead Tuesday on the bike path near Northeast 122nd Avenue and Siskiyou Street. Police are calling the death suspicious. Anyone with information is urged to contact police.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are releasing the identity of a bicyclist who was killed in a crash with another vehicle in southeast Portland. Police say 52-year-old Pamela Seidel was riding her bike across Southeast 82nd Avenue Monday when a vehicle crashed into her. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
(Alfalfa, OR) -- An Oregon woman will have to foot the bill after crashing into a herd of cows. KTVZ television reports Ardis Cox was driving through Alfalfa not too long ago when she came over a hill and ran into the herd. She told the TV station her Chevy SUV was destroyed but she wasn't hurt and neither was her husband. Three cows died, though, and she is now being ordered to pay for them. Oregon's "open range" law makes a person responsible if they crash into a cow, because the animals are allowed to freely roam in certain areas.
(Tigard, OR) -- A middle school student is hospitalized after collapsing during a track meet in Tigard. Police say the 14-year-old was competing in the meet at Fowler Middle School last night when they collapsed on the track. Police on-site rushed to the student and provided aid. Officials say the student did have a pulse when taken to the hospital.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are seeking the public's help in their search for a person who stabbed a transient man to death at a Portland bus stop nearly eight years ago. Police say 50-year-old Donald Ray "Pokey" Polk was killed eight years ago yesterday at a bus shelter on Southwest 1st and Sheridan Street. Crime Stoppers of Oregon is offering a reward of up to 25-hundred dollars for information that leads to an arrest.
(Seattle, WA) -- Amtrak is facing two more lawsuits from victims of last December's deadly train derailment in DuPont. Seattle PI reports an injured train passenger and the widower of a killed train passenger both filed lawsuits Tuesday in U.S. District Court of Western Washington. The lawsuits allege that Amtrak violated the state Consumer Protection Act in the crash that killed three people and injured dozens more. There are currently more than 20 cases related to the crash awaiting trial. The train was making its maiden voyage on a new high-speed route from Seattle to Portland when the train derailed and spilled onto I-5 below.
(Hillsboro, OR) -- A Hillsboro man is facing murder charges in connection to the death of his 16-month-old son. Court records show 22-year-old Eric Alexander Valencia pleaded not guilty yesterday to charges of murder, assault and strangulation for the death of his son Colin last October. His next court appearance is set for next Wednesday.
(Longview, WA) -- One woman is dead and a pregnant woman is seriously injured following a crash on State Route 432 in Longview, Washington. Police say the two-car crash happened last night after a station wagon trying to turn off the highway T-boned a truck. A Longview woman inside the wagon was killed. A pregnant woman driving the wagon was hospitalized in critical condition. A 3-year-old child in the wagon's backseat reportedly escaped injury, as did the driver of the other vehicle.
(Washington, DC) -- Senator Jeff Merkley is among a group of senators demanding President Trump and his sons disclose their business ties to Saudi Arabia. The demand from eleven Democratic senators comes after a Washington Post journalist was reportedly abducted and believed killed after entering a Saudi consulate in Turkey. The senators are asking Trump to suspend all ongoing business relationships with the Saudis while the investigation continues into the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi [[ ka-SHO-gee ]]. A letter from the senators says Trump's recent statements, and increased spending by the Saudi government at Trump properties, raise significant concerns about financial conflicts of interest between the Trump Organization and Saudi officials.
(Springfield, OR) -- Police are releasing the identity of a man accused of setting fire to his own home and then shooting at responding fire crews. Police say 65-year-old Lance Taylor Jacobs set fire to his Springfield home early yesterday morning. He then allegedly opened fire on arriving firefighters with a shotgun before shooting himself, killing himself. KATU reports Jacobs posted on Facebook early that morning that he'd been struggling with his mental health.
(Aloha, OR) -- Two people are injured following an early morning crash in Aloha. Police say the crash happened early this morning at Tualatin Valley Highway and 209th Avenue. Both victims are expected to survive. The crash caused police to shut down the roadway, but it has since been reopened.
(Camas, WA) -- A health alert is being issued for Round Lake in Camas. The Clark County Public Health says the water there has tested positive for dangerous algae blooms. Blue-green algae produce toxins that can be harmful to people and deadly for small pets that may drink the water.
(Undated) -- A recall is in effect for several ready-to-eat wraps and salads sold in Oregon and Washington over concerns of salmonella and listeria. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says the products were made at the Portland-based company Mary's Harvest Fresh Foods and sent to multiple stores, including Trader Joe's. The affected products include Mary's Harvest Southwest Chicken Wraps with Rib Meat and Trader Joe's Mexicali Inspired Salad with Chili Seasoned Chicken. The USDA says there haven't been any reported illnesses yet.
(Portland, OR) -- The "Prince of Sea Pups" is celebrating his first birthday at the Oregon Zoo. The sea otter named Lincoln was treated with a frozen shrimp birthday cake yesterday morning. Lincoln has become known for his lively squeaks and playful personality. The pup was found as an orphaned otter, so his birthday was an educated guess by zookeepers.
(Astoria, OR) -- People who violate parking rules at The Goonies house will have to pay an even bigger fine. The Astoria City Council is okaying an ordinance to modify city code and enhance the fees.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are searching for suspects in connection to a shooting that seriously injured a man at a park in north Portland. Police responded to Dawson Park on North Williams Avenue last night on reports of gunfire. Police say the victim was taken to a hospital with life-threatening wounds. An investigation is ongoing.
(Sandy, OR) -- Police are searching for a man accused of trying to rob a bank in Sandy. Police say the man entered the Sandy branch of the Clackamas Federal Credit Union on Highway 26 yesterday evening and demanded money. The suspect allegedly left empty-handed. It's not yet clear if the man had a weapon.
(Portland, OR) -- An investigation is underway into a stabbing that injured a man in the Kerns neighborhood. Police say the man was stabbed yesterday afternoon near Northeast 12th Avenue and Davis Street. He was taken to a hospital with serious injuries.
(Seattle, WA) -- Paul Allen's stakes in the Portland Trail Blazers and two other pro sports teams could sell for four-billion-dollars. Forbes Magazine is making that estimate based on recent sales and the projected market values. The Microsoft co-founder died Monday and owned the Seattle Seahawks of the NFL, the Portland Trail Blazers of the NBA and a minority stake in the Seattle Sounders of the MLS. Forbes is estimating the Trail Blazers would sell for one-point-three billion.
(Biloxi, MS) -- Investigators still aren't saying how a Navy Seabee from Oregon was shot to death in Biloxi, Mississippi, but they indicate that foul play is not suspected. The Naval Criminal Investigative Service has been handling the case. Grace Kayla-Marcheschi, originally from Oregon, was assigned to the Naval Construction Battalion at Gulfport. She was killed Saturday morning at a Keesler Air Force Base housing unit.
(Vancouver, WA) -- Police are searching for a missing woman from Vancouver, Washington. Police say 65-year-old Karen Pearson disappeared last night after walking away from her downtown Vancouver home. Police say she has a mental health condition and doesn't have her necessary medication with her. She's described as five-feet-five-inches tall and 200 pounds with shoulder-length hair and blue eyes.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are seeking the public's help in their search for a suspect accused of shooting a family cat with a pellet gun. Police say someone shot the cat Monday in the Sills Court neighborhood of Forest Grove. Anyone with information is urged to contact police, who are investigating the case as felony animal abuse.
(Coos Bay, OR) -- Rainbow trout is being released into Coos County lakes. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announced the release in order to give anglers one last opportunity to fish before rainy weather hits. Close to nine thousand fish will be released giving families a chance to continue fishing even after salmon season came to an end.
(Portland, OR) -- One person is injured following a shooting in northeast Portland. Police say the shooting happened last night near Northeast 130th Place and Prescott Drive. One person was hospitalized with serious injuries but is expected to survive. No arrests have been made, and an investigation is ongoing.
(Portland, OR) -- Mayor Ted Wheeler is introducing a new city ordinance aimed at cutting down violent protests on city streets. Wheeler announced the ordinance in a press conference last night with Portland Police Chief Danielle Outlaw. The new ordinance requires protesters to have a reasonable, content-neutral time, place and manner regulations for any demonstration held within city limits. The ordinance also allows authorities to impose weapons restrictions during certain times and in certain areas. The announcement follows a violent protest hosted by alt-right group Patriot Prayer over the weekend.
(Seattle, WA) -- Scientists are urging members of an orca task force to focus on increasing salmon populations. Researchers sent a letter to the Washington state task force and Governor Jay Inslee yesterday encouraging them to prioritize the issue of dwindling salmon populations. The southern resident killer whale population is critically endangered due in part to a diminishing population of Chinook salmon, which serves as their primary food source. Researchers say the task force should increase spill levels at dams on the Columbia and Snake rivers, eventually removing the Snake River dams completely.
(Seattle, WA) -- Microsoft co-founder and Portland Trailblazers owner Paul Allen is dead at the age of 65. He died yesterday afternoon from complications of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in Seattle. Allen founded Microsoft alongside Bill Gates in 1975. Allen also owned the NFL's Seattle Seahawks. Allen has also invested in commercial space flight through Mojave Aerospace Ventures. Allen had battled cancer in the past and earlier this month he announced that the disease had returned.
(Portland, OR) -- A bicyclist is hospitalized with serious injuries after being struck by a car in southeast Portland. Police say the woman was riding her bike at Southeast 82nd Avenue and Henderson Street yesterday when the crash happened. Police shut down Southeast 82nd Avenue for several hours to investigate.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are searching for a person of interest in connection to a shooting in Wilsonville. The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office released a sketch yesterday of a man they're looking to question for the shooting Friday night at Memorial Park. One person was injured in the shooting and remains hospitalized. Police describe the person of interest as a 17- or 18-year-old man about five-foot-eight-inches tall with black spiked hair.
(Portland, OR) -- Fred Meyer is recalling angel food cakes sold in Oregon due to unlisted allergens. The grocery chain issued the recall Monday for stores in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Arkansas. Fred Meyer says the cakes may contain milk and soy, which are not listed on the package's ingredients list. The cakes have been removed from store shelves.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are releasing the identity of a Corvallis teen who died during a camping trip with his Boy Scouts troop. Police say 16-year-old Nolan Grant Henderson died Saturday after falling from an embankment near Middle Rosary Lake in northern Klamath County. Another teen was injured in the incident. Authorities say the teens were trying to climb up the embankment when a rock gave away and Henderson lost his grip.
(Portland, OR) -- An investigation is underway into a house fire in southwest Portland. Firefighters responded to a vacant home on Southwest Moss Street yesterday morning. Fire officials say the blaze started in the vacant house's attic. No injuries were reported.
(Portland, OR) -- Two people are facing possible charges after allegedly robbing a marijuana dispensary and then crashing their car at a nearby home in Southeast Portland. Police say the suspects robbed La Mota on Southeast 52nd Avenue yesterday afternoon and fled the scene in a car. The suspects then allegedly crashed that car into a tree at a home nearby. Both suspects were taken to a hospital and are expected to be OK.
(Vancouver, WA) -- No injuries are being reported after a train caught fire in Vancouver, Washington. Police say a train car filled with metal recycling caught fire near the Port of Vancouver just after noon yesterday. The train company detached the car, and firefighters were able to extinguish the flames. No word yet on what caused the fire.
(Portland, OR) -- Police say a rally described as a march for law and order in Portland turned into chaos as right-wing activists and leftist protesters clashed in the streets Saturday night. Members of the group Patriot Prayer fought with members of Antifa in a fight that involved bear spray, fists and batons. The fight was broken up by riot police firing pepper balls. Some participants were seen earlier with knives and other weapons. No arrests were made but police say they continue to investigate.
(Portland, OR) -- One teenager is dead and another is injured after they fell from a peak during a Boy Scout trip in Klamath County. Police say the teens were on a camping trip in the remote area of Middle Rosary Lake with a Boy Scouts Troop from Corvallis Saturday when they fell. A 16-year-old boy was killed, and the other teen was seriously injured.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are searching for a suspect accused of shooting a man twice at a park in Wilsonville. Police say a 21-year-old man was at Memorial Park Friday night when the suspect opened fire. The victim was admitted to the ICU and is currently in stable condition. It's not yet clear what led to the shooting, but a witness tells KATU she heard arguing before the gunshots.
(Vancouver, WA) -- A man is facing charges after allegedly opening fire near a park in Vancouver, Washington. Police say the man fired off a gun near Evergreen Park on Fourth Plain Boulevard Saturday. No injuries were reported.
(Portland, OR) -- A local casting director is searching for extras for a new Netflix series being filmed in Portland. Background casting director Adam Rosko tells KATU the new high school series called "Trinkets" will film in the Portland area this fall. Rosko says they're looking for people of all types, ethnicities, shapes, sizes and abilities. For more information, email email@example.com.
(Portland, OR) -- One man is seriously injured following an auto-pedestrian crash in Gresham. Police say the man was crossing the street at Northeast Burnside Road and 8th Street last night when a tractor-trailer struck him. The man was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries. Police say the man was not using a crosswalk when he was struck.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are releasing the identity of a man shot and killed by Portland police. The Portland Police Bureau says officers shot 30-year-old Samuel Rice Wednesday at the Del Rancho Motel on Southeast 82nd. Police say Rice was holding a woman hostage when officers opened fire.
(Portland, OR) -- The grandson of Mahatma Gandhi is in Portland. KATU-2 reports Dr. Arun Gandhi is visiting the Rose City at the request of a local pastor. He's scheduled to speak around the city over the next few weeks.
(Hayden Island, OR) -- A man is clinging to life after being shot at a Hayden Island hotel. Portland police say they found the man lying in a parking lot this morning at the Rodeway Inn near the Jantzen Beach shopping mall. Authorities say they have no suspects, but they don't believe there is a threat to the island community.
(Mount Hood, OR) -- The search for a missing Arizona hiker on Mount Hood is ending in tragedy. The Clackamas County Sheriff's office said searchers located a man's body in the area where David Yaghmourian disappeared while hiking on Monday. The 30-year-old from Phoenix was working as a research assistant at Arizona State. He was hiking Mt Hood with a friend when they split up Monday two miles away from a lodge. When he didn't show up, his friend went back down the trail to look for David, but he was gone.
(Ridgefield, WA) -- A 20-year-old man is dead after being hit by a car on I-5 in Ridgefield, Washington. Police say the man was trying to cross the freeway near the Ilani Casino last night when a vehicle struck him. The driver reportedly stayed at the scene to cooperate with police. An investigation is ongoing.
(Salem, OR) -- Oregon is getting back 13-million dollars in tax credits for solar projects. OregonLive reports that the state is accusing SolarCity of inflating the cost of 14 projects by more than 100-percent to qualify for bigger tax credits. The settlement was announced yesterday morning after a two-year investigation.
(Vancouver, WA) -- Police in Cowlitz County in Washington say they've arrested a second suspect in connection to a 2016 murder. Police arrested 27-year-old Kristopher Hoyt yesterday on a charge of first-degree murder for the death of 62-year-old Donald William Howard. Police arrested 39-year-old Dustin Alan Griffin on a first-degree murder charge in Vancouver on Monday. Howard was found dead inside his Woodland home in November of 2016. Investigators believe Hoyt and Griffin killed Howard after he came home to find them burglarizing the place.
(Portland, OR) -- A former high school teacher in Beaverton is facing child pornography charges. Police arrested 40-year-old former Aloha High School teacher Geoffrey Germano yesterday following a five-month investigation. Police say he downloaded more than 70 images and videos of child porn. Some of those files were allegedly accessed through the school district's Wi-Fi. Germano worked as a special education teacher at Aloha before resigning last month.
(Portland, OR) -- One person is dead following a hit-and-run crash in southeast Portland. Police say the crash happened last night on Southeast Division near 138th Avenue. Police have not yet identified the victim. An investigation is ongoing.
(Undated) -- This year's wildfires in Oregon are costing a record amount. Data from the Northwest Interagency Coordination Center puts the cost of fighting wildfires in Oregon at 514-million-dollars. This fire season, Oregon had over 18-hundred fires that burned over 800-thousand acres. A spokeswoman for the NWCC tells the Salem Statesman Journal what made this year's fires so expensive was that large fires lasted months, not weeks. They also had larger fires closer to populated areas.
(Portland, OR) -- An investigation is underway into the officer-involved shooting death of a knife-armed man accused of holding a woman hostage. The Oregonian reports the shooting happened yesterday morning at the Del Rancho Motel in Lents. Authorities say there was a fight between two people outside the place, then they learned that the suspect was holding a woman hostage in a room. She was reportedly not involved in the initial disturbance. Cops say that while special teams were setting up to deal with the incident, an officer took one shot and killed the suspect.
(Portland, OR) -- A former Portland Public Schools teacher is accused of encouraging child sexual abuse. Police say 35-year-old Philip Lancaster is charged with 13 counts of encouraging child sexual abuse. He's accused of developing, duplicating, publishing, printing, disseminating, exchanging, displaying, financing, attempting to finance, and selling child pornography. The former Roosevelt High School teacher was indicted last week.
(Portland, OR) -- A Portland man is facing hate crime charges after allegedly using racial slurs to insult a woman. Kelly Roberts was indicted by a grand jury Tuesday on charges of second-degree intimidation, menacing, second-degree criminal mischief, and third-degree theft. Police say the victim was eating at the Pita Pit on Southwest 5th Avenue earlier this month when Roberts began yelling racial slurs at her and calling her names. Roberts was working at the restaurant at the time of the incident. He has since been fired.
(Portland, OR) -- Things are getting back to normal at a Portland garbage and recycling transfer station after multiple explosions yesterday. Authorities say the place was evacuated yesterday morning after a 55-gallon drum was seen leaking and some small explosions were heard. Hazmat crews at the Metro Central Transfer Station say they believe the liquid was not dangerous. An investigation is ongoing.
(Portland, OR) -- A McMinnville man is dead following a crash in California. Police say Jason William Paul crashed into a tractor-trailer on Interstate 5 near Bakersfield yesterday. Police say he was struck by another vehicle when he got out of his car after the crash. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
(Portland, OR) -- Search crews are looking for a missing, injured hiker near Mount Hood. Clackamas County Search and Rescue says 30-year-old David Yaghmourian of Phoenix, Arizona, went missing Monday while hiking along the Timberline Trail. Yaghmourian was reportedly hiking with a friend when he injured his knee and stopped to rest. His friend went on ahead and says Yaghmourian failed to meet up with him at their designated meet-up area.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are releasing the identity of a man who was shot and killed in southeast Portland. The Portland Police Bureau says 21-year-old Izryl T. Johnson died after being shot Sunday night on Southeast 94th Avenue. Police found Johnson lying in the street after responding to the area on reports of gunfire. Police are still searching for a suspect.
(Seattle, WA) -- The Washington state supervisor of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is facing sexual abuse charges following an incident in Oregon. The Bend Bulletin reports Eric Rickerson was arraigned late last week on six criminal counts including coercion, sex abuse, harassment and intimidation. Prosecutors say Rickerson groped and exposed himself to a female colleague during a June conference in Sunriver.
(Clackamas, OR) -- A woman is suing Fred Meyer over a surveillance camera she says was aimed at the dressing room. The Oregonian reports that Carlee Gish filed the 300-thousand-dollar suit Monday after she noticed she was caught on video without her bra in the chain's Clackamas store. Gish says she saw in the mirror a camera in the rafters which caught her partially undressed. That reportedly happened in May and she says in July that camera was still pointed into the changing room. A Fred Meyer spokesman says he can't comment on pending litigation.
(Portland, OR) -- Amazon is looking to hire more than two-thousand people in the Portland area. The company says it's hiring workers for seasonal and full-time positions at customer fulfillment centers and delivery facilities around the city. Hourly positions start at 15-dollars an hour.
(Hood River, OR) -- No injuries are being reported after an abandoned barn caught fire in Hood River. Firefighters responded to the barn on Rand Road early yesterday morning to find the structure engulfed in flames. It collapsed to the ground a short time later. An investigation is ongoing into what caused the fire.
(Hillsboro, OR) -- Police and county officials are among those who took part in a vigil supporting survivors of domestic violence in Hillsboro. The candlelight vigil took place last night at the Washington County courthouse on Northeast 2nd Avenue. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
(Salem, OR) -- The Oregon governor's race remains close. A new OregonLive poll shows that 49-percent of the state's voters are ready to keep Governor Kate Brown in Salem, while 45-percent support Republican Knute Buehler. The poll has a margin of error of five-percent. The poll also shows that a measure which would ban taxes on food is extremely close, while an initiative that would ban public funding for abortions is getting strong opposition from voters.
(Portland, OR) -- Police say a deadly shooting in the Lents neighborhood is now being investigated as a homicide. Police responded to the four-thousand block of Southeast 94th Avenue Sunday night on reports of gunfire. Arriving officers found a man suffering from gunshot wounds. He later died at the scene. Police believe the man died of homicidal violence and are awaiting the results of an autopsy expected to be completed sometime today.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are releasing the identity of a man accused of shooting a man to death and injuring two other people near the Moda Center. Police say convicted felon Robert James Jr. appeared in court yesterday on a felony murder charge. He's accused of opening fire into an SUV at Northeast Multnomah Street and Wheeler Avenue Friday night. Police say 44-year-old passenger Markell Devon James died. The driver and a woman standing nearby were injured in the shooting. The shooting happened shortly after Nick Cannon's Wild N Out tour stop at the Moda Center.
(Portland, OR) -- Comedian Katt Williams is pleading not guilty to an assault charge after being arrested Saturday in Portland. Williams appeared in a Multnomah County courtroom yesterday on a charge of fourth-degree assault. Williams is accused of attacking a private town car driver Friday after arguing about taking him and his dog to a scheduled performance in town. The driver was treated at a hospital for minor injuries. Police say Williams is also being held on a "fugitive hold" for an active warrant out of Georgia.
(Seattle, WA) -- A meeting is scheduled today to discuss the possibility of a bullet train connecting Portland, Seattle and Vancouver, British Columbia. The three city governments are pushing for it to be a reality by 2035. Today's meeting is the second on the topic. The populations of the three cities are expected to top eleven-million by 2040.
(Portland, OR) -- Police say they've arrested a burglary suspect after finding him hiding in an attic in north Portland. Police responded to the building on North Whitaker Road early yesterday morning on reports of a break-in. Responding officers say they found 31-year-old Patrick Plamondon hiding in the attic's crawl space and arrested him.
(Portland, OR) -- A man who drove through a crowd of protesters downtown with a demonstrator on his hood claims the protesters caused thousands of dollars in damages to his car. KATU-2 reports the man told police his Lexus sustained three-thousand dollars worth of damage in the incident Saturday. A news videographer caught the scene as the driver pushed his way through a crosswalk filled with protesters, striking at least one of them. The walk sign was on in the crosswalk, and the protesters had the right-of-way. Police say none of the protesters have filed a report.
(Portland, OR) -- The New Kids on the Block are bringing some 90s nostalgia to Portland. The boy band will make a stop at the Moda Center next June 2nd as part of their "Mixtape Tour." The New Kids will perform along with special guests Salt-N-Pepa, Naughty By Nature, Tiffany and Debbie Gibson. Tickets go on sale this Friday.
(Half Moon Bay, CA) -- A Pleasant Hill man is taking home the prize in the annual World Championship Pumpkin Weigh-Off in Half Moon Bay, California. The first prize goes to Steve Daletas for his pumpkin weighing just under 22-hundred-pounds. It's his fourth win. Daletas gets over 15-thousand-dollars for his massive gourd and he'll earn a special spot at this weekend's Half Moon Bay Pumpkin Festival.
(Vancouver, WA) -- Two people are dead and two others are injured following a crash near Vancouver, Washington. Police say the crash happened Saturday night when a vehicle ran a stop sign at Northeast 139th Street and 182nd Avenue and crashed into a tree. Driver Aaron Jones and passenger Isabella Huyck were pronounced dead at the scene. Passengers Lindsay Winter and Derek Martin survived with injuries.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are releasing the identity of a man who was shot to death near the Moda Center Friday night. The Portland Police Bureau says 44-year-old Markell Devon James died of homicidal violence from multiple gunshot wounds. Two other people were injured. The shooting happened shortly after an event at the Moda Center.
(Portland, OR) -- A woman is facing multiple charges after allegedly trying to kidnap an infant from a family at an Oregon City Shari's. Police responded to the restaurant on Beavercreek Road Saturday night on reports that the woman was threatening to hurt the family if they didn't hand over the baby. Police found 50-year-old Pauline Gaines walking away from the restaurant and arrested her. No injuries were reported.