(Beaverton, OR) -- Two people are injured following a multiple-vehicle crash in Beaverton. Police say the crash happened yesterday afternoon at Walker Road and 173rd. It's not yet clear what led to the crash.
(Vancouver, WA) -- Two people are facing charges following an alleged drug-fueled car chase that ended in a crash in Vancouver, Washington. Police say the pursuit started last night in Cowlitz County after deputies tried to pull the woman over. The woman allegedly took off down I-5 into Clark County and then crashed after trying to drive the wrong way on SR-14. Both the woman and a passenger had open warrants out for their arrests. Police say the woman told deputies that she had used meth before getting behind the wheel.
(Portland, OR) -- The Immigration and Customs Enforcement is temporarily shutting down its Portland office following nearly a week of protests there. ICE announced earlier this week that operations at the Portland office have been "temporarily halted due to security concerns." Protests continued at the office for a fifth straight day. A Direct Action Alliance organizer says some 50 people camped out at the Immigration and Customs Enforcement building are expressing their displeasure with President Trump's immigration policies.
(Portland, OR) -- Oregon is among nearly a dozen states planning to sue the Trump administration over the separation of children from their parents at the Mexican border. The lawsuit is being led by Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson, who announced the suit yesterday in a news conference in front of the Federal Detention Center in SeaTac. Ferguson says the lawsuit will allege that the Trump administration is violating the constitutional due-process rights of families by separating them as a matter of course. The lawsuit will also challenge the constitutionality of Trump's new executive order meant to halt the separation policy. Ferguson says the order is riddled with so many caveats, it essentially makes it meaningless. Other states joining in on the lawsuit include California, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Iowa, Illinois and Minnesota.
(Salem, OR) -- An Oregon DMV worker is involved in an immigration controversy. "The Oregonian" reports that the Department of Motor Vehicles is being flooded by thousands of demands that it fire Lori McAllen over a Facebook post. She was placed on leave yesterday after allegedly posting a remark that migrants should be shot at the U.S.-Mexico border. McAllen's Facebook page has since been deleted, but screenshots show the comment, which the Department of Transportation calls "offensive and abhorrent." The agency is investigating the matter.
(Portland, OR) -- A 14-year-old junior camp counselor is dead after drowning in a pond in Marion County. Police say Naomi Rudolph of Keizer drown Wednesday evening after going for a swim in the pond at Canyonview Camp in Silverton. Crews pulled her body from the water later Wednesday night. Police say Rudolph called for help before going under but that lifeguards were unable to get to her in time.
(Portland, OR) -- A three-year-old boy is hospitalized with traumatic injuries after falling from a window in Hillsboro. Police say the child fell from a second-story window at a home on 209th Avenue yesterday afternoon. A neighbor reportedly heard the child fall and rushed to his aid. It's not yet clear who was caring for the child when he fell. Police are reminding parents to never leave windows open around an unattended child or pet.
(Portland, OR) -- DNA evidence is being tossed against the suspect in the death of a Portland woman attending school at the University of Texas. The judge ruled yesterday the Department of Public Safety used an improper technique to determine the DNA may have belonged to Meechaiel Criner [[ mih-KYLE CRY-nur ]]. The homeless teen is accused of killing Haruka Weiser [[ ha-ROO-kah WY-sur ]] on UT's Austin campus in 2016. She had just left UT's drama building to head home. Criner is expected to go to trial next month.
(Salem, OR) -- Oregon may be losing its unique state tax refund law. Bend Republican state Senator Tim Knopp told KBND News that he expects the kicker rebate to be scaled back or eliminated altogether. He says there will be discussions in the fall on finding new revenue as the state faces a possible billion-dollar shortfall, and the kicker is one of the items on the table. The rebate is triggered when tax revenues for a two-year budget cycle are more than two-percent above what was forecast.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are searching for two men accused of breaking into a home in rural Sublimity and then tying up the residents before robbing them. Police say it happened Monday afternoon at a home on Coon Hollow Road Southeast. Police say no injuries were reported. The suspects are believed to have left the scene in a late '80s or early '90s Honda Accord or Civic.
(Portland, OR) -- The city of Portland is considering a ban on plastic straws. City Council members voted yesterday to consider such a ban. The Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability is tasked with developing a plan to reduce disposable non-recyclable plastics. The bureau will present its completed plan to City Council this fall.
(Eugene, OR) -- A Corvallis man is accused of making threatening Twitter posts against Oregon State University. Authorities say 22-year-old Christopher Strahan allegedly tweeted that he was training for "shooting up OSU." The former OSU student has been charged with making threatening communications following the February messages. Oregon State Police report that Strahan was investigated a year earlier for similar threats. He was convicted of disorderly conduct, spent 20 days in jail and was committed to the state hospital for up to six months.
(Portland, OR) -- One person is hospitalized after setting themselves on fire near the Multnomah County Courthouse downtown. KATU reports Peter Stratacos and John Anderson were in the area yesterday afternoon when they heard shouting in the square and saw a fire. The two reportedly rushed over and poured water over the individual to extinguish the flame. Fire officials say the victim is homeless and transgender and that the self-immolation was an act of protest.
(Gresham, OR) -- Two Gresham police officers are escaping charges after shooting and killing a man who came at them with a hatchet. "OregonLive" reports that a grand jury has found that the force used by officers Joshua Price and Brendon Hayes last month was justified. Police say Dmitri Bullard charged the cops with a hatchet in hand and was gunned down from about 20 feet away.
(Portland, OR) -- No injuries are being reported following a house fire in North Portland. Firefighters responded to the home on North Crawford Street at around 6:30 Monday night. An investigation is ongoing into what caused the blaze.
(Portland, OR) -- A convicted serial burglar is back behind bars after allegedly breaking into a pizza joint in northeast Portland. Authorities say 63-year-old Melvin Tillman appeared in court Tuesday in connection to the break-in and burglary at Pizza Schmizza Pub and Grub on Northeast Broadway. Police say Tillman was on release pending trial for a separate series of break-ins in northwest Portland in April when he broke into the pizza place and stole an empty cash register.
(Portland, OR) -- There's one more mountain goat at the Oregon Zoo. A baby goat was born Friday just a month after a different mama goat produced another one. The births are reportedly the first new kids on the block in 15 years at the zoo in Portland. The goat's caregivers say they'll give it a name after they've spent some time with it and learned whether it's a male or a female.
(Vancouver, WA) -- City Council members in Vancouver, Washington have just under a week to respond to a tolling proposal from the Oregon Department of Transportation. The Columbian reports ODOT submitted the proposal to Vancouver City Council late Monday night. ODOT wants to enact a toll on I-5 between Going Street and Multnomah Boulevard as well as on the Abernathy Bridge and on both directions of I-205 between Highway 99 and Stafford Road. ODOT also wants to eventually add tolls to all lanes of I-5 and I-205 from south of Marine Drive to the highways' intersection.
(Salem, OR) -- A proposal to ban taxes on all food items in Oregon is set to appear on the November ballot. "OregonLive" reports that grocery companies spent more than two-million dollars to get enough signatures for the proposal to land on the ballot. Supporters turned in more than enough Monday, well ahead of the July 6th deadline for doing so.
(Portland, OR) -- No injuries are reported after a driver crashed their car into a cafe in Washington County. It happened yesterday afternoon at Biscuits Cafe off Northwest Bethany Road. Police say the 69-year-old driver accidentally stepped down on the accelerator instead of the brake pedal, sending the car crashing into the building.
(Portland, OR) -- An investigation is underway into the death of an inmate at the Multnomah County Detention Center. Jail officials say the inmate began experiencing a medical emergency just before midnight last night. Staff and first responders tried to help, but the inmate was pronounced dead at the scene.
Portland, OR) -- Police are releasing the identity of a man whose body was found on a high school running track in Southeast Portland. Police say 30-year-old Barak Rosen was found shot to death early Sunday morning on the track at Grant High School's temporary Marshall campus on Southeast 91st Avenue. Investigators say he died of multiple gunshot wounds. Police are calling the death "suspicious" and say they're still searching for a suspect. KATU reports Rosen had just recently relocated to Portland from California to start a new job.
(Sheridan, OR) -- Senator Ron Wyden is blasting the detention of asylum seekers in a Sheridan federal prison. "OregonLive" reports that Wyden and a group of immigration lawyers say the 123 people have been locked up there since last month. Wyden visited the facility over the weekend, wasn't allowed to meet with detainees and said the system there is "sloppy at best."
(Portland, OR) -- A homeless man is facing hate crime charges after allegedly assaulting a man after the Pride Parade in Northwest Portland. Police arrested 25-year-old Justin Watling for the incident Sunday night near Northwest 21st Avenue and Everett Street. Police say Watling punched a man there and also attempted to strangle him. The victim tells Fox-12 Oregon that he doesn't identify as gay or bisexual but had been celebrating with others after attending the Pride Parade earlier that day. Watling was arrested on charges of harassment, disorderly conduct, fourth-degree assault, attempted strangulation and second-degree intimidation.
(Portland, OR) -- Senator Jeff Merkley is calling for the resignation of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen. The call comes after Nielsen defended the Trump administration's policy of separating children from their immigrant and asylum-seeking parents at the Mexican border. Merkley appeared on CNN's "Erin Burnett OutFront" yesterday and accused Nielsen of telling "a lot of whoppers" at a White House press briefing in which she defended the policy. Merkley added that Nielsen should "absolutely, 100-percent" step down, adding, "We need somebody there with integrity."
(Portland, OR) -- Two people are injured following a crash involving a stolen car. Police say the driver of a stolen white SUV was speeding yesterday when they crashed into a wooden pole at Southeast Clinton Street and 119th Avenue. The impact caused the pole to fall onto two pedestrians, who were both hospitalized for minor injuries. Police say the driver fled the scene and they're still trying to track them down.
(Portland, OR) -- Portland Police say they've arrested a man following a nearly two-hour-long standoff at an apartment in Southeast Portland. Police responded to the Barden Apartments on Southeast Stark Street last night on reports that a wanted suspect was there. Police were able to detain the suspect and take him into custody just before midnight.
(Salem, OR) -- Oregon's Republican candidate for governor is trying to rally some support from the LGBTQ community. It's a daring stance for Bend's Knute Buehler, as most in the GOP are opposed to gay rights, and incumbent Governor Kate Brown is openly bisexual. "The Oregonian" reports that Buehler was courting support at Portland's Pride Parade over the weekend. Both Buehler and Brown claim to be longtime supporters of the gay community.
(Portland, OR) -- Four people are injured following a crash on northbound I-5 near the Terwilliger exit. Police say four people were hospitalized following the multi-car crash last night near the I-405 south interchange. An investigation is ongoing into what caused the crash.
(Portland, OR) -- An investigation is under way into the shooting death of a man whose body was found on a high school running track in Southeast Portland. Police say the man was found shot to death early Sunday morning on the track at Grant High School's temporary Marshall campus on Southeast 91st Avenue. Police are calling the death "suspicious" and say they're still searching for a suspect.
(Brownsville, TX) -- Senator Jeff Merkley is speaking out against the Trump administration policy of separating asylum-seeking parents from their children. After touring an immigration detention facility in Texas, the Oregon Democrat said it's "completely unacceptable" to inflict trauma on children to send a message to adults. He also said hurting kids for political leverage is "evil." The Trump administration has adopted a policy of "zero tolerance" for illegal immigration. However, Merkley called it a policy of "zero humanity." Merkley was joined by other lawmakers like Maryland Senator Chris Van Hollen and Texas Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee.
(Portland, OR) -- Hundreds of Portlanders are protesting the Trump administration's practice of separating children from their illegal immigrant and asylum-seeking parents. Hundreds of demonstrators gathered for a protest and march yesterday afternoon outside the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Southwest Portland. Organizers called the demonstration a "Father's Day March on ICE." Advocate groups are planning a vigil tonight for the more than 100 ICE detainees being held at a detention center in Sheridan. The vigil is set for 5:30 at the nearby Sheridan fishing pond.
(Portland, OR) -- One woman is hospitalized after crashing into a horse in Washington County. Police say the woman was driving on Farmington Road near the Rood Bridge Road intersection Saturday night when the horse ran into the roadway. The horse was pronounced dead at the scene. First responders say they had to cut the woman out of her car.
(Portland, OR) -- An investigation is ongoing into a shooting at Peninsula Park in North Portland. Police responded to the park Saturday afternoon on reports of shots fired. Witnesses tell police they heard gunfire near the park's basketball courts and then saw a man run through the park with a gun. Police say they didn't find any victims and are still searching for the gunman.
(Seattle, WA) -- A Puget Sound southern resident orca is missing and presumed dead. The Center for Whale Research says the 23-year-old male orca named L-92 has been missing for about a month. The organization says the loss of the whale brings the southern resident orca population down to just 75. The entire Puget Sound orca population is currently sitting at a 30-year low.
(Vancouver, WA) -- Police are searching for a missing man from Vancouver, Washington. Police say 46-year-old Scott Smith was last seen leaving his home in a green Ford Ranger pickup truck yesterday. Investigators believe he could be in the Chelatchie Mountain area of Cougar, Washington. He's believed to be wearing a gray dress shirt with a blue jacket and blue jeans.
(Portland, OR) -- An investigation is ongoing into threatening phone calls that forced a Molalla school into lockdown yesterday. Police say Molalla High School went into lockdown after staff there received several threatening phone calls. Police searched the campus and didn't find anything they deemed suspicious. Police are still trying to track down the caller.
(Portland, OR) -- A Beaverton day care worker is accused of sexually abusing two young children. Police arrested 69-year-old John Gilbreath yesterday on one count of first-degree unlawful sexual penetration as well as two counts of first-degree sodomy and two counts of first-degree sex abuse. Police say he abused two children under the age of four at Partridge House Day Care, which he and his wife run out of a house on Southwest Partridge Loop. Police are asking anyone with information on him to contact authorities.
(Grangeville, ID) -- Authorities say they've recovered the body of a missing Oregon hunter in Idaho, while three others remain missing. A hiker reportedly discovered the body of 22-year-old Reece Rollins of Oregon in the Selway River on Tuesday. Meanwhile, 24-year-old Raymond Ferrieri and 21-year-old Jesse Ferrieri of New York and 21-year-old Koby Clark from Montana, are still missing. Six men, including two from Georgia who managed to escape, were bear hunting in the Bitterroot National Forest when their SUV crashed and rolled over in the river on May 21st.
(Portland, OR) -- Multnomah County is looking to build the nation's biggest public internet service. County commissioners say a 300-thousand-dollar study of the giant fiber network would only be the beginning. "The Oregonian" reports that it could cost a half-billion dollars to build. Advocates say it's hard for people to get along without internet these days, but critics say the money needs to be spent in other areas.
(Portland, OR) -- A woman is hospitalized after being struck by a car while crossing the street in the Beaverton area. Police say the woman was using a crosswalk on Southwest TV Highway and 170th Avenue yesterday evening when the car struck her. The driver tells investigators he didn't see the woman. He's now facing a citation. The woman is expected to survive her injuries.
(Portland, OR) -- One person is injured following a fire at a downtown apartment. Firefighters responded to the apartment in the 1100 block of Southwest 11th Avenue just before midnight last night. Fire officials say crews were able to quickly contain and extinguish the blaze, which started on the second floor of the building.
(Portland, OR) -- Portland City Council is set to vote today on whether to rename a portion of Stark Street after the nation's first openly gay elected official. Council members will decide whether to rename a 13-block stretch of Stark in Southwest Portland after slain San Francisco Councilman Harvey Milk. The 13-block stretch of Stark was once a thriving gay community in Portland.
(Vancouver, WA) -- An investigation is underway into an officer-involved shooting in Vancouver, Washington. Police say a deputy reported to the 11-thousand-500 block of Northeast 126th Avenue yesterday afternoon on reports of a disturbance. The suspect involved in the disturbance allegedly attacked the responding deputy shortly after he arrived on the scene, prompting the deputy to open fire. The suspect was taken to a hospital for treatment. The deputy was not injured.
(Washington, DC) -- Representative Greg Walden is calling the nationwide opioid epidemic the "crisis next door." Walden made the comment at the Capitol yesterday as the House moved forward on dozens of bills aimed at curbing the epidemic. Walden added that we all know someone directly or indirectly affected by the opioid crisis.
(Portland, OR) -- Oregon's last Brooks Brothers store is no longer in business. The chain known for its button-down look and classic suits has closed its downtown Portland location, citing "national trends." A Galleria spokeswoman told "OregonLive" that it's more likely the company concluded their line wasn't a good fit for the city. She says Portland is "more tech, casual stuff" than the clothing Brooks Brothers offers.
(Portland, OR) -- One person is hospitalized after a pickup truck crashed through the front entrance of a Happy Valley eye care center. It happened yesterday afternoon at the Vision Essentials by Kaiser Permanente near Sunnyside Road and I-205. Police say the driver of a separate vehicle accidentally hit the gas pedal instead of the brake and crashed into the pickup truck, sending it flying into the clinic. A patient who was leaving the clinic was struck and injured.
(Portland, OR) -- A transitional housing village for women in North Portland's Kenton Neighborhood will remain open for another year. Kenton Neighborhood residents voted 119-to-3 yesterday to allow the Kenton Women's Village to remain at its current site for another year. The village opened last year as a temporary housing solution for homeless women trying to find permanent homes.
(La Center, WA) -- Police say crews have recovered the body of a man who went missing while swimming at Paradise Point State Park in La Center, Washington. The Clark County Sheriff's Office says the body of 41-year-old Michael C. Keith was found yesterday afternoon in 20 feet of water in the East Fork Lewis River. Keith was reportedly swimming Tuesday afternoon when he began struggling and went under the water.
(Salem, OR) -- A typical one-bedroom apartment is now out of reach for an average Oregon renter. "The Oregonian" reports on a national survey that shows that a renter would have to earn 36-thousand-161 dollars a year to pay the rent. The average Oregon renter makes about 65 dollars less than that. In Portland, even a studio apartment would bust the budget, and in most rural areas of the state a minimum wage earner couldn't afford a one-bedroom.
(Portland, OR) -- Police in Hillsboro say they've arrested a Portland man and are still searching for a second suspect in connection to a deadly shooting last year. Police arrested 20-year-old Langston Harris for investigation on a charge of murder with a firearm. He's accused of shooting Jose Raul Boyzo-Hernandez to death on September 20th.
(Undated) -- Senator Ron Wyden is among a handful of Democrats looking to interview Ivanka Trump in the congressional investigation into Russian election meddling. The calls come after a BuzzFeed News report that the President's daughter was in contact with Russians who offered to help arrange for Russian President Vladimir Putin to clear the way for a Trump Tower in Moscow. Wyden said he wants the investigation committee's staff to interview the First Daughter about the report. He also wants her questioned about China's recent move to grant her company trademarks in that country. That came right as her father was promising to help a Chinese telecom company get out of sanctions leveled after the U.S. determined it was a threat to national security.
(Portland, OR) -- Dozens of men are set to move into the Wy'east Men's Homeless Shelter today. Sixty-one men will be leaving the temporary shelter at Multnomah County's Hansen Building to move into the new shelter. The new shelter offers priority to men over 55-years-old as well as the disabled and veterans. The shelter allows pets and includes laundry facilities and an outdoor shower trailer.
(Portland, OR) -- The city of Beaverton is banning camping on the streets and sidewalks. City Council members passed an ordinance last night amending Beaverton Code Chapter 5 to ban street and sidewalk camping. Council members passed the ordinance four-to-one.
(Portland, OR) -- Two police officers are hospitalized after their patrol car crashed into an ambulance. It happened last night at Burnside Street and Northwest Park Avenue. Both officers are expected to make a full recovery. Police say no one inside the ambulance was injured.
(Salem, OR) -- Oregon hiring is bouncing back after an April downturn. State figures show that 48-hundred jobs were added last month, with construction pacing the growth. "OregonLive" reports that the state's construction bosses hired 16-hundred workers in May. The more than 106-thousand construction jobs now in Oregon beats the previous high-water mark set in 2007.
(La Center, WA) -- Crews are searching for a man who went missing while swimming at Paradise Point State Park in La Center, Washington. Police say the man was swimming yesterday afternoon when he began struggling and went under the water. Police have not yet released his identity. Clark County Fire and Rescue says their search is now being considered a recovery effort.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are searching for a man accused of exposing himself to a woman in Wilsonville. Police say the man was caught fondling himself in front of the woman in the parking lot of her apartment on Southwest Toulouse Street on May 31st. He allegedly fled the scene after she yelled at him. Anyone with information is urged to contact police.
(Salem, OR) -- A "do not drink" water advisory in Salem is expected to remain in effect for at least two more weeks. Officials say testing shows levels of toxins from an algal bloom in the water distribution system are above EPA advisory levels for vulnerable groups. Those considered vulnerable would be children, pregnant women, those with compromised immune systems and pets. The advisory applies to Salem, Turner, Suburban East Salem Water District and Orchard Heights Water Association.
(Portland, OR) -- Investigators say an electrical issue is to blame for a fire that burned a Forest Grove church to the ground over the weekend. Fire officials say the electrical failure happened between the basement and the main floor of the Hillside Bible Church in the Gales Creek area Saturday night. No serious injuries were reported. Parishioners took their worship outdoors on Sunday.
(Seattle, WA) -- Amazon is expanding their Prime-member-only Whole Foods discounts to ten new states including Oregon on Wednesday. In their announcement, the company said they plan to roll the ten-percent off of sale items and rotating deals to every store in the United States by the end of the summer. Prime members can also request two-hour delivery in some cities as well as an additional five-percent back on purchases when using the Amazon Prime Visa card.
(Portland, OR) -- An investigation is under way into the death of a man who arrived at a hospital already deceased over the weekend. Police say friends of 22-year-old Trapper Thompson drove him to the Good Samaritan Emergency Room in Corvallis Sunday afternoon. Police say Thompson didn't have a pulse when he arrived there. Investigators are trying to determine what led up to his death.
(Portland, OR) -- Police in Clackamas County are searching for a package thief they've dubbed the "FedEx Faker." Police say the woman has been caught on surveillance cameras stealing packages from the porches of multiple homes while dressed as a FedEx driver. The first incident allegedly happened at a Happy Valley home last Wednesday. Anyone with information is urged to contact police.
(Portland, OR) -- Corvallis is being called one of the top ten best places in the country to live. An annual ranking from Livability.com puts Corvallis at number three. The website questioned more than two-thousand people on over three-dozen factors to compile the list. Anne Arbor, Michigan was ranked number one, followed by Manhattan, Kansas in the number two spot.
(Madras, OR) -- The FBI is offering a five-thousand-dollar reward for information leading to a 30-year-old man who disappeared from Madras in 2015. A "missing person" poster of Antonio Madrigal was placed on social media last week asking the public for help locating him. Madrigal was working as a day laborer and farm laborer around Central Oregon and was last seen in July 2015. He is described as a six-foot-five Hispanic male weighing anywhere between 210 and 240 pounds. He has tattoos of the word Gabriel on his left arm, a bear on his left shoulder and a wolf on his neck.
(Vancouver, WA) -- One person is dead following an alleged street racing crash near Prairie High School in Vancouver. It happened early Saturday morning on State Route 503 at Northeast 119th Street. Police say Ariel Ramano appeared to be street racing another car when the two cars collided, sending Ramano's car flying across the entrance to Prairie High School and into a tree. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Police say the other car stopped briefly before fleeing the scene.
(Falls City, OR) -- An investigation is ongoing into a deadly shooting near Falls City in Polk County. Police arrested a suspect Saturday afternoon following the shooting at Black Rock Road. Further information was not immediately available.
(Portland, OR) -- Two men are facing charges after allegedly pulling weapons on each other during an argument. Police say Samuel Sikes and Dathan McCrary were fighting Friday afternoon in the 3700 block of Southeast 79th Avenue when each pulled out a weapon. Sikes allegedly threatened McCrary with a hatchet while McCrary pulled out a handgun. No injuries were reported. Police say McCrary is banned from carrying firearms because he's a convicted felon.
(Portland, OR) -- Family and friends are remembering a Bend firefighter who was killed in a motorcycle accident. Community members gathered at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds yesterday for a memorial service for Rhett Larsen. He was riding his motorcycle home from Portland on June 2nd when a bear ran out in front of him, causing him to crash into oncoming traffic. Larsen left behind a wife and two children.
(Portland, OR) -- One man is seriously injured after being hit by a car while riding his bicycle in Gresham. Police say the man was riding down the middle of Burnside Street and swerving yesterday when the crash happened. He was taken to a hospital. An initial police report states that the bicyclist was at fault for the crash.
(Portland, OR) -- A tattoo shop in Northeast Portland is among 50 shops around the world that raised money over the weekend for sexual assault survivors. Blacklist Tattoo on Broadway donated proceeds yesterday for the worldwide movement called "Still Not Asking For It." Money from the event is going to the Joyful Heart Foundation and the local group Call to Safety.
(Portland, OR) -- Columbia Sportswear CEO Tim Boyle is blasting the Trump administration over its new immigration policies. Boyle tells "The Oregonian" that Trump's "zero tolerance" policy is scaring his international customers out of visiting the company's Portland headquarters. He adds that the policies go against American tradition "to the detriment of the country." Boyle is expected to say more on the topic sometime this week.
(Portland, OR) -- Parishioners at a Forest Grove church were forced to worship outside yesterday after their church burned to the ground the night before. Firefighters responded to the Hillside Bible Church in the Gales Creek area Saturday night. It's not yet clear how the fire started. An investigation is ongoing.
(Hillsboro, OR) -- One woman is dead following a house fire in Hillsboro. Firefighters responded to the fire at a two-story home at 191st Avenue and Walker Road yesterday afternoon. Fire officials say an elderly woman living inside the home was unable to escape. Firefighters found her body while battling the flames.
(Rockaway Beach, OR) -- The Coast Guard is calling off the search for a Colorado teen missing off the Oregon coast. Coast Guard officials announced yesterday that 17-year-old Samuel Allen remains missing and is presumed dead. Police say the teen was boogie boarding at Rockaway Beach Wednesday when a wave knocked him off his board, prompting his 50-year-old father Robert Allen to run into the water to try to rescue him. A Coast Guard crew later recovered the father's body from the surf.