>>Police: Robber Threatened Employees With Possible Explosives
(Vancouver, WA) -- Vancouver police believe the same man is suspected of robbing two Mary Jane's House of Glass locations in less than two weeks. Authorities say the suspect, who had a mask over his face and wore a hooded sweatshirt during one of the robberies, told employees at both stores he had an explosive device and threatened to use it if they didn't meet his demands. The suspect is described as a man with a slight build and long blond hair. No one was injured in either robbery.
>>Former Blazers Owes Multnomah County 150-Thousand
(Portland, OR) -- Multnomah County officials say former Portland Trail Blazer Rasheed Wallace owes the county more than 150-thousand dollars in property taxes. Wallace, who made about 80-million dollars during his stint with the Blazers, owned a nine-thousand-square-foot house in Southwest Portland. The county says there are liens against the home, on which Wallace last made a property tax payment in 2011. Wallace is currently an assistant coach for the Detroit Pistons, who visited the Blazers last night.
>>Gas Prices Down
(Portland, OR) -- The price of gasoline in the Portland area continues to fall, according to Triple-A. The average for a gallon of regular is just under three-31, down a half-cent from yesterday. It's also more than seven cents a gallon below the average at this time last week.