>>Woman Dies In Gresham Crash
(Gresham, OR) -- Police are investigating a crash that left a woman dead in Gresham. Nicole Anstaett [[ ANN-stat ]] was driving west on Orient Drive at Salquist Road around 7:10 yesterday morning when her vehicle slammed into the back of another car. Authorities say Anstaett was ejected from her vehicle and died at the scene. The other driver wasn't injured.
>>Missing Teen Found Safe
(Aloha, OR) -- Washington County sheriff's deputies say a 15-year-old boy who had gone missing has been found safe. Officials say Alex Chisholm [[ CHIZZ-um ]], who functions at a ten-year-old level, walked away from his home in Aloha Saturday afternoon. Deputies found Chisholm in the area of Indian Hills Elementary School yesterday morning after someone reported a "suspicious juvenile" hiding in bushes at the school. Authorities say Alex spent the night outdoors but was examined and determined to be in good health.
>>Woman Injured In I-5 Crash
(Wilsonville, OR) -- A woman is being treated for injuries following a crash on I-5 in Wilsonville. Police say the woman's vehicle went out of control and rolled over in the median around 8:20 last night. Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue crews removed the woman from the car and transported her to a hospital. Her injuries aren't considered life-threatening.
>>Man In Custody After Victoria Clipper Joyride
(Seattle, WA) -- A man who's accused of stealing the a ferry in Seattle reportedly told police he was trying to get to West Seattle. SWAT teams and Coast Guard personnel were dispatched to Elliott Bay after the Victoria Clipper passenger ferry was taken from its mooring at Seattle's Pier 69 early yesterday morning. After a standoff of more than two hours, SWAT personnel stormed the ferry and apprehended the suspect, who's identified as 33-year-old Samuel McDonough [[ mac-DONN-uh ]], a registered sex offender. The vessel was swept by a bomb squad and then towed back to its dock around 12:30 yesterday afternoon.
>>Blazers Hold Off Lakers, 114-108
(Los Angeles, CA) -- The Portland Trail Blazers will be back home tonight after posting a 114-108 win over the Lakers in Los Angeles. The Blazers had to hold off a furious rally by the Lakers in the fourth quarter after leading, 97-74, at the end of three yesterday. LaMarcus Aldridge had 27 points and Damian Lillard had 26 to lead Portland, who will host the Indiana Pacers tonight.
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