>>Police: Man Points Gun In Road-rage Incident
(Beaverton, OR) -- Police are accusing a Beaverton man of pointing a handgun at three people in an act of road rage. Beaverton police say 32-year-old Anderson Harguth allegedly pointed the weapon after he reportedly tried to ram the victims' vehicle yesterday afternoon in the area of Southwest Scholls Ferry Road and Southwest Cascade Avenue. The victims gave police the license plate number of the suspect's vehicle, leading to Harguth's arrest. He was booked on charges of menacing, unlawful use of a weapon, and reckless endangerment.
>>Security Guard, Gunman Still Critical After Strip Club Shooting
(Portland, OR) -- Authorities say a security guard who was shot at the Mystic Gentlemen's Club in Portland remains in critical condition, as does the alleged gunman. Three people were wounded after the gunman opened fire Saturday night, and a customer at the bar shot the gunman. Officials say the gunman had been previously denied entry to the club and returned later, wearing a Halloween mask and carrying a gun. The other two shooting victims were treated at a hospital and released.
>>Huge Boulder Falls Onto I-84
(Hood River, OR) -- Police say a boulder the size of a Volkswagen Beetle blocked traffic after falling and landing on Interstate 84 near Hood River. No vehicles were damaged and no one was hurt. A motorist was traveling along the highway Sunday when the boulder rolled down a hill, bounced over the median, and came to rest in front of her car. Crews needed about two hours to remove the boulder from the roadway.
>>New Rules Proposed To Stop Liquor Thefts In WA
(Olympia, WA) -- There's an effort in the Washington Legislature aimed at reducing the number of liquor thefts at retailers. The measure would give the state Liquor Control Board the authority to seek audits from stores that are targets of liquor thefts. If store owners don't crack down on the thefts, the Board could require extra staffing, security systems, and other changes at those stores. Lawmakers who are spearheading the proposal say the idea is to prevent liquor thefts and keep alcoholic beverages from falling into the hands of minors.
>>Seahawks-49ers Tickets Sold Out
(Seattle, WA) -- The NFC Championship game between the Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers at CenturyLink Field is sold out. Tickets for the contest went on sale at ten a.m. yesterday and were quickly snapped up. The Seahawks made tickets available to fans with billing addresses in Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho, Alaska, Hawaii, and the Canadian provinces of British Columbia and Alberta. No tickets were put up for sale in California, but online brokers may be able to accommodate fans there with ticket prices starting at 400 dollars.
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