(Portland, OR) -- A homicide investigation is ongoing into the death of a 23-year-old anti-fascist activist in northeast Portland. Police say Sean Kealiher, also known as Armenio Lewis, died of blunt force trauma following an incident just after midnight Saturday near the anti-fascist hangout Cider Riot. Police responded to the scene to find an abandoned SUV crashed into the side of the Oregon Democratic Party building along with evidence of gunfire. Keahliher died at a hospital. Police are still investigating the events leading up to his death.
(Salem, OR) -- One person is dead following a rollover crash in rural Marion County. The sheriff's office says deputies responded to an area along 55th Avenue Northeast near Salem on reports of a crash yesterday afternoon. Deputies say it appears the victim was driving north when they failed to negotiate a curve and veered off the roadway, rolling into a field. An investigation is ongoing.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are releasing the identity of a Portland man who was killed in a hunting accident in Columbia County. The Columbia County Sheriff's office says 63-year-old Martin Fox died after being shot Saturday morning. Police say members of his hunting group performed CPR on him while waiting for first-responders, but he died at the scene. Investigators say foul play is not suspected.
(Portland, OR) -- A man is facing charges after allegedly throwing rocks at police cars. The Portland Police Bureau says officers arrested 27-year-old Nathan Prime for the incident Saturday afternoon. Police say Prime walked into the bureau's north precinct parking lot and confronted officers there before throwing large rocks at parked police cruisers. He then allegedly fled on foot, leading officers to chase him down and tackle him. Police arrested him on multiple charges including criminal mischief.
(Portland, OR) -- Demonstrators marched through downtown Portland yesterday to call for the impeachment of President Trump. Protesters gathered at Terry Schrunk Plaza yesterday afternoon and then marched to the Heathman Hotel. The hotel is owned by U.S. ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, who is set to testify in the impeachment inquiry this week. Yesterday's protest was one of dozens that took place across the U.S.
(Portland, OR) -- Authorities are releasing the identity of two firefighters who were injured while battling a house fire in Forest Grove. Fire officials say Forest Grove Fire and Rescue Lieutenant Ted Penge and Captain Joe Smith were injured in the fire Friday afternoon at a home on Ridge Point Drive. Officials say both were treated and released from a hospital with minor injuries. Fire investigators are still looking into what caused the house fire.
(Vancouver, WA) -- A fundraiser is scheduled today for the family of a 10-year-old boy who was hit by a car and killed while riding his bike to school. KATU reports the fundraiser for Damien Trick's family is set for 5 to 10 p.m. tonight at the IHOP on Southeast 164th Avenue in Vancouver. Friends and family members held a vigil for Trick on Saturday night. Police say he was riding his bicycle to school last week when a driver crashed into him. That driver was reportedly taking his own child to school at the time of the crash.
(Eugene, OR) -- An investigation is ongoing into the discovery of a man's body in Eugene. The Lane County Sheriff's Office says deputies found the body near the River Road area yesterday morning after responding to the area on reports of a fight. Police say two other people believed to be involved in the fight were hospitalized. It's not yet clear what led to the altercation or how the victim died.
(Portland, OR) -- The Wapato Jail facility is coming down to make room for a warehouse. The building's owner held a press conference yesterday saying he plans to demolish the jail to build a warehouse unless local leaders can come up with a plan soon to use the facility to house the homeless. The building owner says he's been working with experts to come up with a plan on that front but that city and county leaders haven't been able to come to an agreement. He says that after a year and a half of owning the property, he can no longer afford to pay for its upkeep.
(Aloha, OR) -- A man is facing several charges after allegedly crashing into his wife's car and then fleeing the scene in Aloha. The Washington County Sheriff's Office says 30-year-old Adan Perez Martinez rear-ended his wife at about 40 miles per hour early Wednesday morning on Southwest Farmington Road. He then fled the scene, but his wife recognized his license plate on the car's front bumper, which fell off and was left at the scene. She called police, who found Martinez inside a heavily damaged car nearby and arrested him. Police say Cruz's wife currently has a no-contact order against him.
(Portland, OR) -- Portland State University won't be disarming its police officers. University interim president Stephen Percy made that announcement at a Board of Trustees meeting yesterday while outlining a new plan for campus safety. Part of the plan includes increasing the number of non-sworn officers from six to ten. Non-sworn officers don't carry firearms. The campus's ten sworn officers will continue to be armed with guns.
(Portland, OR) -- A new study says Portland drivers are the worst in the nation. The new study from QuoteWizard-dot-com analyzed U.S. cities on four factors including traffic crashes, speeding tickets, DUIIs and other traffic violations. They ranked Portland as having the worst drivers, followed by Boise, Idaho and Virginia Beach, Virginia. The study also noted that Portland has the highest number of speeding tickets in the nation.
(Portland, OR) -- A teenage boy is injured after being hit by a car on his way to school. Police say the Lake Oswego High School student was crossing Country Club Road yesterday morning when a juvenile female struck him with her car. The boy suffered minor injuries. The driver was cited for failure to obey a traffic control device and failure to yield to a pedestrian.
(St. Helens, OR) -- Police are releasing the identity of a shooting suspect who was killed by police in St. Helens. Police say 32-year-old Michael Thomas Veatch died Wednesday after an officer "used deadly force" on him during a pursuit along Highway 30. Police responded to the Chevron on the highway on reports that someone inside the shop had fired off several shots. Police believe Veatch was connected to the shooting death of Cowlitz County Sheriff's Deputy Justin DeRosier back in April.
(Portland, OR) -- A Parkrose High School student who brought a loaded shotgun to campus is facing three years of probation. Prosecutors say 19-year-old Angel Granados-Diaz pleaded guilty yesterday to one count of unlawful possession of a firearm in a public building and one count of unlawful possession of a loaded firearm in public. The plea deal includes instructions for Granados-Diaz to begin receiving mental health treatment and substance abuse treatment immediately. Police arrested him on May 17th after he brought a shotgun with one round in it to school during what he later described as a mental health crisis.
(Vancouver, WA) -- Police are searching for a missing man they say could be in need of medical help. The Vancouver Police Department says 49-year-old Joseph King is not familiar with the area and does not have his medications with him. He was last seen leaving the Taco Bell on Vancouver Plaza Drive around 10:45 yesterday morning.
(St. Helens, OR) -- A shooting suspect is dead after being shot by police in St. Helens. Police responded to the St. Helens Chevron on the Columbia River Highway yesterday morning on reports that someone inside the shop had fired off several shots. Police say responding officers "used deadly force" on the suspect, killing him. The police department has not yet revealed what kind of deadly force the officers used. No other injuries were reported.
(Portland, OR) -- A vigil is planned tonight for a missing University of Portland student. Owen Klinger was last seen Sunday evening leaving his dormitory. Friends and family members say it's unusual for him to go more than 24 hours without contacting someone. Students will hold a prayer vigil at 8:30 tonight at the on-campus Chapel of Christ the Teacher.
(Portland, OR) -- The Hilton hotel chain is facing a ten-million-dollar lawsuit from a black man who was kicked out of a DoubleTree hotel in Portland. Jermaine Massey was a guest at the hotel back in December and was standing in the lobby on his phone when a security guard asked him to provide his room number. What happened next was recorded on Massey's phone and went viral. The guard told Massey he was loitering and police eventually showed up to escort Massey to his room so he could pack his things and leave. The guard and hotel manager were fired.
(Springfield, OR) -- Police are searching for a missing Springfield man. The Springfield Police Department says 60-year-old Ronald Rupe Jr. was last seen leaving his home on D Street Tuesday night. Family members reported him missing yesterday. He's described as six-foot-one-inches and 215 pounds with short brown hair and hazel eyes.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are releasing the identity of a motorcyclist who suffered life-threatening injuries in a crash with an SUV. The Portland Police Bureau says 64-year-old Robert Henderson remains hospitalized following the crash on September 30th. Police say he was riding his motorcycle north on Northeast Grand Avenue when it collided with an SUV. The driver stayed at the scene and cooperated with police. Investigators say it's not yet clear who had the right of way.
(Portland, OR) -- A man is facing multiple charges including DUII after allegedly crashing into a pedestrian on Interstate 84. Police arrested 29-year-old Emmanuel Gonzalez-Coria on charges of DUII, reckless driving and second-degree assault for the crash Tuesday night. Police say the pedestrian's car had broken down and he was walking away from it when Gonzalez-Coria struck him at the I-205 off-ramp. He was rushed to a hospital with life-threatening injuries.
(Portland, OR) -- A buck is doing OK after getting caught in a hammock in Douglas County. Police responded to an area off Laredo Drive near Roseburg Sunday on reports of a buck in distress. Police say the buck had gotten its antlers tangled up in the hammock and couldn't get himself free. Deputies successfully freed the animal and sent it on its way.
(Vancouver, WA) -- A 10-year-old boy is dead after being hit by a car while riding his bicycle to school in Vancouver, Washington. The Clark County Sheriff's Office says the Illahee Elementary student was riding near Northeast 9th Street and 167th Avenue yesterday morning when he failed to stop at a stop sign and was struck by an oncoming car. Police say the driver of the car was taking his own child to school when the crash happened. The driver is not facing any charges at this point.
(Vancouver, WA) -- An 80-year-old man charged in a shooting that killed one person and injured two others at a senior living facility in Vancouver will remain behind bars until the start of his trial. A judge ruled yesterday that Robert Breck will remain in custody because he's a danger to others. Breck pleaded not guilty yesterday to one count of murder and two counts of attempted murder. Police say Breck shot and killed 75-year-old Leon Tunstall in the lobby of the Smith Tower last week because of an ongoing feud over a caretaker there. Breck also allegedly shot and injured 73-year-old Enelia Montoya and 44-year-old Shawna L. Garis.