(Portland, OR) -- A man is facing charges after allegedly assaulting a police officer and a woman with a pipe in southeast Portland. Police say officers responded to the 4100 block of Southeast Ivon Street Saturday night on reports of a man throwing objects at passing cars. A responding officer approached 36-year-old Tsegay Abraha, who allegedly struck the officer in the head with a pipe. The officer was reportedly able to detain the suspect until other officers arrived. Earlier that night, Abraha is accused of striking a woman in the arm with the pipe as she walked into her home.
(Portland, OR) -- No injuries are being reported after two mariners ran aground in Yaquina Bay. The Coast Guard says the two called for help yesterday afternoon after their 14-foot recreational vessel ran aground on some mud flats in the bay. The Coast Guard sent out an aircrew, which hoisted the individuals to safety.
(Portland, OR) -- Portland City Council members are considering a new regulation on plastic straws and utensils. Council members are set to discuss Wednesday an ordinance that would ban restaurants from handing out plastic straws and utensils unless the customer asks for them. The restaurants would also be allowed to ask the customer if they want a straw or plastic utensils.
(Portland, OR) -- A man is facing charges in connection to an assault that left a man seriously injured along the Portland waterfront. Police say 38-year-old Jon Moudy assaulted a man yesterday afternoon near the grounds of Portland's Saturday Market. Responding officers reportedly arrived to find a group of good Samaritans helping the victim, who was rushed to a hospital with significant injuries.
(Portland, OR) -- Free admission is being offered at all national parks and the Oregon Zoo today in honor of Veterans Day. Today is the last of four free days at U.S. national parks this year. The Oregon Zoo is offering free admission all day to the families of service members who are deployed.
(Portland, OR) -- A convicted felon is facing new charges after allegedly being caught in a stolen car. The Multnomah County Sheriff's Office says deputies pulled over 33-year-old Jesse Calhoun in Troutdale yesterday afternoon. A search of the car allegedly turned up six grams of meth along with a sawed-off shotgun and 500 rounds of ammunition.
(Vancouver, WA) -- Hundreds of people are saying goodbye to a 5-year-old Vancouver girl allegedly murdered by her mother's boyfriend. Hundreds gathered yesterday for a funeral procession and memorial service for Hartley Anderson. Ryan Burge was watching Anderson a little more than a week ago when she suffered the severe head trauma injury that killed her. Burge is charged with first-degree murder.
(Camas, WA) -- A 51-year-old man is dead after crashing his bicycle into a house in Camas, Washington. Police say Michael Myers died in the crash last Thursday on Northwest Sierra Drive. Police believe Myers was riding down a steep road with several turns when he crashed into the side of a house.
(Portland, OR) -- A man suspected of killing his wife and dumping her body in a field near St. Paul is dead. Police say deputies found the body of Lemarr Carver yesterday inside a home in Hillsboro. Police were serving a search warrant at the home in connection to the death of 47-year-old Tricia Carver, whose body was found in a field Monday. Police say Lemarr appears to have died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
(Portland, OR) -- One person is hospitalized with serious injuries after being hit by a car in Gresham. Police say the pedestrian was crossing East Burnside near Southeast 53rd Avenue last night when the car struck them. Officers say the pedestrian was not using a crosswalk. The driver reportedly stayed at the scene.
(Washington, DC) -- Pot stocks are soaring sky high after the firing of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Shares of Canadian marijuana company Tilray went up 30-percent after news that Sessions was out. Other publicly traded pot companies such as Canopy Growth and Aurora Cannabis also had their stocks lifted more than eight percent. Sessions had promised to roll back Obama-era policies that allowed states to set their own rules on weed. Marijuana companies were also enjoying a boost because Michigan voters approved a measure legalizing recreational pot.
(Baton Rouge, LA) -- Oregon is now the only state to allow split-verdict jury decisions. The Oregonian reports that voters in Louisiana approved a constitutional amendment that ends non-unanimous convictions. Oregon juries can convict a defendant on a 10-to-2 vote, although murder convictions require full agreement.
(Portland, OR) -- A bank robbery suspect is behind bars after police say his escape route led him right by a police station. Police arrested 68-year-old Richard Gorton yesterday for the robbery at a U.S. Bank branch in Longview, Washington. Police say officers were radioing in a description of the suspect when officers saw a man matching the description walking in front of the police station a block east of the bank.
(Portland, OR) -- Several cats are lucky to be alive after being rescued from a house fire in southeast Portland. Firefighters say no one was home except for the feline residents when the fire broke out yesterday afternoon at a home near Southeast 97th and Knight Street. Three of the cats had to be resuscitated. An investigation into the fire is ongoing.
(Salem, OR) -- A measure aimed at giving gun lovers more rights is now law in eight Oregon counties. OregonLive reports that the local measure was pushed to victory by militia groups. The measure gives people who live in approving counties the right to own semi-automatic weapons and high-capacity magazines, regardless of state or federal law. Partial returns show that it passed in Baker, Columbia, Douglas, Klamath, Lake, Linn, Umatilla and Union counties. It failed in Jackson and Lincoln counties.
(Vancouver, WA) -- Police are searching for a missing and endangered 16-year-old girl. Police say Johna Dugan of Camas, Washington was last seen just after midnight early yesterday morning at her home. She's described as five-foot-three and 120 pounds with long blond hair.
(Salem, OR) -- Governor Kate Brown is the winner in the race to keep her seat. Early ballot returns show the Democrat leading with 50-percent of the vote, compared to challenger Knute Buehler's 44-percent support. The Republican Buehler conceded the race less than an hour after ballot returns started coming in. The two candidates funneled millions into their advertising campaigns in what was the most expensive governor's race in state history.
(Portland, OR) -- Oregon appears set to remain a sanctuary state. Early ballot returns show voters rejecting Measure 105 with 63-percent of the vote. Thirty-seven-percent voted in favor of the measure, which would have repealed Oregon's status as a sanctuary state.
(Portland, OR) -- Oregon residents appear to be rejecting a ban on grocery taxes. Early ballot returns this morning showed Measure 103 failing with only 43-percent of the vote. The measure would have banned any future taxes on soda and groceries.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are releasing the identity of a California man who shot himself to death in Portland. Authorities identified the 36-year-old from Modesto yesterday as Damon Davis. He was wanted on a number of weapons and drug-related charges. ATF agents were trying to arrest him over the weekend when he killed himself.
(Portland, OR) -- Oregon voters appear to be rejecting a measure to ban state funding for abortions. Early results show Measure 106 failing with only 36-percent of the vote. Sixty-four-percent voted against the measure, which would have put a state constitutional ban on the use of public funds to pay for abortions.
(Portland, OR) -- Democrat Suzanne Bonamici is holding onto her seat in Oregon's 1st Congressional District. Bonamici leading with 63-percent of the vote as of early this morning. Republican challenger John Verbeek was in second place with 33-percent. Libertarian challenger Drew Layda gathered four-percent.
(Klamath Falls, OR) -- An employee at Crater Lake National Park is suing the Parks Service over his treatment at work. OregonLive reports that Jamie Summers filed papers in Portland claiming that his co-workers have used slurs referencing his Native American heritage and his bosses did nothing about it. Summers seeks two-million dollars in the defamation lawsuit.
(Portland, OR) -- Voters appear to be saying yes to a measure allowing local governments to use bond money for affordable housing projects. Early ballot returns this morning show Measure 102 passing with 56-percent of the vote. The measure would amend the state constitution to allow local governments to use affordable housing bond revenue toward public-private development partnerships.
(Portland, OR) -- It's election day. Today is the last day to cast a ballot for the 2018 midterm elections. It's too late to mail your ballot, but you can still drop them off at hundreds of locations around the state. Check the Oregon Secretary of State website to find the location nearest you. Voting is set to close at 8 p.m.
(Salem, OR) -- At least 40-percent of Oregon's registered voters' ballots are now in the hands of election officials. That's about eight-percent higher than had been expected to turn in their early voting ballots by mail or in person. The Oregonian reports that Democrats held a slight edge yesterday in turnout rates. The large participation echoes a nationwide surge in at least 28 states. Bloomberg News reports the high turnout indicates new voters are being drawn into the midterm elections.
(Vancouver, WA) -- An investigation is ongoing into a fire that destroyed a motor home in Vancouver. Firefighters responded to the 84-hundred block of Northeast 8th Avenue early yesterday morning to find the Winnebago fully involved in flames. Fire officials think the motor home was abandoned when the fire broke out. No injuries were reported.
(Vancouver, WA) -- Police are searching for a missing 12-year-old Vancouver girl. Police say Miriam Marie Smith disappeared from her home Monday afternoon. She's believed to be wearing dark red Vans sneakers with a hooded sweatshirt and jeans.
(Portland, OR) -- A suspicious death investigation is underway into the discovery of a woman's body in a field near St. Paul. The Marion County Sheriff's Office says someone found the body yesterday morning in a field near Vachter Road Northeast and River Road Northeast. The sheriff's office has ruled the death suspicious. It's not yet clear how the woman died.
(Cougar, WA) -- The search is over for the body of an Oregon hiker missing for three weeks near Mount St. Helens. Authorities say 18-year-old Kelso resident Garrett Canada was reported missing in mid-October. His body was found over the weekend east of the town of Cougar by a group of camping Girl Scouts. OregonLive reports that he fell into water near a Lava Canyon waterfall while he was hiking.
(Portland, OR) -- Several companies are offering deals and discounts to help Portlanders get to the polls today. Rideshare companies Uber and Lyft are both handing out discounts to customers who use their services to travel to the polls or ballot drop-off locations. Bikeshare companies Biketown and Lime are both offering free rides on their bikes or e-scooters. Biketown users who enter the code BIKE2VOTE will receive a free day pass, while Lime users can use the code LIME2VOTE18 to get a free 30-minute ride to and from polling locations.
(Vancouver, WA) -- A man is facing a murder charge in connection to the death of his girlfriend's five-year-old daughter. Police arrested 37-year-old Ryan Burge Friday after the girl died from severe head trauma while being treated at a Portland hospital. Police say Burge was babysitting the girl when she suffered the injury. Burge tells investigators she injured herself while throwing a tantrum.
(Portland, OR) -- An investigation is ongoing into the discovery of a missing Salem woman's body in the Santiam State Forest. Police found the body of 35-year-old Amber Jayne Eldridge yesterday in steep terrain about 700 feet from her vehicle. Deputies had found Eldridge's one-year-old granddaughter safe inside that vehicle on Saturday morning. Investigators say Eldridge messaged a loved one Friday night saying she had driven to an area off Sawtell Road to get away for a bit and that her granddaughter was with her. Police say they don't suspect foul play in the death.
(Portland, OR) -- No injuries are being reported following a shooting at a home in North Portland. Police say someone opened fire on a home on North Fessenden Street early yesterday morning with people inside. It's not yet clear what led to the shooting. Police are still searching for the suspect.
(Portland, OR) -- One person is dead and several others are injured following a crash on Highway 212 in Damascus. Police say the crash happened yesterday morning near the Highway 224 interchange. Several people had to be extricated from one of the vehicles involved. One person was pronounced dead at the scene.
(Portland, OR) -- A man is facing DUII charges after allegedly crashing his SUV into three parked vehicles and a tree. Police say it happened early yesterday morning in the Garden Home community. Police say 39-year-old Noe Garnica was driving on Southwest Alden Street when he lost control and struck two cars parked in a driveway. He then allegedly backed up and hit another car before crashing into a tree and coming to a stop. Investigators say he was under the influence of both alcohol and drugs.
(Portland, OR) -- One woman is dead after being hit by a car on Highway 22 in west Salem. Police say the woman was in the westbound lanes near the Edgewater Street exit Saturday night when the car struck her. The driver reportedly stayed at the scene and cooperated with investigators. Police have not yet released the victim's identity.
(Portland, OR) -- Five people are injured following a two-car crash in Gresham. The crash happened early Saturday morning near Southeast Chase and 282nd Avenue when a Cadillac SUV collided with a sedan. Five people were taken to a hospital, where doctors say they're expected to be OK. Investigators say alcohol may have been a factor in the crash.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are looking into a pair of shootings in Southeast Portland overnight Friday. The Portland Police Bureau says the first shooting happened around 9:40 p.m. near Southeast 139th Avenue and Mill Street. Residents there say they heard gunshots followed by the sound of a car speeding off. The second shooting happened around 2:30 a.m. on Southeast 88th Avenue during a large fight between two groups of people. No injuries were reported in either of the shootings.
(Portland, OR) -- A Portland psychiatric facility may get to keep its federal funding despite cited infractions. The Oregonian reports that investigators found that Unity Center for Behavioral Health allowed patients to hurt themselves, sexually assault each other and escape. The Oregon Health Authority has found that Unity's problems are being fixed and it recommends that its Medicare and Medicaid payments not be shut off. The federal government still has to agree to the recommendation.
(Portland, OR) -- Police in Washington County are warning the public after some Halloween candy tested positive for methamphetamine. The Washington County Sheriff's Office says some parents called 9-1-1 after eating some Sour Patch Kids that their children received while trick-or-treating Wednesday night. The parents were taken to a hospital, and the candy tested positive for meth. The parents told police the candy appeared to be properly sealed before they opened it. Police say the family went trick-or-treating in Aloha in the area of Southwest Jay Street.
(Portland, OR) -- No injuries are being reported after a Hood River County sheriff's deputy opened fire on a motorist who allegedly tried to hit him with his car. Oregon State Police say the deputy was at the Mitchell Point trailhead in the Columbia River Gorge Monday afternoon when he saw the suspect's stopped car and went to check on him. That's when police say the driver drove at him, prompting the deputy to open fire. The driver crashed into the deputy's patrol car and then fell down an embankment. The deputy arrested him.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are looking to question two men who were allegedly involved in a brawl during the most recent Patriot Prayer rally in Portland. Police say the brawl happened at the march and rally October 13th after Patriot Prayer members and counter-protesters got into a confrontation. Police released photos of the two men yesterday and ask anyone with information to contact them.
(Portland, OR) -- A man is facing nearly two decades behind bars for killing a man and injuring a woman in downtown Portland. A judge sentenced 50-year-old Thomas Dorris yesterday to 17 years in prison followed by three years of post-prison supervision. He's accused of shooting and killing Chester Eugene Newborn and shooting a woman in the leg, injuring her, in 2016.
(Portland, OR) -- A 24-year-old man is facing charges after allegedly burglarizing a construction site in Lake Oswego. Police arrested Rosendo Sanchez-Martinez early yesterday morning after he allegedly tripped an alarm at "The Springs at Lake Oswego" on Kruse Way Place. Police say officers found him hiding under a bus, where he had allegedly hidden a pistol. Police say a second suspect at the scene got away. Investigators believe the two were after copper wiring.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are searching for a missing Washington County woman. The Washington County Sheriff's Office says 36-year-old Roxanne Slayton went missing about a month ago. Family members say she suffers from medical issues and may not have access to her critical medications. She's described as five-foot-six and 180 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.
(Beaverton, OR) -- Oregon's two largest corporate employers are calling for transgender equality. OregonLive reports that Nike and Intel joined dozens of other companies yesterday in opposing President Trump's proposed redefinition of gender. A federal memo stating that gender is defined by biology caused an outcry in the LGBTQ community. Its adoption could mean legal protections may be lost. The move continues a socially active stance from Nike and Intel, whose Oregon headquarters are in Beaverton and Hillsboro, respectively.
(Portland, OR) -- Police say a Portland man who was hit by an alleged DUII driver has died. The Portland Police Bureau says 64-year-old Darnell Jolly died Sunday at the hospital where he was being treated. He was injured Friday night after 64-year-old William Leptich crashed into him at Southeast Stark Street and 146th Avenue. Police believe Leptich was intoxicated at the time of the crash.
(Portland, OR) -- A man is facing charges after allegedly driving into a crowd of protesters in southwest Portland. The demonstrators were protesting the Grand Jury ruling that found officers were justified in shooting and killing 27-year-old Patrick Kimmons yesterday when the incident happened. Police say 55-year-old Mark Dickerson drove his pickup truck into the crowd of protesters, striking at least one person. That person did not require hospitalization. Dickerson is facing charges of fourth-degree assault as well as reckless endangerment and reckless driving.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are searching for a missing and endangered Washington County man. Police say 60-year-old John Jackson went missing around midnight yesterday after walking away from an adult care facility. Police say Jackson suffers from medical conditions including schizophrenia and that he doesn't have his medications with him.
(Salem, OR) -- Snow tire season begins today. Oregon motorists can legally start using studded tires on their vehicles beginning today. The Oregon Department of Transportation says the season stretches to March 31st, but they hope alternatives are available. Studded tires reportedly cause a lot of damage to the state's roadways, to the tune of eight-and-a-half-million dollars. Other types of traction tires or chains are recommended for travel to icy areas.
(Portland, OR) -- Three members of the McMinnville High School boys' soccer team are facing charges in connection to an alleged hazing incident. Police arrested the students on charges of harassment in lieu of custody following an extensive investigation. Police say the teens were involved in a hazing incident involving other members of the soccer program on September 7th.
(Portland, OR) -- Two people are facing charges following a stabbing in the Old Town/Chinatown district. Police responded to the area of Northwest Naito Parkway and West Burnside Street yesterday afternoon on reports of a disturbance. Responding officers found a man suffering from a stab wound. Officers tracked down Robert Fogelman and Nenita Gatlin in the area and arrested them. Police say the victim is expected to survive.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are searching for a Central Point couple who have been missing nearly a month. Police say 30-year-old Christopher Dean Vestal and 29-year-old Mary Lou Rowden were last seen October 6th in Medford. Family members reported them missing October 24th. Police say the couple were planning a three-day camping trip when they disappeared.
(Undated) -- Oregon residents have it pretty good when it comes to paying the utility bills. Relocation company Move.org ranks Oregon with the seventh-lowest cost for utilities in the nation. The Oregonian reports that it's due largely to inexpensive electricity and natural gas, but the state's high-priced internet isn't so bad that it offsets those bargains.
(Portland, OR) -- The FBI is confirming that Mayor Ted Wheeler was among the targets of threats from the Florida man accused of mailing pipe bombs to prominent Democrats across the country. The FBI says Cesar Sayoc also did research on Wheeler and locations linked to him. Wheeler's office says the FBI confirmed that Sayoc threatened Wheeler on social media. KATU reports that Governor Kate Brown was also the subject of an angry tweet from Sayoc.
(Salem, OR) -- Oregon's Independent Party candidate for governor is dropping out of the race. The Oregonian reports that Patrick Starnes is throwing his support behind Governor Kate Brown, since she supports campaign finance reform. That was Starnes' main issue during the campaign. Polls show Brown with a narrow lead over Bend Republican Knute Buehler. The general election is next Tuesday.
(Portland, OR) -- A convicted sex offender is pleading not guilty to kidnapping, torturing and murdering an 89-year-old Portland woman. Timothy Mackley entered the plea in court yesterday after undergoing a mental health evaluation. Police arrested Mackley September 25 after discovering the body of Marcine Herinck inside his car during a traffic stop. Investigators believe Mackley followed Herinck home from the thrift store where she volunteered her time.
(Portland, OR) -- Police say they made an arrest in connection to a stabbing in Beaverton. Police arrested Julio Aguilar-Garcia Monday in Washington County on an unrelated matter and later connected him to the stabbing. Police say he stabbed a 33-year-old man to death August 22nd on Southwest Garden View Avenue.
(Portland, OR) -- The Oregon Zoo is mourning the loss of Mikhail the tiger. Zoo officials say the 300-pound Amur tiger died yesterday from old age, just one day before his 20th birthday. Amur tigers in the wild typically live between ten and 15 years.
(Portland, OR) -- The vote-by-mail deadline is approaching in Multnomah County. Tomorrow is the last day to mail in a ballot to ensure it reaches the elections office by November 6th. Voters who don't drop their ballot in the mail tomorrow will have to submit their ballot at a ballot dropbox or local elections office.
(Portland, OR) -- Police say they've arrested the husband of a woman whose body was discovered near the Sandy River. Police arrested Martin Gallo-Gallardo for murder earlier this week. He's accused of killing his wife, 38-year-old Coral Rodriguez-Lorenzo, whose body was found Sunday near Camp Namanu. Court records show Gallo-Gallardo was charged with domestic violence against her in March.
(Salem, OR) -- Ballots are pouring into the elections offices ahead of next week's November 6th election. State election officials say that some 600-thousand voters have turned in their ballots during early voting, far ahead of the usual pace for a mid-term election. More than 21-percent of Oregon's voters have voted early, beating out the 13-to-17-percent in the past three mid-terms.
(Vancouver, WA) -- Police are canceling the AMBER Alert in California for a missing four-year-old Vancouver, Washington girl. The Vancouver Police Department tells KATU-2 they believe that Aranza Ochoa Lopez has been taken across the border to Mexico by her non-custodial mother, Esmeralda Lopez-Lopez. Police say Aranza was kidnapped by Lopez-Lopez Thursday during a court-supervised visit at the Vancouver Mall. Aranza has been in foster care since last year. Meanwhile, police say they've arrested two more suspects accused of helping Lopez-Lopez carry out the kidnapping after making one arrest Sunday.
(Portland, OR) -- A homicide investigation is underway into the discovery of a woman's body near the Sandy River in Clackamas County. Police say a worker at Camp Namanu found the body Sunday. Investigators believe the woman's body was left there sometime between Saturday night and Sunday morning. It's not yet clear how the woman died.
(Portland, OR) -- The Multnomah County Republican Party is challenging an effort to increase voter turnout in Portland. The Oregonian reports that the GOP wants an investigation into Commissioner Chloe Eudaly's plan to use city workers to get out the vote while they're on the job. Eudaly invited the municipal employees to knock on doors last week in precincts where turnout has been low. The local GOP chairman says she's breaking a law which bars city money from being spent in ways not specified in the budget.
(Portland, OR) -- No injuries are being reported following a tornado near Scio and a funnel cloud over Forest Grove. The National Weather Service says an EF-0 tornado touched down near Scio around 3:30 yesterday afternoon and brought small, marble-sized hail with it. In Forest Grove, a couple nursery greenhouses were damaged when a funnel cloud blew through the area. The National Weather Service will have a crew out surveying the area this morning to determine whether the funnel cloud was a tornado.
(Portland, OR) -- Police say they've made an arrest in connection to a shooting in southeast Portland. Police arrested 19-year-old Sir Charles M. Jones following the shooting Sunday on Southeast 148th Avenue. Investigators believe Jones opened fire during an argument between two groups of people. No injuries have been reported.
(Beaverton, OR) -- No injuries are being reported following a house fire in Beaverton. Firefighters responded to a home on Lombard Avenue west of Highway 217 yesterday afternoon. Fire officials say the blaze caused significant damage to the home. An investigation is ongoing into how the fire started.
(Beaverton, OR) -- Police are searching for suspects in connection to a robbery and carjacking in Beaverton. Police say the two men robbed a woman in a parking lot on Southwest Allen Boulevard Sunday evening. They then allegedly stole a car from someone on Denney Road a short time later. Police say the suspects displayed a weapon. Anyone with information is urged to contact police.
(Portland, OR) -- Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is pouring some money into the campaign against Measure 103. The Oregonian reports that Bloomberg has donated one-and-a-half-million dollars to fight the passage of Measure 103. That initiative on the November ballot would bar taxes on groceries, making soda taxes unconstitutional across the state. As Big Apple mayor, Bloomberg tried unsuccessfully to ban super-sized sodas in that city.
(Vancouver, WA) -- An 18-year-old man is behind bars as the search continues for a four-year-old girl police say was abducted by her non-custodial mother in Vancouver, Washington. Police arrested 18-year-old Erick Garcia-Valdo yesterday and booked him into Clark County Jail. He's accused of helping Esmeralda Lopez-Lopez kidnap her daughter Aranza Ochoa Lopez during a court-supervised visit Thursday at the Vancouver Mall.
(Vancouver, WA) -- An AMBER Alert is in effect in California for a missing four-year-old girl allegedly abducted by her non-custodial mother in Vancouver, Washington. The California Highway Patrol issued the alert Saturday for Aranza Ochoa Lopez and her 21-year-old mother, Esmeralda Lopez-Lopez. Police believe the two could be headed for Mexico. Lopez-Lopez is believed to be driving a red 2005 Chevy Cobalt with Washington license plate number BLK-1552.
(Portland, OR) -- Police are searching for a man accused of stabbing two other men at a strip club in southeast Portland. Police say the stabbing happened Saturday morning at The Venue Gentlemen's Club on Southeast Stark Street. Two men were hospitalized with stab wounds. The suspect is described as a 30-something white man standing about five-foot-eight-inches tall with short brown hair and a muscular build.