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Two dead after small plane crashes in Willow Creek Canyon

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A small plane crashed in the Willow Creek Canyon area Saturday afternoon, killing its pilot and passenger. 

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Child killed in hit-and-run crash

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A child had died after being hit by a car in Gresham. It happened around 6pm at the East Trail Park Apartments at 115 SE 162nd Avenue. 

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Salem Fire sets up medical tents in parks for eclipse

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The city of Salem is preparing for people arriving to watch Monday's total solar eclipse. In preparation, Salem Fire has installed medical tents in three of the bigger parks in the city.

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Eclipse frenzy strong in central Oregon, calm at coast

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People are piling into Oregon with the total solar eclipse just two days away, with many arriving in Madras and Prinevile, but the coast is surprisingly quiet. 

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Clackamas Co. hit-and-run victim's family asks for answers

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The family of a man who was hit by a vehicle while riding his bicycle in Clackamas County Friday is asking for the public's help. 

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Traffic to totality? Portland locals say, forget it

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Restaurants in Portland are taking advantage of the locals left in the city this weekend, just two days before the solar eclipse.

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Police: Car plows through McMinnville home, intoxicated driver hospitalized

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A vehicle rammed through a home in McMinnville late Friday night and its intoxicated driver is receiving medical care, police said. 

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Deputies ask for public’s help in missing Tillamook man investigation

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A 41-year-old man was reported missing earlier this month, and the Tillamook County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help locating him. 

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Washougal log cabin destroyed by fire

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A fire broke out at a log cabin in Washougal, completely burning the structure Saturday morning. 

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Nena Springs Fire evacuation notices lowered

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A day after a shelter-in-place order was executed at a resort, Warm Springs officials reduced the Nena Springs Fire evacuation notices. 

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Milli Fire grows to 7,800 acres, forces evacuations

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Level 3 evacuation orders – meaning “go now” – have been issued for 600 residence because of the Milli Fire near Sisters.

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Deputies seeking suspect in hit and run crash that left cyclist injured

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A bicyclist had to be taken by medical transport helicopter to a nearby hospital following a hit-and-run crash Friday evening, according to deputies.

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Owner seeking rescued pit bull stolen from Washington Co. home

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Deputies are searching for a suspect who made off with a family dog in Washington County, and now the owner is hoping to track down the thief.

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Crowds march through downtown Portland for ‘Eclipse Hate’ event

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Hundreds gathered in downtown Portland Friday evening for a rally before taking to the streets to march in a show of support for a community across the country rocked by violence and hate just a week ago.

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Experts offer tips for taking eclipse photos

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For many, the eclipse is a once in a lifetime event, and in today's age of technology, it is a sure bet that a lot of people will have some sort of device in their hand to try to capture the moment.

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Portland police investigating downtown stabbing

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Police are conducting an investigation after they said they found a man in an area under the Burnside Bridge near Naito Parkway with a stab wound Friday evening.

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Keizer parks welcome eclipse campers but say no to fires, lanterns and torches

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People started arriving Keizer Rapids Park Friday to set up their RVs and tents for their weekend of camping ahead of Monday’s total solar eclipse.

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Woman charged with manslaughter for deadly crash along Columbia Blvd

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A 29-year-old woman has been charged with manslaughter in connection to car crash that killed two people in June. 

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Salem winery welcoming eclipse guests

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Eclipse watchers from across the country and around the world are starting to arrive at Eola Hills Legacy Estate Vineyard west of Salem.

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Police investigating shooting in Gilbert neighborhood, no injuries reported

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Portland police are investigating a shooting that happened in the Gilbert neighborhood Friday afternoon. 

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How to check if your eclipse glasses are approved for Monday

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Everyone viewing the eclipse will need special glasses, but with all the recalls issued on the glasses, consumers may be wondering if they have the right ones and when they should wear them.

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Police: One person injured during robbery at N. Portland tavern

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One person was injured in a robbery that happened at a North Portland tavern early Friday morning.

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Woman: Oregon train stabbings could have been prevented

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A Portland woman says police could have prevented a fatal attack on two men who came to the aid of teenage girls being harassed on Portland light-rail train if they had taken her earlier complaint against a white supremacist more seriously. More>>

Man sentenced to 8 years in prison for sexually abusing cognitively delayed child

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A man was sentenced to more than eight years in prison for sexually abusing a cognitively delayed child in Washington County.

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