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Woman found dead after stabbing at Hillsboro apartment complex


Hillsboro police are investigating a stabbing at an apartment complex on Southeast Minter Bridge Road. More>>

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Your weekend football TV guide for Aug. 30


Football season is finally here, so we put together this handy viewing guide to make sure you don't miss any of this week's big games. More>>

Washington judge upholds local pot business ban


A Washington state judge says a small city can continue to ban licensed marijuana businesses, even if they're allowed under state law. More>>

I.K. Kim takes lead at Portland Classic


I.K. Kim birdied the first four holes on the back nine Thursday and finished with a 7-under 65 to take the first-round lead in the Portland Classic. More>>

Judge OKs Portland police use-of-force reforms


A federal judge has accepted the settlement between the U.S. Department of Justice and the city of Portland on reforms intended to improve the way police deal with the mentally ill. More>>

Miley Cyrus' MTV VMAs date turns himself in

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Jesse Helt, the Oregon man who accompanied Miley Cyrus to the MTV Video Music Awards, had a warrant out for his arrest in Oregon. He posted bail after turning himself in to the Polk County Jail.

Oregon Zoo: Surviving cotton-top tamarin monkeys on display, doing well


Three cotton-top tamarin monkeys who survived their move to the Oregon Zoo are now on display to the public. More>>

Health officials warn of E. Coli contamination in South Yamhill River


Yamhill County Public Health officials want to make sure people stay out of the South Yamhill River near Green Bridge due to concerns about E. Coli contamination. More>>

Volunteers install free life jacket kiosk along Columbia River


Two groups of boaters are trying to keep people safe with a new life jacket loaning kiosk on the Columbia River. More>>

Portland Public Schools installs new security measures


The school district installed new security features at all of the schools in an effort to control access to the buildings, making the facilities safer. More>>

Hundreds honor life of woman murdered outside of apartment; killer still at large


A beloved mother and wife who was brutally murdered outside of a Cedar Mill apartment complex was remembered Thursday at a memorial service held on what would have been her fourth wedding anniversary. More>>

Police: Sex abuse suspect left note on victim's door 10 days after attack


On Aug. 25, Cruz Bonilla appeared to leave a note on the victim's apartment door, police say. More>>

Gresham man, dad and girlfriend arrested in child porn case


An investigation targeting one potential child pornography suspect led to the arrest of three people now facing criminal charges. More>>


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Police: Springfield officer shot woman who brandished replica gun

Updated: Aug 28, 2014 12:35 PM

Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting at a gas station near the interchange of Interstate 5 and Highway 34. More>>

Man, woman facing charges for shooting of Klamath Co. deputy


Klamath County's major crimes team arrested William Parkerson, 30, and charged him with Wednesday's shooting of a deputy during a traffic stop. More>>

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Man who exposed himself on bike path sentenced to community service


Khamidzhon Ayvazov was arrested in June after two reports of a man masturbating near the bike path at Northeast 158th and Marine Drive. More>>

City announces deal to put grocery store at NE MLK and Alberta


Natural Grocers will open a "community-centric" grocery store at the 1.79-acre property located at Martin Luther King Boulevard and Alberta Street. More>>

Warrants served, attempted murder suspect arrested in gang investigation


Portland police moved in on a home on Northeast 13th Avenue on Thursday morning as part of an ongoing gang investigation. More>>

Teen accused of firing blow dart at cross country runner arrested


A 16-year-old boy is facing criminal charges after police said he fired a blow dart at a McMinnville student running with his high school cross country team. More>>

Multnomah County animal shelter overcrowded, offering discount


Multnomah County Animal Services says its shelter has too many animals and it's offering a discount to try to find new homes for all of them. More>>

Police: 19-year-old on heroin hits patrol car after bridge-spanning chase


A man who led police on a chase from Vancouver to Portland in a stolen car was taken to the hospital for a suspected heroin overdose after hitting a patrol car, according to investigators. More>>

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