Here are the links featured on 'More Good Day Oregon' on Friday, November 20:
X-Games ski champ Sammy Carlson is now starring in a full-length film about his career. The world premiere is tonight in Portland. Tickets are available at TetonGravity.com.
It's the Portland-made water bottle loved by celebs like Neil Patrick Harris and Julianne Hough. You can get an eco-friendly Love Bottle at LoveBottle.net.
Stephanie visits "Nic and Fig's Makery" in Lake Oswego for a lesson in Kombucha making and to learn more about the variety of classes offered, including sausage-making, sewing, bartending and much more. The class schedule can be found at NicAndFigs.com
Based off of the popular book and movie, The Polar Express, Mt Hood railroad gives a fun filled ride to the “North Pole” in order to pick up Santa. Learn more at MtHoodDRR.com.
Meet the stars of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Learn more at OMaze.com.
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A group of teachers are being disciplined after they thought it would be funny to name a student “most likely to become a terrorist.”More >
A man driving with "private" license plates was arrested on Highway 26, causing traffic delays Wednesday afternoon.More >
Investigators said it's not clear how they began circulating in southern Oregon, but detectives have learned the bills have also been passed recently throughout the Pacific Northwest.More >
A man yelling "hate speech" on a MAX train in northeast Portland stabbed and killed two people who tried to intervene, according to police.More >
"If I held onto the side, I knew he could just drag me and leave," she said. But with her on the hood, she knew he couldn't ignore her.More >
A 35-year-old man was arrested Thursday by Portland Police Bureau Sex Crime Unit detectives on 55 charges related to sex crimes.More >
A parent's love knows no bounds. But what happens when you truly believe your child is going to harm himself or someone else? One family tells News 4 they made a heartbreaking decision about their son with autism, all because they felt they had no other options.More >
The Portland Police Bureau asked for the public's help last week tracking down a suspect accused of throwing semen on women at grocery stores.More >
For the first time in three years, an Oregon military unit is deploying to Afghanistan, and the soldiers said their goodbyes at a farewell ceremony in Salem Thursday.More >
A man with a felony warrant assaulted a Washington County deputy and ran away, but the suspect was caught hiding near a school by a police K-9, according to investigators.More >