Here are the links featured on ‘More Good Day Oregon’ on Thursday, January 14:
It's been called the best Broadway musical of this century. The nine-time Tony Award winning show “The Book of Mormon” has returned to the Keller Auditorium. MORE caught up with members of the cast and even found out the very cool way they’re embracing life on the road. To get tickets, visit Portland.Broadway.com.
Looking for a great breakfast spot? Head over to Yvonne's. MORE checks out the small restaurant that caters to home-style breakfasts. Learn more at Yvonnes-Restaurant.com
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Football fans around Portland had strong opinions Sunday following many NFL players' decisions to stand, kneel or stay in the locker room during the national anthem.More >
Two childcare workers have turned themselves into police custody after a video surfaced of them berating, taunting and throwing a backpack at an 8-year-old child with autism.More >
A hot dog vendor in California received thousands of dollars from supporters after a police officer confiscated his money while issuing a citation earlier this month.More >
Portland police are investigating a robbery after a suspect was caught on camera stealing from a local hardware store.More >
A man who police believed was blind died after suffering serious injuries Monday morning after being hit by a car in North Portland.More >
A person reportedly jumped from a northeast Portland hotel Sunday morning after smoke was reported inside the building.More >
A New Jersey family is heartbroken over the death of their beloved dog after a hunter killed the animal when he mistook it for a coyote, police said.More >
Police are looking for a suspect after a car crashed into a pole in east Portland and its driver fled the scene early Monday morning.More >
According to a statement released by the team, the Seattle Seahawks players did participate in national anthem ahead of their game in Nashville Sunday against the Tennessee Titans.More >
Several team owners and executives had said they wouldn't want anyone in their organizations to protest.More >