Here are the links featured on ‘More Good Day Oregon’ on Thursday, February 18:
For today’s ‘Keep Portland Weird’ segment, MORE takes you to Velo Cult Bike Shop. This is no ordinary bike shop. Not only can you get your bike fixed but you can also grab a beer and catch a live show. Learn more at VeloCult.com.
Jimmy Walker and the rest of the cast from the 1970’s sitcom “Good Times” is asking for your help. The cast has started a Kickstarter campaign to help bring the old show to the big screen. Learn more at Kickstarter.com/TheOriginalGoodTimesCastMovie.
There is a new group of people interested in the tiny house movement, the millennials. MORE caught up with the owner of Escape Traveler Randy Woodman to see why so many people are turning to tiny trailer houses. Learn more about tiny homes at EscapeTraveler.net.
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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 >
Vancouver police said a boy sustained life-threatening injuries after he was hit and dragged by a vehicle after an altercation in a Safeway parking lot.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 driving with "private" license plates was arrested on Highway 26, causing traffic delays Wednesday afternoon.More >
Vancouver police said a boy has died after he was hit and dragged by a vehicle after an altercation a store parking lot.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 >
Lifeguards are set to watch over the water at two popular and potentially dangerous swimming spots as one family is mourning the loss of a 19-year-old swimmer.More >
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 >
Police are searching for a shooting suspect after a man was injured along Burnside Street in southwest Portland Wednesday.More >