Suspect was booked on an extensive list of drug and weapons charges.
(SALEM, Ore.) - Search warrants were served late last night in the 1300 block of Rafael Av N and the 3700 block of Portland Rd NE, resulting in one arrest and collection of a myriad of evidence.
This bust was the culmination of an approximately month long investigation by the Salem Police Department's Street Crimes Unit, assisted by the Keizer Police Department, and a narcotics detection K-9 and handler from the Oregon State Police.
(SAN FRANCISCO) - On February 11, 2017, demonstrations were held at least 225 Planned Parenthood clinics across the country in support of, and against, the organization.
Planned Parenthood operates 650 health centers across the U.S. providing women with "the information and care they need to live strong, healthy lives and fulfill their dreams -- no ceilings, no limits."
The other six orphans will live with their relatives in Idlib.
(ISTANBUL, TR) - Following the evacuations from Aleppo, 41 orphans were settled at the
temporary refugee centre that was established by IHH in Idlib. The orphans, whose needs were covered by IHH, were sent to Azez with the guidance of Turkey, IHH and AFAD teams.
The orphans who are now staying at the temporary refugee centre will later go to Jarablus.
(HOUSTON, Texas) - They met online. He said he was a friend of a friend. The woman, in her 50s and struggling in her marriage, was happy to find someone to chat with. “He was saying all the right things,” she remembered.
That connection would end up costing the woman $2 million and an untold amount of heartache after the man she fell in love with—whom she never met in person—took her for every cent she had.
Salem survey: More women interested in plant-based diet, but worry the family won't like it
(SALEM, Ore.) - A health survey of Salem-area residents by Kaiser Permanente Northwest finds that more women are likely to try a plant-based diet to improve their health, while more men say they would miss meat too much.
Studies have shown that increasing the amount of vegetables and fruit while cutting back on processed food, sugar, meat and dairy has numerous health benefits.
Victims are forced to suffer through physical, sexual, and mental abuse.
(PORTLAND, Ore.) - During the week of January 31 to February 3, 2016, the Portland Police Bureau's Sex Trafficking Unit conducted undercover missions to address online sex trafficking as part of the 13th National Johns Suppression Initiative.
Sex trafficking and prostitution are not victimless crimes. Victims of sex trafficking and prostitution are forced, coerced, and manipulated into this lifestyle against their will.
The debut of "I Am Not Invisible" will take place from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24, at the Portland Art Museum
(PORTLAND, Ore.) - "I Am Not Invisible," a remarkable presentation featuring 20 portraits of Oregon women military veterans, will be unveiled later this month at a special, one-night community exhibition at the Portland Art Museum.
The project shines a spotlight on women veterans, whose contributions, experiences and needs are too often ignored or overlooked socially, politically and legally.
In the next couple of months, official production figures will point to who's winning this round of the oil wars.
(LONDON) - It's been a month now that investors and analysts have been closely watching two main drivers for oil prices: how OPEC is doing with the supply-cut deal, and how U.S. shale is responding to fifty-plus-dollar oil with rebounding drilling activity.
Those two main factors are largely neutralizing each other, and are putting a floor and a cap to a price range of between $50 and $60.
EXECUTIVE ORDER: PROTECTING THE NATION FROM FOREIGN TERRORIST ENTRY INTO THE UNITED STATES
(WASHINGTON D.C.) - Americans from the kitchen table to the water cooler are continuing to debate the pros and cons of the Executive Order excluding entry into the United States by a myriad of people and situations. Before stepping up to your own pulpit, it will behoove you to know the FACTS.
Here is the January 27, 2017 Executive Order, in it's entirety:
Two brothers allegedly abused by Father James Harris, one also by Father Maurice Grammond, filed a lawsuit.
(PORTLAND, Ore.) - In two lawsuits filed today in U.S. District Court in Portland, two brothers, now adults, allege that their Catholic priest sexually abused them when they were children living in St. Paul, Oregon.
Father James Harris served as a Catholic priest in the St. Paul Parish in Silverton, Oregon in the mid to late 1960s when he abused the brothers and one of their childhood friends.
(DAYTON, Ore.) - According to Troopers on scene, a 2005 Jeep Liberty, operated by 19-year old Madelyn West of Beaverton was traveling east on Hwy 18. West's vehicle crossed into the west bound lane of travel colliding head-on with a 2000 GMC Envoy.
The GMC was operated by 68-year old Bertha Martinez, of Dayton.
(SALEM, Ore.) - Salem Police detectives are investigating a fatal shooting that occurred in the 1300 block of Lancaster Dr NE at approximately 10:45 pm on Sunday evening.
Officers were dispatched the area of the 1300 block of Lancaster Dr NE on a report of a possible shooting. Witnesses reporting seeing someone on foot who fired gunshots at a light colored jeep. The jeep and the person on foot then left the area.