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Suspicious Man Approaching Women in Downtown Portland

The suspect claims to be a security guard in the area of OMSI and the new Tillikum Crossing bridge over the Willamette River.

(PORTLAND, Ore. ) - Portland Police Portland Police Central Precinct officers have taken two reports this week about a suspicious man approaching women and, in one case, inappropriately touching them.

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Portland Man Killed in Motorcycle Crash near Portland Air National Guard Base

UPDATE: Portland Police have identified the man killed in the accident.

(PORTLAND, Ore. ) - Portland Police Portland Police are still investigating a deadly motorcycle crash that occurred just after 5:00 p.m. on Northeast Cornfoot Road.

Preliminary information indicates that the rider was eastbound on Cornfoot Road when he lost control of the motorcycle and crashed into a telephone pole.

Read Full Article (Jul-15-2014 08:27)

Israel, Hamas Keep Fighting as Ceasefire Agreement Falls Apart

In overnight attacks, Israel said it had bombed 25 sites in Gaza.

(JERUSALEM) - Gaza Rocket Launch The Israeli military says it has resumed airstrikes on Gaza after Hamas militants violated a de-escalation brokered by Egypt.

Military spokesman Lt. Col. Peter Lerner says that after holding its fire for six hours Israel has "resumed operational activities." The military says that during the six hours Gaza militants fired about 50 rockets all over Israel. No injuries were reported.

Read Full Article (Jul-14-2014 20:15)

Bob`s Fans Rejoice! Bob`s Booth Part of Salem Hoopla

Mark your calendars now! Full event schedule and parking information for this year's Hoopla event inside.

(SALEM, Ore. ) - salem oregon If you missed out on getting a preview of Bob’s Hamburgers at the Marion County Fair, well never fear, because is pleased to be the first to announce that the Bob’s booth will be part of this year's addition of the Oregon National Guard Hoopla in downtown Salem.

Gina Dankenbring says the Bob’s booth will be right in front of the Oregon State Capitol and will be open all four days on the event, which runs July 31st thought August 3rd.

Read Full Article (Jul-14-2014 20:10)

Salem Man Sleeps While Home Catches Fire

Residents should check their smoke detectors and replace if needed.

(SALEM, Ore. ) - salem fire Just before 8:00 a.m. Monday morning, Marion County Fire District #1 firefighters where called to the intersection of Hollywood and Leafwood Ave NE in Salem for smoke showing from a home.

Arriving firefighters quickly extinguished a small fire on the outside of the home that was just starting to work its way into the attic. While firefighters were searching the structure they found one resident sleeping and assisted him outside unharmed.

Read Full Article (Jul-14-2014 19:56)

Lightning-Caused Fires Burning Throughout Willamette National Forest

Two new fires were detected Monday afternoon were on the McKenzie River Ranger District.

(SALEM, Ore. ) - Willamette National Forest Firefighters continue to respond to reports of over 65 lightning sparked fires from storms that crossed over the Cascades Sunday.

Most of the fires are small, ranging from a single burning tree to less than ¼ acre in size. Six new fires were found this afternoon. The largest fire on the forest, the Bingham Complex, is located on the Detroit Ranger District.

Read Full Article (Jul-14-2014 16:15)

Suspect Pulls Gun on Salem Target Store Employees

Do not attempt to contact the suspect he is believed to be armed and dangerous.

(SALEM, Ore. ) - Salem Target Suspect Marion County Sheriff's detectives are seeking the public help in locating a suspect who they say pulled a firearm on security officers after a theft at the Salem Target store on Center Street, Monday afternoon.

Marion County Sheriff's spokesman Sergeant Chris Baldridge says the suspect is a white male, in his 30's, approximately 6'3, 190 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes.

Read Full Article (Jul-14-2014 07:27)

Bob`s Affected Oregon in More Ways Than Just Hamburgers

Remember: “It’s not just a burger, it’s a BOB’s!”

(SALEM, Ore. ) - Bob and Betty Corey Oregon was blessed to have a man who saw a vision of how a fast food chain should operate -- by selling quality food at low prices, and treating their employees right -- that vision became Bob’s Hamburgers.

Bob Corey‘s mission statement was clear from the beginning: “Customers are our most valuable asset. They are highly perishable and must be treated as such. The customer is ALWAYS right. If we maintain a clean restaurant, treat him with courtesy, serve him the highest quality food, and make him feel we sincerely appreciate his business, he will be back. He is the one who is paying the bills. He makes our jobs possible. He is KING. Make him feel like it.”

These stories are from former Bob’s Hamburgers employees in their own words. I hope you enjoy their stories, as they take us through a special time in Oregon fast food history.

Read Full Article (Jul-14-2014 07:07)

Salem, Willamette Valley Wild Weather Gives Way to Heat

Temperatures in Salem and the mid-Willamette valley are expected to climb back into the 90's on Monday.

(SALEM, Ore. ) - Salem Oregon Lightning Salem and most parts of Oregon, was greeted Sunday morning by thunderstorms, with lightning and booming thunder, that later in the day produced small hail and gusty winds, but has now worked it's way out of the state giving way to warmer temperatures again.

The thunderstorms did knockout some power in various locations of the state for a short time, and those visiting the Marion County Fair sought cover as the fast moving thunderstorms rolled through the mid-Willamette Valley.

Read Full Article (Jul-13-2014 21:33)

Six People Hurt in Head-On Crash Near Creswell

One of the Nissan's occupants, 42-year-old Maria Ynez, from Eugene, was transported by air ambulance.

(CRESWELL, Ore. ) - Creswell Oregon Crash Oregon State Police is continuing their investigation into the cause of Saturday evening's serious injury two vehicle head-on traffic crash on Highway 200 west of Creswell.

According to Trooper Cale Day, at approximately 3:42 p.m., a 2007 Chevrolet Silverado pickup driven by 20-year-old Rick A. Kitzel from Eugene, was traveling southbound on Territorial Highway near milepost 34 at Hamm Road when the pickup crossed the centerline.

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