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Police: Three masked men rob Lake Oswego restaurant at gunpoint

LAKE OSWEGO, OR (KPTV) - Police are searching for three masked men who robbed a restaurant at gunpoint in Lake Oswego early Sunday morning. The robbery happened at around 4:20 a.m. at Stanfords, located 14801 Kruse Oaks Drive.


Beaverton Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead

BEAVERTON, OR — Time for your weekly weather report, as reported by Darksky. Mostly cloudy throughout the day. Light rain starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening.


E-Scooters Could Return to Portland April 26 With New Rules and More Devices

Portland Bureau of Transportation announced Monday morning that the city's second, year-long e-scooter program could begin as soon as April 26. Starting today, PBOT is accepting applications from e-scooter operators that wish to participate in the program.


10 Pacific Northwest wine events to bring you joy in April 2019

Anne Hubatch of Helioterra Wines. (Joshua Chang) Anne Hubatch of Helioterra Wines and Alter Ego Cider wants to teach you how to make wine and cider at home. Her class takes place at Blank Slate Bar, where mixologists will demonstrate how to make those fermented beverages into cocktails. The $20 fee


Police Arrest Three On Drug Charges Following Alleged Drug Deal

(Portland, OR) -- Three people are facing drug charges after a major drug deal went wrong at the Clackamas Town Center mall. Portland police say officers responded to the mall Saturday night after learning of a large drug deal scheduled in the parking lot there. Responding officers seized 116 grams


Nike Fined $14 Million for Limits on Soccer Merchandise Sales

BEAVERTON, United States — Nike Inc. was fined €12.5 million ($14 million) by the European Union for preventing sports merchandise being sold in different countries, a move aimed at keeping prices high in some markets.


Welfare check, confrontation, crash: 1 still on the run

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) -- One woman was arrested Monday morning and a man is still on the run after a welfare check turned into a confrontation with police. Gresham police said they responded to the welfare check at Northeast 162nd Avenue and Wasco Street after receiving reports of people passed out


Beaverton: 3 Foreclosed Properties Near You

BEAVERTON, OR — Don't want to break the bank, but still looking to buy a home nearby? Why not check out foreclosed properties in the area? You might just find a diamond in the rough!


‘Documentary Now!’: A bowling documentary spoof wraps up the partly Portland-filmed Season 3

The clever “Documentary Now!,” which expertly spoofs well-known (and some pretty obscure) documentaries, did much of its filming on location in and around Portland. The season began with a parody of “Wild Wild Country,” the Netflix documentary about Rajneeshees in Oregon. And the best episode of the


Two big taxes before Oregon lawmakers

Oregon legislators are looking to boost education funding by $2 billion through tax increases on the business community. Oregon Business & Industry supports targeted investments in education but we believe cost control must accompany any new revenue to ensure new dollars actually make it to the clas


Accused killer of Rainier police chief to change plea

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) -- Daniel Butts, the man accused of killing Rainier Police Chief Ralph Painter in 2011, is expected to change his plea and be sentenced on Tuesday. A document obtained by KOIN 6 News said Butts will be in a Columbia County courtroom at 9:30 a.m. to change his plea and be senten


Oregon stands alone as potential Giant Killer

Giant Killers is back for our 14th annual forecast for the Sweet 16. As usual, we're analyzing each Giant vs. Killer game in the regional semifinals. (Quick reminder: A Giant Killer is any team that defeats an opponent seeded at least five lines higher in any round.)


Man Hit And Killed By Semi-Truck North Of Vancouver

Ridgefield, Wash. — The driver of a semi-truck says a man jumped out in front of her moving truck just before 2 a.m. Monday morning on I-5 North near 199th Street. Washington State Patrol says the man died at the scene and the driver of the semi was not injured.


Romantic Wedding Inspiration at West, Portland’s New Modern Wedding Venue

There’s a new venue in town! The team at Portland’s Union/Pine set their sights west for their latest venture, aptly named West! For this dreamy inspired wedding, the coordination teams manned together to create a romantic scene in the new space. They called on the magical colors of the American Wes


Former Supreme Court Candidate Sues the State Over Report Released to Willamette Week

A former candidate for the Oregon Supreme Court filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Portland on March 22, alleging that his employer, the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services, improperly released a damaging report about him to WW last year. The Oregonian first reported the lawsu


Woman crushed by log moved by sneaker wave

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) -- A woman was seriously injured Saturday when a sneaker wave flipped a large driftwood log she was sitting on and crushed her. Nehalem Bay Fire & Rescue said the woman was flown from the coast to Portland for treatment of her injuries. It is not known at this time what her cur


Portland metro Monday weather: Rain holds off until after noon; high of 55

Forecast for Newport, Ore.


K-9 searches for suspect after Gladstone break-in

GLADSTONE, Ore. – A police K-9 team searched a Gladstone neighborhood early Monday morning for a man who broke into a teriyaki grill. Gladstone Police received the alarm call at about 5 a.m. for KB Teriyaki on Southeast McLoughlin Boulevard. An arriving officer spotted a man running out of the stora


Former Teacher Gets Two Years For Sexual Abuse

(Portland, OR) -- A former Tigard High School teacher is facing two years behind bars after pleading guilty to sexual abuse. A judge sentenced Marcus Jolley to two years in prison followed by registration as a sex offender last week. He pleaded guilty to sexually abusing two students in 2017. Court


Michael Brown shooting inspires ‘Until the Flood,’ a play about a community’s frustrations and fears

In 2014, in the wake of the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, and the waves of unrest that followed, the artistic directors of The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis decided it was time for their institution to join the conversation about the events that had rocked the region.