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Missing 85-year-old HIllsboro man with dementia found dead

HILLSBORO, Ore. (KPTV) – A missing 85-year-old Hillsboro man was found dead near Highway 26 on Sunday, according to Hillsboro Police Department. Donald Sheldon was last seen leaving his home on Friday at about 1:00 p.m. to the DEQ in Hillsboro near Highway 26 and Northeast Cornelius Pass Road, police said.
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Portland Public School cancel bus routes, parents left scrambling

PORTLAND, Ore. (KPTV) – Families of some Portland students find themselves in a tough spot wondering how they're going to get their kids to school Monday morning. In an email to parents on Friday, Portland Public Schools announced that they canceled 13 bus routes to Benson and Lincoln High schools and 16 routes with different pickup or drop-off times for the foreseeable future.
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Vehicle theft suspects lead law enforcement on pursuit in Lincoln Co.

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Three vehicle theft suspects led officers and deputies on a chase that spanned more than 13 miles in Lincoln County Sunday afternoon. The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office said they received a report of a stolen gray 2003 Ford F-250 Sunday afternoon and spotted the pickup truck within the hour. The suspect inside the vehicle was driving south on Highway 101.

Where to find the COVID-19 vaccine in Portland

Here are several locations where you can find the vaccine in Portland: 1. 5253 SE 82nd Ave #27 (503) 477-8453; 2. 7901 SE Powell Blvd STE K (503) 384-2475; 3. 3131 SE Milwaukie Ave 503-234-3488; 4. 8145 SE 17th Ave (503) 382-2253; 5. 105 NW 13th Ave (503) 327-0233; 6.
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New McDaniel High School opens in NE Portland

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A Northeast Portland High School has a new campus and a new name. Leodis McDaniel High School, formerly Madison High School on Northeast 82nd Avenue, had its grand opening Saturday. McDaniel High School now features more than 170,000 square feet of new buildings, including two theaters,...

COVID-19 vaccine: Salem sites that have it on hand

Here are several locations where you can find the vaccine in Salem: 1. 3507 Commercial St SE (503) 930-9537; 2. 3790 Center St NE (503) 588-4433; 3. 1010 Hawthorne Ave SE 503-371-8739; 4. 3740 Market St NE (503) 370-4351; 5. 2855 Broadway St NE (503) 391-2433; 6. 3450 Commercial St
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New license plate celebrates diversity of Oregon’s culture

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A new, colorful license plate will soon be available to drivers in Oregon. The artwork on this newest license plate design is called “Celebrate Oregon!” and the plate is in recognition of the Oregon Cultural Trust’s 20th anniversary. It’s meant to celebrate Oregon and the diversity of its culture. It will be available Oct. 1 on the Oregon DMV website.

Enjoy One Last Night at Mary’s Club, Virtually

“Seasoned appreciators know the best time to visit Mary’s is 8:30 pm,” Susie, one of the club’s dancers, says. “At that time you’ve got three midshift dancers finishing up and four night shift dancers just starting. It just maximizes the number of dancers you get to see at Mary’s.”. An...

Portland gas price survey: Cheapest station saves $0.92 per gallon

(PORTLAND, OR) For bargain hunters there may be no better target than gas, with the cheapest station in the Portland area offering savings of $0.92 per gallon. Fastrak at 5710 Ne Fremont St was the cheapest station in the area, according to a survey by GasBuddy, with regular listed at $3.47 per gallon Wednesday. By comparison, the most expensive gallon was at Chevron at 3435 Ne Martin Luther King Blvd, where a gallon of regular was selling for $4.39.

Metz, Liebman: Every voter in every state should vote by mail

Samuel Metz is a physician from Southwest Portland. Robert Liebman is a professor of sociology at Portland State University.Voting by mail scares politicians. But the scared politicians keeps changing. Today, Republican legislators fear that voting by mail will skew elections Democratic. Twenty-five years ago, however, Oregon's Democratic governor vetoed the Republican proposal to switch to voting by mail. He feared voting by mail would skew elections Republican. How the wheel turns. And keeps turning. This year, Vermont's Republican governor coaxed a partial vote-by-mail bill out of his legislature only over objections of skeptical Democrats. Now, with two decades of voting...