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Summit Storm wins Oregon 5A high school football championship

The Summit Storm football team is bringing home the hardware as state champions. The Storm defeated Wilsonville 35-28 in Hillsboro Friday night to take the Oregon 5A high school football title. It was a tight game throughout and the teams went back and forth in second half before Summit was...
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The richest person in Oregon

The rich are getting richer. Earlier this year, Forbes published its annual list of Forbes400, which ranks the richest Americans by their net worths. The 400 richest Americans saw their combined wealth increase 40% over the last year, to $4.5 trillion. Almost all are richer than last year.

Clackamas County, West Linn police seek suspect in school robberies

Sarah Rebecca Solo is a suspect in thefts at four schools in West Linn, Wilsonville and Milwaukie. The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office and the West Linn Police Department are seeking a suspect in the robberies of four local schools. Sarah Rebecca Solo, 44, is suspected in thefts at West Linn High School and Alder Creek Middle School (located in Milwaukie) on Nov. 9, and Meridian Creek Middle School and Willamette Primary School on Nov. 14. In each incident, Solo is alleged to have visited the main office of the school claiming to want to enroll a student. She then allegedly asked to use the restroom and left the office to take items from unoccupied rooms. Solo is believed to drive a gray Nissan sedan with "Nissan of Portland" plate cards. Solo also is wanted on a felony warrant for burglary in Multnomah County for similar incidents in Portland. Law enforcement has asked anyone with information about the case to call the sheriff's office tip line at 503-723-4949. {loadposition sub-article-01}

Windows smashed at several businesses in Pearl District

PORTLAND Ore. (KPTV) - The windows of several businesses in the Pearl District were smashed on Friday morning. Windows were smashed at the Chipotle and Umpqua Bank at Northwest 12 Avenue and Lovejoy Street. A block away, Safeway and Bank of America also had windows destroyed. Fire tears through U-Haul...

Portlanders take on Black, Green Friday after Thanksgiving

TIGARD, Ore. — The holiday season has officially arrived and Oregonians have two options the Friday after Thanksgiving: Black Friday or Green Friday. In Tigard, people flocked to Bridgeport Village shopping mall on Friday to snag some deals. Everyone, from families to college students, were taking advantage of the Black Friday deals and discounts.

Class 5A football championship game preview: Summit Storm face familiar foe in the Wilsonville Wildcats

The Summit Storm entered the season as the strong favorite to capture the Class 5A football title. Now, they are one win away from fulfilling the predictions. The No. 1 seed Storm will take on the No. 2 seed Wilsonville Wildcats in the championship game on Friday at Hillsboro Stadium. The Storm (11-1) will attempt to win their first state title since the 2015 season.

Portland will see first cold snap next week – and maybe, snow

Get your hats, gloves, and winter boots ready as the Portland area will see freezing temperatures next week -- and maybe snow – for the first time this season. Even before the cold snap hits, travelers heading across the Cascades tonight and tomorrow should be ready for heavy snow. The National Weather Service office in Portland has issued a winter snow watch from Saturday through Monday, with models predicting between one and two feet of snow, said Rebecca Muessle, a meteorologist with the Portland office.

Authorities search for missing, endangered Tigard man

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – Authorities seek the public’s help finding a missing and endangered man after he was last seen leaving his home in Tigard on Tuesday, according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. Officials said 32-year-old Daniel Huth left his home, on Southwest McFarland Boulevard near Southwest Bull Mountain Road, around 2:30 a.m. Authorities […]

How the West Linn-Wilsonville School District spent $7 million to amp up supportive services

The district uses annual funding from the Student Success Act to hire new staff, host mental health trainings and add learning specialists to schoolsOn Monday, Nov. 14, assistant superintendent Jennifer Spencer-Iiams outlined how the West Linn-Wilsonville School District spent over $7 million in state funding to uplift marginalized students and staff.  Passed by the Legislature in 2019, the Student Success Act infuses an additional $1 billion into Oregon's education system each year. Specifically the act aimed to help students of color, students with learning differences, bilingual students and students navigating homelessness, poverty or foster care.  About 50% of the Student...