29 Burst results for "Clackamas"

Lawmaker calls for investigation of Oregon ballot fiasco

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 3 months ago

Lawmaker calls for investigation of Oregon ballot fiasco

"A state lawmaker in Oregon is calling for a formal investigation into a ballot printing fiasco that will delay results from Tuesday's primary by weeks in the state's third largest county As many as 60,000 ballots in clackamas county are unreadable by vote counting machines because a blurry barcodes The good barcode at the bottom is very intense black ink with crisp lines The one that's bad at the top is got some white wine It's got a little more figured out in the barcode area County elections clerk sherry hall says the process to count the ballots is painstaking It needs to be duplicated as exactly as the voter voted there original ballot There is a key house race in that district in Oregon Jamie McLeod skinner has the lead in the democratic primary We just expect all county offices to uphold the integrity of our elections Hall says she's used the printer for ballots for ten years without any problems I'm Ed

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Printing errors mar mailed ballots in Oregon, Pennsylvania

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Printing errors mar mailed ballots in Oregon, Pennsylvania

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"clackamas" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"clackamas" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"You with the throwback live at 2 45, But you did guess correctly. In fact, a correctional officer at the state Prison and Cape Vincent, New York found a makeshift make shift weapon. And inmates. Nostril. Oh, what? Yes, you can hide weapons in those things. It turns out that a piece of ceramic that had been sharpened on one end and then melted into a plastic cap. Was hidden. Inside the nostril. Gosh, prisoners are Really good at figuring out ways to hide stuff if they would put that energy into being not a criminal, upstanding member of society you perhaps you are correct doesn't work that way, though. Generally not. That's this has the story clearly indicates. Um, the inmate was placed in special housing awaiting disciplinary charges. But the same day, another officer found. Sabak sewn inside a package that was mailed to an inmate. What does that even mean? Bok soon is drug. It's used to help people getting off of opioids or heroin. Things like that. It's basically the same gives you if you take a lot of it'll give you the same effect so I could see why they're sneaky. Get here. Thank you for the richest go back to putting things you know, wouldn't I would constantly be like my eye would be water and right. And I'd be like Oh, did burn. Yeah. If you can pull a hair wrong and there I start crying. I can't make sticking a pen cap. That's got a weapon. No. One time my sister stuck a French fry up her nose and they had to go to the doctor to pull it out. Oh, my God! That's horrible. One time I was eating a jolly rancher. In fourth grade, and I was sitting at my desk and we were taking a test and all of this halfway through the test, the jolly rancher came out of my nose. E don't know, but I had. Like, what flavor? I don't remember. It was probably watermelon. Because this is my favorite. One question. Was it a struggle? Or was it a quick slides? No, it was like On it just hit the table and everybody looked. Oh, first grade. I will just remind you that I was taking a test. I bent over to pick up my pencil that had the The triangular eraser thing to remember those fancy I bent over to pick that up, and I farted. Dead silent E. I love going out loud. I would have loved you in school. I was like I was I was probably a good friend for people who want to get in trouble. That's why I would've loved you because I had a friend who would also try to make me laugh constantly. And then I would get in trouble. That would be me. Yeah. Yeah. So I'm glad I didn't know you and elementary school because I got in enough trouble as it is. Well, man, That's the time when the when the trouble that happens, the shenanigans I was a troubled child in elementary school. By the time I got to high school, I would kept to myself. Yeah. Holly, Do you have a story for sure. Do sure knew were going to Oregon. Yeah. Hey. Hey, we're going to Clackamas County like lack of us. Yes, just like to say Clackamas. Yes, It's a wonderful, wonderful world word. We're gonna be talking about a guy from Portland cause that's near Clackamas County. Hey, was driving a Volkswagen Jetta and you know what they say about driving a Volkswagen Jetta? It's just like driving a race car. No, nobody said that's gonna say let decisions are not Jettas are sensible. The four door vehicle sedans I believe is what they call them in the world of cars. So this'll guys driving a Volkswagen Jetta And he decided To, uh, speed passing Clackamas County Sheriff's That's like good deputy, but he must have done something really weird because that seems kind of garden variety. Yeah, well, you know, the thing is, though, is that the Volkswagen Jetta was speeding right up to the deputy's patrol car, then decided to pass the deputy's patrol car. And then pulled into the lane in front of the deputy's patrol car and then, like took off speeding. Yeah, that's smart. Then the deputy's patrol car pulled over this guy. Yeah, this guy's name is Jeff so tough over in the Volkswagen Jetta. And then he stopped the car. Then the deputy got out of his car decided to go and check out the Volkswagen Jetta. But the Volkswagen Jetta Rolled back about 25 ft and hit the front of the deputies. Come on. Now. The deputy said he could smell alcohol from Jeff's car noticed a can of Busch light in Jeff's cardholder Bush. Yeah, now, you know, this is contrary, though, too what Geoff had been claiming And Jeff was claiming what he would how he was driving loud and clear on the back of the Volkswagen Jetta because on the back of this car He had a bumper sticker, Jeff Okay, because he wanted to let everyone know what the deal was. Okay, just like I have to make people aware of what's going on. Yeah. Yeah. What is the point of the Uh, bumper stickers say. Not drunk. Avoiding potholes. No Not that's like wearing the equivalent of wearing a T shirt that says, um, I'm not stealing things. Yeah, because we've seen that stealing thing. Yeah, We've seen those T shirts before Bradley in crazy, Stupid idiots. Now, Jeff Told the deputy, he planned a party with a friend over the weekend. So perhaps he was pre gaming a little bit, but I had to direct him to Jeff Fail the sobriety test. Reggie's registering a 0.22 blood alcohol concentration. That's more than twice the legal limit in the state of Oregon. Then Jeff was arrested and transported to Clackamas County Jail. Don't worry, guys. He's not drunk. He's just avoiding potholes. Yeah, yeah, I feel like if you if you put that on your car Like that's because Like you don't Nobody who doesn't drive drunk that puts that on their car, right? You know, I suppose it's one of those things were Jeff thought the logic was hiding in plain sight. If I tell them I'm not drunk. We're going, then they're gonna be like, Well, surely he's not drunk as he has the bumper sticker because he's like, and nobody would be that stupid because it's like, well, it's the adage. If you tell people who you are, then you should believe that, but he's just taking it a step further. Also, he has this Mickey Mouse was going to say I did notice. There's also a Mickey Mouse peering over the back seat. Decals on his review. That's the rear window kidnap Mickey, and he's like healthy other car There is also a murderer also wouldn't be surprised if we saw on the right hand side if he had one of those Calvin and Hobbes stickers were counted. Created that. I don't know somebody Calvin and Hobbes. Somebody explain. Hey, by the way, there is a podcast about truck nuts. So I feel like there's gotta be a Corollary podcast episode about the Calvin peeing. On whatever. Whatever your own adventure, he could be A swell is the stick figure family locally here, you'll mostly see it on the green Bay symbol. Ha ha ha! You know, like that's that's usually the one You'll see a the guy standing in Minnesota over to Wisconsin. Things like that. But That's that's the humor there. So joke's got another idiot. No, I mean, I do, but we don't have time. So here's what we're gonna do. We're gonna She's like we gotta go. We gotta show s so when we come back, we have a very special guest Who's going to play the throwback live at 2 45 Find out who that is, right here on my talk. One of 71. Nothing but good times getting up with Jason and Alexis. Travis.

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"clackamas" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"clackamas" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Also a nice run in Clackamas County, 205 both ways over on West Burnside one lane open in each direction between Kitchener and Skyline, Lin Masters and key ex traffic now Kay to weather Increasing clouds will fill the skies over western Oregon in southwest Washington this afternoon. Daytime highs in the upper forties. Cloudy tonight Showers may begin overnight with those near 38 showers likely tomorrow with daytime highs around the upper forties. Indicate to storm tracker Weather Center. I'm wrong to Shelby, another update less than 30 minutes from now and any time at 11 90 k e x dot com Mm hmm. Hours in media two of them already in the can. The final busy broadcast our now commencing great to have you with us. We'll be getting you on the phone a little quicker. Telephone number 800 To 822882.

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Gov. Brown adds four more counties to 'Two-Week Pause' over COVID-19 spread

Glenn Beck

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Gov. Brown adds four more counties to 'Two-Week Pause' over COVID-19 spread

"Counties have been ordered by Governor Brown to take a two week pause to stop the spread of Cove in 19 4. More counties Baker Union, Clackamas and Washington were added to the list today. I want to clarify that this pause does not change. Change any of the current rules for faith based gatherings. At this time, Governor Brown says Oregonians need to work from home one possible limit social gatherings and restaurants, bars and Jim's must restrict capacity to 50 people, including staff during the pause, new

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"clackamas" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"clackamas" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Rain is here in Clackamas County officials are worried their warning residents in areas affected by the wildfires to watch for landslides, especially in hilly areas. The rain isn't stopping demonstrators from protesting outside the downtown Justice Center. Even as the Portland City Council votes on whether to cut another $18 million out of the Portland Police Bureau's budget. 11 90 kg X is Michael Desmond says Governor Brown has plenty to say about last night's protests in downtown Portland. In a written statement, governor Brown says she activated the Oregon National Guard to keep the streets of Portland safe. She says indiscriminate destruction solves nothing and shattering church windows and other violent acts are acts of privilege. Governor Brown says she will do everything in their power to keep the peace in Portland and make sure people can make their voices heard safely. The Oregon Department of Revenue is getting ready to put measure one await into effect after its approval by voters on Tuesday. 11 90 Kg X is Brad Ford says This is an increase in the tobacco tax. The price of cigarettes is going up January 1st. That's a pack of 20 will go up to $3.33 Robin Max. See in the Oregon Department of Revenue, says measure 10 Wait, increases the tax $2 a pack. It also adds attacks to vaping products and cigars. They're working to tell Ray taters what to do. Now that we know the measure has passed B and expensive. Outreach campaign to retailers. Distributors. Public hearing will be held November 24th to get opinions on the new rules. The Department of Revenues Website has a section answering questions about the changes. The Big Sky Conference is postponing its football season until spring because of covert 19. The Portland State Vikings will open their season at home against Eastern Washington, February 27th all home games will be played at Hillsborough Stadium. A dozen teams will compete in the sixth game schedule. I'm Gail Cunningham stay tuned for traffic and weather. Coming up next. Everyone knows even good people fall on hard times your credit cards get maxed out and you get behind.

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Wildfires Spread In Oregon, California As Conspiracy Theories Blame Antifa

The KFBK Morning News

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Wildfires Spread In Oregon, California As Conspiracy Theories Blame Antifa

"This morning. There are new conspiracy theories about how fires started. KPK correspondent Michael Kastner reports. Wildfires in Oregon Washington, California killed at least 34 people and destroyed over 4.7 million acres. Sheriff in Clackamas County near Portland, says We're also shutting down conspiracy theories that antifa extremism in setting the fires and Cutting down power lines. Sheriff Craig Roberts says they investigate every tip. But the investigators find tip came from a friend or a friend, who has no evidence. One of his deputies was caught on video spreading the rumors, Robert said. 15 people have been arrested for looting and evacuation zones, but none of them were extremists. Michael Kastner, NBC News Radio, Portland, Oregon.

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"clackamas" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"clackamas" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The highway five interchange south bound, slowing below Delk Road due to her crash the right lane at the transition room from 75 South Patootie five West. Civilian traffic. 95.5 WSB new It's 6, 30 Boy. Is this a sign of the year? 2020 fear of looting is keeping some people from evacuating the wildfires in the Portland area. Seven cities within Clackamas County, Oregon dropped right out of the evacuation equation. Clackamas County Sheriff Craig Roberts says call volume went way up. Because evacuees were worried about looters. Within the last two day period. We responded toe over 330 calls for service. That's really a 400% increase from the previous week. Rosemary Reynolds for CBS News, Portland or again grown update This year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade is going virtual because of the pandemic, there will be a 75% reduction in the number of participants will be no bands, no parade route. Production all in advance and will take place in and around Herald Square. WSB money Update Amazon hiring 100,000 new workers to help meet the continuing growing demand for online shopping about 4000 of those jobs here in Georgia. Most of those in the Metro knew this half hour, one man finding out the hard way that crime does not pay. The driver was originally pulled over for a tag violation on I 75 but Captain J. Baker with the Cherokee County Sheriff's office tells me when he stopped, it was the passenger who made a Run for it. They didn't find him initially. But instead they found a backpack that he likely dropped with a $100 lottery ticket and methamphetamine inside me, just an image of the winning lottery ticket. We just saw what the heck we'll put it up on social media and let the owner of it now they come pick it up in our jails. Jennifer Griffis, 95.5 WSB and WSB news times coming up to 6 34. These are the stories you need to know the impact each and every one of us. 95.5 WSB promises to give accurate ballasts local information every half hour and gives you the.

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In Oregon, Clackamas County wildfire grows to 130,000 acres

News, Traffic and Weather

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

In Oregon, Clackamas County wildfire grows to 130,000 acres

"Update on the river side firing Clackamas County. That fire has burned more than 130,000 acres, and there is still no containment. Evacuation orders are still in place. Officials believe the fire is human caused And the Lions had fire that destroyed. The Oregon

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"clackamas" Discussed on AM 1530 WCKG

AM 1530 WCKG

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"clackamas" Discussed on AM 1530 WCKG

"Theo GOP infighting is Ask Your Lady Political, says Democrats outright Judy GOP of Karma like Jenny from the Rev. Doesn't like it when you read this one from Sir Sean Fincham in Portland, Oregon. 3 33 33 the Magic numbers. To start with an urgent rain stick request. For the wildfires raging across the western United States in particular for my fellow Oregonians, this main season may seem excessive, but at least 2 to 3 shakes if agreeable. The Clackamas County evacuate evacuation zones are too close for comfort. Well, certainly not. We're not. We cannot do three shakes. That is irresponsible behavior. We are trained professionals. I'm We're wet here were wet. It is raining like nuts. So I know what happens if we conjured up. Austin's going to get more, but I think we can handle it. Well, I just m l agree just in case and I will give one shake. Each one just each one shake or, well, one show. Which one did you shaken into a flip? So there's a full shake. Okay. 00.

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"clackamas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"clackamas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Were all on the same page that everything was gonna be okay. And then it wasn't Next morning, Alex woke up and learned that Crest means General store was gone. She saw photos of a pile of smoldering rubble. And she sent you a text. I said tie. This is Alex all the reporter from CBI who interviewed yesterday. I am so, so sorry to hear about your business. I hope you and your family are okay. And he said, still got a lot of stuff to process lost our house last night, too. So both his business and his home were destroyed. A lot of people keep saying it is what it is. You get the things out that you can't replace. And then beyond that, you kind of just accept it for what it is. That seems to be the state of mind that I found most of the people I've interviewed so far. Now let's go to Oregon, where the wildfires have now forced about 500,000 people from their homes. Oregon Public Broadcasting's Jonathan Levinson has been covering the fires. Nearly million acres have burned across the state since Monday. That's almost double what burns in an average fire season and the fire they're still growing. There are 3000 firefighters working across the state. In southern Oregon alone. An estimated 1 to 2000 homes have been lost in the northern part of the state. No one's been able to get back to their towns to assess the damage, and fire officials say things were moving so fast that they don't have a good estimate. At least four people have been killed so far in the state, but you know, same as property damage fires were still spreading, and they just don't know the extent of the lost yet right And we know that there's a fire season every year. But this really is just so exceptional. Can you tell us what you have seen as you've been out reporting, so I spent the past two days in Clackamas County, and that's just south of Portland. Mix of rural and suburban communities and, you know, people were tense. They know the fire is getting close to their homes. They have no idea where the fire is exactly. They don't know if it's reached their town or their home. They don't know what they're going back to. I spoke to Nancy Price. She's 69. She and her husband had to evacuate their home in nearby Malala. So that's like 20 miles from Portland, and they had to leave so quickly on Tuesday that they didn't pack anything, not even their medication. They were in a makeshift shelter at a community college parking lot when I spoke to them so saying that's bothering me the most is we don't know what's going on how soon we can get back in the sea. Just to know if we have a home. We don't know. That's the thing I dread the most is not knowing. And so to give you an idea of how fast things are changing. Well, I was there talking to people. The evacuation zone actually shifted and the shelter was suddenly elevated to a level two, which means prepare to leave. The most urgent. A level three zone, which means leave now had also moved and was now just a mile away from the shelter. And so suddenly, people who had already evacuated their homes were getting ready to evacuate the shelter. What about Portland itself, where you are? Do the fire's represent a real threat there? Well, some cities in northwest in the northwest part of Clackamas County are the really Portland suburbs in places and a lot of people commute into the city from some of the smaller towns in Clackamas County. Evacuation zone has steadily moved towards the southern edge of Portland between Wednesday and Thursday. It came about 10 miles closer. It's now about six miles from the southern edge of the city. Portland Fire and Rescue spokesperson said that right now there's no danger to the city. But there is a concern that a fire could start inside the city in the parks. And so mayor Ted Wheeler issued an emergency order closing the city parks and outdoor property. All right. Jonathan Levinson of Oregon Public Broadcasting. We appreciate your reporting on all this. Thank you. Thank you. All right. So what is driving all these explosive wildfires and how much does climate change factor into it? We're gonna get the bigger picture now from Char Miller. He's thie, director of environmental analysis at Pomona College in Claremont, California, and he has spent a long time studying wildfires. Thank you so much for being here this morning. It was my great pleasure. Thank you. This is a big question, but it's really the most important. Why is this happening right now? Well, there's there's so many reasons why, but let's start with the Southwest and West drying out. This has been going on for 40 years. The expectation is that it will continue across the rest of this century. And we can ties lots of this to acclaim changing climate, of course, but what that changing climate is doing while it's drying out this region Is also producing the kind of energy literally fire energy that we're watching every single moment. I walked out of my house today at 3 15 in the morning. And the first thing that hit my face was ash and immediately my throat and nose could smell the wood smoke, and we don't have massive fires. We've just got small ones currently burning in Southern California. So we This isn't a media thing that we feel you can see it on DH yet the size of it and the speed with which these fires are moving. That's the other thing That's just really mind blowing, as every firefighter is saying that they're moving at a speed that they're not used to fighting fire at this at this rates. So why's that happening? Just because everything's so arid, it's just it's.

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"clackamas" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"clackamas" Discussed on KCRW

"Some little shops in there all those power lines are down. All of this. These were all houses. These were all people's homes. Could you tell us a little about the size and scope of these fires? Yes. The fire started late Monday when we have a once in a century windstorm and within 24 hours, almost 200,000 acres have burned. We've never had this. Many fires burning at once, And while workers were trying to put those out more were appearing across the state. Portland Fire and Rescue said that they've had over 500 calls related to fires in three days, and that's about five times higher than normal. And that's just in one city and the speed at which these fires were growing sounds really extreme. Yes, it is. Wind pushed them down the mountain canyons and these fires travelled some of them 40 Miles in a single night. In one mountain town, Detroit, two fires converged and they forced a group of evacuees and firefighters to go hide on the docks of the lake. And the highways looked like it was closed. They thought they couldn't escape. But they were actually able to get out over a forest service road while a snowplow cleared flaming debris is from the path. And these fires are also so close to urban areas. You know our fires. They usually start from lightning strikes on mountaintops. But a lot of these began from down power lines. Spot fires that started right in the middle of towns to sew to major metropolitan areas. Medford and Springfield are under threat. Parts of both cities air either under evacuation or pre evacuation orders. And then, of course, just southeast of Portland in the bedroom communities in Clackamas County, there's thousands of homes under threat and About half the county is under a level three. Evacuation order Any sense of how long this will last. Is there any end in sight? Conditions are better now than they have been most of the week. But that's not really saying a lot. Portions of the area are still under red.

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"clackamas" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"clackamas" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Under evacuation orders. But Gates resident Bob Stifle was able to visit the town with OPV reporter Cassandra Prophet used to have a little post office here. There's like some little shops in there all those power lines are down. All of this. These were all houses. These were all people's homes. Could you tell us a little about the size and scope of these fires? Yes. The fire started late Monday when we have a once in a century windstorm and within 24 hours, almost 200,000 acres have burned. We've never had this. Many fires burning at once and well. Workers were trying to put those out more were appearing across the state. Portland Fire and Rescue said that they've had over 500 calls related to fires in three days, and that's about five times higher than normal. And that's just in one city and the speed at which these fires were growing sounds really extreme. Yes, it is. Wind pushed them down the mountain canyons and these fires travelled some of them 40 Miles in a single night. In one mountain town, Detroit, two fires converged and they forced a group of evacuees and firefighters to go hide on the docks of the lake. And the highways looked like it was closed. They thought they couldn't escape. But they were actually able to get out over a forest service road while a snowplow cleared flaming debris is from the path. And these fires are also so close to urban areas. You know our fires. They usually start from lightning strikes on mountaintops. But a lot of these began from down power lines. Spot fires that started right in the middle of towns to sew to major metropolitan areas. Medford and Springfield are under threat. Parts of both cities air either under evacuation or pre evacuation orders. And then, of course, just southeast of Portland in the bedroom communities in Clackamas County, there's thousands of homes under threat and About half the county is under a level three. Evacuation order Any sense of how long this will last. Is there any end in sight? Conditions are better now than they have been most of the week. But that's not really saying a lot. Portions of the area are still under red.

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"clackamas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"clackamas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Power lines down all of this. These were all houses. These were all people's homes. Could you tell us a little about the size and scope of these fires? Yes. The fire started late Monday when we have a once in a century windstorm and within 24 hours, almost 200,000 acres have burned. We've never had this. Many fires burning at once, And while workers were trying to put those out more were appearing across the state. Portland Fire and Rescue said that they've had over 500 calls related to fires in three days, and that's about five times higher than normal. And that's just in one city and the speed at which these fires are growing sounds really extreme. Yes, it is. Wind pushed them down the mountain canyons and these fires travelled some of them 40 Miles in a single night. In one mountain town, Detroit, two fires converged and they forced a group of evacuees and firefighters to go hide on the docks of the lake. And the highways looked like it was closed. They thought they couldn't escape. But they were actually able to get out over a forest service road while a snowplow cleared flaming debris is from the path. And these fires are also so close to urban areas. You know our fires. They usually start from lightning strikes on mountaintops. But a lot of these began from down power lines. Spot fires that started right in the middle of towns to sew to major metropolitan areas. Medford and Springfield are under threat. Parts of both cities air either under evacuation or pre evacuation orders. And then, of course, just southeast of Portland in the bedroom communities in Clackamas County, there's thousands of homes under threat and About half the county is under a level three. Evacuation order Any sense of how long this will last. Is there any end in sight? Conditions are better now than they have been most of the week. But that's not really saying a lot. Portions of the area are still under red.

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"clackamas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"clackamas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"There all those power lines down all of this. These were all houses. These were all people's homes. Could you tell us a little about the size and scope of these fires? Yes. The fire started late Monday when we have a once in a century windstorm and within 24 hours, almost 200,000 acres have burned. We've never had this. Many fires burning at once, And while workers were trying to put those out more were appearing across the state. Portland Fire and Rescue said that they've had over 500 calls related to fires in three days, and that's about five times higher than normal. And that's just in one city and the speed at which these fires are growing sounds really extreme. Yes, it is. Wind pushed them down the mountain canyons and these fires travelled some of them 40 Miles in a single night. In one mountain town, Detroit, two fires converged and they forced a group of evacuees and firefighters to go hide on the docks of the lake. And the highways looked like it was closed. They thought they couldn't escape. But they were actually able to get out over a forest service road while a snowplow cleared flaming debris is from the path. And these fires are also so close to urban areas. You know our fires. They usually start from lightning strikes on mountaintops. But a lot of these began from down power lines. Spot fires that started right in the middle of towns to sew to major metropolitan areas. Medford and Springfield are under threat. Parts of both cities air either under evacuation or pre evacuation orders. And then, of course, just southeast of Portland in the bedroom communities in Clackamas County, there's thousands of homes under threat and About half the county is under a level three. Evacuation order Any sense of how long this will last. Is there any end in sight? Conditions are better now than they have been most of the week. But that's not really saying a lot. Portions of the area are still under red.

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"clackamas" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"clackamas" Discussed on WTOP

"And now it's only one hilltop away. CBS is Lily Luciano was in Oregon, where dozens of fires are also burning. Washington State had its first reported fatality from a fire. We're also learning that a 12 year old boy and his grandmother were killed in a wildfire in northern Oregon and right now near Portland. More than half of Clackamas County is under a level three evacuation. That means evacuate immediately Do not delay. A Department of Homeland Security officials says in a whistleblower complaint that he was pressured by more senior officials to suppress facts and intelligence reports that President Trump might find unacceptable. CBS. Jeff gave Brian Murphy, who oversaw the D H s intelligence division until last August, is quoted in the complaint alleging that he was told deceased providing intelligence assessments on the threat of Russian interference in the election. And include reporting on the interference activities by China and arrange a sharp drop in thine vaping WSB radios. Sabrina Cupid from Atlanta just under 20% of high schoolers in about 5% of middle school kids say that they currently used e cigarettes that, according to the 2020 National Youth Tobacco Survey, the CDC is Brian King says it's hard to say at this point, what kind of impact the Corona virus pandemic may have on kids. Any cigarette use something. It's something that we are poised to continue to evaluate. Doctors and researchers are now starting to pen point the ways in which Smoking in Vaping seemed to enhance the viruses ability to spread from person to person damage The longs and caused the symptoms of Corona virus to be even worse. Sabrina Cupid for CBS News, Atlanta and this is CBS News. Never miss a moment. Top news from W T O p 24 73 65 Listen on air on Alexa and on the W T. O p. S three.

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"clackamas" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"clackamas" Discussed on KTRH

"Gotta tell you Trump's brought some real scumbags into the White House. That did not serve him. Well. Roger Stone is a dirty trickster. He's a bad, bad guy. I don't think he should have gone to jail by the way, and I'm glad he's out. He's a bad man. And he's out for Roger Stone, not for the country. Not for the man he was supposed to be serving. Michael Cohen, scumbag. Bad guy. And he will end up being a bruise on Donald Trump. Before this is over. He's already threatening He's already threatened because he wants a pardon. And I think that's why Roger Stone got a pardon to. I think he was threatening. These guys are they're toxic. They're not loyal. And I will tell you that. Scaramucci. The guy was press secretary for 10 days before just be clowned himself, and now he's out. He's Trump's biggest critic, so you could be mad at me for saying he bought. He brought some bad people into the White House. But surely you agree that the guy who's turned on him who he did nothing but kind things for is a bad guy. That being said. Trump's also brought some amazing people into the White House. Kellyanne Conway. Who came from the Trump campaign. She's fantastic. I'm sorry to see her go. I'm very sorry to see her go. No, I meant Cruz campaign. Yeah, thank you, Uh, Killian was was from the Cruz campaign. I'll tell you another one. That is fantastic. Is is Kayleigh Mcenany. I didn't know about her mastectomy until she told the story of the RNC. Breast cancer is one in 41 in four American women. We'll get breast cancer. We've had a whole slew of it on my mom's side of the family. And she's had a mastectomy, which she talks about openly. I'm not telling you a secret. It's very scary Rest. Cancer is a is a really, really scary thing. And for her to talk about that. Publicly, so that makes it easier for a lot of other people to come forward who are suffering or who have had that. But she's also toughest nails and she's prepared I want you to listen to Kayleigh Mcenany. The media has gone from world and the Democrats, The Democrats and their media have gone from no, no, there's the protests were peaceful there. Very sweet, sweet people, too. Well, they're good people. They have good reason to be angry to, um well, it's Donald Trump's fault. You can't have it both ways. So now they're blaming the violence by Democrats. On Donald Trump. Even though he's offering them help that they refused to accept. Ted Wheeler was offered help. And two days before one of his citizens was murdered by one of his thugs on the streets of Portland. Two days before. Ted Wheeler, which went very public. The mayor of Portland. With a letter to the president. We don't want your help here. Person murdered. They had killings on the streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin. Both the mayor and the governor said We don't want federal help go away. And look what happened. These people are fools. It's a wonder anyone would vote for them just to people care what they're letting happen. So with that in mind, the wonderful and talented Kayleigh mcenany When asked a very stupid question, the president's press secretary, said this then it's so interesting to me to see Democrats who wants disparaged two who ignored the violence. I should say all of a sudden caring about it, but let's not forget what they said Previously, Speaker Nancy Pelosi Downplaying the violence rocking US cities, ignorantly saying people will do what they do, Jerry Nadler When asked about Antifa, he said it out. That was a myth that's being spread around Washington D. C. It's not a myth. In fact, Antifa individual took the life of an innocent trump supporter in Portland. Rep I on I on a Presley, saying that she wanted unrest in the streets, Chris Cuomo saying. Show me where it says protesters are supposed to be Pete idea, Chris. It's the Constitution. Don lemon saying quote. The rioting has to stop Chris as you know, and I know it's showing up in the polls it showing up in the focus groups. It's the only thing right now. That's sticking. So now all of a sudden, 90 days later, I from this podium, have talked about law and order. The president has talked about law and order repeatedly but because the polling has shifted, um now it's time for the Democrats to deny what they said previously and all of a sudden focus on law and order. Um I'll leave you with this. That's like the arsonists blaming the firefighter. Powerful Oregon's Democrat governor, Kate Brown asks sheriffs from areas or outside of Portland. To send officers to help control antifa and black lives matter. The sheriffs of Clackamas and Washington County. Both refuse. The Washington County sheriff says he will not put his officers in a place where there is a lack of political support for public safety. Clackamas County Sheriff says no because there needs to be a policy that holds offenders accountable for their destruction and violence. Governor Brown's plan to address the mostly peaceful protests. Calls on several local law enforcement agencies to help including the sheriff's offices in Washington and Clackamas counties. However, Clackamas County Sheriff Craig Roberts says he will not send his officers to help. Sheriff Roberts says increasing law enforcement resources in Portland will not solve the nightly violence and murder. I'm sorry, will not solve the nightly violence and now murder. The only way to make Portland safe again is to support a policy that holds offenders accountable for their destruction and violence. Sheriff Roberts ads that will require the D A to charge offenders appropriately, and a decision by the Multnomah County presiding judge not to allow offenders released on their own reconnaissance. And instead require bail with conditions. The same offenders are arrested night after night. Only to be released by the court and not charged with a crime by the D. A's office the next night they're back at it, endangering the lives of law enforcement and the community all over again. Washington County Sheriff Pat Garrett. What a great name. Cited several risks that led to the decision, including quote the lack of political support for public safety. The uncertain legal landscape, the current volatility. Combined with intense scrutiny on use of force. The Organ Association chiefs of Police also put out a statement saying over the weekend, members of our associations were approached to assist with policing the city of Portland, Unfortunately, due to the lack of support for public safety operations. The associated liability to agencies who would be assisted in Portland and the lack of accountability for those arrested committing criminal acts. We cannot dedicate our limited resources away from the communities. We serve. We know there will be there will already be an additional burden on local law enforcement agencies. As Oregon State police troopers are reassigned to assist in Portland, we would propose the following is a steps to bring an end to the.

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Atlanta - Seven-Hour Standoff With Armed Suspect Ends Peacefully

Mark Mason

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Atlanta - Seven-Hour Standoff With Armed Suspect Ends Peacefully

"In a cabin and wrote a Denver in the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office says deputies responded to the cabin on road 27 yesterday morning on reports of a burglary responding, deputies say the suspect was armed to the spear when they arrived, allegedly fled into unoccupied cabin where he armed himself with knives and an axe before barricading the doors. SWAT team took 38 year old Nathan Alexander surface into custody Several hours later, President Trump has been

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"clackamas" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"clackamas" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Of the Clackamas County Fairgrounds while supplies last safety first from coastal stores and 11 90 k X. Depend on us Use Radio 11 90 80 x Now, Kay to weather we're gonna warm up a little bit. On Wednesday with morning clouds and some afternoon sunshine Mohr clouds to the north more sunshine in the south of Portland, but dry with warmer temperatures 75 high in Portland. And we stay on the cooler than average side Thursday with more clouds and a chance of showers. A high of 73 in the K two Weather Center. I'm Joe English. Wait. I Boston. That's way from coast to coast.

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"clackamas" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"clackamas" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Top local story one more person is dead from the coronavirus in Oregon and the number of public banking cases keeps climbing you're a good health authority says there are one hundred twenty two you confirmed and presumptive cases today pushing the state's total to six thousand two hundred eighteen Multnomah Washington Clackamas and Marion counties saw the most new cases one hundred fifty eight people are hospitalized for treatment of seventeen from yesterday the state's one hundred eighty third cover death is a ninety five year old Clackamas county woman with underlying medical conditions meanwhile Multnomah county businesses are hoping to hear on Friday that the county will be allowed to enter phase one of the reopening but the county has the highest number of new coronavirus cases Carlos Crespo a public health professor at PSU tels que to the virus will likely spread as more people have close contact virus hasn't left us I mean it's we have done anything to the virus aids the virus is just waiting for the opportunity to continue to survive from one human to another governor Kate brown pasta re opening last week to watch numbers this week and yesterday the state recorded two hundred seventy eight cases a record high for a single day most of the cases are from a church in the ground the Portland city councilors passed the budget cutting twenty seven million dollars from the police bureau commissioner joann Hardesty has been fighting for change for more than thirty years I got it so you're never in my life when I met magic that we any any government would be able to cut that much significant resources out of the A. place budget the bears gun violence reduction teams school resource officers and transit police will be eliminated mayor Ted Wheeler says the next challenge is replacing those programs with systems that are racially just the Marion County sheriff's office is.

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Oregon Governor Issues Statewide ‘Stay At Home’ Executive Order

Mark Mason

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Oregon Governor Issues Statewide ‘Stay At Home’ Executive Order

"The Oregon health authority has just announced the state has thirty new cases of coronaviruses state has about one hundred ninety one confirmed cases the new cases are in Clackamas hood river land Marion Multnomah and Washington counties governor Kate brown is taking new action to make sure your going and stay home to prevent spreading corona virus a new executive order allows violators to be cited it prohibits all non essential businesses they cannot maintain social distancing guidelines to close there are new rules for child care facilities that set limits on the number of children she is urging all businesses where employers K. employees can work from home to do so

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Person found dead at 9,400 feet on Mount Hood in Oregon; crews try to recover body

Candy Mike and Todd

00:15 sec | 2 years ago

Person found dead at 9,400 feet on Mount Hood in Oregon; crews try to recover body

"Recovery teams are heading up Oregon's Mount Hood to bring down a body a climber reported finding a person ski boots who appeared to have fallen the Clackamas county sheriff's office says the person was found about hood's illumination saddle area at around ninety four hundred

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13-year-old girl with cancer mandated to have surgery over mom's objections

Glenn Beck

01:28 min | 3 years ago

13-year-old girl with cancer mandated to have surgery over mom's objections

"First of all in Oregon a thirteen year old girl but the rare type of cancer rare liver cancer has been ordered by a court to have surgery and other medical treatments despite objections from the girl's mother why is the mother objecting isn't over religious reasons no he just doesn't want her daughter to have the surgery well she the daughter Kylie Dixon had to six months of chemotherapy and it didn't help animator sick and all that and her mom wants to avoid the and avoid her suffering so she's the border on a regimen of C. B. D. oil and vitamins and Clackamas county juvenile court has said that nope we're gonna take over here they ordered a pick up order meaning to do well place the child in custody a highly they say that the mother isn't isn't isn't collecting yeah our child and creates a risk of harm to her at what point is it the family's decision to decide what to do and when at what point does the state said you know what I mean you know what I mean yeah yeah like an adult I mean that at some point if the treatment isn't working you make a decision not to treat any there are a lot of adults who get cancer and after trying various treatments or something they said that's it I'm done I'm not gonna write just just let it run its course and do

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"clackamas" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"clackamas" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"Now. Nobody's saying. Someone to stay at home. So the harm you guys. Don't have anybody wants to in this room. I want to bid on stage. We're a band four soloists. Just just harmonies. Oh my God. The harmonizes. Yes. I would call ourselves not the four soloists because it has to be more of like a east coast Shambley name, we should four for one. Four. Four four one. And they're like what is that like your area code? And we all have some of us are saying, yes. Can't all individual. Festival guys this. Half. Oh, art. F? Oh, you are. Four W O N. For one. We have. Long. Why is it a little bit? What car probably learned that lesson? The hard way. According to Clackamas county sheriff's office on Monday around eleven pm.

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"clackamas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"clackamas" Discussed on KOMO

"People are dead, including up baby girl. I'm Carleen Johnson. Deputies in Clackamas county did save another child. From ABC news. I'm Brian Clark. President Trump has marked the Martin Luther King holiday on this. Blustery cold DC day, the president and vice president paid tribute to Martin Luther King junior day beautiful day. He spent roughly five minutes at the memorial near Washington's title basin laying a wreath and a proclamation online for the holiday. He wrote. We recommit ourselves and the advancement of equality and Justice for all Americans and to the full realization of his worthy dream. Serena Marshall, ABC news the White House. We're now into day thirty one of the partial government shutdown in both sides have rejected the president's compromise. It includes protections for so-called dreamers in exchange for border wall money. Another democrat has announced she's running for president next year. California's Kamala Harris joins New York's Kirsten gillibrand Hawaii's tolsey gabbert in Massachusetts. Elizabeth Warren in either announcing or confirming interest in a twenty twenty runs. The American people deserve to have somebody who's gonna fight for them. Who's gonna see them pool? Hear them who care about them Harris was just elected to her first term in two thousand sixteen following two terms is California's attorney general ABC, Sherry Preston. A new legal defense fund has been set up for a former marine who's being held in. Russia on spy charges is families. Established a gofundme page to help pay for Paul Huilan's legal defense. The family said it's legal bills in Russia are beyond our means someone from the American embassy is expected to attend an upcoming pretrial hearing after a consular visits scheduled for last week was cancelled the family said it is important that Paul continue to have consular access. We learn who also has British Canadian and Irish citizenship was arrested in Moscow last month on suspicion of covertly gathering information about the structure of Russian intelligence Aaron Katersky, ABC news, New York. British Prime Minister Theresa may before parliament today rejected calls for a delay of the Brexit. She vowed to hold more talks on the divorce deal with European officials. You're listening to ABC news..

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Oregon man murders 4 family members before being shot by police

Business Beware

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Oregon man murders 4 family members before being shot by police

"Four. Members of an Oregon family were killed last night in their home. The suspect was shot by law enforcement as he was trying to kill his daughter. Clackamas county sheriff's sergeant Brian Jensen five dead. Putting the suspect the deceased range in age from an infant to like a retirement age mid to late sixties, the two survivors one is a child and the other is an adult female, the suspect is a male adult in forties.

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"clackamas" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"clackamas" Discussed on KOMO

"According to Clackamas county, deputies amend killed four family members as parents as girlfriend and their nine month old daughter. The nearly killed a seven year old daughter before responding deputies shot and killed him. Katie reporter read Andrews has the latest from Portland. Clackamas county deputies describe this is one of the most gruesome scenes that any of them have ever responded to just within the last hour here on Barlow road. Just a little east of I five in Camby. You can see that people put down and lit candles trying to pay their respects for the five people that lost their lives inside here. Four of them. According to clock county, deputies are dead responsible by Mark gay go, a forty two year old man, again, those deputies saying that it was one of those gruesome scenes that any of them have ever seen according to one witness. He used an accident in nearly killed in other woman. And again, when they got to this can be home on southbound the road, they found a woman's body lying outside the home four people died inside this can be home. Police say they were murdered by Mark Gaqo? When deputies arrived. They heard screaming from inside and saw Gago about to kill a fifth person. What they believed was killing a child they muse lethal force to see the child deputies got a number one call around ten fifteen Saturday night this man who lives next door made the. The call after a woman came over to was asleep in her bed and Mark. Woke her up by attacking her. She wrestled with him got the weapon away from him and escape the house after saving the young child's life. Deputies who had already seen a dead woman outside the home three more people dead inside deputies having said what they think Gaga's motive, what's she said. He'd just gotten a new job in a new vehicle that day. So she thought he should have been in a good mood. The young child was taken to the hospital and the woman who rushed to alert the neighbor to call nine one one was hurt as well. It all the while the neighbor who took that woman worried that Gago would come looking for her waiting for the police to arrive, and knowing this this guy was looking for the victim that was in my house and so. Dell and Jeff today on the property to see if there's anybody walking around out here. That's reporter read Andrews reporting. Komo news time seven thirty four time to take another. Check of our area roads on the Sunday evening with Evans Smith,.

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A police dog has been saved by Narcan after accidentally overdosing on heroin in jail

News, Traffic and Weather

00:30 sec | 4 years ago

A police dog has been saved by Narcan after accidentally overdosing on heroin in jail

"We've heard a lot about NAR cans saving lives after drug overdoses and. Now that includes this Oregon police dog named Abby this is a picture of. Abby being treated last night after being exposed to heroin that was smuggled into the. Clackamas county, jail fortunately the, sheriff's department recently got donations to buy special Narcan kits for canines, and abbey's handler used a. Dose to stabilize, the dog abbey was released from the hospital today and is now back home

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18 fires are burning in California, ash raining down in Washington

Chip Franklin

00:59 min | 4 years ago

18 fires are burning in California, ash raining down in Washington

"Distressful lobster lot By the way we're living thousands of evacuees waiting and watching as the biggest wildfire in California history burns about one hundred miles north. Of San Francisco there are eighteen large active wildfires in that state. In central Washington ash is raining from the sky across Winthrop as to wildfires burned south of the metal valley Fausto for lives in, Winthrop and says she saw a. Giant Plymouth smoke last night was like a little mini mount Saint Helen's almost it was gray and got bigger and bigger, and, bigger like wow something really blew. Up back there the family of a hiker missing for a week in the north cascades. Is holding out hope, she'll. Be, found okay Samantha sayers future. Brother in law, Michael dare says she's. Tough and fit people survived up the twenty eight days. In the woods so I don't think we should give, up so, easy the fans that type of person she wanted to give up. On anybody her so sayers left last week to hike Vesper peak, in Snohomish county but never

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