Hannah Ray Lambert, KOIN News

Hannah Ray Lambert


Silverton, OR, United States

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Past articles by Hannah:

Convicted killer accused of having Russian machine gun

An Oregon man previously convicted of manslaughter is now facing federal charges, accused of illegally possessing a Russian machine gun. → Read More

OHA launches effort to ease vaccine scheduling for seniors

The Oregon Health Authority and All4Oregon launched a new system this weekend aimed to simplify the process of signing up to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

‘That life is gone’: Bill would grant compensation to wrongly convicted

Men and women who spent years in prison, only to later be exonerated, delivered emotional testimony Wednesday in support of a bill that would compensate wrongly convicted Oregonians. → Read More

Oregon could become second state to allow human composting

Oregon lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow natural organic reduction and other cremation alternatives. → Read More

Oregon Republicans protest Thursday’s floor session

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Oregon Republicans protested Thursday’s floor session. They said they are protesting because of three contentious issues: Reopening schools, vaccine rollout and helping with economic recovery. “Students are suffering from school closures. Seniors, as well as rural Oregonians, are being failed by an abysmal vaccine rollout. Working families are struggling to make […] → Read More

‘Makes me sick’: FEMA reports high level of wildfire fraud

More than 41% of aid applications related to Oregon's 2020 wildfires are suspected of being fraudulent, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). → Read More

1 dead, road closed after gunfire reported in Aloha

One person was killed and a road in Aloha was closed after gunfire was reported in the area on Thursday afternoon, deputies said. → Read More

Oregonians weigh in on gun control bill to close ‘Charleston loophole’

A gun control bill introduced by Oregon Democrats has drawn a huge amount of passionate testimony both in support and opposition. → Read More

Gun drawn in road rage incident, suspected DUII driver arrested

A driver accused of pointing a gun at another driver Tuesday night in Washington County was arrested after deputies said they found two loaded guns in the man's pickup. → Read More

PPB: Man arrested after vandalizing NW Portland church

One man was arrested following an attempted burglary of a church in Portland Wednesday morning, according to the Portland Police Bureau. → Read More

Protester’s assault lawsuit reveals long saga with Portland police

A Portland man is suing the city, mayor and former police chief, accusing officers of fracturing his tailbone during a protest in June and harassing him in the months that followed with "baseless" traffic tickets, arrests and divulging information about his criminal past -- including compelling prostitution -- to fellow protesters. → Read More

Aurora’s water supply could run dry amid power outage

The City of Aurora could run out of water within the next day if electricity isn't restored, according to local officials. → Read More

Thief steals $30K in jewelry from Macy’s in Tigard

A man who smashed a glass case at Macy's in Washington Square Mall and stole more than $30,000 in jewelry remains at large more than a week after the crime. → Read More

‘Cut our losses’: Yamhill County withdraws multi-use trail plans

Yamhill County will end its pursuit of a multi-use trail that has pitted farmers against outdoor enthusiasts, and could have to pay back millions of dollars in grants it received for the project. → Read More

Local nurses pressure Providence for more COVID-19 protections

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Local nurses rallied in Northeast Portland Friday demanding Providence Portland Medical Center provide them with more support and protection against COVID-19. Members of the Oregon Nurses Association are asking Providence to put these protections in writing. Michelle, who works in the hospital’s emergency department and asks that her last name not […] → Read More

‘Re-learn how to be in school’: Oregon district open since fall shares lessons

Colton schools have been offering limited in-person instruction since late October, one of the first districts to do so. Now, they’re in the process of reopening more fully. → Read More

Police: Man ‘randomly’ fires handgun on Oregon City Promenade

A man was arrested Sunday after police said he fired shots into the Blue Heron paper mill while on the Oregon City Promenade. → Read More

Man hospitalized after E Burnside shooting

A man was seriously injured in an early morning shooting on East Burnside. → Read More

‘Busy night of shooting’ in Portland; 3 wounded

In what Portland police called "another busy night of shooting events," 3 people were wounded in Northeast Portland's Parkrose neighborhood in the early hours of Thursday. → Read More

Suspect indicted in murder of Waldport City Councilor

A man accused of burglarizing a dead man’s home of samurai swords is now charged with the murder of a Waldport city councilor a few days later in early December. → Read More