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Past articles by Kasia:

Portland special education paraeducator wins $1 million in Powerball lottery

Bill Delmatoff, a teacher at da Vinci Arts Middle School in Northeast Portland, said he bought his Powerball ticket on a whim. → Read More

CrimeTime News: The series finale (video)

The last episode of a weekly video series featuring the top crime stories at The Oregonian and oregonlive.com. → Read More

Gretchen Kafoury, longtime Oregon political leader, dies at 72

Gretchen Kafoury, the mother of Multnomah County Chair Deborah Kafoury, served in the Oregon Legislature, Multnomah County Commission and Portland City Council. → Read More

Beaverton police arrest dog daycare worker on animal abuse allegations

Police received a report around 3 p.m. that a man had grabbed his dog by the neck and thrown the dog 10 to 15 feet at a skate park in the 15700 block of Southwest Walker Road, said Officer Mike Rowe, spokesman for Beaverton police. → Read More

Oldest retired Portland police officer Frank Springer dies at 102

Springer, who held the title of the oldest retired officer in the city, died Sunday. He was 102 years old, a few weeks shy of his 103rd birthday. → Read More

Vancouver police ask for public's help finding shooting suspect considered armed and dangerous

Police said Juventino Valencia-Mendoza was identified as the shooter in a drive-by shooting in the 6100 block of Northeast 40th Street, police said. → Read More

Friends, family mourn man, 23, killed in accidental shooting in N. Portland

On Sunday, Beketel Elbelau Sleeper-Kincaid was shot to death by a friend in an accidental shooting in North Portland, police said. → Read More

CrimeTime News: A week of crime March 6 (video)

A weekly video roundup of the top crime stories on The Oregonian and oregonlive.com. → Read More

Firefighter sustains minor injuries in Hillsboro power substation fire

The Hillsboro substation on Evergreen Parkway is unmanned, so no BPA employees were there when the fire started. → Read More

Stacey Addison returns to Portland after detainment in Timor-Leste

More than a year ago the globetrotting former Portland veterinarian had sold her car and her house before leaving Oregon in 2013 to travel the world. → Read More

Stacey Addison, former Portland veterinarian detained in Timor-Leste, returns home

Stacey Addison, a former Portland veterinarian who had been detained in Timor-Leste for six months, has boarded a plane and is on her way home, Sen. Jeff Merkley announced Monday evening. → Read More

Cornelius man arrested on suspicion of touching himself in library

Washington County sheriff's deputies received a report of a man touching himself while sitting across from two young children in the library, the Sheriff's Office said. → Read More

Portland flirts with freezing temperatures Monday night

The metro area will flirt with freezing temperatures Monday evening, forecasters say. → Read More

Suspicious device found near Newberg church cleared by police

The device, a capped metal pipe with a fuse attached, may have been at a the location for an extended period of time, Oregon State Police said. → Read More

Police respond to woman in crisis armed with handgun in SE Portland

Portland police are responding to the 7600 block of Southeast 19th Avenue to help a woman in crisis who is armed with a handgun, police officials said. → Read More

Police: Woman found along Portland's Eastbank Esplanade died of 'medical event'

The woman was found only a short distance away from where a 48-year-old man was discovered dead just hours earlier. → Read More

Loose llamas corralled after escape from Vancouver pasture

The llamas were found Northeast 172nd Avenue near 29th Street around 4:14 p.m., according to Clark County dispatchers. → Read More

Aloha man, 67, dies in motorcycle crash

Investigators determined the motorcyclist was traveling northbound and had accelerated rapidly, making it difficult for the rider to stay in the lane when it curved, the Sheriff's Office said. → Read More

Kelso man shoots daughter's boyfriend in leg for refusing to leave house, authorities say

The man called 911 to report the shooting and said the boyfriend had refused to leave his house, located in the 100 block of Williams Street, the Sheriff's Office said. → Read More

Yamhill County authorities seek man, 34, missing in suspicious circumstances

He was last seen in Tumwater, Washington, on Sept. 7 in Albertsons where he was purchasing a gift card. → Read More