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Trevor Ault


Portland, OR, United States

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Past articles by Trevor:

Man who saw Andre Gladen shooting still haunted

The man who saw Andre Gladen get shot told KOIN 6 News he's still haunted by what happened that day. → Read More

Fundraiser held to support Wilsonville fire victims

Local residents and businesses in Wilsonville have joined forces to fundraise for the 25 people who were forced to flee their homes in the wake of Sunday's catastrophic fire. → Read More

Gridiron to prison: Prep star sues Parkrose HS

He started as a star athlete but became a convicted criminal. Jonathan Boland is in prison for armed robbery but his case is raising questions. → Read More

Portland couple faces 6 counts of attempted murder

The young couple who are each facing 6 counts of attempted murder after a shooting in Northeast Portland are expected to make their first court appearance Monday afternoon. → Read More

Sen. Ron Wyden talks border wall, 2020 election

Wyden is one of many lawmakers who want to block President Donald Trump's recent emergency declaration for the southern border wall. → Read More

Schools closed, Camas rolls with the snow

Over the weekend weather conditions in Camas were so bad a lot of businesses closed, including Top Burger. They made the call it wasn't worth the risk to have employees drive in. → Read More

Inside the gun battle, chase along I-84 in Portland

One of the 2 men arrested following a gun battle along I-84 appeared in a Cowlitz County court to face charges related to the killing of a Kelso store clerk on January 22. → Read More

Salem covered in snow but all seems well

The system that brought snow to Portland also brought snow to Salem, but as of noon the snow is covering everything except the roads. → Read More

Amid snow, injured woman missing in the Gorge

Five separate agencies are searching for a woman who was injured while hiking near Warren Lake in the Columbia River Gorge, an area that now has nearly 2 feet of snow. → Read More

'Hold on': Willamette Queen crashes during wedding ceremony

A Salem couple experienced their very own wedding crasher -- but not the kind you're thinking. → Read More

Climber who got lost on Mt. Hood returned to safety

A rescue team has brought a climber who got lost on Mt. Hood back to safety after a five hour search and rescue effort. → Read More

Clinics limit visitors due to flu concerns

Visitors with cold or flu-like symptoms are being asked to stay at home and people working in medical centers who have not been vaccinated need to wear masks. → Read More

Questions remain after Intel breathing issues

Many questions remain after dozens of Intel employees had breathing issues due to the second HazMat situation in one week at the facility. → Read More

More Intel workers report breathing issues at same spot

More Intel employees at the Ronley Acres campus reported breathing problems on Monday -- just several days after 15 were rushed to the hospital. → Read More

4 'poking' incidents reported in SE Portland

Police are looking for a man they believe is responsible for a series of incidents involving people being poked with a sharp metal object in Southeast Portland. → Read More

Crews make good progress on fire cleanup in Gorge

More than a year later, the Columbia River Gorge is still recovering from the extensive damaged caused by the Eagle Creek Fire. → Read More

Small towns await results after all write-in election

There are still several cities in Oregon waiting to find out who won their local elections -- but not because the races are close. → Read More

Stats: Violence up in schools, but schools are safer

Administrators with the Lake Oswego School District have told parents they've seen a rise in violent behavior from their students. They're addressing how aggression and fear in schools is handled. → Read More

Shootings up in Portland; PPB turns to tech

Portland is averaging 6 shootings a week. There has been a 13% spike in shootings year-to-date between last year and now. In 2017, there were 240 shootings and so far this year 271 have been reported, PPB said. → Read More

Fast and the dangerous: An inside look at street racing

Over the past few months there have been plenty of headlines about street racing going out of control. All of it was enough to make clear that street racing is a pervasive culture in Portland.... → Read More