A Tigard middle school teacher has been placed on leave after a student said she threw a marker at him so hard, it left a welt on his body. Caitlyn DeRosia’s 12-year-old son Tegan was in home room last Friday at Fowler Middle School when his teacher told the whole class to shut down their iPads. Tegan was taking a little longer to do so. “She repeated the request to close the iPads at which point, she threw a marker across the room and my son was hit,” said DeRosia.
Security video showed a man come up onto the McClures’ front porch in northeast Portland and empty the family’s mailbox, taking 6-year-old Harper McClure’s Christmas thank-you cards. (image courtesy McClure family)Portland 6-year-old Harper McClure (right) said she worked very hard on thank-you cards for people who had given her Christmas gifts before they were stolen from her family’s mailbox.
It’s been three months since FOX 12 broke the story of Clackamas County deputies doing a nude photo shoot inside the courthouse. Now, sheriff’s office officials say their internal investigation is complete, but no one has been disciplined and the sheriff is refusing to comment on the matter. A credible source close to the sheriff’s office alerted FOX 12 to this story last fall and the sheriff’s office received an anonymous letter about it.
Brooke Gregor and Josh Malay got the shock of a lifetime when their new baby boy Jace arrived in the car on the way to the hospital. See their dramatic story @ 5&6 tonight! #Fox12Oregon 👶🏻 https://t.co/d3VJlLW9Ci
Just arrived on scene of train derailment in DuPont WA. Unreal sight. Despite AP reports of at least 6 dead, WSP not giving a number saying they still need to thoroughly search train cars https://t.co/nHIQzhvn1I
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Selecting a term
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