The young Portland woman would cruise along Burnside Street and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard when she was in her mid-20s, searching for her attacker.She was 24 when she reported her rape to Portland police on the night it happened in downtown Portland, June 14, 1996.She had led a Portland officer back to the scene of the crime, a patch of dirt beneath the Steel Bridge, where her underwear and broken glasses were discovered lying nearby. She had gone with police to OHSU Hospital for a sex assault forensic exam. There, she gave a full account of the attack to a detective.That was the extent of the police investigation. She didn’t hear from them again for more than two decades.Her sex assault kit sat in the Police Bureau’s evidence room for 20 years, unanalyzed.“Did you ever hear an answer as of what happened to the investigation?’’ Multnomah County prosecutor Tara Gardner asked the woman, now 47, during a recent court … [Read more...] about Woman confronts rapist in 22-year-old case: ’I have the power. I won.”
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Patricia Talorico Delaware News Journal Published 9:54 AM EST Nov 13, 2018 Cookbook author, culinary instructor and recipe developer Rick Rodgers is a Thanksgiving expert. He has written 40 cookbooks, three alone on the holiday including the classic, best-selling "Thanksgiving 101" (William Morrow, 1998). He has received Bon Appétit magazine's Food and Entertaining Award for Outstanding Cooking Teacher, and has cooked on "Today," "CBS Morning Show" and "Good Morning America." His celebrity clients have included Patti LaBelle, Frankie Avalon, and "Extra Virgin’s" Gabriele Corcos and Debi Mazar. Rick has talked turkey, worked for a Delmarva poultry producer and taught cooking classes on the holiday feast for more than 15 years. He estimates he has made nearly 300 Thanksgiving dinners. The new Delaware resident – he recently moved from New Jersey to Sussex County – wants your holiday to … [Read more...] about How to cook a foolproof Thanksgiving dinner, starting with the turkey
Ken Colburn Special for The Republic Published 1:00 p.m. UTC Jun 4, 2018 QUESTION: I adopted a dog from a shelter and want to know more about what breeds she may have in her background, so I’m looking for recommendations on a pet DNA test. ANSWER: I personally think rescued mutts make the best pets, but the tradeoff is that you’ll get little or no information on your pet’s actual breed. Knowing the genetic makeup of your pet can be helpful in understanding how big they may get, some general life expectancy info and any breed-specific behaviors or medical issues that may exist. “It’s mostly just for fun or to gain insight into breed-specific medical issues,” according to professional dog trainer Katrina Krings of New York City. Avoiding medications that are known to be problematic to specific breeds is one of the greatest benefits, according to Krings. RELATED: Tempe apartments getting the scoop on poop with dog DNA How accurate … [Read more...] about How much can a DNA test tell you about your pet?
Wendy Caucutt and her husband, George, thought they were being careful stewards of their historic Summit Avenue property when they asked St. Paul’s Heritage Preservation Commission if they could remove their 18 windows. Caucutt, pregnant with her third child, wanted to replace nine pairs of interior-swinging window casements that had led to high home-heating bills, security concerns and nothing but cuts and bruises for her two young boys, who ran into them as they arced inward with each hard wind. “The replacement windows would be custom-ordered to be the same size,” said Caucutt, in an Aug. 7, 2014, letter to the city. “We are trying to lead an environmentally-conscious lifestyle.” The HPC rejected the request, 7-0, calling the proposed new windows a threat to her home’s historic architecture. She appealed to the St. Paul City Council, which unanimously agreed to reverse the HPC decision with a vote of 6-0 in her favor. “I didn’t … [Read more...] about Preservation or over-reach? St. Paul rules about old windows are a test case
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest How old should kids be before they play tackle football? This Iowa legend says 14. The former Hawkeye joins some of the biggest names in professional football who think tackling can wait until boys are more developed. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Subscribe Today Log In Subscribed, but don't have a login? Activate your digital access. Kim Norvell, [email protected] Published 4:11 p.m. CT April 12, 2018 | Updated 4:29 p.m. CT April 12, 2018 CLOSE Researchers are tackling fresh questions about a degenerative brain disease now that it has been detected in the brains of nearly 200 football players after … [Read more...] about How old should kids be before they play tackle football? This Iowa legend says 14.