"Our transgender siblings have heartbeats," another message, posted by Clackamas United Church of Christ pastor Rev. Adam Ericksen, read.
The Match 5 prize was won by one lucky winner in Oregon.
"Attempting to bribe a federal law enforcement officer is a serious crime and will be met with equally serious consequences," U.S. Attorney for the District of Oregon Billy J. Williams said.
"My mom would think this was so cool," said the daughter of the woman who died not knowing of her rare condition.
When the couple asked to be reseated, "the flight attendant denied the request."
But local authorities aren't convinced.
36-year-old Jeremy Taylor got stuck in the snow with his dog Ally after they went driving in a snowstorm.
The 11 Coast Starlight Train was traveling from Los Angeles to Seattle when it struck a tree that had fallen onto the tracks.
"It happened in front of other people. People make jokes about it," Montgomery said about the harassment.
Scientists identified anti-vaccination hot spots in 12 states.
The alleged sexual abuse began in June 2018, when the victim was less than two months old, and occurred as recently as January.
Shantel Lynn Witt, 42, is now on trial for manslaughter in the first degree.
Charles Frederick Landeros, 30, was killed following a custodial dispute on January 11.
Clark County has confirmed 23 cases since January 1.
Homicide victims ranged in age from 9 months to 66 years old, Clackamas County Sheriff's Office said.
Nobody has come forward to police in connection to shocking hit-and-run caught on surveillance footage.
Gov. Kate Brown's husband Dan Little cleaned the bathrooms at Mt. Hood National Forest Sno-Park after finding it a mess amid the shutdown.
Only game that's been "accidentally struck" can be consumed as meat. So drivers can't intentionally mow down a wild animal for fast food.
He offered the ICE officer between $3,000 and $4,000 to deport his wife and her daughter, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in Oregon.
Police recovered stolen items including a tennis racket, a ping-pong paddle, a calculator, designer sunglasses and a scooter.
Oregon State Medical Examiner's Office found Magnuson's "poor health" and pre-existing conditions were "a substantial contributing factor to his death."
The father of one of the teens heard about the plan and called the police.