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Oregon’s antiquated computers could cost laid-off workers more than $100 million in benefits

Oregon’s antiquated computers could cost laid-off workers more than $100 million in benefits

Notifications can be turned off anytime in the browser settings.No ThanksAllow×WATCH LIVEMenuKGW Alert Center© 2020 KGW-TV. All Rights Reserved.The state processes unemployment filings with obsolete computers running systems that date back to the Reagan administration.Oregon’s rickety, outdated system for processing jobless claims is failing thousands of workers when they most need help, delaying unemployment cash they could use to help pay rent and other bills during the state’s coronavirus shutdown.The state processes unemployment filings with obsolete computers running systems that date...

April 17, 2020
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'One dance with dad?' | COVID-19 cancelled her prom. That's when her father stepped in.

'One dance with dad?' | COVID-19 cancelled her prom. That's when her father stepped in.

Notifications can be turned off anytime in the browser settings.No ThanksAllow×WATCH LIVEMenuKGW Alert Center© 2020 KGW-TV. All Rights Reserved.Video: Natalie OdgersWe've got a Father of the Year candidate!COLUMBIANA, Ala. — Marli Odgers thought her senior prom was canceled.Then she saw a note from her dad on the top of the stairs sitting on her prom dress.“Today is prom,” the note read. “One dance with dad? Will you go with me?”A now viral video shared online shows Marli in sequined white dress dancing with her dad in their home to “Bless the Broken Road” by Rascal Flatts.“Memories we will...

Dec 4
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High school in Woodland, WA turned into temporary truck stop

High school in Woodland, WA turned into temporary truck stop

Notifications can be turned off anytime in the browser settings.No ThanksAllow×WATCH LIVEMenuKGW Alert Center© 2020 KGW-TV. All Rights Reserved.The temporary truck stop offers food, showers and laundry to long-haul truckers.WOODLAND, Wash. — With 'stay-at-home' orders in Washington and Oregon, traffic is lighter than normal on I-5. It is easier to spot the semis crisscrossing the region in order to move cargo we need now more than ever."Our truckers, I promise you, are doing their dead-level best to make sure our food and supplies are getting to these shelves," said Eric Hansen.In return,...

April 17, 2020
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Co-workers help deaf Trader Joe's employee overcome unexpected COVID-19 challenge -- reading lips

Co-workers help deaf Trader Joe's employee overcome unexpected COVID-19 challenge -- reading lips

Notifications can be turned off anytime in the browser settings.No ThanksAllow×WATCH LIVEMenuKGW Alert Center© 2020 KGW-TV. All Rights Reserved.Matthew Simmons reads customers' lips if they don't know sign language. Protective masks created an unexpected communication barrier between them.VANCOUVER, Wash. — A Vancouver man is sharing how co-workers are helping him through an unexpected work challenge due to the COVID-19 crisis.Matthew Simmons is a part-time clerk at the Vancouver Trader Joe's. He's also deaf and relies on lip-reading and speaking skills to communicate with customers who...

April 21, 2020
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Thousands of coronavirus tests going unused each week in Oregon

Thousands of coronavirus tests going unused each week in Oregon

Notifications can be turned off anytime in the browser settings.No ThanksAllow×WATCH LIVEMenuKGW Alert Center© 2020 KGW-TV. All Rights Reserved.Last week, Gov. Kate Brown said there were roughly 9,000 tests administered per week in Oregon.PORTLAND, Ore. — KGW has learned thousands of COVID-19 tests are going unused each week in Oregon.It’s a surprising turnaround from the beginning of the pandemic when a lack of testing was a constant problem. It seems there never are enough tests for people to confirm they have the virus.Last week, Gov. Kate Brown said there were roughly 9,000 tests...

April 22, 2020
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More parents consider homeschooling this fall

More parents consider homeschooling this fall

Rosalyn Newhouse, with the Oregon Home Education Network, said there has been increasing interest in homeschooling over the last month.6:21 PM PDT July 10, 2020PORTLAND, Ore. — We've been hearing from parents nervous about sending kids back to the classroom this fall.One increasingly popular option is homeschooling.Earlier in the week people weighed in on a about school. A number of people asked that we do a story on homeschooling.So, we reached out to the . It's been a resource to homeschooling parents for more than 25 years and provides general information about homeschooling, answers...

Nov 7
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Salem salon owner fined $14K for violating Gov. Brown's order

Salem salon owner fined $14K for violating Gov. Brown's order

Breaking NewsLindsey Graham reopened Glamour Salon in downtown Salem on May 5.9:58 AM PDT May 15, 2020SALEM, Ore. — The owner of a Salem salon that of Gov. Kate Brown’s stay-home order has been fined $14,000.Lindsey Graham reopened Glamour Salon in downtown Salem on May 5. She said the act of defiance was made out of desperation."I can’t speak for other businesses," Graham said last week. "I know they need to make a living. If they can open their business safely – I would encourage that. I can only speak for myself and what I need to do is provide for my family."A spokesperson for the...

May 21, 2020
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Group of hairdressers wants to keep hands-on professionals out of first phase of reopening

Group of hairdressers wants to keep hands-on professionals out of first phase of reopening

Breaking NewsStanding on the other side of the fight to reopen, many hairdressers feel it's reckless to include services that require personal touch in Phase 1 of reopening.1:35 PM PDT May 9, 2020PORTLAND, Ore — Under Oregon Gov. Kate Brown's framework for safely and slowly reopening Oregon, personal care services like salons and barber shops are allowed to open in a county's first phase - but with a number of restrictions.Many hairdressers in Oregon are pushing back on the guidelines, and don't believe industries that require hands-on services should be included in Phase 1 of reopening at...

October 5, 2020
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Portland Archdiocese plans to resume limited Masses starting Saturday evening

Portland Archdiocese plans to resume limited Masses starting Saturday evening

Breaking NewsThe diocese, which reaches to Southern Oregon, includes 124 parishes and 23 missions that serve over 467,000 Catholics.Credit: Patrick S. Brennan, St. Mary's Cathedral of the Immaculate ConceptionInside St. Mary's Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Portland, Ore. A spokesperson said in-person Mass won't resume at St. Mary's Cathedral this weekend, but they hope to resume the weekend of May 17.9:15 AM PDT May 6, 2020PORTLAND, Ore. — Archbishop of Portland announced Tuesday that churches will resume Mass starting with Saturday night vigil services.Only those parishes that...

May 6, 2020
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Oregon small businesses face chaos, uncertainty as they seek federal coronavirus rescue loans

Oregon small businesses face chaos, uncertainty as they seek federal coronavirus rescue loans

Notifications can be turned off anytime in the browser settings.No ThanksAllow×WATCH LIVEMenuKGW Alert Center© 2020 KGW-TV. All Rights Reserved.The Small Business Administration is having a tough time handing out the forgivable loans Congress earmarked in stimulus for small businesses.PORTLAND, Ore. — Editor's note: In the April 2 video above, SBA administrator Jovita Carranza explains the Paycheck Protection Program.Donna Gustafson opened the Bella Donna Bistro & Patisserie in Forest Grove last November. All new restaurants struggle. The business is brutal in the best of times. But the...

February 4, 2020
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