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Local 'There’s a house next door for sale. Who’s going to want to buy it?' 'There’s a house next door for sale. Who’s going to want to buy it?' (Video)
Steve Arbuckle walks his dog past the house at 4490 Jessen Drive near Golden Gardens City Park every day.

“The big thing I look at is, it’s not going to get better if it stays," he said of the vacant house covered in gang graffiti. "There’s a house next door for sale, a nice house - who’s going to want to buy it?”
Prep Athlete Prep Athlete of the Week: Ellie Pascoe-Long Prep Athlete of the Week: Ellie Pascoe-Long (Video)
Ellie Pascoe-Long is a senior at Churchill High School and a level 10 gymnast for the National Academy of Artistic Gymnastics.

She also signed her letter of intent with San Jose State last week and will be competing for the Spartans next year.

Watch KMTR NewsSource 16 Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. for Prep Athlete of the Week

Springfield Police car involved in 4-car crash

Springfield Police car involved in 4-car crash »Play Video

No one was seriously injured when a car hit a police cruiser, sending it crashing into two other vehicles Tuesday.

October best increase in Oregon employment in 20 years

October best increase in Oregon employment in 20 years »Play Video

Oregon employers added 9,900 employees in October, the largest monthly increase in almost 20 years.

"The last time Oregon's economy added at least this many jobs was in August 1995 when 10,400 were added," the Oregon Employment Department said in a release.

WiFi in homeless camp? 'We are no longer looking at internet as a luxury'

WiFi in homeless camp? 'We are no longer looking at internet as a luxury' »Play Video

The city of Seattle wants to spend part of a $100,000 budget item to provide internet access in the city's homeless encampments.

"We are no longer looking at internet as a luxury. We have to make sure we provide humane services for everybody," said Councilmember Kshama Sawant, who is supporting the proposal.

It is still unclear as to whether the money would go to establish Wi-Fi in the city's homeless camps or more traditional, computer-based internet service there, Sawant said.

Police: Rooter service owner secretly recorded video of woman in shower

Police: Rooter service owner secretly recorded video of woman in shower
James Bartholomeusz

The owner of a rooter service secretly shot video of a client in the shower at her Corvallis home, the Albany Police Department said.

Officers arrested James Bartholomeusz, 39, on Monday and booked him on charges of burglary and invasion of personal privacy.