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Watch: Parkrose coach Keanon Lowe disarms student

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Surveillance video obtained exclusively by KOIN 6 News shows the dramatic moment when Parkrose High School football coach Keanon Lowe disarmed a student carrying a loaded shotgun on campus.

Angel Granados-Diaz was 18 when he brought the gun to school on May 17.

The video — obtained Friday from the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office through a public records request — shows Lowe leading Granados-Diaz out of a classroom. Lowe is carrying the shotgun and hands it off to another person, who dashes away with it. Granados-Diaz is seen clinging to Lowe as the football coach hugs the teen and appears to console him. ... Read More

Photo of exhausted nurse goes viral: ‘Can we just give it up for nurses for a minute?’

A viral Facebook post gives a behind the scenes look at a dedicated labor and delivery nurse who puts in long hours at work and appears to be emotional after a “particularly hard day” at work.

Laura Mcintyre, of Texas, posted a photo of her sister, Caty, sitting in a chair, rubbing her eyes... Read More

Rodgers’ 6 TDs leads Packers to 42-24 win over Raiders

GREEN BAY (KRON) — Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers ran all over the Oakland Raiders’ defense Sunday morning at Lambeau Field.

Rodgers’ six touchdowns led the Packers to a 42-24 home victory.

The Silver and Black was first to get on the board with a field goal, but Green Bay quickly answered with a touchdown of its own.

Oakland was at the 2-yard line with a little under two minutes left in the first half when things got ugly.

Derek Carr fumbled in the end zone for a touchback, giving the Packers the ball at the 20-yard line.

What could have been a 17-14 lead for the Raiders heading into the locker room, quickly turned into a 21-10 lead for the Packers after Rodgers went endzone to endzone in less than two minutes.

Green Bay scored with 12 seconds left in the half, marking its second touchdown in a span of three minutes and 15 seconds. ... Read More

“Hockey has Heart” raises money to bring arts to children in local hospitals

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — A charity hockey game on Sunday helped a non-profit provide a special program for children in the hospital. The skaters on the ice played for more than bragging rights, their efforts went beyond the rink to help Project Imagine.

“These gentlemen that
are playing today really do have the biggest hearts,” said Diane Mifsud —
Executive Director for Project Imagine.

Every hit, slap-shot and penalty is all part of the action during the second annual “Hockey Has Heart” — a charity game supporting the non-profit bringing arts to children in local hospitals.

“We bring in musicians,
artists, and give the children an opportunity to express themselves through
their creativity,” Mifsud said.

The program aims to enhance
their lives while battling cancer or other long-term illnesses. It helped offer
Junaisy Vairgas a distraction. The 12-year-old sang the national anthem before
the puck drop... Read More

Motorcyclist killed in crash

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — A motorcyclist was killed in a crash Sunday evening. It happened at the intersection of East Lake Mead and Sandy Lane.

Preliminary investigation from police shows the motorcyclist was driving eastbound on Lake Mead when it hit a sedan turning left on Lake Mead westbound from Via Marbel.

Metro police’s fatal division has assumed the lead of the investigation. Impairment is not believed to be a factor in the crash. Police did not say who they believed to be at fault in the crash... Read More

Officer fires gun during foot chase; suspect still at large

NORTH LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — What started as a response to robberies in the area, ended with an officer firing a shot, following a foot chase. It happened just before 5 am Sunday morning.

Officers were called to an area near Alexander Road and Revere Street for a report of a suspect breaking into vehicles. Patrol units saw a man who matched the description they had been given: a black man, 20-25 years old, 5’8″, with short braided hair with white beads. He was also wearing a black hoodie, black pants and white shoes carrying a gun.

When police spotted him, a foot pursuit began. The man was last seen jumping into the backyard of a home in the 4100 block of Aaron Scott Street. During the chase, the officer fired with gun once.

The officer did have a body camera, but police say it did not activate during the chase. Police are looking into why it was not on... Read More

Dog saves family when house fire breaks out

VACAVILLE, Calif. (KOVR) — Here’s proof that not all heroes wear capes! Vacaville police say this black Labrador Maggie saved the day when a fire broke out.

With the homeowners asleep, Maggie started barking and growling as flames broke out around 1 in the morning. The house suffered fire damage in the attic, one pickup truck is written off. Next door the neighbor’s truck and shed also were scorched

Vacaville fire says it’s a reminder to always
have fresh batteries in your smoke detector... Read More