Pontus Widegren of Sweden will take a one-shot lead into the final round of the Madeira Islands Open, and hope of a first win on the European Tour.
Widegren offset two bogeys with two eagles before the turn, and finished the third round with a 5-under-par 67 to sit on a total of 16-under 200.
Widegren said he struggled on the greens, and was able to overcome a tough start by hitting "a nice eagle at No.
Police detectives arrested a man in connection with another man's death in Portland last month.
Portland Police says 36-year-old Patrick Rembert was indicted by a Multnomah County grand jury on charges of manslaughter and assault. He was booked into jail on Friday and will be arraigned next week.
The investigation started on June 4, when officers responded to an assault near Old Town Chinatown.
A coalition of San Diego residents is studying the feasibility of a barrier to prevent suicides on the city's iconic Coronado Bridge.
Since the bridge to popular Coronado Island opened in 1969, about 300 people have committed suicide there, jumping from the 200-foot span and into San Diego Bay.
Hundreds others have gone to the bridge to attempt suicide, only to change their minds or be pulled back to safety before they jump.
Two members of Congress — Vermont's Peter Welch and New Mexico's Ray Luján are proposing nationwide energy standards — one for renewable energy and another for energy efficiency.
They've filed legislation to require electric utilities, by 2030, to obtain at least 30 percent of their electricity supply from renewable sources. The standards also would require a 20 percent reduction in electricity use and a 13 percent reduction in natural gas use.
Welch says the two provisions will reduce greenhouse gas emissions tied to climate change.
The Union of Concerned Scientists is backing the plan.