VANCOUVER, Wash. (KOIN) -- Todd Sheets lives with more than 200 celebrities in Vancouver. They're all framed and on his walls.
Elizabeth Taylor, James Caan, Michael Douglas, Tom Cruise, Tim Allen, Robin Williams, Sylvester Stallone. They're all there.
Sheets began collecting autographs in 1982 when he wrote to Dudley Moore asking for advice on the music industry.
"Dudley Moore answered my letter, and it was such a nice surprise to see an autographed letter from Dudley Moore, and that got me hooked," he told KOIN 6 News.
Bill Gates, David Copperfield, Clint Eastwood, Lindsay Wagner, Jewell, Marion Ross.
"A few of the nicer ones like Claudia Schiffer, she sent that from Germany. That's my only out-of-country and I was thrilled," he said. "I've had a crush on her -- with my wife's permission -- for a very long time."
Halle Berry, Ed McMahon, Clint Howard and a number of presidents of the United States. The presidential collection, he said, is worth the most -- worth as much as $1,300.
But he ran into a real estate problem with Donald Trump's autograph.
"I ran out of wall space and thought [the bathroom was] a very appropriate place for him."
As the temperature drops, homeowners turn their thermostat up. But unless your filters are clean, your furnace won't operate efficiently or keep you as warm as you want.
A man was arrested for helping the parents of a 5-month-old elude police in the aftermath of their taking the boy during a custodial transfer with Washington County Protective Services.
The Hill family of Hillsboro considers both of their dogs to be part of their family. But one of them, 9-year-old Shasta, nearly died after a flea and tick control product was applied and he began having seizures.
A 19-year-old man is believed to have a 14-year-old girl with him and they may be headed to Mexico, authorities said. An Amber Alert was issued in Washington, Oregon and California.