Top Portland news: FBI warns consumers about smart TVs; cops seek driver who hit woman and dog; more

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Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Portland.

That smart TV you just bought may be spying on you, FBI warns

The FBI is warning consumers about smart TVs. A message posted before the Thanksgiving holiday by an FBI field office states those televisions have built-in cameras that can be used for facial recognition, making them vulnerable to hackers.

Read the full story on FOX26.

Man sleeping under tarp run over by garbage truck in SE Portland

The driver knew the tarp was there but didn't know a person was under it, police said.

Read the full story on KGW.

Police looking for driver who hit woman and dog in Southeast Portland

Mandy Thomson says she was in a crosswalk at Southwest Belmont and 20th Avenue when she and her pup were hit.

Read the full story on KGW.

Man pleads not guilty to Portland arson fires

KOIN reports that Allen Singerhouse's attorney pleaded not guilty Tuesday on his behalf. It is alleged that the 39-year-old Singerhouse started two fires in a Portland residential neighborhood in August that destroyed two commercial buildings, five homes and about 50 cars in a parking lot.

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