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News - Indiana Shooting

By admin Thu 16th January News
Police in Elkhart, Indiana say a gunman killed two women at a grocery store before he was shot and killed by Police.
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News - Iraq Bombing

By admin Thu 16th January News
A Wave of Bombings is being sen in Iraq.
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Morning News Update

By admin Thu 16th January News
An Update on the Congress Budget, Iraq Bombings, A Shooting In Indiana, and an Update on Cover Oregon
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Evening News Update

By admin Wed 15th January News
In This Evening Update: A Senate Committee is laying Blame for Benghazi, an Apple App Flap, Update on Oregon Traffic Fatalities, Airport Guns, and Albertson's Closures.
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Medford Businesses Burglarized Overnight

By Jim McCoy Wed 15th January NewsBurglary
The Medford Police Department has received eight reports in the last 12 hours of businesses being burglarized. There are no suspects, but police believe that at least a few of the break-ins are the work of the same thief. The suspect is forcing entry into the businesses by prying open a door or window or in some cases breaking a glass window or door.Read More »

ODOT: Oregon Traffic Deaths Down Last Year

Preliminary numbers for 2013 from the Oregon Department of Transportation show 317 traffic fatalities last year in the state. The Oregonian reports (http://bit.ly/1iUGf5B ) that's down 6 percent from the year before and matches 2010 as the lowest number since 1943. Bicyclist deaths dropped from 10 in 2012 to five last year.Read More »

30 Guns Found At Oregon Airports In 2013

By Jim McCoy Wed 15th January Newsairport safetyguns
Security agents found 30 guns last year on passengers boarding planes at Portland, Eugene, Medford and Redmond. The Oregonian reports (http://bit.ly/1iULphO) that 21 of the guns were found by Transportation Security Administration agents at Portland International Airport.Read More »

Klamath Farmers Facing Tough Year For Water

By Jim McCoy Wed 15th January NewsKlamath farmerswater
Farmers on the Klamath irrigation project are facing half rations for water in the coming growing season. The Herald and News (http://bit.ly/1hY5N3Y ) reports the director of the Klamath Water Users Association outlined the situation Tuesday in a talk in Klamath Falls. Greg Addington says forecasts based on snowpack and other factors call for 50 percent of normal inflows into UppRead More »

Morning News Update

By admin Wed 15th January News
An Update on Oregon Jobs, The Number of Traffic Fatalities in 2013, A Congressional Budget Deal, Voting in Egypt, and Susan Monica Indicted.
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News - Oregon Jobs

By admin Wed 15th January News
The Number of Jobs available in Oregon is growing every year.
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