Suspected Thieves Caught With Stolen Credit Cards

By Jim McCoy Wed 17th December NewsJohnathan SernaJorge Sernatheft
Two men suspected of breaking in to a car in the 4500 block of Wolf Run and stealing the victim’s wallet last month have been arrested. Authorities spotted a car at Bear Creek Shopping Center yesterday (Tuesday) matching the one apparently used by two suspects making earlier purchases with stolen credit cards.Read More »

News - Big Job Gains

By admin Wed 17th December News
According to the Oregon Employment Department's November report, nearly 1.75 Million Oregonians are working.
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Morning News Update

By admin Wed 17th December News
Morning Update on Cancelled Movie Premiers, the Aftermath in Pakistan, Big Job Gains in Oregon, Mount Ashland Opening?, and a Good Grape Harvest for Oregon.
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Evening News Update

By admin Tue 16th December News
Evening Update on Oregon Job Growth, the Attack in Pakistan, Search for a Marine, Mail Theft in Oregon, A Animal Abuse Arrest, and Busy holiday Roads.
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A Record Number Plan To Travel Over The Holidays

By Jim McCoy Tue 16th December NewsAAAtravel
AAA is projecting that nearly 31 percent of the American population will be on the road, traveling over 50 miles to their destination for the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. This is the highest projected volume ever. This is an increase of more than 4 percent over a year ago.Read More »

Driver Injured By Mudslide

By Jim McCoy Tue 16th December Newsmudslide
Rocks, mud and debris broke loose from a hillside and tumbled onto a Salem roadway early Tuesday, causing a car crash that injured the driver. Investigators didn't immediately identify the driver, who was taken to a hospital, or disclose her condition. KGW-TV reports ( ) that landslides occur every few years along the stretch of South River Road, but this wasRead More »

Oregon Hires Manager To Oversee Pot Regulations

By Jim McCoy Tue 16th December NewsmarijuanaOLCCTom Burns
An Oregon official who oversaw the rollout of medical marijuana dispensaries will now lead preparations to regulate recreational marijuana. The Oregon Liquor Control Commission announced Tuesday that Tom Burns will be the director of marijuana programs.Read More »

Phoenix Man Arrested For Shooting Nuisance Cat With Arrow

By Jim McCoy Tue 16th December NewscatsCody Edwards Daigneault
A southern Oregon man has been accused of shooting a neighbor's cat with an arrow because it harassed his own cats and knocked over his garbage cans. The Jackson County Sheriff's Office says the man called the cat a nuisance. Deputies said in an affidavit the arrow went through the cat's abdomen.Read More »

Oregon Experiences Huge Job Growth In November

By Jim McCoy Tue 16th December Newsjobs
After seven years, Oregon's payroll employment rose above its pre-recession peak in November. Seasonally adjusted payroll employment jumped to a record level of 1,740,800, which was 3,000 above the prior peak reached in December 2007. November marked the largest one-month gain for Oregon since comparable records began in 1990. Seasonally adjusted non-farm payroll employment rose by 11,200.Read More »

Election Results Certified, Measure 92 Loses By Razor-Thin Margin

By Jim McCoy Tue 16th December NewselectionsGMO labelingMeasure 92
Secretary of State Kate Brown has certified recount results that show the defeat of an Oregon ballot measure to require labels on genetically modified foods. Brown's certification on Monday makes the results of the recount official. They show the measure was defeated by 837 votes out of more than 1.5 million cast. That's a margin of less than 0.06 percent.Read More »


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