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Police ID Man Found Dead Near Mill in Medford

By Jim McCoy Tue 1st October NewsPaul Norman Munday
Medford police have identified the body of a man found dead in a drainage ditch Sunday near Sierra Pine mill. 54-year old Paul Norman Munday was known to authorities as a registered sex offender who had been camping near the mill. He was last seen alive on Saturday. Munday had reportedly made suicidal comments to someone he knew a couple of days earlier who had reported him missing.Read More »

University of Oregon Freshman Class The Most Diverse Yet

By Jim McCoy Tue 1st October NewsdiversityUniversity of Oregon
The University of Oregon says this year's freshman class is its most-diverse and best-prepared yet.Read More »

Oregon Lifts Clamming Restriction

By Jim McCoy Tue 1st October Newsclam harvestingrazor clams
Oregon officials say a restriction in Clatsop County has been lifted, so the entire Oregon coast is now open for razor clam harvesting, effective Tuesday. But recreational and commercial mussel harvesting remains closed from the Yachats River in Lincoln County to the California border. The closure is due to elevated levels of paralytic shellfish toxins and includes mussels on alRead More »

Man Performing Community Service Sues County

By Jim McCoy Tue 1st October NewslawsuitTheodore Sussan
A man who suffered an eye injury clearing trails as part of court-ordered community service has sued Polk County, saying it failed to provide proper tools and safety equipment. The Salem Statesman Journal reports (http://stjr.nl/18pfgKK ) the suit filed in federal court in Portland by Theadore T.Read More »

News - Gas Prices Decreasing

By admin Tue 1st October News
Prices at the gas pump are lower than industry expectations. It's all thanks to flat demand nationally and record production.
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Morning News Update

By admin Tue 1st October News
One Conservative house Republican is predicting that the partial shutdown of the Government that began today will drag on, if President Barack Obama and Senate Democrats don't negotiate over delaying a key part of the new health care law. The Oregon Legislature has kicked off a special session to consider pension cuts, tax changes and agricultural regulations.Read More »
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News - Cover Oregon

By admin Tue 1st October News
You've heard the songs and now the Oregon Companion to Obamacare is to take effect today. Although you'll be able to look at a plan you might be interested in signing up for under 'Cover Oregon' Technical Website problems are not actually letting you sign up.
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News - Oregon Session

By admin Tue 1st October News
The Oregon Legislature has kicked off a special session to consider pension cuts, tax changes, and agricultural regulations.
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Evening News Update

By admin Mon 30th September News
The Justice Department is suing North Carolina for alleged Racial Discrimination. Today is the first day of the Special Session for the Legislator's in Oregon. A Sheriff's Deputy rescues an 88 year old woman and her three dogs. And Weekend storms drenched the Northwest, with more rain falling in a day or two than some cities typically get in all of September.
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Western Washington Hit With Tornado

By Jim McCoy Mon 30th September Newstornadoweather
The National Weather Service confirms the winds that damaged industrial buildings in western Washington, including a Boeing factory, were a tornado. Meteorologist Johnny Burg says a team from the Weather Service office in Seattle went to the scene Monday and certified the tornado, based on eyewitness accounts. The tornado at 7:20 a.m.Read More »

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