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Medford Police To Conduct Crosswalk Enforcement May 19th

By Jim McCoy Mon 12th May Newscrosswalk enforcementpedestrians
To raise awareness of pedestrian safety and the rules concerning right of ways, the Medford Police Department is conducting a crosswalk enforcement Monday, May 19. The three-hour operation will be from 9 a.m. to noon at the corner of East 4th St. and Bartlett. Motorists must stop and remain stopped when a pedestrian enters a crosswalk in the motorist's lane and the adjacent lane of traffic.Read More »

Search Continues For Missing Skier at Mt. Bachelor

By Jim McCoy Mon 12th May Newsmissing skierRyan Melrose DeYoung
The search is continuing Monday morning for a skier on Mount Bachelor. Deschutes County deputies and the Mount Bachelor Ski Patrol believe 21-year-old Ryan Melrose DeYoung of Bend went past a "catch line" Sunday on the ski resort boundary. KTVZ reports (http://bit.ly/1lbVpSJ) DeYoung is described as autistic. Search and rescue teams have been searching the slopes by ski Read More »

Authorities Call Klamath County Death "A Killing"

By Jim McCoy Mon 12th May Newsdeath investigationSteven Edward Dann
Klamath County authorities say they're investigating the death of a 61-year-old man east of Klamath Falls. District Attorney Rob Patridge said the body of Steven Edward Dann was found Saturday.Read More »

Teen Will Admit Planning To Blow Up High School

By Jim McCoy Mon 12th May Newsbombing plotGrant Acord
His lawyer says a teenager accused of building bombs and plotting an attack on his Albany high school plans to admit to the charges in juvenile court. Seventeen-year-old Grant Acord is to appear before a judge in Corvallis on Monday.Read More »

Morning News Update

By admin Mon 12th May News
Update this Morning on a Winter Storm in May, a vote in Ukraine, Southern Oregon's Abortion Initiative and more
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News - Winter Storm

By admin Mon 12th May News
There's a winter storm warning for most of Northern Colorado and parts of Southern Wyoming into this morning.
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News - Ukraine Vote

By admin Mon 12th May News
Pro-Russian Insurgents say the vast majority of voters in the key industrial region of Donetsk in Eastern Ukraine have voted for Sovereignty in a referendum held Sunday.
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News - Abortion Initiative

By admin Mon 12th May News
An Effort to remove taxpayer money from going toward abortions in Oregon is behind where they were in a similar campaign 2 years ago.
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Youth Issues Tackled In "Major Problems For Minor People"

Youth issues ranging from social media to suicide will be discussed at "Major Problems For Minor People," Tuesday, May 13 at the Smullin Center, starting at 6 p.m. The Jackson County Sheriff's Department hosts the event, teaming with other agency partners to discuss an array of topics that affect children and teens in Southern Oregon. Resources will be made available for struggling families.Read More »

Prison Escapee Seen Southeast of Salem

By Jim McCoy Fri 9th May NewsClinton Swearigenescapee
Oregon State Police say a man who escaped from a Central Oregon prison has been seen in the Cascade Range town Mill City southeast of Salem. The police said Friday morning that several people had reported seeing 31-year-old Clinton Orvill Swearingen II within the last 24 hours, one person saying he was driving a small red truck. Prison officials said he climbed a razor-wire fenceRead More »

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