News - Oregon Economic Forecast

By admin Fri 15th May News
Oregon Economists have adjusted their outlook for the state with a more positive projection.
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News - Amtrak Investigation

By admin Fri 15th May News
Philadelphia's Mayor says all passengers and crew have been accounted for after the deadly Amtrak crash.
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Former Josephine County Deputy Investigator Questioned On Belief In Zombies

By Jim McCoy Fri 15th May NewsGary Goins trialJosh White

A former detective who investigated the slayings of a Southern Oregon husband and wife has testified he feels there is some truth to stories about flesh-eating zombies.

The Grants Pass Daily Courier ( ) reports former Josephine County deputy Josh White was called Wednesday by defense lawyers in the trial of Gary Goins.Read More »

BREAKING NEWS :Boston Marathon Bomber Sentenced To Death

Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been sentenced to die by lethal injection for the 2013 terror attack.

The federal jury in Massachusetts reached the decision Friday after more than 14 hours of deliberations over three days.

The 21-year-old Tsarnaev was convicted last month of all 30 federal charges against him, 17 of which carried the possibility of tRead More »

Report: Boating Deaths Down In Oregon, US

By Jim McCoy Fri 15th May Newsboating deaths

Seven people were killed during recreational boating accidents in Oregon last year, the lowest number in the state since 1990.Read More »

Woman Who Lost Custody Arrested For Abducting Daughter

By Jim McCoy Fri 15th May Newschild abductionKaitlyn Wirth

Authorities in Tillamook County say a woman has been arrested after abducting the 3-year-old daughter she'd lost custody of.

Police said 19-year-old Kaitlyne M.Read More »

Eugene, Springfield Hospital Workers Vote To Unionize

By Jim McCoy Fri 15th May NewsPeaceHealth Sacred HeartSEIU

Workers at PeaceHealth Sacred Heart hospitals in Eugene and Springfield are set to vote about whether to unionize.

The Eugene Register-Guard reports ( ) that frontline workers like housekeepers and certified nursing assistants will vote in late May.

The workers say they want improved staffing, better health insurance coverage and higher wages.Read More »

Revenue Forecast Suggests A Bigger "Kicker" For Oregon Taxpayers

By Jim McCoy Thu 14th May NewskickerOregon revenuetaxes

State economists are raising their estimates for the "kicker" rebates Oregon taxpayers are expected to get.

The quarterly revenue forecast released Thursday projects more than $473 million will be refunded to taxpayers.

That's $123 million more in rebates than was predicted in February.

The exact amount of kickers won't be fixed until after the two-Read More »

UPDATE:Authorities Search For Grants Pass Man

By Jim McCoy Thu 14th May NewsMelvin Dean Chanleymissing person

Public safety officials are looking for a Grants Pass man who was reported missing by his wife early this morning. 58-year old Melvin Dean Chanley is 6-foot-1, 175 pounds and has wavy gray hair and brown eyes.

Chanley’s wife says her husband has an adult learning disability and he walks wherever he goes. Mr. Chanley last talked with his wife around 6 p.m.Read More »

News - Police Memorial

By admin Thu 14th May News
An Observance of those Police Officers who have died in the line of duty has been held in Oregon.
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