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News - Texas Oil Spill

By admin Mon 24th March News
No Timetable has been set to reopen the Houston Ship Channel after nearly 170,000 gallons of tar-like oil spilled into the busy Texas Waterway.
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News - Washington Mudslide

By admin Mon 24th March News
Authorities say the death toll from a massive landslide in rural Washington State has doubled.
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News - Dry Dock Checks

By admin Mon 24th March News
As Summertime nears, boat owners are being given a chance to have their water craft inspected before they hit the lakes and streams.
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Ashland Mulls Medical Marijuana Moratorium

By Jim McCoy Mon 24th March NewsAshlandmedical marijuana
One of Oregon's more liberal cities is considering a moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries. The Ashland Daily Tidings newspaper reports (http://is.gd/MqjCai) that the Oregon Health Authority Medical Marijuana Dispensary Program has already received six dispensary applications for Ashland. But neighborhood opposition has been increasing and the council will discuss a moratoRead More »

Flood Insurance Concerns Hit Oregon High Desert

By Jim McCoy Mon 24th March Newsflood insurance
From the coast to the high desert, more than 9,300 policies in Oregon face higher premiums as the government looks to erase a $24 billion shortfall in the National Flood Insurance Program. Congress passed a law two years ago requiring policyholders to pay rates that reflect the true flood risk. But the new prices were so steep that President Barack Obama signed a law Friday that Read More »

Prisoner Is Charged With Rape In Coos Bay Cold Case

By Jim McCoy Mon 24th March NewsDNAPeter Shiannarape
A California prison inmate has been charged in a Coos Bay rape that occurred more than six years ago. The World newspaper reports (http://is.gd/FW2Jxi ) that 43-year-old Peter Shianna was lodged in the Coos County Jail and faces charges of rape and sexual abuse. Chief Deputy District Attorney Mark Monson said a woman reported being raped on Christmas Eve 2007.Read More »

BREAKING NEWS (8:19 AM): Both Lanes Now Open On I-5 Near Gold Hill

By Jim McCoy Mon 24th March Newstraffic accident
Both lanes are open on Interstate 5 just north of Gold Hill. The Oregon Department of Transportation announced the re-opening at 8:16 a.m. Early Monday morning, there was an accident involving a semi-truck heading north on Interstate 5.Read More »

Evening News Update

By admin Fri 21st March News
Update on the Missing Malaysian Airliner, the European Union in placing sanctions on Russia, Oregon has declared a drought, and what is going on with Cover Oregon.
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ODOT Stings Moving Companies

By Jim McCoy Fri 21st March Newsmoving companiesODOT
Oregon Department of Transportation employees posed as moving customers at a home in Troutdale to test whether movers followed state law.Read More »

Medford Seeking To Make Dispensary Moratorium Permanent

After the Oregon Legislature voted last month to allow cities and counties to put one-year moratoriums on medical marijuana dispensaries, many local jurisdictions started working on ordinances to do just that. In Southern Oregon, the Medford City Council voted Thursday to enact a permanent ban on pot shops, even though the Legislature decided not to allow local jurisdictions to go that faRead More »

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