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Baby Orca, Other Discoveries Made By Whale-Watching Team

By Jim McCoy Thu 5th March NewsNOAA Fisheriesorcaswhale watching
A new baby orca wasn't the only interesting discovery NOAA Fisheries researchers made while tracking endangered killer whales at sea. The team returned to Newport, Oregon, earlier this week after 21 days spent following the orcas to find out where they go and what they eat during the winter.Read More »

News - Homeland Bill Signed

By admin Thu 5th March News
President Obama has signed a law funding the Homeland Security Department.
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News - Obamacare Case

By admin Thu 5th March News
The Supreme Court has heard arguments in a case that will determine the fate of Tax subsidies that make Health Insurance affordable for millions of Americans.
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News - Carbon Tax

By admin Thu 5th March News
Democrats in the Oregon House have approved a Bill aimed at combating Climate change by adding a Tax.
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Morning News Update

By admin Thu 5th March News
Morning Update on the Ambassador Attack, the Homeland Security Bill, Oregon's Carbon Tax, and the Obamacare Case.
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Mother Accused Of Tossing Son From Bridge Enters Plea

By Jim McCoy Thu 5th March NewsJillian Meredith McCabeMatt McCabe
A woman accused of throwing her 6-year-old autistic son to his death off a bridge on the Oregon coast last November has pleaded not guilty to murder charges. The Oregonian reports (http://is.gd/nD9vsf ) that defense lawyers entered the pleas on behalf of Jillian McCabe on Monday in Lincoln County Circuit Court in Newport.Read More »

Detained Veterinarian Returns Home To Oregon

By Jim McCoy Thu 5th March NewsStacey Addison
A globe-trotting veterinarian held for six months in a Southeast Asian country has returned to Oregon, landing Wednesday night at Portland International Airport. KATU-TV reports (http://is.gd/e5tTdD) that Stacey Addison told reporters she's thrilled to be back and thankful for all the support she received. Addison's mother, Bernadette Kero, Oregon lawmakers and U.S.Read More »

Minivan Donated To Punished Tardy Child's Family

By Jim McCoy Thu 5th March NewsHunter Cmelotardy child
Thanks to the generosity of some southern Oregon businesses, a family whose 6-year-old son was publicly punished for tardiness now has a refurbished minivan to help make sure he gets to school on time. A photo posted on Facebook of young Hunter Cmelo sitting isolated behind a cardboard screen in a school lunchroom generated widespread outrage.Read More »

House Fire Near Brookings Claims 3 Lives

By Jim McCoy Thu 5th March NewsDouglas LandersfireKelly Landers
Authorities say an early morning house fire killed three people near Brookings, Oregon. Curry County Sheriff John Ward says the blaze was reported Wednesday shortly before 4 a.m. A Brookings police officer was first on the scene.Read More »

"Carbon Fuels" Bill Passes Oregon House

By Jim McCoy Thu 5th March Newscarbon fuels billSB 324
Democrats in the Oregon House have approved a bill aimed at combatting climate change despite Republican threats to derail a proposed transportation spending plan. The bill passed Wednesday by the narrowest of margins after five hours of debate. The 31-29 vote sends the bill to Democratic Gov. Kate Brown, who has spoken favorably of it.Read More »

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