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News - Wildlife Confirmations

By admin Fri 22nd May News
The State Senate has confirmed two appointments to the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission.
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Oregon Legislature Passes Bill To Keep Guns Away From Domsestic Abusers

The Oregon Senate has approved a measure aimed at keeping firearms from people convicted of domestic violence or under a restraining order.

Gresham Democrat Sen.Read More »

Shooting Victim Identified, Suspect At Large

By Jim McCoy Thu 21st May NewsMichael Scott Todnemshooting

Authorities have released the name of the man wounded in a Wednesday morning shooting incident. 25-year old Michael Scott Todnem is recovering from a wound to his torso at Three Rivers Hospital in Grants Pass.

Further details are under investigation. The hospital reported receiving Todnem into care for his injuries at 5:30 a.m. Wednesday.Read More »

Judge Hears Arguments On Jackson County's GMO Ban

By Jim McCoy Thu 21st May NewsJackon County GMO ban

A federal judge who listened to two hours of arguments in a lawsuit that challenges a southern Oregon county's ban on genetically modified crops says he might rule as early as next week.

The Medford Mail Tribune reports (http://is.gd/Um1rBy) that U.S. Magistrate Judge Mark Clarke is being asked to decide whether Jackson County's ordinance can take effect June 6.Read More »

Freeway Rock Tosser Convicted

By Jim McCoy Thu 21st May Newsrock throwing incident

A Sutherlin man has been convicted of assault in a 2012 case in which a rock thrown from an Interstate 5 overpass shattered the windshield of a car and seriously injured a University of Oregon distance runner.

The Eugene Register-Guard reports (http://is.gd/Tx64cb ) that 21-year-old Hayden Ray Tabor pleaded no contest in Douglas County Circuit Court to charges of third-degree assRead More »

Traffic Stop Near Gold Hill Nets Huge Drug Haul

By Jim McCoy Thu 21st May News

An Oregon State Police trooper seized more than 30 pounds of narcotics during a traffic stop in Jackson County.

The Medford Mail Tribune reports (http://is.gd/RL6xS9 ) that a K-9 trooper stopped a Mercury SUV after he saw it weaving in and out of traffic on Interstate 5 near Gold Hill.

According to a probable cause affidavit filed in Jackson County Circuit Court, Read More »

Feds, Miners Take Step Back In Dispute

By Jim McCoy Thu 21st May NewsOath KeepersRick BarclayUS BLM

The federal government and southern Oregon gold miners have each taken a step back from tensions over a mining claim where a constitutional activist group has posted armed guards.

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is holding off enforcement action.Read More »

News - California Oil Spill

By admin Thu 21st May News
Oil Floating Off the California Coast after a spill from a broken pipe now stretches about 9 miles.
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News - Gyrocopter Case

By admin Thu 21st May News
The Gyrocopter Pilot who landed on the US Capitol is due back in Federal Court Today.
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News - Increasing Holiday Travel

By admin Thu 21st May News
AAA Estimates You'll be joining 37 Million Americans on the Road this Holiday.
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