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Evening News Update

By admin Tue 7th January News
An Update on the Frozen Midwest, the Oregon Flu Season, a Real Estate Update, and a Dock ashore in Coos Bay
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Morning News Update

By admin Tue 7th January News
An Update on the Weather, Iraq Insurgents, Real Estate, and a Highway Crash in Oregon
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News - Real Estate Update

By admin Tue 7th January News
An Update on the National and Southern Oregon Real Estate Market
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Grants Pass Radio Shack Robbed

By Jim McCoy Tue 7th January NewsRadio Shackrobbery
Grants Pass authorities are looking for two suspects who robbed a Radio Shack store on NE 7th St. in Grants Pass at around 6:52 p.m. Monday night. The suspects allegedly had a gun and demanded money from a store employee. They made off with an undisclosed amount of cash. Police searched the area, assisted by a police K9, but they were unsuccessful in catching the suspects.Read More »

News - Iraq Insurgents

By admin Tue 7th January News
Officials say attacks in Iraq have killed at least four people as Government Troops continue heir siege of 2 cities overrun by AlQaida
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News - Frozen Midwest

By admin Tue 7th January News
A Dangerous Mass of Arctic Air is marching toward the South and east after leaving much of the Midwest miserable with wind chills.
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State Awards Money To Expand Technical Education

By Jim McCoy Tue 7th January NewsEducationeducation grants
Oregon officials announced Tuesday that 140 schools will split $8.9 million to boost career and technical education. The 2011 Legislature approved $2 million to bring back vocational programs to 21 middle schools and high schools, and the 2013 Legislature more than quadrupled that expenditure. A committee reviewed applications from districts across the state and awarded grant monRead More »

Portland School Negotiations Go 21 Hours; No Deal

By Jim McCoy Tue 7th January Newslabor talksPortland Schools
The two sides bargained for 21 hours but went home Tuesday morning without a contract to cover Portland public school teachers. The president of the Portland Association of Teachers, Gwen Sullivan, told The Oregonian (http://bit.ly/1acAGgF) a deal was close, and the bargainers would be in touch later this week. Spokesman Robb Cowie said school district officials were also disappoRead More »

Broken Docks Washes Ashore In Coos Bay

By Jim McCoy Tue 7th January Newsdock
Residents near Lighthouse Beach in Coos Bay woke up Monday to find that six large sections of a broken dock had washed ashore overnight. The largest is about 15 feet long, and they include sections of wood, cement and plastic foam, which is littering the beach. It's not tsunami debris from Japan.Read More »

Evening News Update

By admin Mon 6th January News
Update on the Deep Freeze, Surveillance Hearings, Oregon Flue Cases, and Utah Gay Marriages
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