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Bank of America Robbery Suspect Arrested In Arizona

By Jim McCoy Fri 18th October NewsAmy Cookbank robbery
A woman suspected of robbing the Bank of America branch on Stevens street in Medford June 5, has been arrested in Pima County, Arizona. 39-year old Amy Joy Cook was arrested there related to a crime she is accused of in the Pima County jurisdiction. Cook will eventually be extradited back to Oregon once her Arizona charges are resolved.Read More »

Community Honors Cody Patterson

By Jim McCoy Fri 18th October NewsCody Pattersonfallen soldierPhilomath
Hundreds of people, many with American flags in hand, greeted a motorcade Thursday afternoon in Philomath as it escorted the remains of fallen soldier Cody James Patterson through his hometown. Patterson was an Army Ranger and 2007 Philomath High School graduate. He was killed Oct. 6 during his second deployment to Afghanistan.Read More »

Grandparent Killer Sentenced To Life

A man who strangled and robbed his grandparents after they celebrated his release from prison was sentenced Friday in Seattle to life in prison without parole. That was the only possible sentence for Michael Chadd Boysen after he entered a guilty plea to aggravated murder charges Oct.Read More »

Morning News Update

By admin Fri 18th October News
As Government workers get back to work, President Barack Obama is thanking them and blasting Republican Lawmakers. A Reminder of Earthquake potential have been part of a practice drill in Oregon and around the world. The United Nations is calling on the U.S.Read More »
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News - Earthquake Drill

By admin Fri 18th October News
'Drop, Cover, and Hold On' was a focus yesterday for millions around the world in an annual earthquake survival drill. 24 Million people around the world were part of the 'Great Shakeout' in preparation for local quake's
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News - Budget Deadline Recap

By admin Fri 18th October News
President Barack Obama says the American People "Are completely fed up with Washington" and it's time to change the way business is done in the Capital.
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Evening News Update

By admin Thu 17th October News
As Government Workers get back to work, President Barack Obama is thanking them and blasting Republican Lawmakers. A Reminder of earthquake potential has been part of a practice drill in Oregon and around the world.Read More »
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Oregon To Recognize Out-of-State Gay Marriages

By Jim McCoy Thu 17th October Newsgay marriage
Although it's still illegal for same-sex couples to marry in Oregon, the state is now recognizing the marriages of those who tie the knot in another state or country. In a memo sent to state agencies Wednesday, state Chief Operating Officer Michael Jordan said any same-sex couple who gets married in a place where it is legal will now be eligible for the same benefits as any other married Read More »

Shutdown On National Forest Logging Lifted

By Jim McCoy Thu 17th October NewsloggingUS Forest Service
The U.S. Forest Service is lifting a logging ban on national forests imposed as part of the government shutdown. The agency filed documents in U.S. District Court in Medford on Thursday saying that contract officers will start notifying timber purchasers that they can resume work.Read More »

Oregon Senate President: No Special Session For Bridge

By Jim McCoy Thu 17th October NewsColumbia River crossingSen. Peter Courtney
The president of the Oregon Senate has put the brakes on a special session to revive a Columbia River bridge project. The Oregonian reports (http://bit.ly/1bZlLZt) the legislative leader, Peter Courtney of Salem, says public hearings should come next. And Courtney said Wednesday that if Oregon is going to consider building the bridge without help from the state of Washington, theRead More »

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