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News - Oregon Election Update

By admin Tue 20th May News
It Looks like voting in this year's Primary Election will far outpace the last.
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Morning News Update

By admin Tue 20th May News
Morning Update on Oregon Marriage, Thailand Under Martial Law, an Election Update, and Oregon's Economy.
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Judge Strikes Down Oregon's Gay Marriage Ban

By Jim McCoy Mon 19th May Newsgay marriageOregon law
A federal judge has struck down Oregon's same-sex marriage ban, saying it is unconstitutional. U.S.Read More »

Southern Oregon Employment Continues Picking Up

By Jim McCoy Mon 19th May Newseconomyjobs
Thanks to seasonal hiring trends for summer tourism, Southern Oregon is seeing an increase in employment. Jackson county gained 430 job in April, 300 coming in the leisure and hospitality sector. With that said, Jackson County- like most of the region- saw no change in the unemployment rate- although both counties have substantially better unemployment rates than they had at this time in 2013.Read More »

Two Cited For Crabbing Violations

By Jim McCoy Mon 19th May Newscrabbing
Oregon State Police say two men have been cited in an investigation of illegal crabbing off Cape Falcon along the north coast of Oregon. In a statement Monday, the police said the investigation began in December and led investigators to recover more than 150 crab pots this month, many with rotting crabs or crab parts. The police identified the owner of the fishing vessel ValkyrieRead More »

Suspect Sought In Several Medford Crimes

By Jim McCoy Mon 19th May NewsCrimeJonathan Paul McDonald
A man that Medford Police say has been arrested several times since March is once again being sought. 25-year old Jonathan Paul McDonald is now wanted in relation to recent thefts from a home in the 100 block of White Oak Drive in Medford. The victims reported last Wednesday that someone had broken into their home through an unlocked door and stole a purse, along with other valuables.Read More »

Morning News Update

By admin Mon 19th May News
Morning update on Libya, Common Core unrest, a Same Sex Ruling, and Chinese Hackers.
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News - Turkey Mine Disaster

By admin Mon 19th May News
Turkish News Reports say sensors pointed to high levels of toxic gas inside a coal mine days before Turkey's worst mining disaster, but company officials took no action.
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News - Common Core Controversy

By admin Mon 19th May News
The Oregon Education association says their problem with common core testing isn't with the State Head of Education as much as Obama's Education Secretary.
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News - Libyan Unrest

By admin Mon 19th May News
Libya's Army Chief has ordered the deployment of Islamist-Led Militias to the Capital, a day after the storming of the Parliament Building in Tripoli.
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