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"Cover Oregon" Struggles

By Jim McCoy Fri 8th November NewsCover Oregonhealth care
The state of Oregon plans to hire at least 400 people to process paper applications for health insurance that still can't be purchased through a website. The announcement on Friday comes amid worries that Cover Oregon could run out of time to sign up enough Oregonians by the Dec.Read More »

News - Oregon Storm

By admin Fri 8th November News
Upwards of 12 thousand homes lost power earlier today mostly in the Portland area
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News - Marijuana Dispensaries

By admin Fri 8th November News
The Clock is ticking on formulating an agreement on medical Marijuana dispensaries between cities and the state.
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News - Typhoon Haiyan

By admin Fri 8th November News
Official say at last four people have died as the strongest typhoon this year slammed into the Philippines today.
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Morning News Update

By admin Fri 8th November News
Typhooh Haiyan, Marijuana Dispensaires, 60 Minutes Misled
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Evening News Update

By admin Thu 7th November News
Swiss scientists say Yasser Arafat ingested radioactive polonium. If You want to find the most expensive child care in the nation, Oregon is the place to look. Investigators have released a preliminary report on the June 2012 plane crash near Veneta that killed four Oregon County Fair Workers on a scenic tour.Read More »
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Medford Water Commission Won't Wait For Expansion Project

By Jim McCoy Thu 7th November NewsMedford Water Commission
The Medford Water Commission won't join neighboring cities trying to delay the need for upgrading treatment plant. The Mail Tribune (http://bit.ly/1iPwpzK ) reports Thursday that commission members say their primary mission is supplying water to the people of Medford, and they have already adopted many of the conservation strategies the group is promoting. The cities of Talent, PRead More »

Oregon's Math, Reading Scores Steady

By Jim McCoy Thu 7th November NewsEducation
Oregon's fourth- and eighth-graders are doing about the same on math and reading tests as they were two years ago and aren't far from the national averages. The 2013 Nation's Report Card released on Thursday says 41 percent of Oregon's fourth-graders and 34 percent of eighth-graders scored at or above the proficient level for math, compared to 42 percent and 34 percent nationally.Read More »

16-Year Old Arrested In Grants Pass Carjacking

By Jim McCoy Thu 7th November Newscarjacking
Authorities in Grants Pass, Ore., say a 16-year-old boy has been arrested in the gunpoint carjacking of a 2002 BMW that happened three weeks ago. Grants Pass police say the teen was arrested Tuesday night after the stolen vehicle crashed. Detective Sgt. Dan Evans says police believe the boy is the "masked male" who pulled a gun on a woman and her daughter on the evening of Oct.Read More »

Storm Blows Through Northwest Oregon

By Jim McCoy Thu 7th November Newsstormweather
A November storm struck northwest Oregon on Thursday morning, knocking out power in some parts of Portland and blowing down a barn in Polk County. The National Weather Service said it would send investigators to check out reports of a twister southeast of Dallas, where the barn was destroyed. No one was injured. An estimated 12,000 customers lost power in north Portland.Read More »

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