Biologists Plan To Re-Collar Wandering Wolf

By Jim McCoy Mon 25th August NewsOR-7
Biologists plan to recapture and re-collar OR-7, Oregon's famous wandering wolf that is now a settled father of pups. The Medford Mail Tribune reports that the plan calls for recapturing the male wolf along with his mate and three pups to keep tracking Western Oregon's only known wolf family as they work their way toward pack status.Read More »

790 Fire Continues To Grow

By Jim McCoy Mon 25th August News790 fireSky Lakes Wildernesswildfires
According to a spokesman from the Oregon Department of Forestry, the 790 fire in the Sky Lakes Wilderness has grown to a total size of 1,686 acres. Fire crews were very successful in shoring up the eastern most flanks of the fire. Current fire activity remains moderate and has moved south across Big Ben Creek and toward Luther Mountain.Read More »

Missing Klamath Area Man Found Alive

By Jim McCoy Fri 22nd August Newsmissing personRandel Jon Brown
A 51-year old man reported missing April 21, 2014, to Oregon State Police detectives was found Thursday with the help of Portland Police Bureau at a homeless shelter in Portland. The man was in good health and his family is aware of his whereabouts. 51-year old Randel Jon Brown was reported missing by his mother to OSP Klamath Falls detectives.Read More »

Health Advisory Lifted For Mill Beach

By Jim McCoy Fri 22nd August Newsbacteriahealth advisoryMill Beach
The Oregon Health Authority today lifted a public health advisory for contact with marine water at Mill Beach, located in Curry County. The agency issued the advisory August 7 after water samples showed higher-than-normal levels of fecal bacteria in ocean waters.Read More »

Agency To Release More Water For Klamath Salmon

A federal agency says it will release more cool, clean water into Northern California's Klamath River to prevent a repeat of a 2002 fish kill that left tens of thousands of adult salmon dead. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation Regional Director David Murrillo said Friday the drought has produced low and warm water conditions very similar to those in 2002.Read More »

Police: Zachary Brimhall Considered "Killing A Lot Of People"

A gunman who fatally shot his father and then a man camping at an Oregon beach left a suicide note that said he was mentally ill and planned to "kill a bunch of other people" and then himself. Zachary Brimhall's message says he had been mentally ill his entire life. His note says he'd reached the point of deciding just to kill himself or to kill others and then himself.Read More »

Winds Fuel Growth of Sky Lakes Wilderness 790 Fire

By Jim McCoy Fri 22nd August News790 fireSky Lakes Wildernesswildfires
Wind fueled the growth of a stubborn wildfire in south central Oregon. Forestry spokesman Scott Blower says: "Yesterday afternoon, winds increased as relative humidity’s decreased, prompting more increased fire growth on the 790 Fire. Crews worked late into the evening in an effort to suppress the increased fire activity.Read More »

State of Oregon Suing Oracle

By Jim McCoy Fri 22nd August NewsCover OregonOracleState of Oregon
Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum says she's filed a lawsuit against Oracle Corp. and several of its executives over the technology company's role in the state's troubled health insurance exchange. The lawsuit filed Friday in Marion County Circuit Court seeks more than $200 million in damages. It alleges that Oracle officials made false statements and submitted false claims.Read More »

News - Holder Visits Missouri

By admin Fri 22nd August News
Attorney General Eric Holder has been trying to assure the residents of Ferguson that the Government will conduct a fair, thorough and independent investigation.
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News - Ebola Patients Released

By admin Fri 22nd August News
Two American Patients cured of Ebola have been released from the Hospital.
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