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Mother's Insanity Plea Questioned

By Jim McCoy Wed 10th December NewsJillian McCabe
Prosecutors have told a judge that a woman accused of throwing her 6-year-old autistic son off a bridge on the Oregon coast had earlier done Internet research on the terms "guilty but insane" and "not guilty by reason of insanity." KATU-TV reports (http://is.gd/GLjHuV ) that the judge at Tuesday's hearing in Newport said Jillian McCabe's defense team can attend her mental health evaluatRead More »

Sale Of Bend Craft Brewery Creates Backlash

By Jim McCoy Wed 10th December News10 Barrel BreweryAnheuser- Busch
When the Facebook page of an Oregon brewery lit up with condemnations, loyal beer drinkers said the brewers were greedy "sellouts." Some fans threatened to boycott the brand. One declared he would stop wearing a T-shirt promoting the beer. What did 10 Barrel Brewing do to provoke such a backlash?Read More »

Funding Approved For Regulating Pot

By Jim McCoy Wed 10th December Newsmarijuana
Oregon lawmakers have approved nearly $600,000 so the Liquor Control Commission can begin making rules for legal marijuana. The Legislature's Emergency Board approved the funding on Wednesday. The move will allow the commission to hire four workers: a program manager, two policy analysts and a public affairs staffer.Read More »

More Shots Fired In Medford

By Jim McCoy Wed 10th December Newsshots fired
A day after shots were fired in the area of Boardman Street in Medford there was a report of more gunshots- this time in the area of nearby Manzanita and Beatty streets. The Medford police say on their Facebook page that no bullet holes or shell casing were found, but say it’s still likely that what residents reported hearing at around 9 p.m. Tuesday were indeed gunshots.

Strike At The U of O Ends

By Jim McCoy Wed 10th December NewsstrikeUniversity of Oregon
In the middle of exam week, graduate teaching assistants at the University of Oregon have reached a contract agreement with the school's administration and ended their strike. The Eugene Register-Guard reported (http://bit.ly/1yQAQ9b) Wednesday the compromise gives the graduate teachers some control over what's described as a souped-up hardship fund for medical and maternity purposes. Read More »

News - CIA Report

By admin Wed 10th December News
President Obama is hoping the CIA Report will leave Harsh CIA techniques "In the past."
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Morning News Update

By admin Wed 10th December News
Morning Update on the CIA Report, Access Help, and the Oregon Weather.
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News - Access Help

By admin Wed 10th December News
Heading into the Christmas season the 'Access' Food pantry could use some help.
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Measure 92 Backers Suing Over Ballot Counting Criteria

By Jim McCoy Tue 9th December NewselectionsGMO labelingMeasure 92
With their measure still trailing in a recount, sponsors of an Oregon ballot measure that would require labels on genetically modified foods have filed a lawsuit challenging the method used to make sure signatures on ballot envelopes are not forged.Read More »

TA's, Negotiators Talk, But No Deal

By Jim McCoy Tue 9th December NewsStriking Teaching Assistants
The union reports that bargainers for the University of Oregon and striking graduate teaching assistants are negotiating Tuesday. Spokesman Justin Buchanan says bargaining that lasted until 2 a.m. Tuesday didn't produce an agreement. But the two sides agreed to meet again beginning at 10 a.m.Read More »

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