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Oregon Gas Prices Continue Rise

By Jim McCoy Mon 23rd February NewsAAAgas pricesOregon
The AAA auto club reports the average price of a gallon of gasoline in Oregon is $2.46. That's up 11 cents in a week and 28 cents in a month. It's 16 cents higher than the national average. Some metro figures from Monday's AAA survey: Portland $2.47, Salem $2.43, Eugene-Springfield $2.52, and Medford-Ashland $2.53.

News - World Antisemitism

By admin Mon 23rd February News
Holocaust Survivor Irving Roth says he's seeing a level of antisemitism taking place similar to what led up to WWII
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News - Ashland Fire Burn

By admin Mon 23rd February News
Firefighters in Ashland are conducting preliminary wild land burns before the fire season begins in Oregon.
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News - Oregon Gun Laws

By admin Fri 20th February News
Concern over increased gun laws in Oregon might be well founded this legislative session.
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Fire Damages Neighboring East Medford Homes

By Jim McCoy Fri 20th February News935 Village Circle DrivefireMedford
The Medford Fire Department responded to an 8:41 a.m. alarm this morning, alerting them to a house fire at 935 Village Circle Drive. As crews arrived, firefighters received a second alarm coming from 939 Village Circle Drive as the fire had spread. Fire officials say there was a report of a resident still in the first house, but that turned out not to be the case.Read More »

Gov. Brown Announces Death Penalty Policy

Oregon Gov. Kate Brown says she'll continue a death penalty moratorium imposed by her predecessor, John Kitzhaber, who resigned in an ethics scandal. Brown told reporters Friday at her first news conference as governor that she believes the death penalty should be re-examined. Kitzhaber announced in 2011 that he would block all executions during his tenure.Read More »

Deadline Looms In Port Labor Dispute

By Jim McCoy Fri 20th February Newsport disputeUS Department of Labor
With a Friday deadline looming, negotiators for the two sides in the contract dispute that has snarled international trade at West Coast seaports are laboring to reach a settlement. U.S. Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez told dockworkers and their employers that if they cannot seal a deal in San Francisco, he'll take the parties to Washington.Read More »

News - Extremism Summit

By admin Fri 20th February News
President Obama says the idea that a group like the Islamic State Represents Islam is a "Falsehood"
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Deschutes DA: No Charges In Shooting Of Intruder

By Jim McCoy Fri 20th February Newsintruder shotJohn PerryShane Munoz
The Deschutes County prosecutor has closed a 2-year-old case by announcing that a man who shot an intruder won't be charged. KTVZ-TV reports http://bit.ly/1CUXb6e ) that District Attorney John Hummel held a news conference Thursday about the killing of 33-year-old Shane Munoz. On June 24, 2012, Kevin Perry and his girlfriend returned to Perry's home to find the front door smashedRead More »

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