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Police Searching For Man In Truax Road Area Shooting

By Jim McCoy Tue 11th November NewsshootingWade Eugene Phillips
A SWAT team, search dogs and a helicopter are searching for a man suspected of killing a woman at a residence on Truax Road in Central Point. Jackson County Sheriff's Detective Sgt. Nathan Sickler says the suspect, 42-year-old Wade Phillips, was last seen wearing a white T-shirt, jeans and cowboy boots.Read More »

New Pot Shops Unpopular With Neighbors

By Jim McCoy Tue 11th November Newspot shops
The booming new marijuana industry has an image problem. Not with government officials and the public - but with other businesses. New marijuana retailers and growers face suspicion from their commercial neighbors, from smell complaints to crime fears. The conflict is especially strong in Denver, which now has 200 pot shops.Read More »

Pesticide Company Fined In Bee Die-Off

By Jim McCoy Tue 11th November NewsbeesGlass Tree Care
State regulators have levied fines totaling $16,000 for gross negligence in the deaths of some 1,000 bees killed by pesticides sprayed on flowering trees at a Eugene apartment complex last June. The Oregon Department of Agriculture announced Monday it levied a civil penalty of $10,000 against Glass Tree Care and Spray Service in Eugene, and $6,000 for the man who did the actual spraying. Read More »

Albany Couple Convicted In Faith Healing Death

By Jim McCoy Tue 11th November Newsfaith healing deathTravis & Wenona Rossieter
An Albany couple has been convicted of manslaughter in the faith-healing death of their 12-year-old daughter who had diabetes. KEZI reports (http://bit.ly/1qCpdvx) a Linn County jury returned the verdict Monday evening against Wenona and Travis Rossiter. Prosecutors said they were negligent in the death of their daughter Syble who died in 2013 from a complication from her diseasRead More »

High Desert Museum Plans Otter Exhibit Remodel

By Jim McCoy Tue 11th November NewsHigh Desert Museum
The High Desert Museum south of Bend plans to remodel its otter exhibit, a move that would give visitors a better glimpse of Rogue the river otter and his still-unnamed companion. The Bend Bulletin reports (http://is.gd/UX6g42 ) the museum on U.S. Highway 97 must raise $250,000 by June 30 get a matching amount from the state. About half that amount has been raised so far.Read More »

News - Oregon Winter Weather

By admin Tue 11th November News
NOAA is saying there is a chance of snow Wednesday night through Friday in the Mountains of the North West.
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News - Lava Destruction -

By admin Tue 11th November News
Hawaii has had the first home burned by Lava.
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Morning News Update

By admin Tue 11th November News
Morning Update on the Asian Summit, Northwest Weather, the Hawaii Lava Flow, and North Korea.
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News - Asian Summit

By admin Tue 11th November News
Chinese Presidnet Xi Jinping is calling on Asia-Pacific leaders to strengthen trade ties at a summit Beijing is using to boost its role as a regional power.
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OSU, SOU Enrollment Grows, U of O Down Slightly

By Jim McCoy Tue 11th November Newscollege enrollment
Figures from the Oregon University System show that enrollment at Oregon State University this fall increased by 4 percent while the student count at the University of Oregon declined by 1 percent. The Register-Guard reports (http://bit.ly/1wPcmfq ) OSU now has more than 30,000 students - exactly 30,058, counting online enrollment - for its biggest student body in school history. Read More »

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