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Reward Offered In Search For McGhee

By Jim McCoy Tue 11th November NewsJeremy Douglas McGheemanhuntreward
A $500 reward is now being offered for information on the whereabouts of 30-year old Jeremy Douglas McGhee. He’s accused of reckless driving while outrunning police on November 5th in the Murphy area. While doing so, McGhee collided with another vehicle, seriously injuring another motorist.Read More »

Evening News Update

By admin Mon 10th November News
Evening Update on the Hawaii Lava Flow, Cold Weather for Oregon and Washington,and a fatal crash.
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Hunter Found, OK After Being Lost For Two Days

By Jim McCoy Mon 10th November NewsJosiah Stritzkelost hunter
Douglas County authorities say a hunter who went missing north of the Boulder Creek Wilderness Area was found during the weekend. Sheriff's Office spokesman Wayne Stinson says 30-year-old Josiah Stritzke became lost Thursday afternoon when he went after a deer he shot. Searchers could not find the Salem man Thursday or Friday.Read More »

Ashland High Students Involved In Bear Creek Restoration

By Jim McCoy Mon 10th November NewsLomakatsi Restoration Project
The last time Logan Linker and his fellow Ashland High School students got their hands on the 2-foot-tall incense cedar trees growing in the ScienceWorks' shade-house nursery, they were little starter plants barely one-third their current height. "Things grow all the time," says Linker, 17, as he plops a milk crate full of cedars and similar-sized Ponderosa pines into a pickup bed. Read More »

Sutton Mountain Wilderness Plan Wins Local Support

By Jim McCoy Mon 10th November NewsPainted HillsSutton Mountain Wilderness
A proposed wilderness encircling Oregon's Painted Hills has the backing of local leaders. The Bulletin newspaper reports (http://is.gd/va421E) the Wheeler County Court and the city of Mitchell support the plan for the Sutton Mountain Wilderness.Read More »

Plan: Remove Bend Dam, Redevelop Downtown

By Jim McCoy Mon 10th November NewsBendMirror Pond Dam
A plan to remove the Mirror Pond dam and redevelop the downtown Bend riverfront has been unveiled. The Bend Bulletin reports ( http://bit.ly/1ucRwFV ) the proposal is the latest in a nearly two-year process to address sediment buildup in Mirror Pond. Pacific Power, the owner of the dam, has announced its intention to stop using the dam for power generation, putting the future of Read More »

The Same Car Is Stolen A Second Time In Medford

By Jim McCoy Mon 10th November NewsDemetrius McGowanJohn Norrisstolen car
For the second time in a month, a 1996 Lincoln Town Car has been stolen from a residence on Locust Street in Medford. The alleged theft took place Sunday. The Jackson County Sheriff’s Department located the vehicle Sunday afternoon near the corner of Mc Andrews and Court street. Three suspects fled the car upon the arrival of law enforcement.Read More »

Domestic Violence Incident In Grants Pass Ends With A Fatal Crash

By Jim McCoy Mon 10th November Newsdomestic violenceDonald Richard Phillips
A man involved in a Grants Pass domestic violence complaint drove off Sunday afternoon before police arrived and died in a crash. Oregon State Police say shortly after troopers had been dispatched to the domestic violence report they were notified the man drove away and crashed into a tree. Police say 59-year-old Donald Richard Phillips was ejected from the vehicle and died at thRead More »

Governor's Fiancee Subject To Ethics Investigation

By Jim McCoy Fri 7th November NewsCylvia HayesGov. John Kitzhaber
The Oregon Government Ethics Commission has opened a preliminary investigation into the consulting work of Gov. John Kitzhaber's fiancee, Cylvia Hayes. The commission held its first meeting Friday since it received three complaints about Hayes' work as a private consultant.Read More »

Oregon ACLU Encourages Citizens To Video Police

By Jim McCoy Fri 7th November Newspolicevideo
The ACLU encourages witnesses to exercise their right to record video of police interactions or arrests in public places. With a smartphone app called ACLU Mobile Justice, they can send those videos to the American Civil Liberties Union of Oregon for review. Executive Director David Fidanque told The Oregonian (http://bit.ly/1wABmqx ) the videos are a check on police powers. Read More »

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