Autopsy Results In From Man Who Died In Fight At Motocross Event

By Jim McCoy Mon 13th July News

Autopsy results confirm that a 61-year-old man punched by another man at a motocross event last week died of blunt force head trauma.

Dr.Read More »

GOP State Senator Pondering Run For Governor

By Jim McCoy Mon 13th July News

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Redmond City Council To Vote on Butler Airport Contract

By Jim McCoy Mon 13th July News

The Redmond City Council will decide on whether a fixed-base operator application for the Redmond Airport should be approved for the second time in less than a month.

The Bend Bulletin reports ( ) the application submitted by Butler Aircraft is to be voted on Tuesday.

Butler has provided the airport with FBO services, such as fueling, hangaringRead More »

Gov. Brown To Sign Bills Part Of "Fair Shot" Agenda

By Jim McCoy Mon 13th July NewsFair Shot AgendaGov. Kate Brown

Today, Oregon Governor Kate Brown is signing what are being described as “fair shot” bills. Among them are legislation for mandatory paid sick leave, banning a check box on job applications where a candidate must disclose whether or not they were committed of a crime, ending racial profiling and a so-called retirement security bill.Read More »

Restrictions Enacted In Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest

By Jim McCoy Fri 10th July Newsfire restrictionsforest

Effective today, the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest is imposing public use restrictions on all forest lands, including limiting where open flames may occur, and areas where smoking or operating internal combustion engines is permissible.Read More »

Court: Police Must Have More Than "General Concern" To Ask About Guns

By Jim McCoy Fri 10th July NewsgunsOregon Supreme Court

The Oregon Supreme Court says police must have a good reason to ask people they stop if they have a weapon.

The high court Thursday threw out an unlawful-weapon conviction of a 19-year-old man who was stopped for jaywalking by an Oregon State Police trooper in Portland.

The trooper asked Joseph Lucio Jimenez if he had any weapons on him, and Jimenez said he had a Read More »

Accused Attacker In Stabbing Admits He Had Wrong Guy

A Medford man accused of stabbing a stranger he mistook for someone else has been found guilty.

The Medford Mail Tribune reports ( ) that a Jackson County Circuit Court jury on Wednesday found Adan Manuel Valdez guilty of attempted murder, first-degree assault, first-degree burglary and resisting arrest.Read More »

Highly Ignored Pot Ban Remains In Place at Country Fair

By Jim McCoy Fri 10th July NewsOregon Country Fair

The Oregon Country Fair will be a drug and alcohol-free event, but officials say they expect a certain number of violators this year just as they have previously.

The Oregonian reports ( fair general manager Charlie Ruff says lots of people think of the fair as a free-for-all for marijuana use, but that's not the case.

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News - Wall Street Stocks

By admin Thu 9th July News
Update on the Wall Street shut down.
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News - Oregon Legislation Session Report

By admin Thu 9th July News
Duane Stark gives a report on the end of the 2015 Oregon Legislative session.
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