Hannah Everman

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Name: Hannah Everman
Date registered: September 11, 2013

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  1. Yr-Old Double-Fatal Case Still Unsolved — October 30, 2014
  2. Online Map Shows Local Sex Offenders — October 30, 2014
  3. Wanted Rape Suspect Arrested — October 29, 2014
  4. Theater Shooting Suspect Trial in 2015 — October 28, 2014
  5. Strike Possible At University of Oregon — October 28, 2014

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Yr-Old Double-Fatal Case Still Unsolved

  CAVE JUNCTION, Ore. — One year later, the search for the suspect and vehicle involved in a fatal hit and run continues. Oregon State Police is asking for the public’s help to solve the incident that killed two men on October 30th, 2013, near Cave Junction. Police received the report about fifteen minutes after … Continue reading »

Online Map Shows Local Sex Offenders

MEDFORD, Ore. — Medford Police are offering some tips to parents to keep their children safe this Halloween, including finding out who lives in their neighborhood. Medford Police said they have about 700 registered sex offenders in Medford and about 50 of them are “Predatory” sex offenders. Before you leave the house Friday night, Police … Continue reading »

Wanted Rape Suspect Arrested

PORTLAND, Ore. — A rape suspect wanted for sexual assaults in several states, including Oregon, was arrested Wednesday morning. Massachusetts State Police said Gregory Lewis was arrested shortly before midnight in Fort Edward, New York, near the border with Vermont. Police say the 26-year old allegedly committed at least six sexual assaults in various states. … Continue reading »

Theater Shooting Suspect Trial in 2015

(CNN) — A Judge ruled Monday that jury selection in the trial of James Holmes, the suspect in the 2012 Colorado movie theater shooting, won’t begin until January. The Judge said attorney’s should be prepared to make opening statements on June 3rd, 2015. Holmes is accused of opening fire inside a packed movie theater in … Continue reading »

Strike Possible At University of Oregon

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon is facing a possible strike. The Graduate Teaching Fellows Federation and the University haven’t been able to agree on salaries and paid leave. The GTFF said they aren’t making livable wages and they’re asking for a 5.5 increase on the minimum. The University said they made a final … Continue reading »

Irrigation Water Shuts Off in Gold Hill

GOLD HILL, Ore. — Rural residents near Gold Hill can expect to see the irrigation water slowly shut off. The Gold Hill Irrigation District is shutting off water starting today for a fish salvage project starting on Thursday. Officials say the water legally has to be turned off by Friday, and starting the process now … Continue reading »

Farmers Markets Stay Open For Winter

MEDFORD, Ore. — With colder temperatures settling in, many farmers markets close. But, families interested in eating fresh produce through the winter still have options, including farm shares and winter markets through a program called Community Supported Agriculture. Winter Community Supported Agriculture shares come every week or every two weeks and are offered by several … Continue reading »

Grants Pass Approves Marijuana Tax

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Grants Pass City Council unanimously approved a marijuana tax at Monday’s City Council meeting in anticipation of Measure 91 passing on the November Election. The Council approved a 10 percent recreational marijuana tax and 5 percent for medical marijuana. The stipulation is after the election, the Council can adjust the … Continue reading »

Duncan’s Relatives Out of Quarantine

(CNN) — Relatives of Thomas Eric Duncan are free to move about their Texas community now that their quarantine has ended. Family members drove away without answering questions on Monday. Duncan’s fiancee, her children and other relatives were put in a mandatory isolation for 21 days after he was diagnosed with Ebola. Duncan died in … Continue reading »

UO’s Largest Fundraising Effort Ever

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon is trying to raise $2 billion dollars, the largest fundraising effort in State history. According to UO’s Vice President of University Advancement, the money will be used toward scholarships, student support services and recruiting faculties. The University already has $700 million dollars toward its goal and is now … Continue reading »

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