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Name: Laura Campbell
Date registered: October 11, 2012

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  1. Out & About: December Celebrations — December 11, 2014
  2. UO Panel’s Sex Assault Report Released — December 10, 2014
  3. Explosion Evacuates California School — November 14, 2014
  4. Ashland Holds Flood Preparation Workshop — November 14, 2014
  5. YMCA Offers Advice on Reducing Diabetes — November 14, 2014

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Oregon Among Fewest Premature Births

PORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon is one of only five states to receive an “A” on the March of Dimes 2014 Premature Birth Report Card, released today. Oregon’s premature birth rate was 9.3% in 2013, below the March of Dimes goal of 9.6%. The other states meeting or beating the March of Dimes goal and getting … Continue reading »

Walden Sweeps 2nd District Representatve

 In the U.S. House of Representatives, Republican Greg Walden is holding onto his seat for another term. 71% of voters are supporting the incumbent. Congressman Walden spoke to us about his win through skype from Washington, D.C. and plans to get right to work. “Well you know, we actually go back into session next week, … Continue reading »

State Representative Results

SALEM, Ore. — When Richardson decided to run for Governor, he vacated a seat he comfortably held for more than a decade as a Republican. Democrats saw it as an opportunity to gain a seat in the state house. Republicans have hoped the long-time success of a republican would ensure the seat stayed “red”. Duane … Continue reading »

Oregon Gubernatorial Results

SALEM, Ore. — In our state, Governor Kitzhaber takes the win for re-election. Political analysts say Kitzhaber is the winner over Representative Dennis Richardson, 49% to 45%. Kitzhaber served two non-consecutive terms from 1995 to 2003, before being elected for his current and third term. Now he will serve a fourth term and continue as … Continue reading »

Republicans Take the Senate

WASHINGTON — Republicans now have complete control on Capitol Hill. They were expected to keep control of the house, but now they gained the six needed seats to win the senate. The final seat came from republican Joni Ernst in Iowa. Kentucky Senator Mitch Mcconnell pulled out a solid re-election win, and is now in … Continue reading »

Bomb Threat Evacuates GP Middle School

GRANTS PASS, Ore. –  At approximately 2:15 p.m. today, Grants Pass Department of Public Safety was notified of a note, recovered by South Middle School in Grants Pass, that said there was a bomb in the school. Police and fire crews were dispatched to the scene, and the school was evacuated while crews performed a … Continue reading »

Curry County Crash Leads to Death

GOLD BEACH, Ore. – About 7:15 a.m. today, Curry County Sheriff’s responded to a call about a vehicle that was spotted over an embankment along Quosanta Creek Road about 15 miles east of Gold Beach, OR.  According to the observer, Stan Moss, there was one occupant in the vehicle that appeared to be deceased. When … Continue reading »

Missing Girl Found

[UPDATE 2:01 P.M.] Josephine Co. Sheriff’s Office says the missing 19-year-old female with Downs Syndrome has been found. The sheriff’s office thanks the public for their help. GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Police are looking for a missing 19 year-old female with Down’s Syndrome. She was last seen in the 38500 block of Redwood Hwy. near … Continue reading »

Dad Makes Epic Wheelchair Costumes

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — Many people are calling a Fort Collins man “Dad of the Year” for his very unique costume ideas. His son, 6-year-old Jake Schell has cerebral palsy and the epilepsy. When he was younger, his parents could carry him from door to door. Now in his wheelchair, they are getting creative with … Continue reading »

Studded Tires Allowed in Oregon Tomorrow

SALEM, Ore. — People are already feeling winter temperatures in some regions. Tomorrow, drivers will be allowed to drive with studded tires in Oregon. The Oregon Department of Transportation says studs are allowed from Nov. 1st through March 31st. Some transportation officials say it’s best to use all-weather tires or chains when it snows, instead … Continue reading »

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