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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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Suspect Dead in Vancouver Shooting

VANCOUVER, Wa. – Two people have been injured and the suspect is dead after a shooting in Clark County. Deputies responded to reports of a shooting early this morning. According to the Clark County Sheriff’s Department there was an active search underway for a shooter. Several schools and a local church were put on lockdown. The … Continue reading »

Doctors Explain How Fear Affects Health

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Halloween is a day built around fear. Doctors say if we don’t learn to cope with what scares us, our fears can negatively affect our health. Although our fears generate from our brain, doctors say we’re affected physically by the “fight or flight” response. They also say that increased adrenaline can be … Continue reading »

Homeless Voters May Encounter Problems

MEDFORD, Ore. — Now most Oregon voters received their ballots in the mail last week, except those without addresses to send them too. Homeless people in Oregon, who try to use the address of their shelter as a physical address, may get rejected by the voter system. According to election offices, they are required to … Continue reading »

Free Cat Adoption in Jackson County

MEDFORD, Ore. — This coming weekend, November 1st and 2nd, adult cats at three area animal shelters will be free. Jackson County animal shelters have run out of room for cats, and therefore adoption fees will be waived for all cats one year or older during this special adoption weekend event.  More than 100 cats need homes … Continue reading »

Richardson Accuses Kitzhaber of “Hiding”

SALEM, Ore. — The Republican Candidate for governor this year, Dennis Richardson, is accusing the current Oregon Governor of hiding. Richardson says the Governor is hiding himself from the press and the public. Richardson called a news conference yesterday to demand that Governor Kitzhaber release public records that have been requested by news organizations. The … Continue reading »

Supreme Court Upholds Death Sentence

SALEM, Ore. — The Oregon Supreme Court upheld the death sentence of a Eugene woman who tortured and killed her own daughter. Angela Mcanulty pleaded guilty to the murder of her 15-year old daughter on the day her trial was meant to start in 2011. She’s now the only woman on Oregon’s death row. Since … Continue reading »

Hunting Accident Leads to Death

[UPDATE  10-31 (10:00 a.m.)]: The victim of the fatal hunting accident that occurred yesterday is 20 year old Rachel Frerichs of Roseburg. Rachel was hunting with her father, 49 year old Don Frerichs, also of Roseburg, when she was fatally shot. The Douglas County Major Crimes Team is continuing their investigation into the incident. – – MYRTLE … Continue reading »

After-Fire Meetings for N. Cal Residents

Yreka, Calif. — The Klamath National Forest has scheduled eight community meetings for community discussion regarding the Little Deer, Logs, Whites, and Beaver Fires as well as Happy Camp Complex. The goal of these meetings is to reflect upon experiences from the 2014 fires and share lessons learned; use the experiences from 2014 to improve wildfire … Continue reading »

Oregon Leads Nation in Zombie Homes

MEDFORD, Ore. — In a report released by RealtyTrac today, the state of Oregon has the highest percentage of vacant foreclosed homes in the nation, also known as “zombie homes.” The study found that more than 117,000 homes had been vacated by the homeowners prior to a completed foreclosure. This represents 18% of all active … Continue reading »

Today is the Last Day to Mail Ballots

MEDFORD, Ore. — The last day for mailing ballots is today. The Jackson County elections office recommends to mail ballots no later than the Thursday before the next Tuesday elections. Over 50 election workers are processing incoming ballots. Voters have until Tuesday evening to deliver their ballots to the elections office or any official drop … Continue reading »

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