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Name: Laura Campbell
Date registered: October 11, 2012

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  1. Study Looks at Formula, Arsenic Levels — February 23, 2015
  2. Former Portland Trailblazer Dies — February 19, 2015
  3. Drivers Needed to Test Mileage Tax — February 19, 2015
  4. Fatal SingleVehicle Crash in Grants Pass — February 19, 2015
  5. OSU to Hold Sexual Assault Symposium — February 19, 2015

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Opening Statements for Hernandez Trial

FALL RIVER, Mass. — Opening statements in the Aaron Hernandez trial have legal teams trying to show a jury why he is a killer, and why he isn’t. As the trial moves in to day two, the mother and girlfriend of the man Hernandez is accused of killing will take the stand. The case has … Continue reading »

I-5 Traffic Crash Leads to Death

ROSEBURG, Ore. — Police are still investigating a fatal traffic crash along I-5 near Roseburg. Investigators say yesterday afternoon a black Ford Focus driven by Jonathan Graham (58) of Myrtle Creek, was northbound on I-5 near milepost 110. The Focus drifted into a the traffic barrier and crashed sustaining heavy front and side damage. Graham … Continue reading »

Legal Marijuana In the Workplace

COLORADO — Oregon is looking for ways to regulate its soon to be legal recreational marijuana industry, and one of the issues that could come up is marijuana in the workplace. That issue is becoming a topic of conversation in Colorado, where recreational marijuana is already legal. Under state law, employers do not need to … Continue reading »

Senate Approves Keystone Pipeline Bill

WASHINGTON — The Keystone XL Pipeline bill is moving forward. Just this morning, the Republican-controlled Senate approved the bill. This comes even though President Obama has threatened to veto the bill. The bill would authorize construction of the nearly 1,200 mile pipeline to carry oil from Canada to the gulf coast. Critics argue the 8-billion … Continue reading »

ISIS Hostage Exchange Deadline Passed

WASHINGTON — It’s been several hours since a deadline for a prisoner exchange passed, but there’s still no word on the fate of two hostages ISIS is holding. The militants had threatened to kill one of those hostages, a Jordanian pilot, at sunset, unless an al-Qaida prisoner was freed from death row. That woman, is … Continue reading »

Man Shovels Boston Marathon Finish Line

BOSTON, Mass. – In the wake of a record breaking blizzard in the northeast, a photo emerges of a man who made it his duty to clear the snow off of the Boston Marathon finish line. The photo went viral last night with the hashtag “Boston Strong,” had police searching for the man in the … Continue reading »

WATCH: State of the Union Address

The State of the Union Address starts at 6 p.m. PT. Click on the window above to watch it live. (CNN) — It’s no secret what’s in this year’s State of the Union Address. There have been spoilers everywhere. It’s a new strategy that’s taking out a lot of steam from the actual speech. “As … Continue reading »

Out & About: December Celebrations

Gypsy Soul Concert for Winterspring While this time of year is supposed to merry and bright, for some people the holiday season is tough because of the grief they struggle with. That’s why, The Utilitarian Church in Ashland will host the band Gypsy Soul to raise money and awareness by rocking out. There are performances … Continue reading »

UO Panel’s Sex Assault Report Released

EUGENE, Ore. — There are dozens of recommendations in a new report from the University of Oregon President’s review panel on school policies on sexual violence on campus. Advocates for change to sexual misconduct policies on campus say now that the panel’s report is out, there’s no reason for the administration to delay implementing at … Continue reading »

Explosion Evacuates California School

VALLEJO, Calif. – In Northern California, students were evacuated after a small explosion rocked a classroom at Vallejo High School. School officials say it may be related to the Napa area quake almost three months ago. Officials say the gas has been turned off since the 6.0 magnitude earthquake that struck in August, so they … Continue reading »

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