Human Remains Found in Klamath Co.

KLAMATH COUNTY, Ore. — Sheriff’s deputies in Klamath County are investigating human remains found along the road. Those remains are believed to be those of a man who had been missing for two years. The remains were apparently found by a mushroom picker on Thursday around mile marker 84 on Highway 138. Klamath County Sheriff … Continue reading »

Marysville Shooting Victims in Critical

(CNN) — Two people are dead and four wounded Friday, after 14-year-old Jaylen Fryberg opened fire in his school cafeteria and then fatally shot himself. The four surviving victims of the shooting are all in intensive care at area hospitals. Three of them are in critical condition, and one is in serious condition. Two of … Continue reading »

“One Fatality” Reported in House Fire

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — American Red Cross said volunteers responded Friday afternoon to a house fire on the 2000 block of Round Lake Road in Klamath Falls. The Red Cross says this single-family fire affected two adults, including “one fatality and several pet fatalities”. No names were publicly released.

GMO Labeling Measure Raising Millions

SALEM, Ore. – The battle over labeling foods in Oregon containing genetically modified organisms is turning into an expensive enterprise. According to the Secretary of State’s Office, nearly $23 million has been raised by campaigns for both sides of Measure 92, with those looking to defeat the proposal out-raising proponents almost 3-to-1. The news comes … Continue reading »

Police Investigate High School Shooting

(CNN) — Two people are dead in a shooting at a high school outside of Seattle, including the alleged shooter.  Four others are currently receiving medical treatment. It was around 10:30 a.m. Students were gathered in a crowded cafeteria at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, 40 miles north of Seattle. Fellow students and eyewitnesses say freshman Jaylen … Continue reading »

National Parks to Raise Fees

CRATER LAKE, Ore. — National parks are getting the green light to raise their entrance fees. Park officials say this is the first time they are given the opportunity in eight years. Representatives at Crater Lake National Park say they are not sure if they will raise fees just yet. Before they do they say … Continue reading »

Formal Kitzhaber Investigation Requested

OREGON – This morning, lawyers for Rep. Dennis Richardson’s gubernatorial campaign filed a request with the U.S. Attorney’s office for a formal investigation into possible ethics violations by Governor John Kitzhaber and so-called First Lady Cylvia Hayes. According to the Washington D.C. Based attorneys, Governor Kitzhaber and Hayes appear to have violated federal and Oregon … Continue reading »

Weather Leaves Thousands Without Power

[UPDATE - 8:52 A.M.] Power to Glendale schools was restored about 8:30 A.M.. Schools started on late schedule. GLENDALE, Ore. – A weather-related power outage in the Glendale/Wolf Creek area left about 1,900 residents without power, and delayed the start of school. According to Pacific Power, downed lines and an unidentified mechanical issue were the cause of the outage. Crews were immediately dispatched to assess the … Continue reading »

OSU Studies Sea Lion Population Decline

CORVALLIS, Ore. — A new study out of Oregon State University suggests sharks could be to blame for a declining sea lion population. Scientists say it’s possible the Pacific sleeper shark are preying on the endangered Steller sea lions in Alaska. OSU researchers say sleeper sharks are a huge by-catch in Alaskan fisheries. But because … Continue reading »

Storm Hits Coast

NEWPORT, Ore. — Wind gusts as fast as 52 miles-an-hour blew through stormy Newport Wednesday morning, clearing the beaches and filling the bay with returning boats. Boats are tied up along the docks throughout coastal cities, while fishermen wait for the storm to pass before they can go back out to sea. “Today’s a day where … Continue reading »

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