Gov Kitzhaber Fully Supports Oracle Suit

SALEM, Ore. — In response to Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum’s civil suit against Oracle America, Governor Kitzhaber has announced he will full support the Attorney General. He released a statement August 22nd after the announcement of the lawsuit being filed.  This is the statement made by the Governor: “When I asked the Attorney General … Continue reading »

Mill Beach Health Advisory Lifted

BROOKINGS, Ore. – A public health advisory put in place by the Oregon Health Authority at Mill Beach in Curry County has been lifted. Testing shows fecal bacteria levels have subsided in the area. The advisory was issued August 7th after samples of water showed higher-than-normal fecal bacteria levels in ocean waters. Although test results … Continue reading »

Oracle Sued by Oregon Attorney General

  SALEM, Ore. — The state says the cost of oracle’s lies and appalling work is extraordinary. Both the state and Cover Oregon reportedly paid Oracle more than 240-million dollars for a health insurance exchange website that never worked as promised, but the suit also includes Oracles work for DHS and OHA projects, which are … Continue reading »

Car Crashes into College of Cosmetology

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — A car crashed into the College of Cosmetology building in Klamath Falls on Thursday night after police say the driver experienced a medical emergency. Police first saw the 2002 Ford Focus around 11:54 p.m., traveling northbound on East Main Street at a high rate of speed. Police say the car failed … Continue reading »

Missing Man Found Safe

PORTLAND, Ore. — A 51-year old man who was reported missing April 21st of this year has been found. Oregon State Police, with the help of the Portland Police Bureau found Randel Jon Brown (51) at a homeless shelter in Portland. He was found on August 21st.  Brown was in good health and his family … Continue reading »

Turtles Aren’t Always the Best Pets

ROSEBURG, Ore. — Turtle sales have spiked lately because of the popularity of the Ninja Turtles that were made famous in the 90′s. However, proper care was neglected to many of these pets and many have died because of it. Susan Barnes, a biologist with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife hopes that the … Continue reading »

Illegal Marijuana Grows in Curry County

CURRY COUNTY, Ore. — Illegal medical marijuana grows in Curry County were shut down, after complaints from local residents. Last week, police were given consent to search a home on South Chetco Road. Police say Bruce McHenry had several medical marijuana cards on file, but there were more plants than allowed for those patients. On … Continue reading »

Bear Camp Road Temporary Closure

SELMA, Ore. — A small section of Bear Camp Road (Forest Service Road 23) is scheduled to be closed temporarily starting Tuesday, August 26th. The closure will last approximately three weeks for culvert replacements.  As long as there are no complications or delays, the road will be re-opened on Friday, September 19th. Gold Beach District … Continue reading »

Democrats Weigh in on Issues

SALEM, Ore. — The November ballot may be a few months away but the Democratic party of Oregon is already showing which issues it favors. The party announced the large majority of Democrats in the state now support the legalization of recreational marijuana. They also support a measure looking to regulate it. The party also … Continue reading »

Stranded Tanker Now Being Towed

CAPE BLANCO, Ore. — A chemical tanker, stranded just off the Oregon coast, is now being towed to San Francisco for repairs. The tanker has been stranded since this past weekend when a fire broke out on board. That fire killed one crew member and endangered 20 others. Now a tugboat from Washington State has … Continue reading »

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