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 »

New Details in Coos Bay Shooting

COOS BAY, Ore. — New details have emerged in regards to the shooting that left a Michigan man dead at an Oregon beach. Officials in Coos Bay say that David Jesse Hortman was killed earlier this week when Zachary Levi Brimhall fired more than 15 rounds from 100 yards away at Hortman’s car. Police say … Continue reading »

Bomb Discovered In Dunsmuir Neighborhood

DUNSMUIR, Calif. — An investigation is underway after a bomb was discovered in a Siskiyou County neighborhood. Sheriff deputies responded to the scene in Dunsmuir, California Tuesday afternoon to find a handmade explosive device. Deputies say it was made out of a one-inch galvanized pipe commonly known as a “pipe bomb.” They say that a … Continue reading »

OSU Basketball Player Collapses

CORVALLIS, Ore — An Oregon State University basketball player is in critical condition after collapsing during a Tuesday morning practice.  Chai Baker fell to the ground from what the university is calling a “cardiac related medical incident”. Officials also say that Baker had to be revived by a member of the university’s training staff who … Continue reading »

Happy Camp Elementary Delays Start

HAPPY CAMP, Ca. — Happy Camp Elementary School is delaying start Thursday due to poor air quality. The school was supposed to kick off the school year Thursday, Aug. 21 but has delayed it until Monday, Aug. 25 at 8:00 a.m. By Monday, the classrooms will be equipped with air purifiers. Happy Camp Elemetary Principal … Continue reading »

Flight from Brookings Crashes, Kills 1

PETALUMA, Calif. — A man died in a plane crash shortly after leaving the Brookings Airport, Monday night. Airport officials say the Redwood City, California man was heading to San Carlos, Calif.  The FAA said around 9:30p.m, the pilot reported engine troubles and said he would try to make it to Gnoss Field in Novato. Shortly after … Continue reading »

Woman Sets Husband on Fire

(CNN) — A Mt. Angel woman is charged with attempted murder after she told police she set fire to her husband over an argument. Police said 45-year old Toddi Bork confronted her husband over spraying for weeds. She was apparently upset because her dogs could have gotten sick from the chemicals. According to court documents, … Continue reading »

Trenton Nowak’s Family Remembers Him

COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. — We first met Trenton Nowak three weeks ago. He was diagnosed with an aggressive brain tumor in June and given six months to live. He lost the battle just two months later on Sunday, August 17. “Really hectic and sad and overwhelming. We’re just trying to keep it together and get … Continue reading »

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