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  • City Council Meeting Leads to “Scuffle”

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Citizens and police in Missouri got into what’s being called a “scuffle” with each other during a city council meeting last night. Council members held the public meeting to discuss a bill which would create a civilian board to independently investigate police misconduct. However, the meeting ended up turning into a … Continue reading »

  • Police Seeking Help to Identify Suspects

    MEDFORD, Ore.– Police are asking the public to help them identity people who they say were at the center of burglaries, or planned to do so. Police said one suspect, shown to the right, headed into the Purple Parrot on Highland Drive with the intention of robbing the place. They said he took off in an … Continue reading »

  • Murder Trial Starts for Aaron Hernandez

    MASSACHUSETTS — Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is going on trial for murder. Opening statements started this morning. He is accused in the 2013 shooting death of semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd. Hernandez has pleaded not guilty in the case. In a separate incident, Hernandez is also charged in a 2012 double … Continue reading »

  • Increased Patrols For Super Bowl Weekend

    GOLD BEACH, Ore. – High Visibility Traffic Enforcement Patrols will be conducted by the Curry County Sheriff’s Office from January 30th through February 3rd. The Curry County Sheriff’s Office will increase their proactive patrols in an effort to locate impaired drivers and to reduce the number of potentially hazardous driving situations during specific times of … Continue reading »

  • Quiet into Weekend, Some Rain on the Way

      WEATHER DISCUSSION Fog stayed patchy this morning across the West Side, most likely due to the higher clouds blanketing much of the area. Today we’ll keep those clouds around but temperatures will still climb above average. Calling it partly cloudy this afternoon with highs in the 50’s for most areas. The 60’s are likely … Continue reading »

  • Investments Accelerate Graduation Rate

    SALEM, Ore. – Oregon has released the graduation rates from the 2013-2014 school year. The latest information shows that graduation rates are up to 72%. This is a growth from the 68.7% of last year; a good sign of steady growth in the last five years. Graduation rates for underserved populations also had an increase … Continue reading »

  • Average 401(k) Balance Hits Record

    (CNN) — The days of avoiding the pain of checking your 401(k) balance may be over…for now, at least. Fidelity Investments says average balances in retirement savings accounts hit a record high last year. It reports the average account balance was more than $91,000. Analysts credit last year’s soaring stock market and bigger worker contributions … Continue reading »

  • Malaysia Flight 370 Declared “Lost”

    BEIJING — Families of the Malaysia Airlines flight 370 victims gathered outside the Malaysian embassy this morning to hear the latest news about the missing plane. The Malaysian government has officially announcing its conclusion that the flight and everyone on board is lost. The search for the missing plane will still continue; however, the announcement … Continue reading »

  • Douglas Co. Lifts HPAI Virus Restriction

    DOUGLAS COUNTY — The Oregon Department of Agriculture has lifted restrictions in Douglas County related to highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI). No new detections of HPAI have been detected since the original incident back in December. Due to the lift in restrictions, the movement of poultry and poultry products is now allowed within Douglas County. With recent … Continue reading »

  • UO Documents Returned

    EUGENE, Ore. — A controversy surrounding the release of thousands of pages of uncensored documents at the UO may be over. According to the university, the documents have been returned. A university spokesperson says the proper process to release requested documents hadn’t been followed when the 22,000 pages were given to a professor. The documents … Continue reading »

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