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  • Fire at Hillsboro Power Substation

    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – A fire broke out at a power substation west of Portland, sending a plume of black smoke into the sky. Hillsboro Fire & Rescue says the blaze is contained, and firefighters and Bonneville Power Administration staff will continue to monitor it. The fire started at about 12:45 p.m. With the smoke … Continue reading »

  • Oregon Snowpack at Record Low

    GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) – Oregon’s snowpack is at record lows around the state, and the outlook for a warm and dry spring makes it unlikely things will improve much. The U.S. Natural Resources Conservation Service’s monthly report Friday shows 32 sites where snow depth has been measured at least 25 years are at record … Continue reading »

  • Pets of the Week: Waldo and Felix

    PETS OF THE WEEK It’s Friday and that means it’s time to meet our Pets of the Week. Today, we get to hang out with Waldo and Felix. They are brothers and best friends who would love to be adopted together. They are both grey tabby cats and are a little over three months old. … Continue reading »

  • Taking Flight: Funding the Flight

    MEDFORD, Ore. — Two businesses are celebrating their grand openings this weekend with fundraisers for Sparrow Clubs.  That includes a family-owned and family-operated restaurant, Los Buffalitos and Lithia Medford Volkswagen. Los Buffalitos opens its doors Saturday at 2 p.m.  10% of its sales from both Saturday and Sunday will go to Sparrow Clubs.  The Banuelos … Continue reading »

  • Anchor Mom: Practicing Patience

    In true three-year-old style when something goes wrong for my son – he throws his head back and yells “AHH!” You know, really serious problems like having to wait until dinner is done to eat it or wait until he washes his hand for snack. As his meltdown begins I tell him “practice patience.”  He … Continue reading »

  • New Oregon Secretary of State Named

    SHEILA V KUMAR Associated Press SALEM, Ore. (AP) – A former top aide to U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley will be taking over as Oregon’s secretary of state. Gov. Kate Brown announced Friday that Jeanne Atkins will succeed her in the job, which Brown left to become governor when John Kitzhaber resigned in an ethics scandal. … Continue reading »

  • Women Sue Over 1969 Sex Abuse Allegation

    By STEVEN DUBOIS Associated Press PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – Three women who say they were sexually abused by a sixth-grade teacher 45 years ago have sued the Oregon school district that employed him. The suit filed Wednesday also lists the teacher as a defendant. The lawsuit says the man lives in Idaho, but information obtained … Continue reading »

  • Oregon Trails: OSF’s 80th Anniversary

      ASHLAND, Ore.–For eight decades, drama lovers have flocked to the stages of the Oregon Shakespearean Festival in Ashland. From the first Fourth of July weekend in 1935, the festival has exceeded expectations.  Festival spokeswoman Debra Griffith says, “we started at three days and two plays, and now we’re up to three theatres and 9-1/2 … Continue reading »

  • 18-Year-Old Killed After Car Broke Down

    ROSEBURG, Ore. — Oregon State Police troopers say 18-year-old Seth Gunn of Roseburg was hit and killed late last night while trying to get help for his broken down vehicle. It happened at 11:21 p.m Thursday, March 5 on Highway 42 near milepost 67 in Douglas County – at the intersection of Strickland Canyon Road … Continue reading »

  • Second Phase of Operation Gold Card

    KLAMATH COUNTY, Ore. — The second phase of what’s being called “Operation Gold Card” has put more than 60 people behind bars. The Klamath County Sheriff’s Office says it’s been working on the second phase of the operation. Officers say suspects were using their Oregon Trail cards at the Mi Pueblo restaurant to get cash … Continue reading »

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