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JCSO say the car chase started on Highway 140 around Brownsboro-Meridian Road.
Doctors report that the best way to protect against the virus, is to practice good cold and flu season hygiene.
District officials said three of the seven schools have 95 percent and above graduation rates.
A family of three was struck by a wave along the Oregon coast Saturday. The 7-year-old died and the 4-year-old is still missing.
Changes are coming to downtown Grants Pass.
City officials hosted an open public forum to discuss rent burden with Grants Pass residents.
Oregon State Police is asking drivers to avoid travel between Cave Junction and Grants Pass or seek an alternative route.
"Arson cases are tough, and this case in particular is unusual."
Children and those over 65-years-old make up about 45% of the reported flu cases the U.S. has seen so far this season.
The officer says he was there addressing illegal campsites when the dog came out from inside a tent and attacked him.