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November 12, 2007

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Nov 12,2007
Severe weather with wind gusts to 55-mph is possible this evening in the Central Oregon area including Bend, La Pine, Prineville, Redmond, John Day, Monument, and Dayville. The National Weather Service has issued a severe weather alert which remains in effect until 10 p.m. Monday. According to the alert, winds will increase this evening as a cold front sweeps across eastern Washington and eastern Oregon, with south to southwest winds of 30-40 mph and gusts to 50-mph ... [full story]
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Nov 12,2007
For the second year in a row, local radio personality Bryon Mengle of The Peak 104.1 will be living in a motorhome outside the Cascade Village Shopping Center in what is billed as the “104 Hours for Hunger Food Drive”, a benefit for NeighborImpact.  Beginning at 6 a.m. Monday, November 12, you’ll find Mengle encouraging the donation of non-perishable food items and cash for those less fortunate in Central Oregon.  Last year, over 10,000 pounds ... [full story]
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Nov 12,2007
BEVERTON, Ore. -- A U.S. research facility has reported the ability to create cloned embryos from adult monkeys.It is the first time that scientists have been able to create viable cloned embryos from an adult primate, The Independent reported. The findings will be in the latest edition of the science journal Nature.The Oregon National Primate Research Center scientists report that they could extract stem cells from some of the cloned embryos, the British newspaper said. ... [full story]
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Nov 12,2007
OKLAHOMA CITY -- Five people were killed on Interstate 35 in Oklahoma early Sunday when a car going the wrong way struck another vehicle.Sofia Roberts, 48, was driving north in the southbound lane when her car collided head-on with a vehicle carrying six people, The Daily Oklahoman reported.Roberts and four of the other car's passengers -- Mathew Winton, 23, Monica Countryman, 18, Gary Givens, 23, and Rebekah Burgess, 21 -- were killed. Two other passengers ... [full story]
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Nov 12,2007
NEW YORK -- There were no signs of a settlement on the second day of the Broadway stagehands' strike in New York that has caused the cancellation of several performances.At news conferences Saturday and Sunday, the stagehands' union and the League of American Theaters and Producers accused each other of being inflexible and causing the strike, The New York Times reported.At the league's news conference on Saturday, members said union rules require them to keep ... [full story]
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Nov 12,2007
SAN FRANCISCO -- The U.S. attorney in San Francisco has opened a criminal investigation into a shipping accident last week that dumped 58,000 gallons of oil into the bay.The National Transportation Safety Board is reviewing the MV Cosco Busan's voyage data recorder for the hours leading up to last Wednesday's collision with a bridge in dense fog, CNN reported.About 58,000 gallons of heavy bunker fuel gushed into the bay, of which about 12,000 gallons has ... [full story]
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Nov 12,2007
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. military could save money and lives by overhauling how it collects and uses DNA evidence in Iraq and Afghanistan, a Defense Department report says.A team of 100 military and civilian scientists suggested, among other things, opening four new crime labs in Iraq and Afghanistan and developing a DNA database from the 30,000 detainees tested each year.Collecting iris scans and DNA samples from detainees and fingerprints from captured cellular phones and explosive ... [full story]
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Nov 12,2007
CHICAGO -- The publication of graphic sexual drawings has threatened the future of a literary magazine at Chicago's Loyola University.Action on a resolution to oust the editor of Diminuendo and revoke its funding has been tabled until Tuesday by the student senate, The Chicago Sun-Times reported Monday.Introduced by five male senators, the resolution calls on editor Bre Kidman to resign for publishing drawings termed "degrading and disrespectful to members of the student body."In addition to ... [full story]
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Nov 12,2007
LONDON - Britain has the longest limit for holding terror suspects without formal charge of any comparable democracy, a rights group said Monday.The Liberty group surveyed 15 countries, and found Britain's 28-day holding period was the lengthiest, The Guardian reported.By comparison, the group noted terror suspects are given a 48-hour window in the United States, and seven and a half days in Turkey.In light of some calls in Britain to extend the no-charge detention period ... [full story]
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Nov 12,2007
TEMECULA, Calif. -- A mass shooting in a quiet Southern California suburb left five people dead in what authorities suspect was a murder-suicide.Riverside County sheriff's deputies Sunday were called to a house in Temecula where they found two men and two women dead from gunshot wounds. A fifth victim died a few hours later, the Los Angeles Times reported Monday.Sgt. Dennis Gutierrez, a spokesman for the Riverside County Sheriff's Department said the victims ranged in age ... [full story]
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