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Apr 30,2009
BEND, Ore. – The driver and passenger of a vehicle rear-ended by an allegedly drunk driver Wednesday morning in a rural area of Bend were injured and taken to the hospital, and the other driver -- a 48-year old Bend man -- escaped injury and was arrested.   Jeffrey Joseph Majors – ... [full story]
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Apr 30,2009
BEND, Ore. – Police cited an 89-year old Gilchrist man Wednesday afternoon for driving with a suspended license and recklessly endangering another person after his pickup swerved, crossed the center line and slammed head-on into a semi-truck pulling an empty trailer south of Bend on Highway 97. The elderly man ... [full story]
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Apr 30,2009
BEND, Ore. – Police cited a 27-year old Sunriver woman for allegedly driving under the influence following a rollover crash on Alfalfa Market Road east of Bend early Wednesday morning when her SUV took out a row of mailboxes, skidded across the road and down over the other side, rolled, ... [full story]
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Apr 30,2009
REDMOND, Ore. – Redmond Police on Tuesday arrested a 22-year old Crooked River Ranch man who had allegedly been impersonating a doctor, administering medication, and performing medical procedures including minor surgery on several people throughout Central Oregon. The suspect -- whom police say has no formal medical training -- was ... [full story]
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Apr 30,2009
BEND, Ore. – A 22-year old man police described as a transient was arrested Wednesday morning after he allegedly spat on the hood of a car in the library parking lot, then pulled a knife when he was confronted by the driver.     Bend Police officers were dispatched to the Bend ... [full story]
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Apr 30,2009
BEND, Oregon – A traffic violation led to the arrest of three Portland men who were found with a half-pound of methamphetamine in their car Tuesday afternoon, detectives reported.   (left to right) Jose Ayala Escobedo, Carlos Alberto Virgen Campos, Ernesto Gutierrez Abrica – DCJ photos    One-half pound of meth was found ... [full story]
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Apr 30,2009
WASHINGTON -- A member of the advance team for President Obama's trip to Mexico may have been infected with swine flu there, a presidential spokesman said Thursday. At a White House news briefing, Robert Gibbs, the president's spokesman, said that three members of the aide's family, a nephew and his wife and son, may also have the H1N1 influenza strain. All three were tested by health authorities in Anne Arundel County in Maryland and found to ... [full story]
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Apr 30,2009
GENEVA, Switzerland -- Eleven countries officially reported 257 cases of H1N1, or swine flu, the World Health Organization in Geneva reported Thursday. The United States reported 109 laboratory-confirmed cases, including one death, and Mexico, ground zero for the outbreak, reported 97 confirmed cases of infection, including seven deaths. Mexican health officials said they believe the virus is responsible for more than 150 deaths and more than 2,000 illnesses. WHO broke down the lab-confirmed cases with no deaths ... [full story]
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Apr 30,2009
ATLANTA -- U.S. and world health organizations are trying to gauge the severity of the swine flu outbreak to determine how quickly to produce vaccine, officials said. Health officials say they must balance quickly stopping the global spread of the swine flu -- or A/H1N1 -- with taking on some serious risks by moving too fast, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. Even an all-out push to develop a vaccine wouldn't produce the first doses until September, ... [full story]
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Apr 30,2009
FORT WORTH, Tex. -- Fort Worth, Texas, has closed its 144 schools until at least May 8 against a backdrop off 109 confirmed U.S. cases of swine flu. Health officials confirmed a Fort Worth student had contracted swine flu, the Fort Worth Star Telegram reported Thursday. County health officials advised the 80,000-student district to close after another four probable cases were found among students. Parents were advised to keep children living in the district away from ... [full story]
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