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May 11, 2007

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May 11,2007
May 4 Reports: Lisa Marie Collins reported the theft of a checkbook and wallet from her vehicle. Alejandro Magana-Martinez, 50, was arrested on second-degree forgery and ID theft charges. Mike Hartman reported fraudulent charges to his debit card. Chad Sharpe reported the theft of his locked bicycle from Pilot Butte Middle School. Richard Eugene Patton, 51, was cited for driving without a license. The vehicle was impounded. Daniel Hulbert reported yard lights were stolen from his residence. Building Solutions LLC reported ... [full story]
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May 11,2007
SAN DIEGO - Only 40 percent of Marines would report a member of their unit for killing or wounding an innocent civilian, according to the military's first report on the ethics of U.S. troops in Iraq. One-third of the Marines surveyed would turn in someone for stealing, and 30 percent would report a unit member for unnecessarily destroying property. The figures for the Army were roughly 15 percent higher in those three categories, but even ... [full story]
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May 11,2007
A 24-year old inmate scheduled for release in a little more than three months was found hanging in his cell within the Disciplinary Segregation Unit at Oregon State Correctional Institution (OSCI) in Salem late Wednesday night, authorities reported. During a routine tier check shortly before midnight on May 9, prison security found Jeremy Ayala hanging in his cell.  Security and emergency responders attempted unsuccessfully to resuscitate the man, and he was pronounced dead at the ... [full story]
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May 11,2007
SAN DIEGO - The fate of the U.S. government's long-delayed attempt to improve treatment of Tijuana sewage remained shrouded in mystery Wednesday, despite a deadline that federal officials had set to complete several critical pieces of the costly proposal. At least one major milestone - the execution of a construction contract - was missed. But the federal agency in charge of the project refused to answer questions about the contract, the financing or the regulatory ... [full story]
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May 11,2007
Oregon production has declined 30 percent in past five years Within a month, Oregon strawberries are expected to be ready for harvest, unofficially marking the beginning of the growing season. But for the state's strawberry industry, competition and other factors have left production at a fraction of what it once was. Niche marketing for both processed and fresh fruit is keeping the commodity alive, but it will probably never return to its glory days.  Oregon producers are ... [full story]
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May 11,2007
SAN DIEGO - The top enlisted member of a Marine company implicated in the deaths of 24 civilians in Haditha, Iraq, thought the incident needed immediate scrutiny, but his superiors turned aside his concerns. In a Camp Pendleton courtroom Wednesday, 1st Sgt. Albert Espinosa said he asked Capt. Randy W. Stone and other commanders about why they weren't looking into the Nov. 19, 2005, killings. "I wasn't happy with the answers I was getting," Espinosa ... [full story]
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May 11,2007
SAN DIEGO - A federal study released Tuesday urges the most sweeping changes since World War II on how veterans are diagnosed with and compensated for post traumatic stress disorder. The Department of Veterans Affairs needs to replace its narrowly defined and unevenly applied criteria for PTSD screening with broader standards based on the latest knowledge about psychiatry, the Institute of Medicine and the National Research Council said in their joint report. The agencies also ... [full story]
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May 11,2007
Yes, Moms, it's time to unite and get your fashion stuff together. It's not just enough to toss those baggy "mom" jeans and grungy T-shirts out of your closet; it's time to celebrate that you're a grown-up and live a little. Then you'll know you're a cool, chic mom when ...   MOTHER'S DAY - Brighten up your Mom's wardrobe with bold color. This orange V-back dress and cardigan is by Isaac Mizrahi and available at ... [full story]
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May 11,2007
PALATINE, Ill. - An appliance installer was convicted Thursday of killing the owners of a suburban Chicago chicken restaurant and five of their employees in 1993. Juan Luna, 33, was found guilty on all accounts, WMAQ-TV reported. Deliberations began Wednesday and were interrupted Thursday morning when the judge dismissed one juror and substituted an alternate. The bodies of Richard and Lynn Ehlenfeldt and their employees were found in a freezer at the Brown's Chicken Restaurant ... [full story]
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May 11,2007
When street signs become a blur at 20 mph and menu listings are as fuzzy as the well-worn napkin in your lap, it may be time for new eyeglasses. Making that decision is just the first and often least expensive choice you'll have to make when shopping for new specs. In addition to choosing between hundreds of frames, you'll also have to focus on what kind of lenses you want, which coatings you need and ... [full story]
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