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July 20, 2007


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Jul 20,2007
July 7 Reports: Laura Anne Greenfelder, 34, was arrested for suspicion of DUII. Kelly Elizabeth Mcanelly, 22, was arrested for auto theft. Dennis J. Mackey reported the theft of items from a vehicle. Courtney B. Carlson reported the theft of a bicycle. Trisha Marie Reece, 23, was arrested for harassment against Brittney L. Speas. Sergio Suarez Sanchez, 21, was arrested for assault against Elizabeth Cienfuegos. July 8 Reports: Austin D. Olmstead reported theft. Adam J. ... [full story]
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Jul 20,2007
CENTRAL Zone Viewing Woodpeckers This summer, visitors and residents in Deschutes County have an opportunity to view some of the state’s most sought after woodpeckers. Look in recent burn areas for Lewis’s woodpecker, namesake of explorer Meriwether Lewis—a dark-winged bird with pink belly and red face. Shevlin Park near Bend also provides a good opportunity to view the species.  White-headed woodpeckers along with olive-sided flycatchers and several species of warblers are regularly seen at Cold ... [full story]
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Jul 20,2007
Attention campers, anglers, boaters: recent fires on the lower six miles of the Deschutes River have limited camping opportunities for the rest of the summer. FISHING ANTELOPE FLAT RESERVOIR: rainbow troutAngling for rainbow trout is poor. Water temperature is warm and fish are concentrated in the deeper water and lethargic. Opportunities should pick up in the fall. BIG LAVA LAKE: rainbow troutBig Lava Lake anglers continue to have fair success on 13 – 16 inch ... [full story]
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Jul 20,2007
WASHINGTON -- U.S. officials will lift the ban on cigarette lighters on airplanes, The New York Times reported Friday. Kip Hawley, assistant secretary for the Transportation Security Administration, told the Times that lifting the ban would free inspectors to look for more dangerous items. "Taking lighters away is security theater," Hawley told the newspaper. "It trivializes the security process." "The No. 1 threat for us is someone trying to bring bomb components through the security ... [full story]
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Jul 20,2007
WASHINGTON -- Leaders of the U.S. Congress are delaying efforts to overhaul the nation's voting system until 2012, The New York Times reported Friday. Election officials from across the United States told Congress they could not implement changes in the way votes are cast in time for the 2008 presidential elections, the Times said. "My sense is there's no way to get this thing in place by the election of 2008," Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., ... [full story]
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Jul 20,2007
WASHINGTON -- A majority of those questioned for a new poll think Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., will be the next U.S. president if she wins the Democratic nomination. More than 80 percent of all registered voters surveyed for the latest New York Times/CBS News telephone poll said they think it very likely or somewhat likely Sen. Clinton will get the Democratic nomination and more than 60 percent said she is likely to win the White ... [full story]
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Jul 20,2007
SAN FRANCISCO -- The San Francisco area experienced a 4.2-magnitude earthquake early Friday that caused minimal damage, but left about 2,000 customers without electrical power. The U.S. Geological Survey defines a 4.2-magnitude quake as "light," CNN reported. "We had quite a spike in calls, mostly calls of inquiry, none of any injury, none of any damage that was reported," Capt. Al Casciato of the San Francisco police told the cable news network. "It was fairly ... [full story]
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Jul 20,2007
DURHAM, N.H. -- A new U.S. study revealed that 4 percent of children who go online are asked to transmit sexually explicit photos of themselves, USA Today reported Friday. Youths who oblige could become both victims and perpetrators of child pornography, warned Kimberly Mitchell, co-author of the study and a psychology professor at the University of New Hampshire's Crimes Against Children Research Center. "They're being asked to produce child pornography," which is a felony, Mitchell ... [full story]
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Jul 20,2007
WASHINGTON -- Winning the backing of religious conservatives in the United States has sparked a battle between Republican presidential hopefuls Mitt Romney and Fred Thompson. Romney, a former Massachusetts governor, is credited with firing the opening salvo when he questioned the pro-life credentials of former Thompson, a former U.S. senator from Tennessee, The Los Angeles Times reported Friday. Thompson, who is expected to enter the GOP race, first denied and later confirmed that he had ... [full story]
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Jul 20,2007
BEIJING -- China, under pressure to improve the safety of its food and other products, said Friday it will take part in food safety talks with U.S. officials next month. The talks in Beijing will be at vice-ministerial level, the official Xinhua reported. China has come under criticism after health scares created by its exports such as tainted seafood, toothpaste and pet food and lead paint on toys. Li Changjiang, head of China's General Administration ... [full story]
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