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July 09, 2007


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Jul 09,2007
A Powell Butte man was taken into custody at his home without incident about two hours after police lost sight of the suspect’s vehicle during a car chase on Highway 126 when speeds exceeded 120 miles per hour.  Prineville Police received a report of a dangerous driver on the highway near Millican Road about 12:30 a.m., July 8, Chief Eric Bush reported, and attempted to stop a vehicle driven by 49-year old Edward Leon Simpson. ... [full story]
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Jul 09,2007
A thunderstorm that passed through Central Oregon late Friday evening produced lightning that started a series of fires on the Ochoco National Forest, the Prineville District of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and private lands protected by the Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF).  According to the Central Oregon Interagency Dispatch Center, firefighters continue to work on three wildland fires started by Friday’s thunderstorms, including the Millican East fire, Fire 403 and Fire 428. Millican ... [full story]
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Jul 09,2007
BRISBANE, Australia - Police in Brisbane, Australia, have been given another 48 hours to hold an Indian doctor suspected of plotting terror attacks in Britain. A magistrate granted the so-called dead-time to Australian Federal Police to review their evidence, although 27-year-old Mohammed Haneef cannot be questioned during that time, the Australian Broadcasting Corp., reported. Police had requested a five-day detention extension but the magistrate ordered the matter back to a closed hearing on Wednesday morning. ... [full story]
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Jul 09,2007
BAGHDAD - Police in Baghdad said Monday they located the bodies of 12 employees of a Pepsi-Cola bottling plant who were abducted a day earlier. There was no information on the fate of another nine employees taken from the suburban bottling and distribution plant, CNN reported. Elsewhere, at least 12 people were killed and more than 30 injured in various attacks around the city, Iraqi Interior Ministry officials said. In one attack, two bombs exploded ... [full story]
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Jul 09,2007
GLASGOW, Scotland - Prime Minister Gordon Brown warned of another summer of delayed planes and canceled flights at British airports. Brown said the government's main priority is to ensure travelers are "secure when they are in a crowded place," The Telegraph reported. "We will not allow terrorists to intimidate us, and we will not yield in any way," he said. Glasgow Airport was closed for hours after last week's abortive car bombing, leading to hundreds ... [full story]
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Jul 09,2007
KIEV, Ukraine - Ukraine Monday lifted a travel ban against five well-known Russians after citing a need to improve relations between the two countries. The five were banned from entering the Ukraine for attempting to "undermine Ukraine's territorial integrity" and "inciting ethnic and national hatred," the Ukrainian foreign ministry said. The ministry said the five could now enter the Ukraine but would be stopped on the border each time to be warned of the consequences ... [full story]
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Jul 09,2007
A 17-year-old Redmond girl drowned in the Deschutes River after her raft went over Cline Falls about four miles west of Redmond on Saturday, deputies reported. Deschutes County Sheriff’s deputies, Oregon State Police troopers, and Redmond Fire & Rescue personnel were dispatched to the scene about 8:15 p.m., July 7, Sgt. Joe DeLuca said. Upon arrival, deputies found that citizens had pulled 17-year-old Alicia Newton out of the water and had initiated cardiopulmonary resuscitation.  Paramedics ... [full story]
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Jul 09,2007
NEW YORK - A year and a half before the U.S. presidential election, voters said they are overwhelmed by the campaigning, The New York Times said Monday. In interviews around the country, the newspaper found the majority of voters asked were keen on watching who would replace the Bush administration but already weary of campaigning. "I don't ever remember it starting this early," Philadelphia-area writing teacher Kathy Hubbard told the Times. "It's bizarre. It's a ... [full story]
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Jul 09,2007
PHOENIX - Phoenix is trying to change its image as being mean to the homeless by assuring they have shelter and plenty of cold water this summer. Last year, the National Coalition for the Homeless designated Phoenix as the 17th meanest U.S. city, out of 200, for how it treats the homeless. "Phoenix has had a sorry history in dealing with the issue," said Jacki Taylor of the Arizona Coalition to End Homelessness. That is ... [full story]
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Jul 09,2007
Two adults, a child and a toddler were killed, and seven others injured in a three-vehicle crash on Highway 26 about six miles east of Sandy, Oregon on Saturday morning, police reported. Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers have identified the deceased as Lewis Delmar Lambert, 68, of Gaston; Janene M. Brundege, 44, of Portland; Brundege’s 23-month-old daughter, Abigail Kay; and Tyler Williams, 11.   Four people were killed and seven injured in a 3-vehicle crash on ... [full story]
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