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Mar 11,2008
CLACKAMAS, Ore. -- Deputies are asking the public's help in identifying a man caught on a Target store surveillance video in southeast Clackamas, Oregon, Saturday afternoon as he masturbated and wiped his sperm on a nearby woman shopping with her three-year-old daughter. If you can identify this man who was caught on video surveillance masturbating then wiping sperm on a nearby woman shopping with her three-year-old daughter, call 503.723.4949.CCSO photo. The woman, a 30-year old Vancouver, Washington ... [full story]
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Mar 11,2008
PORTLAND, Ore. - A Nazi flag attached to a 4-foot balloon that greeted commuters Friday morning was the latest in a series of similar banners in Portland, Ore.Similar flags were hung from utility poles this week in Tigard, a few miles south of Portland, The Oregonian reported. The latest flag was flying next to the Fremont Bridge over the Willamette River. Flag and balloon were attached to a rope anchored to a rock that police say ... [full story]
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Mar 11,2008
EUGENE, Ore. - A Eugene, Ore., radio station and the Oregon Urology Institute are encouraging men to have vasectomies in time for the NCAA March Madness basketball tournament.The institute's radio advertisements encourage men to "lower your seed for the tournament," and KSCR, a local sports talk station, sweetened the deal by promising pizza delivery and frozen peas to ease the pain of any man who undergoes the procedure the day before a game, The (Portland) ... [full story]
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Mar 11,2008
SALEM, Ore. – A pickup that ran out of gas on Interstate 5 in Salem on Monday began a chain reaction of collisions involving two commercial trucks and trailers, one of which jack-knifed across traffic and blocked the northbound freeway lanes for three hours.   The pickup (above) ran out of gas, was hit by the black semi-truck, which was then hit by the green semi-truck (below), causing the first semi to jack-knife on Interstate-5 in ... [full story]
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Mar 10,2008
GLENEDEN BEACH, Ore. -- The 16-year-old boy who remains missing and presumed dead after entering the heavy surf off the Oregon coast to help an 11-year-old child caught in a riptide on Saturday has been identified. Despite the efforts of Aloha High School junior, Ross Barfuss, 11-year-old River Jenison of Westfir died at a local hospital after he was pulled from the water. The incident happened about 1:15 p.m., March 8, Oregon State Police reported. ... [full story]
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Mar 10,2008
CUTLER, Ore. - An 11-year-old boy was killed Saturday and a 16-year-old boy is still missing after they were swept out to sea by a rip current at Gleneden Beach near Cutler, Oregon.   Gleneden Beach, Oregon  The 11-year-old child, a resident of Westfir, was identified as River Jenison. He died Saturday at Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital following extensive lifesaving efforts by medical personnel, Oregon State Police said. At 1:10 p.m., the Coast Guard received a request ... [full story]
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Mar 07,2008
21 Firearms Stolen from Springfield Residence in 2006 EUGENE, Ore. – Martin Elery Beal, 38, of Springfield, Oregon, was sentenced this week by United States District Court Judge Michael R. Hogan to serve 15 years and eight months in federal prison for being a felon in possession of a firearm under the Armed Career Criminal Act. Beal was also ordered to serve a supervised release term of five years. Because Beal’s criminal history included at ... [full story]
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Mar 07,2008
SALEM, Ore. -- With the election results from March 4 showing that the Democratic nomination for president is still up in the air, Oregon is poised to become an important state for both candidates. Secretary of State Bill Bradbury today invited Senators Clinton and Obama to spend as much time in Oregon as possible. "Sure, our primary is still two and a half months away, but since our ballots are mailed out in early May, ... [full story]
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Mar 07,2008
SB 1069 Creates Grants For Studies That Will Help Water Storage Efforts Across Oregon SALEM, Ore.  –  Thursday Governor Ted Kulongoski signed the Agriculture and Community Water Act of 2008 (SB 1069), which establishes a statewide grant program to study water storage, reuse and conservation. The grants will help Oregon develop water storage projects that will be crucial for areas such as the Umatilla Basin, which suffer from critical water shortages.  “Senate Bill 1069 is an important first ... [full story]
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Mar 07,2008
SALEM, Ore. -- Attorney General Hardy Myers this week announced the Oregon Department of Justice Top 10 Consumer Complaint List for 2007 as part of a 50 state celebration marking the 10th annual National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW), March 2-8, 2008. Recognized by federal, state and local government agencies and consumer advocacy organizations, the 2008 NCPW emphasizes that financially savvy consumers are likely to make smarter decisions about managing their money, using credit wisely, and ... [full story]
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Mar 07,2008
EUGENE, Ore. – Police have determined that a person originally thought to be a passenger in a pickup that crossed the center line and struck an oncoming vehicle in a head-on collision that caused the death of the second driver near Eugene, Oregon on Tuesday evening was actually the driver.   Police have determined that the man they belived was a passenger in this pickup involved in a fatal head-on crash near Eugene, Oregon on Tuesday was actually ... [full story]
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Mar 06,2008
SALEM, Ore. - The Oregon Department of Human Services is holding a lottery to choose who will be eligible to receive health insurance benefits."Within the next few days," the department said, "a state computer will randomly select the names of 3,000 people who will be mailed applications (for health insurance) next week." The reservation list for the state's Health Plan Standard benefit package included 91,675 names, the department said. They couldn't choose people through a discriminatory ... [full story]
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Mar 06,2008
SWEET HOME, Ore. - The young woman who designed "The Game of Redneck Life" says she was inspired by growing up in small-town Oregon and a visit to Kentucky.Lisa Steenson told the Lebanon, Ore., Express that her eureka moment came in 2003 when she spent some time with a friend in Somerset, Ky. "There was a huge crowd parked at the Super Wal-Mart drinking," she said. "That's apparently the thing to do in Pulaski County."Steenson spent ... [full story]
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