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Customer Exposes Himself to Clerk

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Klamath Falls Police are asking for the community’s help tracking down a man who allegedly exposed himself to a clerk at the East Main Market. The man is described as a white male, with a beard and receding hairline. Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to call the Klamath...
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Murder Charges Dropped

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Klamath County District Attorney Rob Patridge says there isn’t enough time to do a thorough investigation in a recent murder case before the case would need to go to the grand jury… so they’re dropping murder charges for now. This is connected to last weekend’s shooting death of Kenneth Halston Wilkinson. Police...
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Chiloquin Horse Tests Positive for West Nile

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Klamath County Public Health officials say a horse in Chiloquin tested positive for the West Nile Virus on September 17th. West Nile is a mosquito-born virus that can incubate in humans and animals for as long as two weeks before symptom start to appear. Those symptoms can include: Fever of 100...
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Douglas County Sheriff Revises Death, Injury Counts

Roseburg, Ore.– Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin says he can now confirm that 10 people were killed in Thursday morning’s shooting at Umpqua Community College, and 7 were injured, three of them critically.  Authorities haven’t officially released a name… but several news agencies are reporting that the gunman was 26-year old Chris Harper Mercer… and school...
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13 Dead in Umpqua Community College Shooting

Roseburg, Ore.– Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum confirms 13 deaths in this morning’s shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg. Details are still few as Douglas County Sheriff’s Deputies and Oregon State Police investigators assess the situation at the college in rural Roseburg. OSP did issue a press release confirming that there is “no...
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Recreational Pot is Now Legal to Buy, Depending on Where You Live

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  It’s official… you can now buy marijuana just for the heck of it in Oregon. Just not in Klamath County. Commissioners last week voted unanimously to ban the establishment of marijuana dispensaries in the county. An Klamath County couple is fighting for the right to open up a dispensary to commercially sell...
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Sex Crimes Under Investigation

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Deputies with the Klamath County Sheriff’s office are investigating two separate sex crimes. A Klamath Falls man has been arrested for incest. Klamath County Sheriff’s Deputies yesterday took 37-year old Brian James Garman into custody on Sodomy, incest, and first degree criminal mistreatment charges. He’s being held on 120-thousand dollars bond. A...
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Earthquake Documentary to Air on OPB

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Would you be prepared if a magnitude 9.0 earthquake hit in Oregon? It’s a question Oregonians have been asking since a New Yorker article was published over the summer, highlighting Oregon’s vulnerability to tremblers. Now, Oregon Public Broadcasting has put together a documentary, called Unprepared, taking an in-depth look at the...
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Starbucks Inks Deal with Albertsons for Return to KFalls

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Starbucks is coming back to the Klamath Basin. MyBasin News has learned that Starbucks has signed an agreement to put a barista inside the Albertsons store on South 6th Street. According to an email from Jane Nearn, regional director for Starbucks, the coffee counter should be ready to brew your lattes...
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Extra Police on Henley High Campus After Reported Threat

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Words matter— it’s a lesson some Henley High School students are learning this morning. According to social media reports… a Henley High student was overheard telling students not to come to school today… because they were going to shoot the place up. Students reported the threat to school officials and sent out a...
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