Oregon Court At Chiloquin Jr./Sr. High Schools Tuesday Morning

Chiloquin, Ore. – Tomorrow morning, the Oregon Court of Appeals will be visiting Chiloquin Jr./Sr. High School. Leadership students will have a rare opportunity to see how Oregon’s judicial system runs when they come to the school to hear oral arguments in three cases. Rob Kardell, social studies and leadership teacher says “This is...
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City Council Meets Tonight At 7pm

Klamath Falls, Ore. – The City Council is meeting tonight Monday, May 1st.  On tonight’s agenda, they’ll be taking public testimony for a number of land use projects by the Planning Commission.   Also tonight the Council will take the next step in entering into official contracts with Sky Lakes to develop a park...
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OSP Still Searching For A Suspect And A Witness Involved With Fatal Hit And Run

Rickreall, Ore. – Troopers from the Oregon State Police (OSP) are still continuing to investigate all the unanswered questions from a fatal hit and run accident on April 14th.  Detectives are looking for a commercial vehicle driver who was in the area at the time of the crash. The accident took place near the...
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Fake OLCC Agent Busted In Eugene

Eugene, Ore. – The Eugene Police Department, with the help of the Oregon Liquor Control Commission took a suspect into custody last Thursday.  27 year old Marshall Nicholas Hladun was suspected of impersonating an OLCC liquor agent at liquor licensed businesses.  Hladun is being charged with felony coercion, misdemeanor attempted coercion, and unlawfully carrying...
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23 Year Old In Josephine County Arrested On Sex Crimes In Jackson County

Josephine County, Ore. – We’re just learning this morning that on Thursday, April 27th, detectives from the Oregon State Police contacted Wesley Allen Healer in Jackson County and arrested him on a felony warrant for alleged sex crimes. Healer was taken into custody without incident and is being held at the Jackson County Jail....
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“We Can Not Cut Our Way To Prosperity” says OIT’s President Dr. Nagi Naganathan

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Yesterday with a little help via Skype, there was a special meeting of the Oregon Tech Board of Trustees Executive Committee. They were meeting to consider recommending that the OIT Board approve fees and tuition for the academic year 2017-2018.  OIT President Dr. Nagi Naganathan opened the meeting and then...
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Governor Brown Addresses PERS Costs

Salem, Ore. – Yesterday, Governor Kate Brown announced plans to address Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) costs along with state employee compensation bargaining and debt collection. This, combined with the cost containment measures announced last week, will reduce the overhead costs of state government and increase the efficiency of essential services. “The state’s budget...
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Jackknifed Semi Blocking One Lane Close To The CA Border

UPDATE  At 8am, ODOT is reporting that one lane is open and one lane still blocked with a jackknifed semi.   I-5 Southbound milepost 3, south of Siskiyou Summit. Expect delays until cleared back up clears. Deicer is down but use caution this morning traveling over the summit due to slick road surface.  =====...
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Fallen Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Ceremony In May

Salem, Ore. – Next Tuesday May 2nd, the Oregon Fallen Law Enforcement Officers’ Memorial Ceremony is taking place. The event is one that the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) is proud to host every year in partnership with Oregon C.O.P.S. and Oregon’s various statewide law enforcement associations. The memorial honors 183...
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City Employee Reportedly Burned In Geothermal Line Incident

Klamath Falls, Ore. – On Wednesday April 26th, a Klamath Falls City worker was reportedly burned with scalding water during maintenance on a geothermal line. The name of the employee has not been released, I reached out to a Klamath Falls City representative but they were not able to make a statement at this...
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