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Group Continues Push for Jail Levy

Klamath Falls, Ore.– So far, the public safety action committee working to pass a proposed tax levy to help fund Klamath County’s jail has held several information sessions in advance of next month’s special election. Todd Kepple with that committee says they’ve had about a dozen folks coming to each of their information meetings to...
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Unemployment Dips Below National Average

Salem, Ore.– Oregon’s unemployment rate has dipped to 5.4%. The state’s employment department says that’s now below that national unemployment rate, and huge improvement over last year when 7.1 percent of Oregon workers were looking for jobs. Economists say there are probably two things at play… one— a mild winter, construction jobs trudged through...
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California Woman Missing

Klamath Falls, Ore. –The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Department is continuing a coordinated search for Ms. Theresa Glenn of Mccloud. She was last seen on April 11 at approximately 3:20 pm walking her dog, and was possibly seen in the Haul Road/Firenze Road area around 6:30pm. She was wearing blue sweater and tan pants. Search...
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High Speed and Foot Chase End in Arrest

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A 27-year old man was taken into custody in Klamath County Sunday afternoon after leading police on a high speed chase. The suspect was driving a blue Hyundai, and reportedly reached speeds of up to 90 miles an hour, narrowly missing other cars, and even driving on the wrong side of the road as...
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Oregon Boasts One of Nation’s Fastest-Growing Areas

Klamath Falls, Ore.– One of the nation’s top ten fastest-growing metropolitan areas is right here in Oregon. According to the US Census Bureau, Bend is the 7th fastest growing metro area in the US. The Villages in Florida took the number one spot, followed by Myrtle Beach in South Carolina. Bend saw a 2.7 percent population increase...
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County Budget Hearings Begin Today

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Klamath County Commissioners are in budget hearings every day this week, as they hear from county agencies about their financial needs for the next fiscal year.  Today Commissioners will meet with representatives from the Klamath County Library Service District to discuss the library system’s budget. The library’s proposed 4.16 million dollar budget...
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Oregon Bridges Await Repair

SALEM, Ore. – There’s a good news and bad for Oregon in a report on how states are doing in keeping bridges safe and in good repair. The American Road and Transportation Builders Association ranks Oregon 33rd for its number of structurally deficient bridges – in this case, the higher the number, the better the ranking. ...
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Oregon Lawmakers Consider Wiping Pot Arrests from Records

Salem, Ore.– What was illegal last year… will be legal come July. So if you were charged with something that will no longer be a crime… should it stay on your record? That’s a question Oregon lawmakers are trying to navigate, as they consider two bills that aim to erase pot arrests that would not...
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KFPD Getting Social Media Savvy

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The Klamath Falls Police Department is taking more and more to social media to spread the word about cases their working on. Yesterday the KFPD posted a photo on its facebook page of a young man they’re looking for who might be connected to a stolen vehicle. Most law enforcement agencies across...
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Oregon Delegation Pushes for Pot Biz Deductions

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A pot business should be treated just like any other business… so say US Senators Ron Wyden and Congressman Earl Blumenauer who are introducing bills in Washington DC to allow marijuana-related businesses to take business deductions on their federal tax returns. A 1982 law prohibits tax breaks for anyone who sells controlled substances....
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