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Blood drive in Klamath Falls today

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — There’s a blood drive today if you have some time in your day. Klamath Basin Senior Center in Klamath Falls is conducting a Red Cross blood drive from 9pm to 2pm. today. To schedule a donation appointment you can call 541-883-7171, and each person that gives will get a free...
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Medford police looking for second suspect in counterfeit money case

MEDFORD, Ore. — Medford Police need the public’s help in finding a second suspect that’s been identified in a counterfeit money case. The suspect is 24 year old Nima Blue, and is described as white, 6’2”, 220 lbs, with brown hair and brown eyes. The first suspect, Adam Bennett, was found at a Motel...
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Major meth bust over the weekend in Klamath Falls

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Oregon State Police made a major drug bust over the weekend here in Klamath Falls. Authorities say they seized over 20 pounds of meth that was being transported through the basin during a traffic stop on Saturday. 38 year old Sandra Guillen-Avila and 24 year old Jeronimo Novoa-Deal were pulled...
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Fund set up for couple that was seriously injured in head on collision in Klamath Falls

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — A fund has been set up for the Klamath Falls couple involved in a head on collision on Homedale Monday afternoon. The Klamath County Sheriff’s says that Amy Squires crossed over the center median in her minivan, and crashed head on into a car driven by Nicholas Gonzalez. Gonzalez, and...
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Dennis Linthicum says he’ll decide on Congressional run within the next 7 to 10 days

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Dennis Linthicum is considering a run for Congress and has been exploring the idea. Linthicum was at the Discover Klamath Visitor and Convention Bureau’s 4th Annual Stakeholder’s Event last night, and say he should have a decision made within the next 7 to ten days. Linthicum pointed to the public’s...
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Medford says no to medical marijuana dispensaries

MEDFORD, Ore. — One southern Oregon city has already stepped up, and is saying no to medical marijuana dispensaries in their area. Medford isn’t going to allow any medical marijuana dispensaries to do business in the city limits, despite the new state law allowing them. The City Council expanded an ordinance banning business licenses...
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Violent accident in Klamath Falls sends three people to the hospital

  KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. –A violent accident during the lunch hour yesterday in Klamath Falls sent three people to the hospital. A witness on the scene says that around noon a minivan on Homedale near South 6th ran into a compact car that was traveling down Homedale at the time. Several emergency crews responded...
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Murder victim had restraining order on estranged husband that alledgly killed her

GRESHAM, Ore. — 27 year old Jessie Doyle Cavett, the Gresham woman fatally shot Saturday in her apartment had just applied for a restraining order on her estranged husband. Doyle Cavett told court officials says that 36 year old Joshua Cavett threatened to torture her, so they granted the order August 5th, and then...
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Klamath Falls rancher settles lawsuit with Union Pacific over dead cattle

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — A legal battle between a Klamath Falls rancher and a railroad over 24 dead cattle has ended. 71 year old Bruce Topham received a settlement two weeks ago on the eve of a trial with Union Pacific. The amount wasn’t disclosed, but Topham valued the rare cows at several hundred...
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People entering national parks in spite of closures

CRATER LAKE, Ore. — National Parks across the country remain closed due to the government shutdown, but that isn’t stopping people from ignoring the closed gates and signs, and going in anyway. Crater Lake National Park is one of the parks that is seeing some of that activity even though the closure is being...
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