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The Making of a Snow Day

Klamath Falls, Ore.– There’s a lot that goes into deciding whether or not to call a snow day. Klamath Falls City School District officials say they start the process the night before… checking forecasts… then the district’s transportation supervisor drives around starting at 4-AM to check road conditions first-hand. They’re checking to make sure...
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New Details on Frieda Street Shooting

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The Klamath County Sheriff’s Office has released details about Monday morning’s early morning shooting at a home on Frieda Street. According to a press release, deputies responded to 4305 Frieda Street on Monday, January 4, 2016 at 1:27 am, after dispatchers received a call that two men had been shot there....
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Jail Records: Shooting Suspect Arrested

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  A man wanted in connection with a shooting on Frieda Avenue early yesterday morning is in custody, according to jail records. 25-year old Mathew Yeley was booked at the Klamath County jail after 8:00 Monday night on murder, assault, weapons, and drug charges. Klamath County law enforcement aren’t confirming information about...
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Two Injured in Early Morning Shooting

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Two people were reportedly injured in what witnesses have described as a drive-by shooting that happened early Monday morning in the 4300 block of Frieda Avenue. According to reports… two people were injured… one person shot in the arm, the other shot in the leg— both injuries are not considered life-threatening....
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Lawmakers Consider Bill to Allow Sale of Naloxone

Salem, Ore.–  A dose of naloxone can be the difference between life and death for someone who overdoses on opiates… and sometimes, by the time paramedics arrive with the drug, it’s too late. One Oregon lawmaker plans to introduce a bill in Salem that would allow anyone to buy the nasal spray to counteract the...
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Senior Group Receives Donated Vehicle

Lakeview, Ore.–  Lake County recently donated a retired SUV to the Lake County Senior Citizens Association last month. The 2004 Jeep Cherokee had been used by the Juvenile department, and needed to be replaced. Usually the county will sell retired vehicles at auction and get a few hundred dollars, but commissioners decided to donate...
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Arrest Warrant Issued in Connection with Klamath Falls Murder

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  A state-wide arrest warrant has been issued for a Beaverton man suspected in connection with the murder of a man’s who’s body was found in a Klamath Falls hotel over the weekend. According to Klamath County District Attorney Rob Patridge… KFPD was called out the the Rivers Inn on Main Street...
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Flooding Rains, Snowfall, Help Oregon Drought

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Oregon has benefited the most from recent rain and snow fall in the Northwest when it comes to overcoming the 4-year drought in the state. The US Drought Monitor shows that just under 40-percent of Oregon is still under Extreme Drought conditions… that’s down from more than 67-percent just three months...
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Oregon Promise Could Lure More Students to Community Colleges

Salem, Ore.–  State officials expect as many as 7-thousand current high school seniors in the state are expected to take advantage of the new Oregon Promise program. Analysts say that if that happens… that would amount to about 20-percent of graduating high schools students heading to community colleges… a 25-percent increase.  Students accepted into...
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Officers to be Recognized for Life-Saving Efforts

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Two Klamath Falls Police officers are being recognized for saving the life of a Klamath Falls man. KFPD Officers Taylor Herbst and Thomas Reif were called to a home on Division Street in October, where they found a man trying to hang himself. The officers worked together to cut him down...
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