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Second person of interest wanted in Chiloquin murder investigation

CHILOQUIN, Ore. — A second person is being sought in the investigation of the murder of Cheng Sio Saechao in Chiloquin. 32 year old James Collins, who also goes by the nickname “Cowboy,” has been named as a person of interest and  the Major Crime Team Task Force needs your help finding him.  Collins...
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Klamath Community College putting bond measure on November ballot

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Klamath Comunity College has decided to move forward with a bond measure on the November ballot. At their August meeting the Klamath Community College Board of Education approved a resolution to put a $9.85 million bond before voters in the November 5, 2013 election. The bond, when combined with $7.85...
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Avian botulism killing birds at Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — The drought is taking a toll on waterfowl in the Klamath Falls region. Thousands of ducks are dying from a disease called avian botulism on the Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge due to overcrowded marshes. Current water management plans don’t allow for any to flow into Lower Klamath Lake refuge...
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Geothermal plant one step closer to coming to Klamath Falls

A local geothermal project is one step closer to being built in the basin. Entiv Organic Energy made an announcement earlier this week that they are moving forward construction permits on the Klamath Hills project just south of Klamath Falls. The geothermal plant would be on private land that would be leased by Entiv...
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Suspect in Chiloquin murder turns himself in

CHILOQUIN, — A suspect in a murder in Chiloquin that Klamath County Sheriff’s had been on the look out for turned himself in for questioning yesterday. David Guy Mogelburg turned himself in and has been arrested for murder and arson in the Second Degree relating to the death of 28 year old Cheng Sio...
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Schools opting out of National School Lunch Program

WASHINGTON — After just one year, some schools around the country are dropping out of the healthier new federal lunch program. The complaint many students didn’t want to eat the meals chock full of whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and that the cafeterias were losing money. Federal officials don’t have exact numbers, but are...
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Still no answers on GMO wheat discovered in Oregon

PORTLAND, Ore. — It’s been four months since a farmer discovered GMO wheat in an Oregon field, yet scientists are no closer to knowing how the wheat ended up in the field. Since the “Roundup Ready” plants appeared in a solitary eastern Oregon field officials have been gathering information, monitoring media reports and keep...
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Heavy traffic expected for UO and OSU games this weekend

EUGENE, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Transportation wants to warn travelers heading to UO and OSU games that there may be heavy traffic, and to travel early and carefully. According to ODOT, almost 30,000 additional vehicles converge on Interstate 5 and roads leading to Eugene and Corvallis when home games are on the...
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Body of missing Arizona teen found

The body of an Arizona teen who vanished last week was found around 6:30 last night. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the death as a suicide. Jonathan Croon’s body was found about 1000 feet away from his dad’s SUV. The vehicle was found Wednesday on Yokum Road outside of Riddle, and  investigators...
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Cover Oregon launches new ad campaign

SALEM, Ore. — Cover Oregon is launching a second series of television ads to promote the online marketplace where consumers can shop for health insurance. The three ads launched yesterday are designed to educate the public about Cover Oregon. The ads show the ability to compare insurance plans, federal subsidies that lower the costs...
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