Central Point Man Claims Bear Attacked Him

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Central Point man was taken to the hospital Saturday night after he says he was attacked by a bear in his back yard. According to State Police, the 57-year old man said he was attacked by a sow that was protecting her two cubs. Based on the man’s injuries and lack...
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Cows Cause Traffic Issues on the Southside Bypass

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Some cattle got loose, causing traffic problems on the Southside Bypass overnight. Oregon State Police were called out to help get about 50 cows off the roadway and back into a pasture. According to dispatchers, 2 cars hit cows, but no one was injured. 
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Melting Glacier Causes Mud Flow near Mt. Shasta

Klamath Falls, Ore.– An ice glacier is causing traffic problems near Mt. Shasta. No vehicles are being allowed access to Pilgrim Creek Road or Mud Creek after a mud flow washed out a portion of Road 31. Deputies in the area reported that the mud is about the consistency of wet concrete. The mud...
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Man Uses Toy Gun in Attempted Holdup

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A Klamath Falls man was arrested Saturday after allegedly attempting to rob a Klamath Falls business at gunpoint. According to a press release from the police department, 41-year old Justin Heath Keffer had painted a toy gun to look like a real one, then, wearing a mask, went to Black Dog...
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Some Irrigation Water Available

Klamath Falls, Ore.– It’s been a rough water year all around… but that hasn’t stopped the Klamath Irrigation District from making some water available to its neighbors. The KID has made a small amount of irrigation water available to Warren Act Contractors, and will continue to provide as much water as possible to patrons...
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Woman Indicted for Selling OSU Cell Phones

Klamath Falls, Ore.– A former Oregon State University (OSU) employee turned herself in to Oregon State Police (OSP) Thursday after warrants were issued following an indictment related to selling university-owned cellphones during her employment. On September 18, 2014, former OSU employee CHRISTINA MARIE ADAMS, age 49, from Eugene, turned herself in to OSP at...
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Oregon Guard Member Added to Fallen Firefighter List

Salem, Ore.– An Oregon National Guard Soldier was added to the Oregon Fallen Fire Fighters Memorial and honored in a ceremony, Sept. 18, at the Oregon Public Safety Academy in Salem, Ore. The Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) added five Oregon fire fighters who were killed in the line of duty...
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Boles Fire: Donation Drop-off Sites

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Folks in Klamath and Lake Counties are rallying support for our neighbors in Weed, Calif., after the town suffered serious losses in a fire earlier this week. At least 150 structures, including more than 110 homes, were lost in the fire, leaving many homeless. City officials in Weed tell us that...
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Unemployment Rises in Oregon

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Oregon’s unemployment rate edged up, from 6.9 percent in July to 7.2 percent in August. This was the highest unemployment rate since-November 2013 when the rate was 7.3 percent, but far below the high point of the last recession, in June 2009, when the rate was 11.6 percent. It may seem...
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OSP Investigates Poaching of 3 Bucks

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Another three poached bucks were found dead in the Eagle Point area, and the Humane Society and the Oregon Hunters Association are offering a more than 5-thousand dollar reward for information leading to the arrest of those responsible. The three bucks were dumped along Lake Creek Road in Jackson County. The...
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