KTVZ Top Stories

OLCC Investigations

Over-served? OLCC looks into three Bend businesses

Three Bend businesses are being investigated by the Oregon Liquor Commission to determine if they served too much alcohol on recent occasions.

Proposed Paved Trail Causes Backlash

USFS drops Sisters-Black Butte paved path plan

Sisters District Ranger Kristie Miller said Tuesday evening she has withdrawn her decision to proceed with a controversial project that would have built a paved path from Sisters to Black Butte Ranch.

Bend old-new water system

City of Bend

Bend fails to meet water treatment deadline

More than 21,000 city of Bend water customers are getting a notice of the city’s failure to meet an Oct. 1 state deadline, set and extended years ago, to treat its water for the parasite cryptosporidium. But the filtration plant is being built, and due online in early 2016.

Decision 2014 logo

King County, Wash., sheriff backs Ore. pot legalization

A major law enforcement official in neighboring Washington state is throwing his support behind the Oregon measure that would legalize recreational marijuana.

OSU-Cascades Campus

Region asks for $2M to support OSU-Cascades

BEND, Ore. (AP) — Leaders from Central Oregon are seeking $2 million in state funding for projects connected with the expansion of OSU-Cascades.

Ben Bradlee

REUTERS/Alex Gallardo

Legendary Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee dies

Ben Bradlee, the charismatic Washington Post editor who guided the paper through the era of the Pentagon Papers and Watergate and was immortalized on screen in "All the President's Men," has died. He was 93.

Marijuana (MGN graphic)

MGN graphic

Springfield yes, Eugene no on local marijuana tax

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — The Springfield City Council said yes Monday evening to a local tax on marijuana, but the Eugene council said no to the possibility.

Oregon State University logo

OSU President Ed Ray gets 9 percent raise

CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) — The Oregon State University Board of Trustees approved a 9 percent pay raise for President Ed Ray.

Court reverses course on switchblade police stop

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The Oregon Court of Appeals has rejected a man's appeal of his conviction of carrying a concealed switchblade after a higher court clarified its interpretation of people's rights during a traffic stop.

VA logo

Military spouses gain new education benefits

Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Ore., commended Tuesday’s announcement by the Department of Veterans Affairs that the Fry Scholarship will be available starting on November 3, 2014 to spouses of servicemembers who died on active duty.

Brownies blurb

SXC

Colorado wants to ban pot-laced brownies, candy

Colorado health officials want to ban sales of marijuana-infused brownies, cookies and most candies.

More Pay It Forward
More Health
More Pets
More Movies
 
1 areas are now under advisories, watches or severe weather warnings.
Advertisement
More Fire Alert

KTVZ.COM Poll

Most Popular

Running with the dogs

photo 1

Ever notice things dogs do on trail runs that would be weird if humans did them?

Tour the Tin Pan Alley Art Collection

Discover great local artists and public art installations at the Tin Pan Alley Art Collection

More Extraordinary Living

Toolbox

Twitter Facebook
Make Us Your Homepage Chef's Table
RSS Pump Patrol
Fire Alert Green Life
News Link Community Links
Mobile Crimestoppers

E-News Registration

Advertisement