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Bill Clinton stumps in Bend for Hillary

Bill Clinton, back in Bend: Hillary 'knows what she's doing'

Back in Bend, eight years later, again stumping for his wife Hillary in a tough battle for the Democratic nomination, former President Bill Clinton spoke to hundreds of enthusiastic Central Oregon Community College students and supporters Thursday afternoon.

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Central Oregonians pack the house at Bill Clinton rally

Despite just 48 hours notice, Central Oregon Community College campus still drew long lines as Central Oregonians showed up to hear from former President Bill Clinton. 

ID Theft Pt 2 How to keep safe

Identity theft, Part 2: Ways to stay safe

It happens before you know it. Identify theft can happen in many different forms. But are you protected?

BendFilm hosts mid-year event with acclaimed poet

Critically acclaimed poet shares story of prison, transformation

A mid-year event gave independent film lovers a taste of what they can expect at this fall’s BendFilm Festival. The organization hosted poet and author Jimmy Santiago Baca Thursday evening.

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Fort McMurray fire: What we know

Days after residents escaped a roaring wildfire in the Canadian city of Fort McMurray, the blaze shows no signs of abating. The fire is marching on, forcing thousands of evacuees to pack up again and move farther south to outrun the flames.

Decision 2016

Record number of people register with parties in Oregon primary

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — An unprecedented number of Oregonians changed their voter registrations to Democrat or Republican this year and can now cast a presidential ballot in the state's May 17 primary.

Oregon Supreme Court limits damages in lawsuits against state

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — The Oregon Supreme Court voted 5-2 to uphold a $3 million cap on damages injured people can collect in lawsuits against the state or its employees.

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Merkley applauds new FDA tobacco rules

Sen. Jeff Merkley D-Ore., released the following statement Thursday after the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced that the Food and Drug Administration’s tobacco deeming rule was finalized and will now go into effect:

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State adopts temporary rules for industrial hemp

The Oregon Department of Agriculture said this week it has adopted temporary administrative rules to implement legislative changes to the state’s industrial hemp program.


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Authorities: Portland worker dies in trench collapse

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Authorities say a 27-year-old construction worker died when a trench collapsed and buried him in Portland.

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Claim: Paterno was aware of child abuse in 1976

Former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno knew that his assistant coach Jerry Sandusky was sexually abusing a child as early as 1976, according to a claim by an insurance company.

This date is 18 years before what had been thought as the earliest ...

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Report: Deschutes County home prices up 9 percent in year

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Bend-Redmond (Deschutes County) home prices rose 9 percent over the year ending in August, CoreLogic, a property information…

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