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Kaci Hickox's boyfriend speaks out

The boyfriend of a Maine nurse who defied an Ebola quarantine is speaking out, saying isolating returnees from West Africa will affect their partners as well.

Central Oregon air ambulance safety

Special report: Air ambulance safety on the High Desert

When an ambulance can't move fast enough, here in Central Oregon, we rely on air ambulances. But as NewsChannel 21's Katie Higgins reports, it turns out those fast-moving helicopters have shaky safety records across the United States, leading to tighter federal rules.

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Maine: No deal with nurse in Ebola dispute

In the tense standoff between a Maine nurse and state officials, it was a surreal scene.

Nurse Kaci Hickox, who recently returned to the United States after treating Ebola patients in Sierra Leone, went on a bike ride with her boyfriend Thursday -- fo...

OSU-Cascades Campus

OSU-Cascades launching suicide prevention program

Oregon State University – Cascades said Thursday it will use a new $305,000 suicide prevention grant to develop programs at the branch campus to support student mental health and to identify and respond to students who are at risk for suicide.

St Charles drives change to full parking lots

St. Charles Bend tackles patient parking squeeze

St Charles Bend officials said Wednesday they've restructured their parking policy in an effort to address their patients' greatest complaints. But it's a bigger parking squeeze on employees, who can get tickets for illegal parking - or even dismissal.

Brttany Maynard Compassion and Choices

Compassion and Choices

Terminally ill woman may postpone taking her life

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A 29-year-old terminally ill woman who expects to take her life under Oregon's assisted-suicide law has released a new video, saying she's feeling better and might postpone the day she had planned to die.

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Chronic fatigue syndrome is real, study says

People with chronic fatigue syndrome are exhausted, no matter how much rest they get, for more than six months at a time.

Civil War Blood Drive

Civil War Blood Drive back for 13th year

For the 13th straight year, Oregon State University and the University of Oregon alumni associations – in conjunction with the American Red Cross and Lane Blood Center – are sponsoring the Civil War Blood Drive.

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