Klamath Co. deputy shot, critically wounded in traffic stop

A Klamath County sheriff's deputy was shot in the face and side and critically wounded during a traffic stop in Klamath Falls late Wednesday morning, prompting a police and public alert to watch for a black 1989 Jeep Cherokee.

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Lawsuit challenges FIFA concussion rules

A group of current and former soccer players has filed a lawsuit against FIFA, claiming soccer's world governing body isn't doing enough to manage the issue of concussion in the game.

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Ebola outbreak: 'Even worse than I'd feared'

"It's even worse than I'd feared," Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Wednesday of the Ebola outbreak rampaging through West Africa. "Every day this outbreak goes on, it increases the risk for another ex...

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Raw milk sickens 45 in Utah

Raw milk from Utah has sickened 45 people, according to the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food.

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Mosaic Medical names chief operating officer

After an extensive nationwide search, Mosaic Medical has named Allison McCormick as Chief Operating Officer for the organization.   Mosaic Medical is a non-profit community health care system which includes clinics in Prineville, Bend, Madras and Redmond.

Liberia quarantine zone

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Inside the Ebola 'quarantine zone'

A red rope guarded by police marks the "quarantine line" around the West Point slum in the Liberian capital, Monrovia.

Beyond it, more than 70,000 people are trapped -- angry, scared and increasingly hungry -- as authorities seek to halt the spread o...

Doctors principal react to late school start times

Should school start later so teens get more sleep?

High schoolers: How would you like to sleep in and start school a little later every morning? Now some doctors are encouraging schools to do just that and let teens sleep, for their benefit.

Oregon suicide hotline calls top drug-alcohol help

C.O. Suicide Awareness Week events planned

September 8 through 14 is National Suicide Awareness Week. To build awareness and work toward preventing suicide-and suicide attempts-the Deschutes County Suicide Prevention Advisory Council and community partners are coordinating several activities throughout Central Oregon.

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Ban on indoor e-cigarette smoking sought

The World Health Organization is calling for major regulations on the e-cigarette industry, including a ban on indoor smoking.

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