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Planned Parenthood shooting suspect ID'd

Two civilians and a police officer were killed when a gunman opened fire at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic in a nearly six-hour standoff Friday.

The suspected gunman is Robert Lewis Dear, 59, a law enforcement official told CNN. The official did...

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Oregon Supreme Court upholds Guzek death penalty

Nearly 30 years after the brutal 1987 slaying of a Terrebonne couple – and after court costs topping $3 million – the Oregon Supreme Court on Friday rejected convicted killer Randy Lee Guzek’s appeal of his fourth death sentence, affirming that penalty for the first time and refusing to remand the case for a fifth sentencing trial in Bend.

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Record cold, still-slick streets - and more crashes

A day that began with bone-chilling sub-zero cold on the High Desert early Friday continued with more slick streets and numerous crashes, one blocking two lanes of Highway 97 north of Bend and causing big backups during the evening commute.

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Holiday kitchen fire heavily damages NE Bend home

A Thanksgiving night kitchen fire extensively damaged a northeast Bend home and brought the American Red Cross to help four roommates find shelter for the evening, fire officials said.

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BLM to begin winter prescribed burning across C.O.

With snow in Central Oregon, fuels specialists with the Bureau of Land Management Prineville District will be beginning their winter prescribed burning program on Monday.

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Feds extend comment period on plan to close areas to mining

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has extended the public comment period on the agency's plan to withdraw 10 million acres of public lands from mining in six western states to protect greater sage grouse habitat.

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Fall photos: Big High Desert Snow Dump, more

Our fall photo album took a turn for the white Tuesday as a foot or more of snow dumped over much of the High Desert. Here's a few of those photos - and others from earlier this fall. Feel free to send 1-2 of yours (and where taken/by whom) to stories@ktvz.com.

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Black Lives Matter demonstrators enter Portland mall

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Demonstrators with the Black Lives Matter movement took their protest inside a Portland shopping mall.

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Lawsuit questions Viacom billionaire Redstone's competency

Sumner Redstone, the aging media mogul who controls Viacom and CBS Corporation, is a "living ghost" who is practically unable to make decisions for himself, according to allegations leveled in legal filings.

A court hearing is scheduled for Monday in ...

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This $5 computer sold out in a day

Raspberry Pi has raised the bar on low-cost computing again.

The UK-based educational nonprofit released a new, tiny computer on Thursday for $5, the Raspberry Pi Zero, and sold out of it online within a day.

That's $30 cheaper than its original Raspb...

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Gold price plummets to almost 6-year low

Here's what people aren't buying right now: Gold.

The yellow metal traded as low as $1,051.60 an ounce on Friday, the cheapest price in nearly 6 years.

Gold prices haven't been this depressed since February 2010 -- before the popular show "Downton Abb...


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