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CA police chief reacts to allegations

Vallejo, Calif., investigating officer's Bend incident

Vallejo, Calif., Police Chief Jospeh Kreins said Wednesday his department is investigating a downtown Bend incident last weekend in which Vallejo Sgt. Michael Kent Tribble pulled a gun during a fight.

High Desert health officials weigh in on Ebola

C.O. health officials weigh in on Ebola virus

Medical experts say the odds of contracting the Ebola virus in the U.S. are close to zero. But if a similar event hit Central Oregon, would we be prepared?

Ebola MGN graphic

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Ore. health officials prep for Ebola, say risk is low

State public health officials said Wednesdasy they are ready to respond in the unlikely event a person ill with Ebola infection arrives in Oregon, but they emphasize that risk of exposure remains low.

Men take a stand against domestic violence

C.O. men take stand against domestic violence

Saving Grace, a Central Oregon nonprofit, has teamed up with 31 male leaders in the community to fight against domestic violence. From chefs to news anchors to football players, many men are coming forward to say why they are against it.

School welcomes displaced family

Bend school welcomes hurricane-hit family

Hurricane Odile tore through the Mexican resort town of Cabo San Lucas over two weeks ago, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. One family that has since come to Bend has been welcomed by Seven Peaks School.

Oregon Dept. of Forestry keeps fire limits in place

After the parched summer, the recent rainfall in Central Oregon was heartily welcomed by local residents. But it wasn't enough to end wildfire danger, according to the Oregon Department of Forestry.

Airstrikes school hit in Syria (NOT Homs bombing)


Airstrikes pound ISIS targets in Iraq, Syria

A day after Britain's military launched its first airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq, the question is: Who will be next to join the U.S.-led coalition in its air campaign against the extremists who have seized a swath of Iraq and Syria?

Secret Service officer in front of White House


Security lapses lead to shakeup at top of Secret Service

Julia Pierson, the first female director of the Secret Service, resigned Wednesday in the aftermath of a fence-jumper gaining access to the White House on September 19 and a subsequent congressional inquiry uncovering other security lapses.

Mohamed Osman Mohamud

U.S. Dept. of Justice

Ore. man gets 30 years in Christmas bomb plot

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — An Oregon man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for plotting to bomb a crowded holiday event in Portland's town square in 2010.

Complaint: Racial slurs, threats at Daimler plant

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Oregon Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian has filed a complaint against Daimler Trucks North America, alleging that five employees at its Portland plant were subjected to racial slurs and threats.

Federal judge upholds water for Klamath salmon

GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) — A federal judge has ruled that a federal water agency did not violate the law when it made special reservoir releases last year to help salmon in Northern California's Klamath River survive the drought.


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