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Unknown Amount Of Gas Spilled Into N. Santiam River After Tanker Crash

A tanker carrying about 11,500 gallons of gas crashed after losing traction on black ice on Highway 22 near Idanha, Oregon.

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Lane County Parks Rangers To Mount Pisgah Vandals: 'Please Stop'

Relentless unknown vandals have caused extensive damage at a parking lot at Mount Pisgah, prompting Lane County Parks officials to make stopping the destruction a top priority.

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Questions Swirl About Forest Service's Handling Of Whitewater Fire

Heavy rain and snow brought the Whitewater Fire to an end nearly three months ago, but questions about how the blaze was managed have remained controversial in the Santiam Canyon.

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5 Things Vera Katz Did To Bolster Art In Portland

We talk with one artist and one arts administrator about what they remember of living, working, and making in Vera Katz’s Portland.

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Portland Train Attack Suspect Trial Date Set For June 2019

Multnomah County Judge Cheryl Albrecht set a June 2019 trial date for Jeremy Christian, the man accused of stabbing three people on a Portland light-rail train earlier this year.

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FamilyCare Threatens To Close Doors, Cut Hundreds Of Jobs

FamilyCare, one of Oregon's largest coordinated care organizations, has told its 300 employees that most will be out of a job by January.

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NORCOR Juvenile Center Says Reports Of 'Psychological Harm' Are Exaggerated

The Northern Oregon Regional Correctional Facilities issued a letter Friday saying reports that the juvenile detention center is “psychologically harmful" are exaggerated.

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'Me Pueden Quitar A Mi Mamá'

La inmigración ilegal es un tema político de la administrativa Trump que ha tenido un efecto bastante fuerte en los estudiantes latinos del proyecto “Clase del 2025”.

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Portland Settles Utility Lawsuit Alleging Improper Spending For $10 Million

The city of Portland has reached a $10 million settlement in a long-running lawsuit alleging misspending of ratepayer dollars by the city’s water and sewer bureaus.

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Judge Rules NORCOR Lawsuit Can Move Forward

A Wasco County judge ruled Friday that a lawsuit against the Northern Oregon Regional Corrections Facilty can move forward.

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