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Salem-News.com (Jul-03-2014 06:48)
Police Searching for Murder Suspect in Southern OregonKevin Hays Salem-News.com
If you see this man call 911 immediately.
(GRANTS PASS, Ore. ) -
Police in southern Oregon are asking for the public's help in locating a Josephine County resident wan ted for murder in connection with a November 2013 homicide in Cave Junction.
Salem-News.com (Jun-15-2014 09:56)
California Man Arrested in Oregon After Police Find CocaineSalem-News.com
Police arrested 42-year-old Jay Gaudalupe Barragan, from West Sacramento, California.
(MEDFORD, Ore. ) -
An Oregon State Police traffic stop on Interstate 5 near Medford led to the arrest of a West Sacramento, California man after he was found in possession of approximately 2.2 pounds of cocaine.
Salem-News.com (Apr-29-2011 23:15)
Victim Identified - Fatal Traffic Crash - Interstate 5 near PhoenixSalem-News.com
(Phoenix, Oregon) - Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are continuing the investigation into a Friday afternoon two-vehicle fatal traffic crash in the southbound lanes of Interstate 5 near Phoenix. The crash resulted in the death of a Ashland-area man and minor injuries to two other people. The victim's name is being released following confirmation of next of kin notification.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Nov-15-2010 19:13)
Volleyball: SOU`s Stone Turns CCC Player of Year AwardSalem-News.com Sports
Yotes’ Mendiola, Raiders’ Rohlfing Share Coaching Award Again
(Portland, Oregon) - Lindsey Stone of Southern Oregon has been voted the Cascade Collegiate Conference’s Player of the Year, the league office announced. For the second straight year, Southern Oregon’s Josh Rohlfing and The College of Idaho’s Liz Mendiola were named Co-Coaches of the Year by their peers.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Oct-26-2010 17:41)
Special Olympics Oregon Fall Regional Games Held StatewideSalem-News.com
(PORTLAND, Ore.) -
Several communities throughout Oregon will once again host Special Olympics Oregon Fall Regional Games on consecutive weekends in Late October and November. More than 2,000 athletes will compete in one of 10 competitions in seven cities. Hundreds of coaches, volunteers and families will join in to support competitors.
Salem-News.com (Oct-22-2010 18:18)
Fatal Traffic Crash - Highway 238 southwest of JacksonvilleSalem-News.com
(MEDFORD, Ore.) - Oregon State Police (OSP) troopers are continuing the investigation into Friday morning's single vehicle fatal traffic crash on Highway 238 about three miles southwest of Jacksonville. Preliminary investigation indicates the 58-year old Medford man may have had a medical problem prior to driving off the highway and colliding into a large treeRead Full Article
Salem-News.com (Apr-06-2010 00:03)
Medford Man Struck on FreewaySalem-News.com
Oregon State Police hope to hear from anyone who witnessed the crash.
(MEDFORD, Ore.) -
Police say a Medford area man suffered critical injuries as he was attempting to cross I-5 and was hit by a northbound passenger car.
Salem-News.com (Feb-23-2010 11:57)
AAA Says Gas, Crude Prices Are Moving UpSalem-News.com
Retail gas prices are on the rise this week. The national average for regular unleaded jumps a nickel to $2.66, and Oregon's average gains two cents to $2.75.
(PORTLAND, Ore.) -
Retail gas prices are on the rise this week, according to Oregon AAA. The national average for regular unleaded jumps a nickel to $2.66, and Oregon's average gains two cents to $2.75.
Salem-News.com (Jan-11-2010 00:28)
Trucker Escapes Serious Injury After Being Pinned Inside Overturned SemiSalem-News.com
Police say it happened north of Medford on Interstate-5.
(MEDFORD, Ore.) -
Despite having a leg pinned inside an overturned commercial truck for about one hour, a commercial truck driver was not seriously injured Sunday after his truck overturned on Interstate 5.
Salem-News.com (Jan-10-2010 14:40)
Medford Chief Uses Public Funds to Fight Oregon`s Medical Marijuana LawAllan Erickson Salem-News.com
Ignorance is a powerful weapon.
(EUGENE, Ore.) -
Medford Police Chief Randy Schoen has some explaining to do. The chief used the city's Neighborhood Watch Bulletin to go on a rant against medical cannabis and Oregon's OMMP (Oregon Medical Marijuana Program).