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Keep America`s Families Together

An Oregon woman launches a petition drive over what she calls injustice and danger, in Oregon's child protective services agency.

(ROSEBURG, Ore.) - Small child in Oregon state foster care Child Protective Services is supposed to help our nations’ children, to protect them from harmful situations. How can an agency that began with such good intentions turn into yet another device to fulfill the monetary greed of its hired extortionists?

Unfortunate as it is, Child Welfare is a system that our nation really does need. In my opinion it is in dire need of great repair. I know, because I am currently involved in one of their charades that they like to call an investigation.

Read Full Article (May-22-2009 14:17)

In Tough Times, Wage Security Fund Protects Displaced Oregon Workers

After Roseburg Company Closes Without Means to Pay Almost 100 Workers, State Wage Security Fund Provides Nearly $100,000 to Guarantee Final Paycheck.

(ROSEBURG, Ore.) - One of the models offered by North River Boats In April, Roseburg-based North River Boats closed its doors without the means to deliver nearly 100 workers a final paycheck.

Read Full Article (May-20-2009 12:58)

OSP Springfield Trooper Selected as 2008 `Trooper of the Year`

Boyd joined OSP in September 2004.

(SPRINGFIELD, Ore.) - 2009 OS Trooper of the Year A Springfield-area Oregon State Police (OSP) Fish & Wildlife Division trooper known for having "an outstanding ability to place himself in the right place at the right time" received the division's 2008 "Fish & Wildlife Division Officer of the Year" award.

Trooper Marc Boyd, age 44, was presented the award by Captain Walt Markee, OSP Fish & Wildlife Division director, and Sergeant Tom Hulett during a presentation at the OSP Springfield Area Command office.

Read Full Article (May-20-2009 12:41)

Man Dies in Single Car Crash in Southern Oregon

Police say the vehicle rolled and became airborne before crashing.

(ROSEBURG, Ore.) - Fatal crash near Roseburg, Oregon 5-20-09 State troopers are investigating a single vehicle fatal crash that resulted in the death of a Roseburg-area man Tuesday night, who was ejected from his out-of-control car northbound on Interstate 5 about seven miles south of Cottage Grove.

It happened at approximately 8:17 p.m. police say, when a 2000 Hyundai two-door driven by 32-year old Jason Winchell Gerkin of Roseburg, was northbound on Interstate 5 near milepost 167.

Read Full Article (Apr-26-2009 02:32)

Man Arrested for Shooting at Motorists & Attempted Car Theft

Police say the man crashed, shot at cars, tried to steal one on the freeway, and then from a car dealership where he was arrested.

(ROSEBURG, Ore.) - Police say a Myrtle Creek-area man was arrested Saturday following a series of events starting with a single vehicle crash on Interstate 5 north of Myrtle Creek, shots fired at passing vehicles, and then an attempt to take a car from an auto dealership in Roseburg. There were no injuries.

Oregon State Police Sergeant Bill Fugate says Saturday at approximately 10:00 a.m., 32-year old Gregory Scott Vandenbos of Myrtle Creek, was involved in a non-injury single vehicle crash northbound Interstate 5 near milepost 111.

Read Full Article (Mar-30-2009 10:27)

Four Springfield Residents Nabbed for Illegal Killing of 3 Elk

OSP Fish & Wildlife troopers cite hunters Northwest of Roseburg.

(ROSEBURG, Ore.) - Senior Trooper Frerichs at location of concealed dead elk courtesy: Oregon State Police Oregon State Police (OSP) Fish & Wildlife Division troopers cited three men and a juvenile male all from Springfield on Saturday afternoon when a field contact led to the discovery of three illegally killed cow elk northwest of Roseburg.

On March 28th 2009 at approximately 3:00 p.m. OSP Senior Troopers Wayne Merritt and Don Frerichs were patrolling the Bateman Ridge area near Tyee about 20 miles northwest of Roseburg.

Read Full Article (Feb-26-2009 22:30)

FBI Looks for Help in Identifying `Wrangler Bandit` (PHOTOS)

FBI Investigators believe this may be the same woman who robbed the Washington Federal Savings Bank on September 2nd, 2008, in Lincoln City.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Photos of the bank robbery suspect The FBI is releasing photos of a female bank robber and the car she was believed to be driving in the hope that the public can help identify her.

Read Full Article (Dec-07-2008 13:36)

Southern Oregon Cops Help Kids at Christmas

Douglas County-area kids "Shop with a Cop" in Roseburg.

(ROSEBURG, Ore.) - Douglas County, Oregon law enforcement officers who participated in this year's Several Douglas County area law enforcement officers and Kmart associates helped to brighten the upcoming holiday season for many children Saturday morning participating in the area's annual "Shop with a Cop".

Saturday, from 8:45 AM to 11:00 AM, Oregon State Police troopers along with members from Roseburg Police Department, Douglas County Sheriff's Office, Myrtle Creek Police Department, and Winston Police Department helped children shop for special gifts at the Roseburg Kmart store.

According to Douglas County Deputy Dwes Hutson, children were paired with a law enforcement officer and given a $30.00 gift card to buy presents for their family.

Read Full Article (May-17-2008 13:19)

In Roseburg, Obama Focuses on Health Care

Thousands of Oregonians attended the town hall to hear Obama's message of uniting Americans and bringing real change to Washington.

(ROSEBURG, Ore.) - Sen. Barack Obama drew a stark contrast with Sen. John McCain on health care policy at a town hall meeting in Roseburg today, where he also shared his plan to unite America and fix our broken health care system.

Obama has a proven record of making health care more accessible to working families, while Obama said McCain offers four more years of George Bush's failed health-care policies.

Read Full Article (May-07-2008 16:24)

Police Investigate Man`s Death Near Roseburg

The man's wife and his mother, an 84-year old passenger in the car, were injured. All were using safety restraints.

(ROSEBURG, Ore.) - Police say a Roseburg man died at an area hospital Tuesday night when he apparently suffered a medical problem while driving on Interstate 5 south of Roseburg. The man's wife was able to stop the vehicle after it collided with a guardrail.

The 1992 Cadillac Deville driven by 68-year old Ralph Phelps of Roseburg, was northbound on Interstate 5 near milepost 116 when he became unresponsive from a possible medical problem.

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