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Salem-News.com (Jun-12-2014 13:18)
Oregon State Police Searching for Missing Utah ManSalem-News.com
UPDATE: Larry W. Hutcherson has been found safe with family in Washington State.
(PORTLAND, Ore. ) -
Oregon State Police and West Jordan, Utah Police Department are asking the public's help to locate missing 35-year old male believed endangered who may be traveling in Oregon, possibly westbound on Interstate 84.
Salem-News.com (May-06-2014 12:32)
Marines Converge on SLC in May, Telling Hard, Real Stories About Deadly Marine Base ContaminationAaron Davis for Salem-News.com
Camp Lejeune Marine veterans continue to have their claims for compensation rejected at an 84% rate. 82 that were stationed at CLNC have been diagnosed with breast cancer.
(SALT LAKE CITY) -
The movie "Semper Fi, Always Faithful" will be shown in the downtown Salt Lake City Library May 17, 2014 at 2:30 p.m.
Salem-News.com (Aug-31-2012 13:24)
KSL NBC Censors Gay Families Banning Show `The New Normal`Angela McCarthy Special to Salem-News.com
KSL needs to broadcast The New Normal at NBC's scheduled time and on NBC (channel 5).
(SALT LAKE CITY) - We live in a country where our personal freedoms are supposed to be valued. The local NBC affiliate in Utah, KSL, is trying to ban a TV show that starts this fall called The New Normal.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Jun-28-2012 13:23)
No End in Sight to Colorado Fire WeatherAlex Sosnowski Special to Salem-News.com
The air over the region is much too dry to allow the rain falling at cloud level in the storm to reach the ground.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Jun-27-2012 13:44)
Gusty Storms Threaten Massive Colorado WildfireBill Deger for Salem-News.com
More than 32,000 people have been ordered to evacuate across El Paso county, Colo., including nearly 10,000 in the city limits of Colorado Springs.
(STATE COLLEGE, PA Accuweather.com) - A large and growing wildfire burning out of control near Colorado Springs, Colo., has destroyed numerous homes and forced the evacuation of tens of thousands of people on Tuesday.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Jan-12-2012 10:31)
Police Marijuana Raid Turns Deadly; Prosecutor Seeks to Employ NDAA?Tim King Salem-News.com
"There is no time frame or deadline for filing charges" - Weber County Attorney Dee Smith
The police invasion of a private home leaves a law enforcement officer dead and a U.S. veteran facing the death penalty.
Salem-News.com (Dec-24-2011 11:50)
Legal Challenges to State Immigration Laws MountSalem-News.com
“This challenge is necessary to send a message to anti-immigrant groups that their efforts to pass Arizona-style legislation in the Midwest are not welcome and will be resisted” - Alonzo Rivas, MALDEF Midwest Regional Counsel
(LAS CRUCES, N.M.) -
Mexico has joined with 13 other Latin American nations in supporting Washington’s legal fight over the Utah immigration law.
Salem-News.com (Jun-17-2010 15:04)
Scott McAlister: Child Porn-Related Conviction and Practicing LawTim King Salem-News.com
Meet Scott McAlister, a man who very well may know who really killed Michael Francke. Part 1 in a special Exposé on corruption in Oregon prisons.
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Oregon's number two law official in 1989 was Assistant Attorney General Scott McAlister. He was later convicted of a crime related to possessing child pornography and yet is still a practicing attorney, in Tempe, Arizona. Pretty crazy isn't it?
Salem-News.com (Nov-11-2009 15:14)
Mormon Church Supports Nondiscrimination Ordinances for Gay PeopleSalem-News.com
In a surprise turnabout move, the Church of Latter Day Saints now backs gay rights.
(SALT LAKE CITY) -
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has declared its support of nondiscrimination regulations that would extend protection in matters of housing and employment in Salt Lake City to those with same-sex attraction.
Salem-News.com (Sep-23-2009 13:07)
Ron Noble Talks About Recovery of Murder Victim Brooke Wilberger (VIDEO)Tim King Salem-News.com
The former Corvallis Police Lieutenant says he is relieved by the recovery of Brooke's remains, calling it bittersweet news.
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McMinnville Police Chief Ron Noble was a Corvallis Police Lieutenant when Brooke Wilberger disappeared in May 2004. Her remains were recovered in recent days after a confession from her killer, Joel Courtney. He avoided a death sentence by revealing the location of her remains.