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Erotic Art Charles Manson Follower Parole Hearing Postponed
Salem, Oregon
Charles Manson has been serving time for his involvement with the brutal murders of several people in 1969 — but so have his cult followers. Today, almost all of them are senior citizens, and the only one of the group that ever receives much notoriety in the press is Charles Manson. In particular, Charles Manson’s Erotic Art Charles Manson Follower Parole Hearing Postponed is an article from ...
February 28 2015
A Dartmouth teenager has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the stabbing death of Daniel Pel
Salem, Oregon
OTTAWA — Canada’s military and veterans watchdogs are urging the Senate to fix a bill intended to give ex-soldiers first crack at federal civil service jobs. Gary Walbourne, the Canadian Forces ombudsman, and veterans ombudsman Guy Parent say...
February 26 2015
Retired Salem judge has conducted 5,000 weddings
Salem, Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - It's been a long time since Richard Barber sentenced a criminal for robbery, assault or murder, but the retired Marion County circuit judge keeps active in one area of a jurist's duty. Barber - by his own count - officiated his 5,000th wedding this month. Over ...
February 26 2015
Subpoenas arrive as Oregon governor announces departure - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - Just hours after Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber announced he decision to resign, a subpoena arrived in a state office building confirming that federal agents are looking into the influence-peddling scandal that led to the abrupt end of a four-decade political career.
February 15 2015
Wes Cooley, C.O. congressman ensnared in scandal, dies at 82
Former U.S. congressman Wes Cooley, a Republican rancher from Alfalfa whose fast rise to Salem and Capitol Hill ended when he became embroiled in scandals in the 1990s, has died at a Bend hospital, his wife said. He was 82.
February 09 2015
New Transitional Care Building in Salem Provides Seniors with Short-Term Nursing and Rehabilitation
The Avamere Family of Companies opened the doors to the newly constructed Salem Transitional Care. (PRWeb December 15, 2014) Read the full story at
January 14 2015
Conspiracy theories raised in Gable appeal
The 1989 murder of the Oregon Department of Corrections Director Michael Francke is the state’s version of the Kennedy assassination. Since the case officially was closed with the conviction of petty Salem criminal Frank Gable in 1991, the number of alternative suspects and conspiracy theories has multiplied. Although a ...
December 18 2014
Lawyer for player accused of murder confirms altercation
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - The attorney for a football player charged with killing a 66-year-old Oregon man last month says his client had an altercation with the man, but didn't commit murder. Willamette University wide receiver Beau Smith, who turned 22 last week, has not entered a plea ...
December 11 2014
OSP Detective Dave Steele's mishandling of white supremacist murder case shakes faith in justic
The damage caused by a corrupt Oregon State Police detective who investigated one of America's bloodiest multistate runs of neo-Nazi violence might never be fully known.  But on Friday in a Salem courtroom, a prosecutor who pored through a piece of Dave...
December 06 2014
OSP Detective Dave Steele, accused of mishandling evidence in neo-Nazi murder case, faces judge Fri
Oregon State Police Detective Dave Steele is scheduled to appear before a Marion County Circuit Judge in Salem at 11 a.m. Friday, where he is expected to plead guilty to forgery and official misconduct.
December 05 2014
McCabe ordered to state hospital for mental exam
NEWPORT — Yaquina Bay Bridge murder suspect Jillian McCabe will be transported to Oregon State Hospital in Salem to undergo mental health evaluations.
December 02 2014
Roseville Star Student-Athlete Arrested in Oregon for Murder
ROSEVILLE - A former football and baseball star at Roseville High School was arraigned Thursday on a murder charge in Salem, Oregon. 22-year-old Beau Smith, who is a senior at Willamette University and a member of the football team there, is being held without bail and is accused of killing 66 year old Michael Hampshire. […]
November 14 2014
Oregon Supreme Court Hears OHSU Lawsuit
SALEM, Ore. — A 5-year old Klamath Falls boy could change the way public agencies are held accountable for their actions. The Oregon Supreme Court is hearing the case of Tyson Horton, the victim of a case of medical negligence. OHSU is willing to pay for the problems caused by a bad surgery on that … Continue reading »
November 07 2014
Supreme Court Upholds Death Sentence
SALEM, Ore. — The Oregon Supreme Court upheld the death sentence of a Eugene woman who tortured and killed her own daughter. Angela Mcanulty pleaded guilty to the murder of her 15-year old daughter on the day her trial was meant to start in 2011. She’s now the only woman on Oregon’s death row. Since … Continue reading »
October 31 2014
Court says Oregon woman to remain on death row
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — The Oregon Supreme Court upheld the death sentence of a Eugene woman who tortured and killed her 15-year-old daughter. Angela McAnulty pleaded guilty to aggravated murder on the day her trial was set to begin in 2011. She's the only woman on Oregon's death row. ...
October 30 2014
Rapist and murderer Conrad Engweiler released 16 years early
Salem, Oregon
Conrad Engweiler, convicted of the 1990 aggravated murder and rape of 15-year-old Erin Reynolds, was released from prison 16 years ahead of schedule on Thursday.
October 27 2014
Federal Public Defender Files Motion to Free Frank Gable in Michael Francke Murder
The Oregon federal public defender 's office today sought to re-open what is perhaps the state's most highly-publicized murder of the past three decades. On Jan. 17, 1989, the then-Director of the Oregon Department of Corrections, Michael Francke, was stabbed to death outside his office in Salem. The case was an immediate and long-lasting media sensation. No murder weapon was ever found and the ...
October 21 2014
State board OKs accused cop killer's move to residential facility
Salem, Oregon
The woman investigators say shot and killed a Eugene Police officer in 2011 and was later deemed mentally unfit to stand trial can move from the Oregon State Hospital to a less secure residential facility once space is available, a state board said.
October 10 2014
Avamere Family of Companies to Host an Open House for New Salem Transitional Care Building
Open House Ceremony will be Held on Monday, September 29th from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM (PRWeb September 26, 2014) Read the full story at
October 06 2014
State budgets $2 million for Cover Oregon lawsuit
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - Oregon has budgeted $2 million for its legal fight with software giant Oracle over the state's failed health care exchange website. The state sued the Redwood City, California, company in Marion County Circuit Court last month, claiming that Oracle officials lied, breached contracts and ...
October 06 2014
Federal rule challenges Oregon home care system
Ashland, oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — State officials say a change in federal rules will likely force a major overhaul of Oregon's groundbreaking system for providing publicly funded caregivers to the elderly and disabled. Rules adopted last year extend minimum wage and overtime requirements to 20,000 home care workers paid through the state's Medicaid program. ...
October 01 2014
Many schools at risk in major earthquake
SALEM, Ore. (AP) -- Oregon state Senate President Peter Courtney of Salem says he'll make a funding proposal Tuesday to help schools upgrade to withstand a major earthquake.    It would increase bond funding for school district grants.    The Statesman Journal reports a 2007 study found more than 1,000 Oregon school buildings were found to have a high risk of collapse during a major earthquake ...
September 15 2014
Oregon bans medical marijuana cards for owners of child-care centres
Salem, oregon
SALEM, Ore. – Home-based day care centres are no places for medical pot, Oregon has decided. That decision on Wednesday by a state board was prompted by revelations that the owners of at least five home-based day care centres had medical marijuana cards and were allowed to use the drug on the premises. One centre Read the Rest of the Entry
August 30 2014
Oregon bans medical pot for day-care providers
Salem, oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Home-based day care centers are no places for medical pot, Oregon has decided.
August 30 2014
OBAMACARE FIGHT Oracle sues Oregon over health insurance exchange
Salem, oregon
Nevada family reportedly faces $1.2M in bills over ObamaCare typo SEN. MARCO RUBIO: Congress must act to block health insurance bailout
August 30 2014
Ore. sues Oracle over failed health care Web site
Salem, oregon
SALEM, Ore. — Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum says she’s filed a lawsuit against Oracle Corp. and several of its executives over the technology company’s role in the state’s troubled health insurance exchange.
August 30 2014
Oracle, CFO Catz Accused by Oregon of Fraud, Racketeering
Salem, oregon
Oracle Corp. (ORCL) tricked Oregon into signing $240 million worth of contracts for products and services to develop a health-care exchange that has never worked, state officials said in a $2 billion lawsuit accusing the software company of fraud and racketeering.
August 30 2014
Oregon sues Oracle Corp. over state's troubled Cover Oregon health insurance exchange
Salem, oregon
SALEM, Ore. - The state of Oregon filed a lawsuit Friday against Oracle Corp. and several of its executives over the technology company's role in creating the troubled website for the state's online health ...
August 30 2014
Oregon sues tech firm Oracle over failed health care website
Salem, oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) —  Oregon  Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum says she's filed a lawsuit against Oracle Corp. and several of its executives over the technology company's role in the state's troubled health insurance exchange. The lawsuit filed Friday in Marion County Circuit Court seeks more than $200 million in damages. It alleges ...
August 30 2014
Oregon sues Oracle over failed website
Salem, oregon
Oregon filed its long-anticipated lawsuit against Oracle America and the company's top executives, blaming them for the state's non-functioning health insurance exchange and saying they lied, breached contracts and engaged in "a pattern of racketeering activity."
August 30 2014
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