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Oregon court certifies driver card ballot title
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) â Oregon's Supreme Court has upheld the title and summary for a referendum to restore driving privileges for people who can't prove they're legally in the United States. The court last week certified the ballot title written by Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum. ...
April 19 2014
Search halts for buyer of hospital North Campus site
Oregon
The search for a developer willing to buy the 47-acre Oregon State Hospital North Campus in Salem has come to a halt.
April 18 2014
Crash injures 2, closes Cordon Road NE
Oregon
A two-vehicle crash on the eastern edge of Salem on Thursday sent two people to the hospital with serious injuries, the Marion County Sheriff's Office said.
April 18 2014
Salem man gets life term for killing Russian wife
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) -- A 46-year-old man was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison for the shooting death of his wife, a Russian he met online and brought to Oregon. David Paul Eaton pleaded guilty last month in Marion County Circuit Court to the murder of his 31-year-old wife, Elena Nikolaevna Lobodina Eaton. He shot her in 2012 at their home in Salem during an argument over their pending divorce ...
April 07 2014
State trooper injured, son killed in Oregon crash
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - Authorities say the son of an Oregon State Police trooper died and his father was seriously injured in a head-on crash along Highway 22 in Polk County. State police say preliminary information shows 18-year-old Cayden Fitch of Lincoln City was driving eastbound in a Ford Ranger pickup Friday night when he collided with an SUV after pulling into the westbound lane to pass a ...
April 06 2014
Update: Psychiatric Patient Missing
Oregon
UPDATE — Police say they found personal property belonging to Gregory Page at a Corvallis Safeway store on Sunday. Police still haven’t located Page. SALEM, Ore. — Police are searching for a man they say went missing from the Oregon State Hospital Saturday morning. Hospital employees say 60-year-old Gregory Page is a psychiatric patient at … Continue reading »
March 31 2014
Missing Oregon State Hospital patient found
Oregon
Police say a 60-year-old patient missing from the Oregon State Hospital in Salem has been found in Corvallis.
March 31 2014
Woman pleads not guilty to drug charges related to West Salem death investigation
Oregon
A woman accused of selling heroin to a man who died of an apparent overdose early last month entered not guilty pleas to drug charges in Marion County court Thursday.
March 24 2014
Two Portland men charged in sexual assault of woman in Salem
Oregon
Two Portland men accused by Salem Police of abducting a woman and sexually assaulting her were arraigned in Marion County Circuit Court Wednesday.
March 24 2014
Former official involved with Cover Oregon may sue
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - A former state technology manager involved in building the software behind Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange notified the state Monday that she may file a lawsuit for defamation and wrongful termination. Carolyn Lawson, the former chief information for the Oregon Health Authority, alleges that ...
March 22 2014
Former Cover Oregon official may sue
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - A former state technology manager involved in building the software behind Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange notified the state Monday that she may file a lawsuit for defamation and wrongful termination. Carolyn Lawson, the former chief information for the Oregon Health Authority, alleges that she was asked to resign in December because she objected to making public ...
March 22 2014
State reverses itself, decides it won't release results of Salem cancer study
Oregon
In a reversal, the Oregon Health Authority now says it won't release the results of a statewide analysis of bone cancer cases.
March 21 2014
State, contractor faulted for Cover Oregon fiasco
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) â An independent review of Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange has found that a breakdown of management, an overly ambitious scope, and low quality of work by technology contractor Oracle Corp. are some of the reasons for Cover Oregon's failed launch. ...
March 20 2014
Oregon dismays medical pot shops with munchies ban
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) â Hash brownies, space cakes and other pot-laced munchies won't be among the items allowed at Oregon medical marijuana dispensaries, state officials say, and that's drawn criticism from pot shop advocates. The Oregon Health Authority released draft rules late Wednesday for medical pot dispensaries to follow when they open as early as next week under a new law. ...
March 20 2014
Oregon agency releases report on child bone cancer
Idaho
SALEM, Ore. (AP) â A state analysis shows Oregon has a high rate of a childhood bone cancer that has caused worry in a West Salem neighborhood where five children were diagnosed with the disease and three died. The analysis done by the Oregon Health Authority shows Oregon and Utah second in the nation, behind Idaho, in the rate of childhood osteosarcoma over a five-year span. ...
March 20 2014
State won't release Salem child bone cancer study
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) â In a reversal, the Oregon Health Authority now says it won't release the results of a statewide analysis of bone cancer cases. The authority says releasing the study would violate federal privacy laws that prohibit the release of individually identifiable health information. ...
March 19 2014
Keeping Lebanon veterans close to home
Lebanon, oregon
The Edward C. Allworth Veterans Home, which is set to be completed in August, will be operated by Salem-based Westcare Management, Inc.
March 18 2014
Marion County Commissioner Patti Milne announces bid for state Senate seat
Oregon
Marion County Commissioner Patti Milne announced Tuesday she wants to to run against Senate President Peter Courtney, D-Salem, in 2014.
March 13 2014
Ore. Leg. to meet Knight challenge for OHSU
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - The Oregon Legislature moved late Thursday to give Oregon Health & Science University all of the $200 million it requested for cancer research facilities. The OHSU money was included in six budget bills approved in the Ways and Means Committee as lawmakers raced to adjourn the five-week legislative session. The House and Senate are scheduled to take them up, along with a few ...
March 10 2014
Cover Oregon to seek more flexibility, time
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - Oregon will ask the federal government for permission to give Oregonians more time to comply with the Affordable Care Act because of delays with the state's online health insurance exchange. The Senate approved a bill Thursday ordering Cover Oregon to seek a one-month extension ...
March 09 2014
Oregon Legislature approves budget, adjourns
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - The state Legislature voted Friday to approve funding for cancer research facilities at Oregon Health & Science University, got the budget back in balance and then adjourned the 2014 session. The Senate voted to let local governments temporarily ban medical marijuana stores, sending the ...
March 09 2014
OHSU on track to get $200 million cancer request
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) â The Oregon Legislature's budget committee has approved more than $200 million in debt to build cancer research facilities for Oregon Health & Science University. The OHSU money was included in one of six budget bills approved Thursday night in the Ways and Means Committee, setting up votes in the full House and Senate on Friday. ...
March 07 2014
Judge hears case of girl headed to Mexico
Oregon
SALEM -- The case of a six-year old Oregon girl being sent to Mexico to live with her father went back to court Thursday. A Marion County judge is considering the case in a closed-door hearing that also involves the social workers. The girl is currently in foster care because of her mother's ongoing drug addiction. The state of Oregon plans to send her to Mexico , to be reunited with her ...
March 07 2014
Judge approves DHS decision to send girl, 6, to Mexico
Oregon
SALEM -- A Marion County judge Thursday approved the juvenile court's decision to send a 6-year-old Salem girl to live with her ex-con father in Mexico. The girl is currently in foster care because of her mother's ongoing drug addiction. The state of Oregon plans to send her to Mexico , to be reunited with her biological father. Alfonso Pantoja-Samano served prison time in Oregon for assault ...
March 07 2014
Oregon lawmakers talk budget as adjournment nears
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - The Oregon Legislature pushed Thursday to tie up loose ends as lawmakers prepare to adjourn the five-week legislative session as soon as Friday. The biggest outstanding issue is the budget, including Oregon Health & Science University's request for the state to fund cancer research ...
March 06 2014
Sen. Jackie Winters taken to hospital for observation
Oregon
Sen. Jackie Winters, longtime lawmaker from the Salem area, was taken by ambulance to Salem Hospital for observation Tuesday afternoon after feeling faint in the Senate wing elevator.
March 04 2014
Ore. sheriffs ask relief with inmate health care
Salem, Oregon
Oregonians who get arrested and go to jail lose their health insurance benefits, and counties start picking up the cost of their medical care.
March 03 2014
Sen. Winters doing fine following hospital visit
Oregon
Sen. Jackie Winters, the longtime lawmaker from the Salem area, was taken by ambulance to Salem Hospital for observation Tuesday afternoon after feeling faint in the Senate wing elevator.
March 01 2014
Dump truck driver cited for DUII after jackknife crash
Oregon
A Salem man was taken to the hospital and later cited for DUII after jackknifing a dump truck hauling a trailer loaded with gravel.
February 28 2014
City Club sets forum on health care delivery
Oregon
A Salem City Club panel will discuss Oregon's coordinated-care organizations, which are reshaping care for most of the 600,000 low-income recipients on the Oregon Health Plan.
February 26 2014
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